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NFL Update with Paul Attner

The seventeen week NFL regular season affords no easily identifiable midpoint. So, this week, we'll check in on the league at the crucial week eleven juncture with Paul Attner of the Sporting News.

The 76ers

The year after they made an inspired run to the NBA Finals, the 76ers stumbled to 6th in the East last season. This year, the team has brought in some new blood, and we'll talk to them about whether their team can get back to the finals.

Yankees Dental Plan

Steinbrenner considers a cost-saver that bites.

Only the Strong Survive

Whether he's known as the NBA Scoring Champ, a criminal, a punk, or a malcontent, or simply, "The Answer," Allen Iverson is many things to many people.

Triathlon Dangers

Each year, thousands of amateur athletes sign up to compete in grueling 140-mile Ironman Triathlons. Now, some critics are concerned that more should be done to protect racers, a third of whom wind up seriously ill. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann has our report.

NASCAR and more with Charlie Pierce

Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Tony Stewart brings bad-boys back to NASCAR, Bob Knight sues his former employer, and Joe Paterno finds that voodoo is no help in college football.

National Jousting Finals

In Medieval times, jousting was a bloody battle between the strongest of medieval knights. Today, the sport has found its way into the 21st Century, with some new rules, as a sport to be enjoyed by horse lovers of all ages.

This program aired on November 16, 2002.

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