Maryland and Rutgers are jumping to the Big Ten Conference. What does this mean for college football? Bill speaks with Pat Forde of Yahoo Sports.
Indiana, Lousiville, and Kentucky have three of the best basketball programs in the country, all within a 170-mile drive. Reporter Anne Marshall hit the road to figure out if fans’ loyalties have geographic boundaries.
Jack Taylor, a sophomore at Division III Grinnell College in Iowa, shattered the NCAA scoring record by scoring 138 points in a game on Tuesday. Bill speaks with Chris Varney, who provided play-by-play for the record-setting game.
After five-and-a-half seasons, soccer superstar David Beckham will play his last game with the L.A. Galaxy on December 1st. Sports Illustrated’s Grant Wahl talks with Bill Littlefield about Beckham’s impact of Major League Soccer — past, present, and future.
As more games fall victim to the current lockout, author Jonathon Gatehouse talks with Bill Littlefield about his book, “The Instigator: How Gary Bettman Remade the NHL and Changed the Game Forever.”
How does the National Hockey League differ from a Twinkie? Bill offers his thoughts on the similarities between the NHL lockout and the demise of Hostess.
Bill Littlefield responds to comments from listeners about last week’s show.
Math questions, obscure rules, rabbit hunting, and Christmas carols: Charlie Pierce and Bill Littlefield discuss a typical week in the sports world.
The details are sketchy, but a new women’s pro soccer league appears to be in the works. Will it succeed where two previous attempts failed?
According to the Ben Stiller movie, ‘Dodgeball’, the five D’s of dodgeball are “Dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge.” But what happens if you add a court of trampolines to the mix? Susan Valot found out at the Ultimate Trampoline Dodgeball Championship in Los Angeles.
Gary Waleik revels in one more week of math rock-free livin’ while John Perotti is scaring Canucks north of the border.
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