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Scott Howard Cooper

While the Big Aristotle and the Sacramento Kings exchange royal insults, basketball analyst Scott Howard Cooper is trying to stay out of the fray. Bill Littlefield turns to Scott for an early season view of the NBA.

Neil Parry

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Two years ago Neil Parry, injured his leg so badly while playing football for San Jose State, he had to have it amputated. The loss of a leg, everyone thought, ended Parry's football career; everyone, except Parry. Only A Game's, Jason Margolis has this story.

Soccer team sets record for own goals.

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Soccer team sets record for own goals.

Carleton College

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Who says universities need scholarship cheerleaders and musicians to rev up the crowd at football games? At Carleton College, the Gender Neutral Cheer Boys are a pep band that has yet to practice are getting the attention, if not exactly the respect, of fans and players. Reporter Mary Stuckey has the story from Minnesota.

Tent Pitching Championships

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England has had a difficult year when it comes to world class sporting trophies. But that could all change this weekend at the World Tent Pitching Championships at Earl's Court in London. Bill Littlefield talks to Simon Coe, the founder of this odd event.

Manatee Vice

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O.J is in more legal trouble and this time he's got the wrath of the sea cow to deal with. Well, if not wrath, then a hefty speeding ticket, that he may or may not pay, if he wants to.

Letters 11/9/2002

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Bill Littlefield wades his way through the Only A Game mailbox

Cy Young Controversy and More

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Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Athletic achievements at the ballot box, Cy Young controversy, and Tonya Harding gets steamed.

The Great American Foot Race

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In 1928, nearly 200 runners set off from Los Angeles on their way to New York in a race that tested human endurance and publicized the newly constructed Route 66.

This program aired on November 9, 2002.

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