This week, a report linked Milwaukee Brewers slugger Ryan Braun to a controversial clinic in South Florida. Braun issued a statement saying his lawyers consulted with Biogenesis about his successful appeal of a suspension for steroid use. CBSSports.com baseball columnist Danny Knobler joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the ongoing fallout.
Could Toronto start two-timing on the Maple Leafs by becoming a two-team NHL town? As Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports, one suburb likes the idea.
On Wednesday, high school football players across the country signed on to play at college football programs across the country. But one player was unable to do so. Bill Littlefield comments on the story of Alex Collins.
The European Union’s police agency says 680 soccer matches that took place in Europe, Africa, Asia, South and Central America may have been fixed. ESPN’s Roger Bennett joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the scandal.
After this season, boys gymnastics will no longer be sanctioned in Massachusetts, leaving just three states that offer the sport at a true varsity level. Proponents of the sport are unhappy with decision. Only A Game’s Karen Given has the story.
In his new book ‘The Longest Race,’ author Ed Ayres offers readers a chance to a experience a 50-mile race without leaving their couch. Bill Littlefield spoke with Ayres about ultramarathons and the connection between running and human survival.
OAG analyst Charlie Pierce discusses the Super Bowl, Joe Flacco’s future, and the dangers of the Ravens’ victory parade. He also looks at the NBA, the upsets that continue to haunt college basketball’s top teams, and the only top-ten list no athlete wants to be named to.
Lance Armstrong may have been stripped of his Tour de France titles, but on one website, he remains King of the Mountain. Bill Littlefield speaks with the Wall Street Journal’s Kevin Helliker about Armstrong’s latest endeavor.
The 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi are one year away. But, for one hearty group of speedskaters, Olympic distances are simply inadequate. Mitch Teich of Milwaukee Public Radio catches up with some of the sport’s die hards at an oval in Wisconsin.
OAG Technical Director John Perotti picked the tracks for this week’s show.
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