Public perception of Herbert Hoover has, for the most part, always been tied to the economic troubles of the Great Depression. But the legacy of the 31st president isn’t all bad…in fact, as a sport, it’s pretty intense — and CrossFit approved. Only A Game’s Karen Given has the story.
Nigel Maguire is a former chief executive for the British National Health Service. His son — a soccer goalie– was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma halfway through a trial period with the Leeds United club. Maguire is now pushing for more scientific study into a potential link between cancer and the rubber pellets found in most artificial turf fields.
Long before she set the record for most times in the SportsCenter host chair, Linda Cohn had to prove she belonged at ESPN. Cohn tells Only A Game how she overcame early struggles at the network and how she blocked out the critics who thought a woman didn’t belong in sports broadcasting.
Former basketball player Mark Titus received notoriety for his witty blog — and book — about warming the Ohio State bench. But during a recent Reddit AMA, Titus revealed something he didn’t expect to talk about — his struggle with depression.
Today, the jump shot is one of basketball’s fundamental moves. But it didn’t exist in the early days of basketball history. Where did it come from? And who invented it? Only A Game’s Karen Given’s investigation begins 84 years ago on a farm in Wyoming.
The St. Louis Rams are now the Los Angeles Rams, and, for the first time in two decades, L.A. will have its own NFL team to cheer for. One particular fan is very excited.
Retired Pro Bowl defensive tackle Dave Pear is left with two reminders of his NFL career: a diamond-encrusted Super Bowl ring and a nightmare that has stayed with him for the past 37 years. Reporter Alex Ashley has the story.
Don Crisman is the last surviving member of the original Never Miss A Super Bowl Club. He has been to every Super Bowl ever played — but he’s had some close calls. Only A Game’s Karen Given has the story.
When Harvard’s Patrick Steeves made it back on the court after injuries, he accomplished something that, near as we can tell, no other player had done in the history of college basketball. Only A Game’s Martin Kessler has the story.
eSports — professional video gaming — is now older than some eAthletes. How do the lives of today’s professional gamers compare to those of the “sport’s” pioneers? To find out, reporter Jeremy Dalmas spends some time at the home of one of today’s top teams.