Football fans this week see the return of the regular NFL referees, but will the complaints over bad calls die down? Bill Littlefield takes a historical view of referee rumblings.
Erin DiMeglio is Florida’s first female high school quarterback. She plays and trains with the boys at South Plantation High School. WLRN’s Phil Latzman reports on South Florida’s latest phenom.
The NFL and the NFL Referees Association have reached a new contract agreement. ‘Sports Illustrated legal analyst Michael McCann talks with Bill Littlefield about how the labor negotiations played out.
The Ryder Cup golf tournament is underway, but is anyone watching? John Feinstein, who writes about golf for the ‘Washington Post’ and ‘Golf Digest,’ talks through the tournament’s history of ups and downs.
Last year, the New York Rangers named Jake Gittler as their “Ultimate Fan” and awarded him free tickets for the 2012-13 season. But, will there be a season? Bill talks with Gittler, who offers his hopes for Rangers’ success if the NHL ends the player lockout.
Kenosha, Wisconsin is home to the country’s oldest operational velodrome, which attracts people from around the country–and the world–to track cycling races. Mitch Teich explores the competitive culture of the Washington Park Velodrome.
Miguel Cabrera could win the MLB Triple Crown, and Bill Littlefield is happy the Triple Crown is still one baseball distinctions that does not require complex mathematics.
Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce and Bill discuss the end of the NFL referee lockout, the continued NHL player lockout, and the prospect of the first MLB Triple Crown winner since 1967.
Las Azaleas are a gutsy team of female riders vying to represent the U.S. at the National Charro Championships in Mexico. They compete in a rodeo event that resembles a horseback ballet, ridden sidesaddle at top speed. Bill talks with Azaleas co-captain Sandy Torres and Robin Rosenthal, one of the filmmakers behind the documentary “Escaramuza: Riding From the Heart.”
Gary Waleik celebrates a week of music and a half century of…of…nevermind…
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