CONTENTS

November 02, 1992

18
THE WORLD SERIES

Dave Winfield's 11th-inning double ignited a celebration in Toronto's SkyDome and across the True North
BY STEVE RUSHIN

The Blue Jays' stirring world championship victory was the product of good ol' Canadian know-how
BY STEVE WULF

32
THE PATSIES
Each week yet another calamity befalls the New England Patriots, the most troubled of the NFL's franchises
BY LEIGH MONTVILLE

40
LOOK, TOTO!
After their team's victory over Oklahoma, Jayhawk football fans must feel as if they're not in Kansas anymore
BY RICHARD HOFFER

42
BACK TO SCHOOL
Bill Walsh, a teacher at heart, is free to be himself now that he is coaching football at Stanford once more
BY KENNY MOORE

54
THE MASTER
George Benton has a lifetime's worth of boxing wisdom that he imparts to the world's leading fighters
BY TOM JUNOD

74
BORN TO THE BOOTH
Holy cow! The example set by the Carays and—yes!—the Alberts is now followed by other gabby clans
BY STEVE WULF

DEPARTMENTS

4
TELEVISION

7
LETTERS

8
FACES IN THE CROWD

13
SCORECARD

60
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

65
HOCKEY

68
PRO FOOTBALL

88
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY CHUCK SOLOMON

PHOTOGEORGE TIEDEMANNHat Trick: Toronto Blue Jay Dave Winfield, who moments earlier had stood the Atlanta Braves on end by doubling in what would be the deciding runs of the World Series, left his batting helmet in a similar position after he was stranded at second (page 18).

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)