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November 20, 1995 | Volume 83, Issue 22

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Russell Maryland Cover - Sports Illustrated November 20, 1995

November 20, 1995
Football is the roughest pro sport in America, which may explain why it is arguably the most popular.MICHAEL EDWARDS, LANSDOWNE, PA.

November 20, 1995
Sports Illustrated sometimes carries ads I containing perfume or cologne samples. Subscribers who would prefer copies without scent strips should write to Sports Illustrated, P.O. Box 60001,...

November 20, 1995
SPORTS ILLUSTRATED offers current and past articles, photos and special multimedia features on CompuServe (GO SPORTS) and on the Internet (http://www.pathfinder.com/si).

November 20, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum And Kostya Kennedy

November 20, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum And Kostya Kennedy
In an effort to gain more of an identity, as well as to increase revenue from the sale of apparel, Syracuse, which was until now unofficially known as the Orange, is expected to announce that its...

November 20, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum And Kostya Kennedy
Cooperstown, N.Y., officials recently rejected a minor league baseball franchise on the grounds that the city is "really not a baseball town, per se."

November 20, 1995 | Edited by Jack McCallum And Kostya Kennedy
Tim FinchemPGA Tour commissioner, on why he would like to see the U.S. economic embargo against Cuba lifted: "We still have the defending champion of the 1958 Havana Pro-Am in Billy Casper, and I...

November 20, 1995
Peter McConville (2) and his Amherst teammates proved they were tough mudders in holding Jamal Pollock and heavily favored Williams to a 0-0 tie in last Saturday's renewal of a small-college classic.

November 20, 1995 | Michael Silver

November 20, 1995 | Michael Silver

November 20, 1995 | Leigh Montville

November 20, 1995 | Mark Mulvoy
For years, one of the great delights of working at SPORTS ILLUSTRATED has been the pleasure of listening to special contributor Bob Creamer expound on his broad range of interests. In an age of...

November 20, 1995 | Steve Rushin
Tim Couch, king of the Kentucky mountains, is also America's best high school passer

November 20, 1995 | Michael Farber

November 20, 1995 | Tim Layden

November 20, 1995
Julie DunnLAS VEGAS

November 20, 1995 | Austin Murphy
Does it feel like a millstone sometimes? Do you ever regret having won the Heisman Trophy? Those questions were posed to Desmond Howard, who won the award as a Michigan wide receiver and kick...

November 20, 1995 | E.M. Swift

November 20, 1995 | Peter King
Two Down, Two to Go

November 20, 1995 | Peter King
In light of Dan Marino's assault on the record book, SI asked five longtime football observers—former coaches Hank Stram and Tom Landry, former player and current TV analyst Matt Millen, Giant...

November 20, 1995 | Christian Stone
Ups and Downs

November 20, 1995 | Christian Stone
OffenseOhio State running back Eddie George rushed for a school-record 314 yards on 36 carries and scored three TDs in a 41-3 win over Illinois. The victory was only the second for the Buckeyes in...

November 20, 1995 | Rick Reilly
Here's what would happen if other businesses bought into pro sports' brand of economics

November 20, 1995 | Michael Bamberger
Jim Colbert earned the right to strut by finally making it to No. 1

November 20, 1995 | Amy Nutt
Consider it a variation of Murphy's Law: When you try to do the right thing, you can be sure you'll do the wrong thing. That's what Hale Irwin learned at last week's Senior Tour Championship....

November 20, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
The China Syndrome

November 20, 1995 | Tim Rosaforte
Do you know your PGA Tour players? Here's a quiz. First, name the players on the A Team and then those on the B Team. We bet you had no problem identifying the guys in group A (from left): Paul...

November 20, 1995 | Harry Hurt III

November 20, 1995 | William F. Reed

November 20, 1995 | William F. Reed
In case you were wondering whatever happened to LeShon Johnson, projected as the Packers' breakaway threat of the future when he was drafted in 1994, he's recovering from a torn anterior cruciate...