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July 27, 1992
July 27, 1992

Table of Contents
July 27, 1992

Television
British Open
Cincinnati Reds
NFL Quarterbacks
XXV Olympic Summer Games
City Of Stars
Point After

CONTENTS

18
NICK OF TIME
Nick Faldo overcame a two-shot deficit with only four holes to play to win the British Open for the third time
BY JOHN GARRITY

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24
BOWE KNOWS KO'S
Riddick Bowe earned a chance at the heavyweight crown by stopping South Africa's game Pierre Coetzer
BY PAT PUTNAM

26
A RED MENACE ONCE AGAIN
The Cincinnati Reds, who played like chumps last year, are now performing like the champs that they were in '90
BY WILLIAM F. REED

30
QB OR NOT QB?
That is the question with a number of pro quarterbacks on the mend—and all of them are coming back
BY PETER KING

42
THE CONSUMMATE OLYMPIAN
Terry Schroeder, who is the captain of the U.S. water polo team, embodies the ideal of the amateur athlete
BY KENNY MOORE

46
LORD GYM
It has been 11 years since Bela Karolyi defected to become the undisputed sovereign of U.S. women's gymnastics
BY RICHARD O'BRIEN

62
CITY OF STARS
Mark Rypien, Ryne Sandberg and John Stockton grew up within a few miles of one another in Spokane
BY STEVE RUSHIN

DEPARTMENTS

4
TELEVISION

11
LETTERS

13
SCORECARD

54
BASEBALL

76
FOR THE RECORD

78
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY PETER READ MILLER

PHOTOPRESSE SPORTSUtterly Amazing: We wouldn't steer you wrong: A bovine did join the bicyclists during last Saturday's 13th stage of the Tour de France. Some tale, but no bull.