CONTENTS

November 11, 1991

74
HOG HEAVEN
With luck on their side, the undefeated Redskins prevailed in a grind-it-out overtime battle with the Oilers
BY RICK TELANDER

80
GALLOPING LIKE A GHOST
Arazi's stunning triumph in the Breeders' Cup evoked fond memories of Secretariat as a 2-year-old
BY WILLIAM NACK

82
OUT OF THEIR LEAGUE
The Southwest Conference had a Texas-sized grin after SEC member-to-be Arkansas lost 9-5 to Baylor
BY SALLY JENKINS

84
THE END MAY BE NIGH
Auburn coach Pat Dye appears to be losing his grip on the Tiger program as allegations of payoffs mount
BY WILLIAM F. REED

1991-92 NBA Preview

90
BREAKS OF THE GAME
Is the fast break an endangered species or just hibernating?
BY JACK McCALLUM

96
A ZONE OF THEIR OWN
The sport NBAers play is a phantasm of speed and power
PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHRIS HAMILTON

106
FOR WHOM THE BULLS TOIL
Bulls coach Phil Jackson kept a firm hold on his champions
BY JACK McCALLUM

122
EYE TO EYE
Chicago and Portland should square off for top NBA honors
BY JACK McCALLUM

130
THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
Reggie Miller of Indiana is becoming a full-blown star
BY HANK HERSCH

148
TRAVELS WITH LARRY
The author got a close-up of the Boston Celtics on the road
BY JACK McCALLUM

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

67
SCORECARD

136
PRO BASKETBALL

140
PRO FOOTBALL

146
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

170
FOR THE RECORD

172
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JEAN MOSS

PHOTO ILLUSTRATIONCHRIS HAMILTONBull Rush: A slow shutter-speed photo captures Chicago's Michael Jordan as he whirls through the Hawks' defense en route to a reverse layup (page 96).

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