Heading into Monday’s BCS National Championship game, determining how many titles Notre Dame and Alabama already have is more complicated than you might think. Jon Solomon of the Birmingham News helps explain the math.
As Notre Dame and Alabama prepare to meet in the BCS National Championship Game, Only A Game’s Anne Marshall introduces us to a group of Indiana nuns who say the Irish have a heavenly supporter.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is suing the NCAA over the sanctions it imposed on Penn State in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sexual assault case. Vermont Law School Professor and Sports Illustrated legal analyst Michael McCann joins Bill to discuss the lawsuit’s merit.
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announced on Wednesday that he will retire following the playoffs. To discuss Lewis’s career to date and the Ravens’ chances of extending it by a few more games, Bill Littlefield spoke with Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun.
The Seattle Seahawks last made the playoffs in 2010. This year, many wonder whether they’re built for a longer playoff run. Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer tells Only A Game trying to compare this season’s team with their 2010 counterparts is like “night and day.”
ESPN host and former Washington Post reporter and columnist Michael Wilbon is the guest editor for ‘The Best American Sports Writing 2012’. Wilbon and series editor Glenn Stout join Bill Littlefield to discuss the best of the best in the collection.
A little-publicized ESPN telecast of a bowling tournament is getting attention for what may be a first: a celebratory kiss between the male champion and his husband. Jim Bizinski of Outsports.com talks with Bill Littlefield about the moment’s impact.
It’s been a busy week in the sports world, with seven NFL teams giving their coaches pink slips, Jets coach Rex Ryan (maybe) sporting a new tattoo, and Jose Canseco sharing his list of New Year’s resolutions. OAG analyst Charlie Pierce joins Bill to discuss those stories and more.
Bill reviews our listeners’ thoughts about last week’s “Best of 2012” show and shares an early Super Bowl haiku submission.
Flexible Flyer went downhill – in the business sense – for a time, but today the legendary sled brand is thriving in the hands of a family that spent generations competing against it. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports.
Gary Waleik rings in the new year with some new songs, none of that auld lang nonsense.
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