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CONTENTS

Nov. 12, 1990
Nov. 12, 1990

Table of Contents
Nov. 12, 1990

Nostalgia
Business
Focus
Georgia Tech-Virginia
Reversals Of Fortune
Herschel Walker
NBA In Japan
Glen Sather
Marathon
Stallone
Reminiscence
Point After

CONTENTS

14
REVERSALS OF FORTUNE
On a Saturday of surprises, no team suffered as severely as No. 1 Virginia, which lost to Georgia Tech
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

This is an article from the Nov. 12, 1990 issue

Iowa figured to be a Big Ten also-ran, but it was smelling roses after it waltzed for big yardage at Illinois
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

Colorado saved its best for last, upending previously unbeaten Nebraska with four fourth-quarter TDs
BY SALLY JENKINS

30
'I AM NOT A DOG'
Herschel Walker says critics are barking up the wrong tree when they blame him for the Vikings' ills
BY JILL LIEBER

42
EAST MEETS WEST
The NBA showed how to export a U.S. product to Japan, where the Jazz and the Suns played two games
BY JACK McCALLUM

50
HIS CUPS RUNNETH OVER
Glen Sather loses Wayne Gretzky, so then what happens? His Oilers recover quickly to triumph again
BY JAY GREENBERG

74
ROCKY, THE ARTICLE
As the bell sounds for Round 5 of the Rock opera, Sylvester Stallone dreams of a box-office knockout
BY FRANZ LIDZ

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

58
MARATHON

62
PRO FOOTBALL

69
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

92
FOR THE RECORD

94
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY HEINZ KLUETMEIER

PHOTOANDREW D. BERNSTEIN/NBA PHOTOSRAMBIS YOUTH EAST: When the Suns took the floor in Tokyo for the first of two regular-season games there against the Jazz, they found that the Kurt Rambis look-alike specs that are all the rage in Phoenix have their aficionados in Japan, too (page 42).