Latest Show: Syracuse 8, 'Sports Miracles,' 80-Game Losing Streaks
At the height of the civil rights movement, football players at Syracuse University stood up for racial equality. This week on Only A Game, the story of the Syracuse 8.
Before Kaepernick, The 'Syracuse 8' Were Blackballed By Pro Football
In 1970, a group of black Syracuse University football players took a stand against racial injustice.
0-77: After A Winless Football Career, A Former Running Back Becomes Coach
Michael Porter lost every high school football game he ever played in. And then he joined a lousy college team.
'Book Of Sports Miracles' Author Shares His Own Moment Of Near-Brilliance
Howard Peretz collected a long list of his favorite "sports miracles". He told Bill about his own near miss.
Littlefield: From Ballpark To Bowling Alley, Mookie Betts Does It All
Mookie Betts bowled a perfect game in the final qualifying round of the World Series of Bowling.
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'No Freedom 'Til We're Equal': Heather Hardy Fights For Women's Boxing
Undefeated boxer Heather Hardy found her home after stepping into the ring for the first time. Now, she's fighting for gender equality in the sport.
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Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
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