Why win just one national title when you can have two? The UConn men’s and women’s basketball teams both took home NCAA basketball championships this week. Bill Littlefield chats with Paul Myerberg and John Altavilla about the achievement.
Before Babe Ruth or Michael Jordan, America’s favorite athlete was hockey player Hobey Baker. John Weber looks into Baker’s life and the award which is named for him.
The Indiana Pacers started out the season at a blistering pace, but they haven’t been doing so hot lately. Bill Littlefield is joined by Bob Kravitz of the Indianapolis Star to discuss the Pacers puzzling season.
That men and women play together isn’t all that’s unusual about the Mixed Gender Basketball Association. There’s also a four-point shot. Jim O’Grady shares more about this new league.
In ‘In My Skin,’ Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner details her struggles as a child and as a student at Baylor. She joins Bill Littlefield to discuss her past and her transition to the WNBA.
Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the high price of feeding a college basketball star, the suddenly gracious and potentially prescient LeBron James, and the best way for a soccer manager to land a job on the faculty of Harvard University.
Last Sunday, females competed alongside males as equals at Augusta National, home of the Masters. USA Today’s Christine Brennan joined Bill Littlefield to explain the story behind the unprecedented moment.
Ever wonder about those giant championship banners that teams hang from the rafters? OAG’s Karen Given visits a New England company that commands nearly 90 percent of the championship banner market and finds out exactly how they are made.
Only A Game’s Gary Waleik tees up another Zambonis tune and some other stuff, too.
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