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CONTENTS

Dec. 05, 1994
Dec. 05, 1994

Table of Contents
Dec. 5, 1994

NFL Plus
Raiders-Steelers
Pro Football
Figure Skating
College Basketball
Curley Hallman
Robert Landers
Lenny Wilkens
Point After

CONTENTS

20 Curtains
Looking fairly Super, the Steelers lowered the boom on the Raiders
by Michael Silver

This is an article from the Dec. 5, 1994 issue

24 Roasted Turkeys
The Dolphins had plenty to be thankful for after burning the Jets with a ruse
by Peter King

28 On with the Show
The hardest act for Nancy Kerrigan to follow, on the ice or off, is her own
by Leigh Montville

36 Cut and Run
The Lions' Barry Sanders has defenses wondering how in the world to stop him
by Ed Hinton

48 Hog Tied Debut
Arkansas was flattened by Massachusetts but rebounded to defeat Georgetown
by Jack McCallum

56 Last Call
With nothing left to lose, Curley Hallman went out a winner as the LSU coach
by William F. Reed

64 Holy Cow, Robert!
Fanner Robert Landers is an improbable Senior PGA Tour qualifier
by Franz Lidz

68 He Has Overcome
The key to Lenny Wilkens, soon to be the NBA's winningest coach, lies deep in his past
by Gary Smith

Departments

9 Faces in the Crowd
12 Letters
15 Scorecard
80 Inside Pro Football
85 Inside College Football
88 Point After

Cover Photograph by Richard Mackson

PHOTODAMIAN STROHMEYERSmile, Guys: National champion Arkansas's season opener was a real laugher—for UMass, which cut up the Hogs 104-80 (page 48).