MLB Playoff Update
Bill Littlefield offers the latest scores in the Major League Baseball Playoffs.
Hockey Returns with Helene Elliott
The good news is that the National Hockey League is back. The bad news is that the television audience the league is counting on apparently hasn't heard the good news. We'll speak with Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times.
Stanley Comes Home
It's been 16 long months since the Tampa Bay Lightning won the 2004 Stanley Cup. Still, the loss of the 2004-2005 season did not dampen the spirits of fans in that relatively new hockey market. Bobbie O'Brien of member station WUSF in Tampa has our report.
Dumb and Dumber in the NFL
The Green Bay Packers' excuse for their dismal record.
San Antonio Saints?
After a decade of trying to convince the NFL that the league should remember the Alamo City when it expands or relocates one of its franchises, San Antonio is readier than ever to prove it should have its own permanent team. Only A Game's Martha Bebinger was at last weekend's New Orleans Saints "home game" in San Antonio, and has our report.
Chicago Sky Brain Trust
The Chicago Sky, the WNBA's most recent expansion team, will be playing games next summer at the UIC Pavilion. Bill Littlefield meets with Bill Cowens, Sky coach and NBA Hall of Famer, Sky President and CEO Margaret Stender, and team owner Michael Alter.
MLB and More with Charlie Pierce
Bill Littlefield and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Charlie's aesthetically pleasing fall classic, Wayne Gretzky's new role as a loser, and Martha Stewart's athletic adventure.
Jeremy Bloom Seeks Higher Ground
Bill LIttlefield talks with Jeremy Bloom, the co-narrator and featured skier in "Warren Miller's Higher Ground," a new film about extreme skiing.
This program aired on October 8, 2005.