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Bud Collins

Rain, rain and more rain has tried to drown this year's U.S. Open. But that hasn't stopped Bud Collins from finding all the best stories, on the court and elsewhere. Bill Littlefield talks to Bud Collins from Flushing Meadows.

Air Safe

As we approach the one year anniversary of September 11th, Wisconsin Public Radio's Chuck Quirmbach reports on a martial arts course for air travelers.

Info Break

Cow milking politics.

Paul Attner

Are you ready for some football? Or, err, were you ready for some football? The NFL season began a little early this year with a weeklong opening celebration. Bill Littlefield turns to Paul Attner of the Sporting News for an early season preview.

AVP Tour

Beach volleyball might be one of the biggest draws of the summer Olympics, but the sport's professional league has seen better days. Reporter Nick Roman reports from Los Angeles.

A's Redux

Earlier this summer, Bill Littlefield predicted the Oakland A's weren't going anywhere this season. Now, with a winning streak that's broken the American League record, they're still not a lock for the post-season. Bill Littlefield re-visits the story.

Charlie Pierce

Bill Littlefield and "Only A Game" analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the American's surprising loss at the World Basketball Championships, protests at Augusta, and the Diamondback's new "star" pitcher.

Shut Out

Bill Littlefield talks to Howard Bryant, author of "Shut Out: A Story of Race and Baseball in Boston" about the history and legacy of the Red Sox, the last major league team to sign a black player.

This program aired on September 7, 2002.

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