32
FIRE AND FURY
Mike Tyson's comeback took a big step forward with a raging first-round knockout of Alex Stewart
BY PAT PUTNAM

38
MORE THAN A WIN
For Allegheny College, winning the Division III football title over Lycoming wasn't what mattered most
BY DOUGLAS S. LOONEY

40
HELPING HANDS
The Chicago Bulls try, again, to ease Michael Jordan's load. Have they found the right formula this time?
BY JACK McCALLUM

46
WHAT PRICE SUCCESS?
Baseball's winter meetings produced a stunning spending splurge that could endanger the game
BY TIM KURKJIAN

54
CAROLINA KIDS
The Tar Heels' freshman basketball players—a whole quintet of them—are in a class all by themselves
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

62
A TALL STORY
Manute Bol, the Philadelphia Sixers' 7'7" Sudanese center. views life from his own unique perspective
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

74
PRIMA DONNA
Women's athletic director Donna Lopiano has taken the bull firmly by the horns at the University of Texas
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

85
IT'S SHOWTIME
Smack-talking, duck-walking, pass-catching Andre Rison of the Falcons is a smash hit in Atlanta
BY JILL LIEBER

102
LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS
As the slaughter of wildlife continues across Africa, two Americans fight to save the animals in Zambia
BY MARYANNE VOLLERS

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

27
SCORECARD

92
COLLEGE BASKETBALL

96
PRO FOOTBALL

123
FOR THE RECORD

126
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN BIEVER

PHOTOBILL CAMPBELLOH, GIVE ME A HOME...: ...where the cape buffalo roam. That's what Mark Owens got—along with elephants, lions and other beasties—when he and wife Delia founded a Zambian wildlife preserve, which Mark oversees in his trusty Cessna (page 102).
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)