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A Match Goes Down in History
It was Bjorn Borg's fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, but the five-set final will be remembered as much for its heroic loser, John McEnroe, who won the fans' plaudits
Peter The Great As rumors of dissension and a possible coaching change swirled around the sputtering Avalanche, Colorado star Peter Forsberg seized control of the series against Edmonton
There are nine stitches on the right cheek of Peter Forsberg, aninch-long, purplish wound that traces the bone midway ... I'm close enough to
WAY OUT OF BOUNDS
By Peter King ... One source close to Goodell said the commissioner's reaction to the initial reports of the bounties in the 2009 playoffs was, ...
He Can Run, But He Can't Hide
The Bears' Walter Payton has trained prodigiously for the new season, but will probably take the same old pounding
Showing more grit than prowess, John Elway executed a brilliant game plan in the Broncos' stunning Super Bowl win over the Packers.
Who Let This Dog Out? After a lame 1999 season, Giants defensive end Michael Strahan got his head and heart back into the game and now is a key to New York's title chances
By Peter King. Jan. 29, 2001 · View Cover .... accent: "As you close your eyes now, Michael, control and relax completely each muscle in your ...
'LIKE BEING SLUGGED IN THE GUT'
Over the years, some games have been so close as to be decided on one play— on a missed kick or errant pass. In 1983 Janesville beat the ...
A New Man
To this day, no one close to Phelps will say that he has a drinking ... Days after leaving rehab, he told Carlisle, "Peter, it's going to be interesting.
Honin' The Barbarians
Twins David and Peter Paul make a lot of primitive noises and do some uncivilized things while building humongous bodies