Show rundown for 12/7/2002Play
Tampa Bay Lightning
The Tampa Bay Lightning is enjoying its second winning season in its 11-year history. But, can it last? Bobbie O'Brien has our report from Tampa, Florida.
College Football with Ivan Maisel
The top college football teams, and they're fans, have battered away at each other for months. It's time to discuss the results of all that battering with Ivan Maisel, who covers football for ESPN.
Charity Ball Brawl
300 fans rumble at NFL player's charity fundraiser.
The Dohyo of Dreams
The ancient art of sumo wrestling isn't just for large men in Japan anymore. A group middle-aged working men who miss their days playing football or wrestling have built their own sumo ring, dubbed the Dohyo of Dreams in Southern California. From Garden Grove, KKJZ's Nick Roman has our story.
After months of speculation, the International Olympic Committee has decided not to eliminate Modern Pentathlon, Softball, and Baseball from the Games...at least for now. We'll talk to USA Baseball Executive Director and CEO Paul Seiler about baseball's close call.
It's been written that convening with a small ball on four miles of perfectly mowed grass forms deep and lasting bonds. Reporter and fledgling golfer Pippin Ross tests that theory with her 13 year old son.
Roone Arledge and More with Charlie Pierce
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: the death of Roone Arledge, Suzy Whaley takes on the players of the PGA, and Richie Cunningham's not-so-happy day.
Damon Runyon, A.J. Liebling, Jimmy Breslin, and even William Faulkner all have written brilliantly about horses and the track.
This program aired on December 7, 2002.