12
OUT OF THE RUBBLE
In a belated home opener, the Dolphins gave Miami fans respite from the woes of Hurricane Andrew
BY ED HINTON

18
DODGER BLUES
There is no joy in Los Angeles as manager Tom Lasorda's inept cellar dwellers stagger to the season's end
BY RON FIMRITE

22
FLYING HIGH AGAIN
With a 29-14 triumph over Nebraska, national co-champion Washington showed it will be in the chase once more
BY SALLY JENKINS

30
TONY THE TERRIBLE
Tony Mandarich of the Packers, once billed as outrageously talented, is outrageous, but not much of a talent
BY JILL LIEBER

38
WE ARE FAMILY
Marquis Grissom, the majors' top stealer, grew up with 14 siblings. Now he's a member of the Expos' happy clan
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

52
THE SLOW TRACK
Two decades after Title IX outlawed gender discrimination in federally funded schools, equity remains very elusive
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

42
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

47
HORSE RACING

48
PRO FOOTBALL

50
BASEBALL

69
FOR THE RECORD

71
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN BIEVER; INSET BY GREGORY HEISLER

PHOTOAL TIELEMANSHome of the Brave: Military personnel sent to help revive south Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew were among those on hand to salute the flag—and the return of the Dolphins, who began their home season two weeks late with a 26-10 defeat of the Rams (page 12).

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