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Nov. 30, 1992
Nov. 30, 1992

Table of Contents
Nov. 30, 1992

Perspective
Environment
Boxing
Shaq
Miami-Syracuse
Mystery
  • After a massive sea and air search, the 60-foot racing sloop Coyote, was found capsized in the North Atlantic, but the fate of her skipper, round the world sailor Michael Plant, was still unknown

L.A. Kings
Cortez Kennedy
Riddick Bowe
Tennis
Sports Fanatics
First Person
Design
Football
Point After

CONTENTS

18
PRINCE OF THE CITY
Sensational NBA rookie center Shaquille O'Neal traveled to New York, where he battled with Patrick Ewing
BY JACK McCALLUM

This is an article from the Nov. 30, 1992 issue Original Layout

26
CLOSE ENCOUNTER
Miami remained the No. 1-ranked college football team by hanging on for a narrow victory against Syracuse
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

34
MYSTERY AT SEA
Michael Plant's 60-foot racing sloop was found capsized in the Atlantic, but his fate was still unknown
BY E.M. SWIFT

43
KINGS AGAIN
No Gretzky? No problem. Rookie coach Barry Melrose and a revived Jari Kurri have L.A. winning
BY JON SCHER

48
JUST WARMING UP
Seattle's Cortez Kennedy has followed the late Jerome Brown as the NFL's foremost defensive tackle
BY JILL LIEBER

54
THE FAMILY MAN
Heavyweight champ Riddick Bowe fancies himself a humorist, but his nickname is not a joke: Big Daddy
BY STEVE HYMON

76
OUT OF BOUNDS
There are sports nuts, and there are wackos who have crossed the boundary between fan and fanatic
BY FRANZ LIDZ

DEPARTMENTS

7
LETTERS

9
FACES IN THE CROWD

13
SCORECARD

60
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

66
PRO FOOTBALL

70
TENNIS

72
BASEBALL

86
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY MANNY MILLAN

PHOTOMIKE TEEGARDEN/DAILY NEWS

Snowball

Washington State, whose C.J. Davis is shown here being driven out of bounds by Washington's Shane Pahukoa (21), plowed to a 42-23 upset victory in this flakiest of rivalries.