20
ZIP! ZIP! ZIP!
The surprisingly strong-armed Boston Red Sox blanked the Toronto Blue Jays in three straight games
BY STEVE WULF

COLLEGE FOOTBALL '90

26
ONE IS MORE LIKE IT
Want to know how to make the college game better in almost every way? Easy. Just return to one-platoon football
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

38
SPIRIT
It's a grand old feeling, that flow of adrenaline that comes with the fervor of a college football weekend

48
THE MINEFIELD
For USC quarterback Todd Marinovich, fame and talent may not be enough to see him safely through the season
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

60
SCOUTING REPORTS
Amid major changes, one thing will remain constant: the preeminence of the Hurricanes and the Irish

103
TREASURE HUNT
The game's talent pool is remarkably deep, and the scouts from the NFL know exactly where to go prospecting
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

114
SMART BALL
You think quarterbacks and tackles can't be rocket scientists? They can at the brainpower schools in Division III
BY GEOFFREY NORMAN

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER READ MILLER

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

15
SCORECARD

24
LITTLE LEAGUE

25
GOLF

126
BASEBALL

137
FOR THE RECORD

138
POINT AFTER

PHOTOKENNETH JARECKE/CONTACTPUT IT THERE, BUBBA: Bubba Quick, 4, son of University of Chicago football coach Greg Quick, lays it on the line at a team practice (page 114).

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