CONTENTS

September 20, 1992

10
SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST
In a U.S. Open that went on and on and on, Stefan Edberg and Monica Seles persevered once again
BY SALLY JENKINS

16
NFL '92: WEEK 2

The Bills and the 49ers rang up 1,086 total yards as Buffalo finally proved it can handle an NFC powerhouse
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

The defending-champion Redskins got on the right track by defeating the Falcons to avoid an 0-2 start
BY RICK TELANDER

The Giants have two quarterbacks, too many old players on defense and, as of Sunday, two losses
BY PETER KING

28
FRIENDLY FIRE
Julio Cèsar Chàvez beat up Hector Camacho in a bruising title bout between old acquaintances
BY PAT PUTNAM

30
SLIP SLIDIN' AWAY
A slump at home may have knocked the Orioles out of the race for the American League East title
BY TIM KURKJIAN

36
NOT EXACTLY HOG HEAVEN
Only two weeks into the season, Arkansas already had one depressing defeat and a second head coach
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

40
IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT
Varied talents will give Washington tackle Lincoln Kennedy a lot of roads to follow—after the NFL, that is
BY RICHARD HOFFER

56
PLAYING FOR LAUGHS
Andy Van Slyke, the Pirates' off-center centerfielder, may soon be a clown wearing a batting crown
BY STEVE RUSHIN

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY MANNY MILLAN

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

7
SCORECARD

44
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

48
BASEBALL

50
PRO FOOTBALL

54
GOLF

66
FOR THE RECORD

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POINT AFTER

PHOTOTOM LYNN/THE MILWAUKEE JOURNALGive That Man a Hand: Robin Yount's Milwaukee Brewer teammates hoisted him to their shoulders and then gave him extra-high fives in celebration of his becoming the 17th major leaguer to get 3,000 career hits (page 48).

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)