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Korey Stringer

Being tough in football is essential. Being tough can make you an All-Pro. It can also make you dead. That is what happened to offensive lineman Korey Stringer, who died this week from heat stroke. Bill Littlefield delves into what happened to Stringer and how it could have been prevented.

Clay Kallam

Playoff time for the WNBA is fast approaching and for once the Houston Comets are not the favorites to win it all. Clay Kallam of CBS Sportsline gives his analysis of the upcoming post-season.

Info Break

Bill Littlefield looks into the proposed altering of the Canadian national anthem.

Canadian Baseball Hall Of Fame

KNAU's Mitch Teich visits the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame, which is, of course, in Canada, a country that's trying to get re-energized about the game.

Canadian Bats

The Louisville Slugger company has the baseball bat market cornered, but one Canadian bat maker is gaining ground with his new maple timber. Only A Game's Dave Naylor reports. Check out


Jeff Kelley Lowenstein shares something he and Tour De France champion Lance Armstrong have in common.

Charlie Pierce

Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the death of Korey Stringer, baseball trades, and Wilt Chamberlain's house.

Ali Museum

Only A Game's Monica Brady reports from Louisville, where fans of Muhammad Ali are trying to build a museum to honor boxing's greatest icon.

This program aired on August 4, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.

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