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Feb. 04, 1991
Feb. 04, 1991

Table of Contents
Feb. 4, 1991

Super Bowl XXV
Nebraska
Brett Hull
Bobsled
Liston
Point After

CONTENTS

14
HIGH AND MIGHTY
In the best Super Bowl in XXV years, the New York Giants powered past the Buffalo Bills by a single point
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

This is an article from the Feb. 4, 1991 issue Original Layout

30
SUPER...AND SURREAL
For some of the U.S. forces in Saudi Arabia, the NFL's big show provided a welcome respite from the Storm
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

34
A HUSKER SWITCHEROO
Suddenly, basketball is no longer a stepchild at football-mad Nebraska, which ripped Oklahoma 111-99
BY SALLY JENKINS

38
McENROE, PILLAR OF DECORUM
There were tantrums at the Australian Open, but they weren't thrown by up-and-coming Patrick McEnroe
BY RICHARD YALLOP

49
ANOTHER BIG SHOT
Brett Hull of the Blues joined the elite by scoring 50 goals within the first 50 games of a season
BY JAY GREENBERG

52
ICE FOLLIES
Athletes like Edwin Moses are aiding the U.S. Bobsled team, but the sport's governing body isn't
BY E.M. SWIFT

66
O UNLUCKY MAN
Fortune never deigned to smile on Sonny Liston, even when he was heavyweight champion of the world
BY WILLIAM NACK

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY AL TIELEMANS

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

58
PRO BASKETBALL

62
COLLEGE BASKETBALL

83
FOR THE RECORD

86
POINT AFTER

PHOTOJOHN IACONOAN UPRIGHT SALUTE: Just before the start of Super Bowl XXV, a quartet of Air Force jets flew over Tampa Stadium in the missing-wingman formation to honor military personnel serving in the gulf war (page 14).