The Baylor women’s basketball team is an overwhelming favorite to win this year’s NCAA tournament. The team with the first shot to topple the Bears are the U.C. Santa Barbara Gauchos. Bill speaks with coach Carlene Mitchell about her team’s chances against the Bears.
Brittney Griner, junior center for the Baylor Bears, hopes to lead her team to an NCAA national championship this season. Ron Schachter reports from Waco, Texas.
The 2011 women’s NCAA Tournament hasn’t seen too many upsets. All four number one seeds advanced to the Elite Eight, and there doesn’t seem like there’s much stopping them from reaching the Final Four. Bill talks with ESPNW’s Michelle Smith about which favorites might fall in the final rounds of the tournament.
UCONN is no longer the top dog in the world of women’s college basketball. That title now belongs to Baylor, and they intend to remain #1 in the nation for a very long time. Only A Game’s Greg Echlin reports on the Lady Bears’ national championship hopes.
Bill Littlefield looks back on three of the most memorable sports stories of 2010.
The Connecticut Huskies have finished consecutive seasons as undefeated women’s NCAA basketball national champions and are approaching the longest-ever win streak in college basketball. Although UConn has only won two games this year, they may have passed their toughest test by beating #2 Baylor on Tuesday. Bill speaks with Michelle Smith from AOL Fanhouse about UConn’s dominance and more on women’s hoops.
This week on Only A Game, author Kevin Cook on Titanic Thompson, the man who may be the best hustler to ever live. Plus, we have a report on a car race featuring vehicles patched with tape, and we ask Michelle Smith if anyone can stop the UConn women’s basketball team as the Huskies approach college basketball’s win streak record.
I hear there’s a big golf tournament this week in Augusta, Georgia, and that there’s some sort of wild animal on hand. This week on Only A Game, a Masters update. Also, former NBA Kings remember royal life in Kansas City, and story telling through baseball cards.
Baseball will soon begin anew, but at least one active major league pitcher is very, very old. This week on Only A Game, a profile of 47-year-old Jamie Moyer, Philadelphia’s Methuselah of the mound. Also, pole dancers compete with vigor…and with all their clothes on!
Rounds one and two of the men’s basketball tourney held more surprises than anyone had bracketed for. This week on Only A Game, an NCAA hoops update of the men’s regionals, the latest from the women’s dance, and a slam dunk contest to benefit Sudan.