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.
It’s been 40 years since the only perfect season in NFL history. Hall of Famer Larry Csonka joined Bill Littlefield to share his memories of the 1972 Miami Dolphins’ road to an unblemished record.
Nobody who watches the NFL can fail to see that many head coaches are stars. Author Gary Myers spent a year with 20 current and former coaches for his new book ‘Coaching Confidential,’ and spoke with Bill Littlefield about what he learned.
In his new book ‘The Limit,’ author Michael Cannell tells the story of Phil Hill, who in 1961 became the first American-born racer to win the Grand Prix Championship. Bill Littlefield speaks with Cannell about the history of auto racing.
On Jan. 19, Major League Baseball lost two Hall of Famers when Earl Weaver and Stan Musial passed away. Bill Littlefield reflects on the careers of Weaver and Musial and speaks with Musial biographer George Vecsey about the St. Louis Cardinals legend.
This week the NCAA announced that the investigation into the University of Miami’s athletics program has been put on hold because the NCAA’s own enforcement staff had improperly obtained information. Yahoo! Sports national columnist and OAG regular Dan Wetzel has a plan to solve this and many other NCAA controversies. He shares the details with Bill Littlefield.
On Wednesday, the Baseball Writers’ Association of America did not elect a single player to the Hall of Fame. ESPN.com writer and OAG baseball analyst Tim Kurkjian tells Bill Littlefield his job as a Hall of Fame voter has become increasingly difficult.
It’s been 20 years since the Houston Oilers suffered the biggest collapse in NFL history, giving up 35 unanswered points to lose an AFC Wild Card game to the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo News Senior Sports Columnist Jerry Sullivan was there and joins Bill Littlefield.
Flexible Flyer went downhill – in the business sense – for a time, but today the legendary sled brand is thriving in the hands of a family that spent generations competing against it. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports.