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NHL Lockout with Scott Burnside

Can the NHL season be saved? We'll talk to ESPN.com's Scott Burnside.

Jockeys

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Sports labor strife currently extends beyond the rinks and onto race tracks in Kentucky, Indiana and soon, perhaps, Florida, California, and elsewhere. Kathleen Adams has been following the boycotts, the bans, and the current insurance dispute between Churchill Downs and Hoosier Park officials and the jockeys who ride there.

From Stink to Sweet

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A Saskatchewan Roughrider is subjected to the best and worst his fans have to offer.

Game of the Century

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Was it the best college football game of all time? Perhaps, but the 1971 showdown between Oklahoma and Nebraska definitely lingers in the hearts and minds of everyone who played and watched. Michael Corcoran's book "The Game of the Century" revisits the contest. Corcoran joins us from the studios of WHYY in Philadelphia.

Harvard v. Yale v. MIT

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Harvard is undefeated, Yale is trying to salvage a difficult season, and MIT is always ready to provide a diversion.

Commentary

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If the aforementioned match-ups don't capture your interest, Bill Littlefield offers some other reasons to pay attention to college football's greatest rivalries.

NASCAR and More with Charlie Pierce

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Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: NASCAR's new format goes the distance, Johnny Damon inspires millions, and a national anthem so bad...it's criminal.

Letters

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Bill Littlefield sifts through the week's mail.

Turkey Olympics

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Thanksgiving is about the three f's: feasting, football and food comas. But what if you wanted to do something different? Well, there's an ice rink in Cheyenne, Wyoming that has people like you in mind.

This program aired on November 20, 2004.

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