With Spring Training getting underway and Opening Day just over a month away, ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the upcoming MLB season.
The NCAA’s investigation of the University of Miami has come under scrutiny, leading to the firing of Vice President of Enforcement Julie Roe Lach. Yahoo! Sports’ Pat Forde joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the situation.
Jerry Buss, who passed away on Monday, is best known for his role as majority owner of the Los Angeles Lakers. But Buss also made a name for himself at the poker table. Poker great Doyle Brunson joins Bill Littlefield to remember Buss.
This week, Danica Patrick became the first female driver in Sprint Cup history to win a pole. ESPN’s Brant James joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the significance of that event.
Fred Lorenzen won the Daytona 500 in 1965, but his very short career — and quiet life off the track — may be why he’s not as famous as other NASCAR drivers from the sport’s Golden Era. As Yolanda Perdomo reports, efforts are underway to get Lorenzen onto the next ballot for the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
Larry Kwong played just one shift in the NHL, but that shift made history. In 1948, Kwong became the first man of Chinese descent to play in the NHL. Kwong and writer David Davis join Bill to remember that milestone.
OAG analyst Charlie Pierce joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the latest NCAA’s less-than-smooth investigation of Miami, the L.A. Lakers’ struggles, and a couple firsts for female athletes.
Truth is stranger than fiction. Much stranger. The Oscar Pistorius murder investigation is a prime example. Bill Littlefield examines the unpredictable twists and turns.
2013 marks the 20th anniversary of Only A Game. Throughout the year, we’ll be revisiting some of our favorite stories. More than a decade after he spent a season following the Roxbury Community College basketball team on its quest for a national championship, Bill Littlefield reconnected with the team’s former coach and stars.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik expounds on the the flanger, the true King of Rock, 1/4″ tape and our original theme song.
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