Final Four with Pat Forde
Pat Forde of the Louisville Courier-Journal offers a Final Four prediction or two from the site of this year's madness, New Orleans.
Marquette Makes it Big...Again
Riding on the wings of a brand new nickname, the Golden Eagles of Marquette University have made the Final Four for the first time since 1977. Chuck Quirmbach of Wisconsin Public Radio has our story.
High Altitude Weight Loss Plan
On the "Roof of the World," weight loss has never been so easy.
Anger at Augusta
The 2003 Masters Tournament starts on Thursday. As always, Augusta National Golf Club will host the prestigious event. But this year, along with the familiar images of blooming azaleas, immaculate fairways and Tiger clad in green, Masters viewers and participants will witness protests over Augusta's policy prohibiting female membership. "Only A Game'"'s Karen Russo has the story.
Iraqi Olympics Allegations
Earlier this week, U.S. war planes attacked what would be considered, under normal circumstances, an unlikely military target... the Iraqi National Olympic Committee headquarters. According to former athletes and officials, the building also housed a 30 cell prison where Uday Hussein detained and tortured athletes. We'll talk with ESPN.com's Tom Farrey, who has penned a series of articles on the allegations against Saddam's older son.
Bill Littlefield examines the growing number of protests taking place in the sports world and beyond.
Bill Littlefield reads some letters from the Only A Game mailbag.
Bill's Excellent Adventure
A couple of weeks ago, on a makeshift stage in a sporting goods store, the Boston Breakers began their search for a new public address announcer. Never one to shirk from a challenge, Bill Littlefield joined the fray.
This program aired on April 5, 2003.