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February 6th, 2016
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Super Bowl Veteran Dave Pear: ‘It Just Wasn’t Worth It To Me’

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.

FEATURE
February 6th, 2016

Going On 50: Don Crisman And The ‘Never Miss A Super Bowl Club’

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.

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January 30th, 2016

College Basketball’s Greatest Comeback? The Patrick Steeves 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.

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January 23rd, 2016
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eSports Comes Of Age: Filling Arenas, Paying Millions

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.

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January 23rd, 2016

Stephen Curry, Under Armour And The Fall Of The Dunk

The slam dunk. It’s basketball’s most exciting play. But now the dunk is facing a challenge — from a skinny point guard and an upstart sneaker brand. Only A Game’s Martin Kessler has the story.

FEATURE
January 23rd, 2016

Match-Fixing In Tennis: From 2007 To Today

BuzzFeed and the BBC made waves this week with their joint report on alleged match-fixing in international tennis. Bill Littlefield explores the controversy and tries to figure out if “the fix” is in.

FEATURE
January 16th, 2016

No Air Ball? The Great Wisconsin Chant Saga

Is there anything wrong with yelling “air ball” at a high school basketball game? An attempt to curb the use of potentially inappropriate chants at Wisconsin schools has been widely ridiculed on social media. ESPN analyst Jay Bilas explains why he finds it hard not to a laugh. And a Wisconsin athletic official offers his take.

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January 16th, 2016
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Cholitas Luchadoras: The Indigenous Women Wrestlers Of Bolivia

The seat of the Bolivian government is usually called “La Paz” but the city’s full name is Nuestra Senora de La Paz — “Our Lady of Peace.” Reporter Asa Merritt recently traveled to La Paz and found a group of female wrestlers who are anything but peaceful.

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January 16th, 2016

Quarterback Carousel: Graduate Transfers Shake Up College Football

On Monday night, Alabama became college football’s champion. Crimson Tide fans can thank quarterback Jake Coker — who transferred to Alabama in 2014 after getting a degree from Florida State. Bill Littlefield explores the growing tend of quarterbacks graduating early to switch schools.

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January 9th, 2016

Kurt Searvogel Cycles 75,065 Miles In A Year…And Keeps Going

You might think that the Tour de France is cycling’s most grueling feat. Last year’s course included 21 stages over 23 days, covering just over 2,000 miles. But Only A Game’s Karen Given has the story of a cycling challenge that might make you reconsider.

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