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Michael Vick Indicted

On Tuesday, a federal grand jury indicted Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick and three other men in connection with an alleged dog fighting operation. If convicted, Vick could be sentenced to six years in prison. Bill speaks with Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

WNBA with Clay Kallam

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The good news for the WNBA this summer? An extended contract with ESPN/ABC. The bad news is that the number one pick in last year's draft, Lindsey Harding won't play again until next summer at the earliest due to a torn ACL. Bill gets all the latest WNBA news from Clay Kallam of Fullcourt.com.

Take the Trident Challenge

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The Navy Seals' Trident Challenge has been held in Minneapolis and Boston, and organizers hope it will someday barnstorm to other U.S. cities. Only A Game's Karen Given attended the challenge late last month to see what the attendees thought.

Letters

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Bill pulls a few from the Only A Game mailbag.

Becks and Posh with Charlie Pierce

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Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Michael Vick under indictment, NBA referee under suspicion, and Becks and Posh shun the Spice Girls.

Granny Basketball

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Everyone knows they're crazy for college basketball in North Carolina and Indiana. The pro game has taken hold of fans in LA, Dallas, San Antonio and maybe even a city or two east of the Mississippi. But Iowans enjoy some provincial hoops delights of their own. From Des Moines, Nebraska Public Radio's Avishay Artsy has our report.

This program aired on July 21, 2007.

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