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Super Soothsaying by Paul Attner
Paul Attner, or "Paulstradamus" as we call him at the palatial Only A Game offices is in Miami this weekend for the Super Bowl XLI between the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears. The Sporting News Scribe joins Bill on to discuss the game of games and perhaps give a prediction that might come true, finally.
A Midwesterners Dilemma
Most fans in Chicago and Indianapolis already know who they'll be cheering for on Super Bowl Sunday, but for some of those living between the two cities, it's been a tougher discussion. Joseph Kasko of member station WVPE in Elkhart, Indiana has our report.
The Smart Money
Las Vegas sports books will be humming Super Bowl weekend, the biggest weekend of the year. Many gamblers will win but even more will lose as the sports books always seem to come out on top. However, there was once a group of bettors called "The Brain Trust" that consistently beat Vegas to the tune of tens and perhaps hundreds of millions of dollars. Michael Konik's new book "The Smart Money" chronicles the author's time he spent working with the Brain Trust. Konik joins Bill from the studios of NPR West in Los Angeles.
Super Bowl Haiku XIII
Let's see... 336 hours of pointless Super Bowl hyperbole? Check. Twenty or so silly poems in the traditional 5-7-5 format? Got it. Sean Connery? Yes. Yoda? Check...what?
Super Bowl and More with Charlie Pierce
Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Super Bowl goodness, football concussions, and a very lucky poker player.
Berklee Ice Cats
Berklee College of Music lacks, among other things, an athletic department. Alumni are better known for their percussion playing than their power plays. But, that didn't stop the Berklee Ice Cats from beating cross town arch rival Emerson College.
This program aired on February 3, 2007.
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