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Mitchell Report Reactions

Major League Baseball is trying to figure out what to do after the release of the Mitchell report on performance enhancing drugs. The report fingered more than 80 past and present players but none bigger than 7-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens. Bill Littlefield sifts through the wreckage wrought by the former senator's investigation and then looks to what lies ahead for baseball with ESPN analyst Buster Olney.

The Winless Fins

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The Miami Dolphins hope not to prolong their perfectly winless season tomorrow against Baltimore. Many pundits think the Fins have their best chance to eek out a win against the Ravens, but the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero isn't optimistic.

A Slaughter in Foxboro?

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The New York Jets are bad. The New England Patriots are angry at the Jets because they caught the Pats cheating the last time they met. So this all means the Jets will now be obliterated in record fashion by the undefeated Patriots this weekend in Foxboro, right? Well, maybe. Just in case, Only A Game's Gabe O'Connor has this report.

Commentary

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Have you ever been on the mountain, trying hard to stay upright while kids younger than school age confidently swish down the slopes? Commentator Susan Sabin wants to make sure that never happens to her granddaughter.

The Mitchell report and more with Charlie Pierce

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Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the Mitchell report, Charlie's favorite college football bowls, and a championship-worthy Bichon Frise.

15th Annual Holiday Gift Guide

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For the 15th year in a row, the Only A Game staff has compiled a list of holiday gift ideas for sports enthusiasts everywhere. Whether you need to satisfy the culinary needs of a Florida State fan, throw a party for a group of tennis junkies, or find the perfect novel for the devotee of both NASCAR and romance novels, we've got you covered.

This program aired on December 15, 2007.

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