After Testing Fails, Expert Says Education 'Only Weapon' In Steroid Fight
After spending $10 million and catching just a handful of cheaters, Texas might discontinue a program that tests high school athletes for steroids. Don Hooton has lobbied for steroid testing since his son's death and joins Bill Littlefield.
Welcome Back, A-Rod. We Missed You.
After serving a 162-game suspension, Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is returning to Major League Baseball. While most of the media go crazy over A-Rod's recent handwritten apology, Only A Game's Karen Given instead explains why she's grateful to have the former star back in the spotlight.
Max Decugis: France's Forgotten Tennis Champion
Rafael Nadal needs one more victory at the French Open to have more men's French singles championships than any other player. The man he would pass? Max Decugis. Chris Clarey of the New York Times join Bill Littlefield to share the story of France's long-forgotten champion.
ITF's Anti-Doping Program Faces Criticism
The 2014 pro-tennis season is in full swing, but the International Tennis Federation is facing criticism of its anti-doping program. Christopher Clarey of the New York Times joins Bill to discuss the program and the recent reduction in penalties for two players.
Glavine, Maddux, Thomas Bound For Hall of Fame
After voters spurned the entire field a year ago, three former players were elected to the Hall of Fame this time around. Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux and Frank Thomas each received the necessary 75 percent of the vote. But ESPN's Tim Kurkjian says it's time for a new system.