CONTENTS

October 04, 1992

14
NEW ARMS RACE
The future is right now for a quartet of youthful quarterbacks who are gunning for stardom in the NFL
BY PETER KING

20
THE REDEEM TEAM
Vindication was the theme as the U.S. swept the first three matches to prevail in a Davis Cup tie against Sweden
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

22
A TOUGH NEW D AT BC
A rugged defense that has rung up three consecutive shutouts has surprising Boston College off to a 4-0 start
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

24
THE HITS KEEP COMING
In what may be his last hurrah, the Royals' George Brett continues his pursuit of his landmark 3,000th hit
BY RON FIMRITE

32
TWICE BLESSED
Quarterback Charlie Ward is leading Florida State in its national title chase, and he is an NBA prospect as well
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

36
UNFRIENDLY FIRE
Dottie Mochrie and Danielle Ammaccapane are such bitter LPGA rivals that their matches are real shootouts
BY SONJA STEPTOE

54
CHANGE UP
A rosier outlook on the game—and life—has made the Blue Jays' ace pitcher, Jack Morris, tougher than ever
BY RICHARD HOFFER

76
SMASH HITS
Hollywood's action pix wouldn't be boffo at the box office without the movies' greatest athletes: stuntmen
BY BRUCE NEWMAN

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

60
PRO FOOTBALL

66
BASEBALL

68
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

89
FOR THE RECORD

92
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY RONALD C. MODRA

PHOTODAVID WALBERGMane Man: Andre Agassi stood out, before and during matches, as the U.S. beat Sweden in a Davis Cup tie (page 20).

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)