The San Francisco 49ers are reinventing their approach to the NFL draft and the process that leads up to it, thanks to a partnership with an international business software company. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports on the shifting technology of scouting.
Before Tamerlan Tsarnaev allegedly attacked the Boston Marathon, he was a two-time winner of the New England Golden Gloves Tournament. Should his victories be erased from the record books? Bill Littlefield examines both sides of the issue.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are back in the playoffs for the first time since 2004. The Toronto Star’s Damien Cox joins Bill Littlefield.
Much to the chagrin of England soccer fans, it looks like a pair of German clubs will meet at London’s Wembley Stadium for Champions League final. ESPN’s Roger Bennett joins Bill Littlefield to provide an update on happenings across the pond.
Former All-Star Mike Piazza retired in 2007 after smacking 427 home runs, tops of any catcher in MLB history. But his athletic career isn’t over. Piazza will make an appearance with the Miami City Ballet.
It was a record-setting day at Coors Field on Tuesday as the Rockies took on the Braves under the chilliest conditions ever recorded in Major League Baseball. But did the weather give Colorado a home-field advantage? The Denver Post’s Patrick Saunders talks with Bill Littlefield.
OAG analyst Charlie Pierce joins Bill Littlefield to share his thoughts on the NBA playoffs, the end of the NHL regular season, and the NFL draft.
Early retirement isn’t always as good as it sounds. Just ask former college swimmer Dana Hatic.
In his documentary “Wild In The Streets,” Peter Baxter explores Shrovetide Football, an unusual two-day competition that takes place in the streets of an English market town. Bill Littlefield speaks with Baxter about his new film.
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