Cardinals fans finally have something to cheer about as their team advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history. AP Photo.

Cardinals fans finally have something to cheer about as their team advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history. AP Photo.

Cardinals fans finally have something to cheer about as their team advanced to the Super Bowl for the first time in franchise history. AP Photo.

The Arizona Cardinals are in the Super Bowl. That still doesn’t sound right, not even to many Cardinals fans. From Phoenix, Mark Moran from KJZZ reports on the Cinderella story of the team no one believed in.

Tom Santucci has gone to the extreme to show his fandom. He has decorated his home in all black and gold. It’s known as the Steelers house, which has become a landmark and example of ultimate Pittsburgh Steelers loyalty. Bill talks with Tom about his residence and his team’s chances in the big game next Sunday.

This could be the last year that the media has two full weeks to cover anything and everything about the two Super Bowl teams. Rather than endless media coverage of just the big game fans could soon be enjoying the Pro Bowl on the week before the Super Bowl. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou says farewell to what could be the NFL’s last week off before the big game.

The NHL is enjoying their All-Star break this weekend. Helene Elliott of the L.A. Times joins Bill to talk about the weekend events, the first half of the NHL season, and what to expect as the playoffs approach.

Mixed Martial Arts has become a popular, bloodthirsty form of entertainment in America. Author L. Jon Wertheim explains the recent surge in popularity in his book, Blood in the Cage. Bill is joined by Wertheim as they talk about the book, the sport, and how it’s evolved into what it is today.

Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss Donovan McNabb’s trouble off the field in Arizona, Mark McGwire’s brother’s “tell-all” book, and a game changing parrot.

Trinity College has put together a dynasty on college squash. The Bantams have won the last ten intercollegiate championships and haven’t lost a match since 1997. It’s not even a question if the team will win; it’s a question of if they’ll even drop a point. Bill Littlefield reports on the most successful college sports program in recent history. View photos.