Aug. 30, 2004
Aug. 30, 2004

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Aug. 30, 2004

Sports Illustrated Bonus Section: SI Adventure
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Catching Up With ...
2004 Olympics
  • Jimbo 82

    In 1974 Jimmy Connors ignited a tennis boom with his wicked metal racket, his storybook romance, his vulgar antics and his renegade behavior. Thirty years later he still thumbs his nose at the game's establishment

  • Inside 100

    The Week in Sports

Inside Baseball
Inside The NFL
Inside College Football
The Life of Reilly


Edited by Mark Bechtel

10 Double plays turned by the Mets and Giants in their 12-inning game last Saturday, a major league record.

This is an article from the Aug. 30, 2004 issue Original Layout

$1 million Exit fee Boston College will pay to leave the Big East for the ACC, according to a judge's ruling.

$5 million Amount the Big East was attempting to charge the Eagles.

0 Football losses suffered by NAIA school Ohio Dominican, according to the UNDEFEATED SINCE 1911 Tshirts the school is selling.

0 Games played by Ohio Dominican, which is fielding its first football team in the 93-year history of the school this fall.

1 Washing machines the Kenyan government will award each of the country's Olympic bronze medalists. (Gold medalists receive a flat-screen TV, and silver medalists receive a home theater system.)

$20 Amount former Nebraska running back Lawrence Phillips pawned one of his Big Eight championship rings for in Las Vegas.

$1,700 Amount the pawnbroker who bought the ring sold it for on eBay.