The WNBA will have a new champion, and for the first time in the league's history, it won't be the Houston Comets. Clay Kallam of Full Court Press previews the title match-up between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Charlotte Sting.
Little League Scandal
Danny Almonte bested everyone he faced in the Little League World Series. But he couldn't beat the rap that he was too old to play against the kids he dominated last week. Bill Littlefield looks into the story.
Bill Littlefield discusses an unusual occurrence at the Canada Summer Games.
A historic first for a kicker in Jacksonville, Alabama.
Brown Trout and the Lunkers
Some fishermen catch fish. Some lie about the one that got away. Some just lay in the shade and pretend to fish...And some, as Only A Game's Gary Waleik recently discovered, sing about their passion.
Go easy on the back swing and don't forget to follow through. Golf instructions? Sure. But they work for horseshoes too, as North Country Public Radio's David Summerstein found out.
Bill fondly looks back at another summer gone, and looks forward to another fall of sports.
Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Replacement football referees, the heated National League pennant race, and an usual competition that has Rome buzzing.
We take a look at amateur car racing in Ohio. Only A Game's John Kalish talked to some of the members of The Sports Car Club of America. A club that has only one requirement to get in: A love of speed.
This program aired on September 1, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.