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Women's Hoops Preview with Mechelle Voepel

For folks familiar with women's college basketball, it's a little odd to see Duke and Kansas State ranked one and two. We'll talk to Mechelle Voepel, basketball analyst for the Kansas City Star and ESPN.com, to see which team she puts on top.

E-A All Stars

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While thousands of college basketball players are settling in for a long season, the exhibition squads created to tune up the major colleges are packing it in for the year. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay reports on one such team, the E-A All Stars.

Golfing Aspirations

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Golf is an easy game, isn't it?

Backyard Brawl

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Which football match-up strikes you as the best of all the gridiron rivalries probably depends on where you live. According to writer W.K. Stratton, the distinction of best rivalry belongs to the University of Texas and Texas A & M. We'll talk to Stratton about his new book, Backyard Brawl: Inside the blood feud between Texas and Texas A & M.

College Football Mayhem

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Schools across the country are stepping up security after near riots followed a number of last weekend's college football match-ups. At no school was the mayhem more prounounced than Ohio State, where dozens of cars were piled up and set on fire. We'll talk to Ohio State Professor Steven Conn about living in a town "where no sofa is safe."

I.O.C. Votes

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Bill Littlefield comments on the International Olympic Committee's vote this week on the fate of three endangered Olympic sports.

Turkey Day Games, Mike Tyson and More with Charlie Pierce

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Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the NFL's irrelevant Thanksgiving Day games, Mike Tyson's ill-advised latest fight, and the next big thing for the Olympic Games.

Kickball for Grown-ups

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Do you remember playing kickball on the playground, smacking a big red ball far into the outfield and then running around the baseball diamond?

This program aired on November 30, 2002.

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