Last week, Florida Gulf Coast made NCAA men’s basketball history by becoming the first 15th seed to make it to the Sweet Sixteen. FGCU professor Dr. James Brock joins Bill to talk about the team’s unexpected success.
Only A Game intern and Harvard Crimson basketball writer Martin Kessler traveled west to the NCAA tournament for his spring break. While in Salt Lake, he crossed paths with Pat Riley, encountered a group of Arizona cheerleaders, and nearly witnessed an historic upset.
The success of Baylor women’s basketball standout Brittney Griner has attracted attention — some positive, some negative. ESPN’s Kate Fagan joined Bill Littlefield to discuss the six-foot-eight star.
With Opening Day right around the corner, ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian joins Bill Littlefield to share his thoughts on the upcoming season and to predict a World Series champion.
After failing to reach the playoffs each of the past three seasons, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have splurged on established free agents Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton in recent offseasons. But as Only A Game’s Ron Schachter reports, the fate of this year’s Angels team may depend on a younger man.
Who are baseball’s biggest anti-heroes of all time? Filip Bondy seeks to answer this question in his book “Who’s on Worst.”
OAG analyst Charlie Pierce joins Bill Littlefield to discuss March Madness, Phil Jackson’s Twitter typos, and why one Yankee is getting paid as much as an entire MLB team.
Tiger Woods is back at No. 1. Is that good for golf? Bill Littlefield speaks with Shaun Powell from Sports on Earth.
In Western Kentucky, commercial fishermen recently competed to see who could remove the most invasive Asian carp from local lakes. Erica Peterson of WFPL in Louisville was on hand for ‘Carp Madness.’
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