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Table of Contents

Nov. 29, 1993
Nov. 29, 1993

Table of Contents
Nov. 29, 1993

Environment
Viewpoint
Horse Racing
Business
Bicycling
Boston College-Notre Dame
Lions-Packers
Heather Farr
College Basketball 1993-94
World Cup '94
Focus
Pigeon Racing
Point After

Table of Contents

14
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

This is an article from the Nov. 29, 1993 issue

Boston College shocked top-ranked Notre Dame on a wild Saturday
BY WILLIAM F. REED

Feeling overlooked and underrated, West Virginia upset No. 4 Miami
BY AUSTIN MURPHY

22
PACK ON TRACK
Led by Reggie White, resurgent Green Bay battered first-place Detroit
BY HANK HERSCH

30
A BATTLER TO THE END
Heather Farr lost her life to breast cancer, but not without a gallant fight
BY RICHARD HOFFER

College Basketball 1993-94

34
THE SKY'S THE LIMIT
Tar Heel Rasheed Wallace heads a squadron of remarkable first-year big men
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

44
HOME ON THE RANGE
A discouraging word is seldom heard about Oklahoma State's Bryant Reeves
BY STEVE RUSHIN

52
CAN ANYONE STOP THE HEELS?
Defending NCAA champ North Carolina towers over the rest of the field
BY HANK HERSCH

58
THE BEST OF THE REST
One of eight unranked contenders could well have a Cinderella season
BY WILLIAM F. REED

68
A QUEEN AND HER COURT
All-America center Heidi Gillingham reigns supreme for Vanderbilt
BY KELLI ANDERSON

74
SCOUTING REPORTS
The lowdown on the women's Top 10 and the best small college teams

80
PEACEFULLY DONE
In bloody Belfast, World Cup-bound Ireland tied Northern Ireland
BY ALEXANDER WOLFF

DEPARTMENTS

4
LETTERS

9
FACES IN THE CROWD

11
SCORECARD

62
SPORTS PEOPLE

86
PRO FOOTBALL

93
COLLEGE FOOTBALL

96
POINT AFTER

COVER PHOTOGRAPH BY JOE RAYMOND

PHOTOROBERT KOZLOFF/APDown and Out: One week after Notre Dame ascended to No. 1 by felling Florida State, the Irish were brought to earth by a last-second Boston College field goal (page 14).