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October 26, 1998
World Series40 Tourist TrapAwestruck and awful during their first visit to the Bronx, the Padres had to contend with the Yanks and historyby Tom Verducci
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October 26, 1998

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World Series
40 Tourist Trap
Awestruck and awful during their first visit to the Bronx, the Padres had to contend with the Yanks and history
by Tom Verducci

46 Dirty Dogs
There's a nasty breed of NFL players who follow a cardinal rule: Anything goes, and that means biting, kicking, gouging, spearing, spitting and leg-whipping.
by Michael Silver

Pro Football

58 Don't Kick Him Out
The INS wants to deport Chargers punter Darren Bennett, an Australian citizen. A plea for him to stay
by John Walters

62 The Purple Tide Has Turned
Under the calm influence of a new owner, the Vikings are 6-0 and suddenly the NFL's feel-good team
by David Fleming

Hockey
66 The Monster
By finally taming his hot temper, the Caps' Olaf Kolzig, a.k.a. Godzilla, has become a premier goalie
by Michael Farber

College Football

70 Without Limits
With the country's most explosive offense and an improving defense, UCLA can win the championship
by Tim Layden

Boxing
108 Bare Knuckles
Was something wrong with Luis Resto's gloves? The beating he gave Billy Collins might have cost Collins his life
by Jeff Pearlman

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