The bold Eagle quarterback looks back in wonder at what he has accomplished in the NFL and promises to accomplish more once his knee has healed
Bridge over Troubled Water
In Northern Ireland, people are working to make sports a common denominator for Protestants and Catholics
No. 1 BY ONE
In a battle of unbeatens, Miami dashed Florida State's national championship hopes with a thrilling 17-16 win
It was, oh, brother, an NHL record—Most Sutters Involved, One Game: Six
New York Giants
A Turn for the Better
The up-and-down New York Giants were headed in the right direction again after a 22-9 victory over the Dallas Cowboys
College Basketball Preview '91-92
In the last two decades, college basketball has been transformed from a game of control and finesse to a battle of strength and power. Maybe it was never ballet, but now it's a slam-dance.
Duke's Christian Laettner is pivotman and paradox: agile giant, trash-talking preppy, angelic bruiser
Michigan's Steve Fisher answered critics of his recruiting by bringing in the biggest haul of blue-chippers ever
A Model Role Model
Southern California's Lisa Leslie is the kind of player who can elevate the women's game to greater heights
Meanwhile, Across Town...
Few foes, if any, will stop LSU's 7'1" Shaquille O'Neal this year. And some only hope not to be eaten alive
The Sweet 16
With no titan like UNLV looming over all, this season should culminate in as wide-open an NCAA tournament as college basketball has ever produced. But can the likes of LSU, Seton Hall, UCLA or even upstart Oklahoma State bedevil defending champion Duke and wrest away the crown?
Put Me In, Coach
Playing time is the dream of the Division I walk-on. Bench time is the reality