12
SAME OLD STORY
Once again, Miami's football team was just a little bit better than Florida State's when it came to crunch time
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

18
CAUGHT IN THE DRAFT
When baseball's latest expansion teams, the Marlins and the Rockies, meet to pick players, it may go something like this
BY TIM KURKJIAN AND STEVE RUSHIN

26
THE PHILADELPHIA STORY
In a matchup of previously undefeated NFC powerhouses, the Eagles flew past the Cowboys by a score of 31-7
BY PAUL ZIMMERMAN

30
QUICK PAYOFF
Newly signed Keith Jackson gave the Dolphins instant bang for their buck in a 37-10 upset of the Bills
BY ED HINTON

NHL PREVIEW '92-93

34
WHAT'S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?
Two of the NHL's stars, Sergei Fedorov and Chris Chelios, are in it, and neither of them is Canadian
BY JON SCHER

40
THE KID FROM KLADNO
By achieving NHL fame, Penguin Jaromir Jagr has realized a dream he had as a youth in Czechoslovakia
BY E.M. SWIFT

46
DETROIT TAKES WING
Blessed with both depth and talent, the Red Wings will soar to their first Stanley Cup title since 1955
BY JON SCHER

66
HERE COMES THE SON
Bengal coach Dave Shula isn't a clone of his famous father, Don, but he aims to reach just as high in the NFL
BY RICHARD HOFFER

DEPARTMENTS

6
LETTERS

9
SCORECARD

54
PRO FOOTBALL

59
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

64
GOLF

78
FOR THE RECORD

80
POINT AFTER

PHOTOJANET KNOTT

Looking Back: Don Zimmer, 61, spent a reflective moment in the Fenway Park scats before Sunday's game, which was both the Boston Red Sox's season finale and the last of Zim's career. He retired after devoting his entire working life—44 years—to baseball as a player, coach and manager.

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