Showing 1 - 10 of 41 Stories for Andy Hayt
LAND OF THE RISING FASTBALL
An old hand around the diamonds observes Japan's game and finds that baseball is baseball however it's oriented.
A HIGH TIME FOR THE HUSKERS
EVERY OPTION OFFENSE HAS ONE: an unsung yet inspirational fullback who plows holes for the better-publicized runners, scrambles his ...
READER'S DIGEST FOOTBALL
Arenaball, a condensed version of the NFL game, offers two-way players, constant passing and vertiginous scores.
A TEAM ON A MISSION
The first full practice came two days after a campus memorial service for their friend and teammate. Yet even with the finality of that ceremony, ...
Soar, Falcons, Soar
We don't have the greatest athletes in the world," Air Force Academy football coach Fisher DeBerry said before the Falcons' game on Saturday ...
SHUFFLING OFF TO HIBERNATION
The Redskins set a trap for the Bears and sent the defending world champions off for an early winter's nap.
A Gallery of Heisman Winners
It's the 75th anniversary of the most coveted award in college football, and in keeping with tradition, a quarterback or running back will be ...
SI Cover Credits Here is the name of every photographer and artist whose work appeared on the 1,846 covers in this issue
6, Dec. 18, 1989. ANDREW D. BERNSTEIN: June 17, 1985; Nov. 9, 1987; April 17, 1989 .... ANDY HAYT: Nov. 17, Dec. 15, 1980; Jan. 19, Feb.
Dr. Z Charts the '87 Draft
The speed at running back and wide receiver is breathtaking. And for only the second time in 12 years, a quarterback will be the first player ...
RALPH NELSON IS LOOKING FORWARD TO A SECOND CHILDHOOD IN PRO FOOTBALL
The former "boy" running back of the World Football League has some advice for a notable youngster in pro football today. "If Herschel feels he has ...