CONTENTS

October 06, 1991

20
GUMBO YA-YA
In other words, everyone in New Orleans is talking about quarterback Bobby Hebert and the Saints
BY ED HINTON

26
BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS
U.S. golfers defeated a tough European side 14½-13½ to win the Ryder Cup for the first time since 1985
BY JOHN GARRITY

34
RUNNING WILD
Florida State tightened its grip on the No. 1 ranking with a fast and ferocious 51-31 rout of No. 3 Michigan
BY SALLY JENKINS

42
BEATEN LIKE A DRUM
It is even lonelier at the bottom than it is at the top, as the hapless Cleveland Indians can readily attest
BY STEVE RUSHIN

HOCKEY 1991-92

60
GREED, INDEED
In its expansion strategy, as in too many other matters, the NHL has again shown a passion for fool's gold
BY JAY GREENBERG

68
WHY NOT THE RANGERS?
In an era of parity, the New York Rangers—no dynasty they—will actually win their first Stanley Cup in years
BY JAY GREENBERG

78
BLAST FROM THE PAST
Jeremy Roenick, the Chicago Blackhawks' fiery young center, is a throwback to the players of yore
BY E.M. SWIFT

94
A NEW HEAD OF STATE
Auburn football coach Pat Dye is creating a legend that someday may supersede that of Bear Bryant
BY TOM JUNOD

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

13
SCORECARD

84
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

86
PRO FOOTBALL

90
INSIDE DEION

92
BASEBALL

110
FOR THE RECORD

112
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN BIEVER

PHOTOJOHN BIEVERRest for the Weary: Even as the action swirled around him, Saints tackle Stan Brock appeared to take a break during the fourth quarter of 5-0 New Orleans's 27-6 defeat of the Falcons. And Brock deserves all the repose he can get: He is the only member of the 1-15 Saints of 1980 who is still with them in this glorious season (page 20).

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