Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the allegations against Florida State football quarterback Jameis Winston, the unusual strategy employed by Brooklyn Nets rookie coach Jason Kidd, the latest controversy surrounding Baseball Hall of Fame voting, and more.
In less than two weeks, 870 Heisman trophy voters will turn in their ballots. But the leading candidate, Florida State’s Jameis Winston, has been accused of sexual assault. Florida authorities are being criticized for delaying the investigation. Bill Littlefield speaks with Heisman voter Bob Lutz of the Wichita Eagle.
The NFL and its former players settle for $765 million; the NCAA throws the pamphlet at Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel; and the Boston Marathon expands its field. Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce weighs in on all that and more.
Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce and Bill discuss efforts to remove former tight end and current murder suspect Aaron Hernandez from the collective sports memory; approved changes to Chicago’s Wrigley Field; and the death of former boxer Emile Griffith. Plus, Charlie and Bill look back on 20 years of OAG with a special guest.
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the delayed suspensions in baseball’s Biogenesis scandal, Alabama football coach Nick Saban’s retirement plan, and the latest doping allegations to hit track and field.
The Chicago Blackhawks claimed the Stanley Cup in dramatic fashion Monday night. Bill Littlefield looks at the wide range of emotions that come out at the end of an NHL season.
Recent stories have inspired our listeners to write, post, and tweet. Bill Littlefield sifts through Only A Game’s electronic mailbag.
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the familiar look of the Stanley Cup playoffs, the latest record in the annals of Red Sox history, and the proper spelling of the word “knaidel.”
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the L.A. Kings perfect home playoff record, the partnership behind New York’s newest soccer franchise, and Chuck Norris’s advice for fielding a football team.
The Tour de France is cycling’s most grueling race. At more than 2000 miles, this year’s route includes elevation changes equal to three and a half Mount Everest climbs. So, why would someone tackle the course on foot? Bill Littlefield speaks with endurance runner Zoe Romano.