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Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

Nov. 09, 1998
Nov. 09, 1998

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Nov. 9, 1998

Miscellany
  • 7 Days 78
    Compiled by Cameron Morfit and Jeff Pearlman

    While you were transfixed by the NFL, NHL, PGA, and NASCAR, you probably missed some of the weird and wondrous things that go on each week in the world of sports. Here are a few items from wire services and local papers that might have slipped under your radar.

Inside THE WEEK IN SPORTS

THE NHL
New rules, same old scoring scarcity
Is Kings' Legace building a legacy?
A ref's ref

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Katzenmoyer and Bly on the defensive
Whacking up the WAC
The man behind the bowl formula

BOXING
The Prince keeps his crown but loses luster
Tapia yearns for a big payday
Dempsey's grandnephew

COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Early-signing period gets even earlier
Recruiting scorecard
Ruland's reign begins at Iona

THE NBA
Desperately seeking a shortened schedule
Who will stay with the Bulls?
Fox's Lakers regrets

PRO FOOTBALL
Bucs get untracked
Steelers' Stewart searches for his game
Jets' Cox adjusts to new role

COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY BOB ROSATO Overstuffed Sandwich The Bucs' Jacquez Green winces as Vikings Moe Williams and Duane Butler hit him simultaneously, but previously unbeaten Minnesota ended up with the more lasting pain, a 27-24 loss (page 133).