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U.S. Figure Skating Championships

The Boston Globe's John Powers will check in from the United States Figure Skating Championships, the last competition before next month's Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.

Army Athletes

Some athletes may have to give up their sneakers for combat boots in order to join the fight against terrorism. Nancy Greenleese looks at some of the soldier-athletes in the US Army's World Class Athlete Program as they look to take on a challenge bigger than attaining Olympic gold.

Info Break

Bin Laden is everywhere in Salt Lake City.


Contraction is not just for baseball anymore. The MLS has just dropped its two Florida teams. Bill talks to Stuart Miller of the Sports Business Journal about other leagues that want to cut teams to solve their money problems.

Skins Plate

Dale Atkeson is a California man who celebrates his NFL playing days in Washington D.C. with a controversial license plate that the Department of Motor Vehicles wants to give the boot. Bill talked to Mr. Atkeson who joins us from his home in Manhattan Beach.

Sports Dweebs

Two baseball geeks get together to talk about who should be in the hall of fame.

Charlie Pierce

Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: wild card weekend, a bomb in Berlin and a new hire at Dairy Queen.

Squash Championships

For many of us, the sport of Squash may need an introduction. For those who do, Bill Littlefield has this report from the fast-paced game's US Open Championships in Boston.

This program aired on January 12, 2002. The audio for this program is not available.

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