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Show rundown for 11/3/2001

November Series

For the first time in history, the World Series has continued into November. For the upteenth time in history, the New York Yankees have come back from behind to dominate. Steve Goldstien reports from Phoenix on the team that the Yankees have chosen to dominate this time around, the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Scott Howard-Cooper

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It's time for an NBA season preview. Believe it or not, there are issues to ponder other than the return of Michael Jordan. Not many issues, but we'll try nonetheless. Bill Littlefield turns to Scott Howard-Cooper of the Sacramento Bee.

Info Break

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First comes love-love, then comes Las Vegas marriage, then comes Andre with the baby carriage...

University of Nebraska - Omaha

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You've probably heard of the football program at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. After all, they're undefeated. But so are their Division III brothers up the road at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Greg Echlin has our report.

The Sweet Season

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Sports Illustrated writer Austin Murphy took a break from reporting on big-time college and professional football to spend a season in Minnesota, home of the Division III St. John's University Jonnies. We talk with Murphy about his new book and about John Gagliarde, St. John's unusual coach.

Commentary

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Bill Littlefield offers up his advice for high school football players looking for a good college athletic experience.

Charlie Pierce

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Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: another Yankees comeback, Mark McGuire's latest retirement talks, and a deserving fan gets a seat.

Amputee Hockey

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Hockey for amputees? Why not? We'll attend the tryout camp for the 2001-2002 U.S. National Amputee Hockey Team. These men and women might be missing arms and legs, but they're still excellent competitors

This program aired on November 3, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.

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