Bill Littlefield updates the latest news in Major League Baseball's attempt to contract two teams
The annual Army/Navy football game has been held for 102 years, but this year the game seems more important to both the players and the fans. Only A Game's Jon Kalish visited West Point and has our report.
Last week, we updated the men's college basketball scene. This week, we'll take a look at the women of college hoops. Mechelle Voepel of the Kansas City Star and ESPN.com joins us to talk about Tennessee and Connecticut (of course) and the other teams poised to knock them from the top spot.
Korean police officers put their best face forward.
The Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City are just two months away. Bill Littlefield turns to the Boston Globe's John Powers for an update on all the last-minute preparations and other Olympic news.
To prove that nothing can be easy for the embattled SLOC, the planned Olympic Rodeo Exhibition is now under fire from animal-rights activists. From Salt Lake, Beverly Amsler has our report.
Bill Littlefield dips in to the Only A Game mailbag.
Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: baseball's back in arbitration, Scott Brosius says goodbye, and Shaq plans for his next career.
There's no debate that in the world of women's hockey, Canada and the US are at the top, with the rest of the world lagging far behind. Bill Littlefield visits with members of both teams to find out why.
This program aired on December 1, 2001. The audio for this program is not available.