Homerun Record? Check. Federal Indictment? Check.
Bill Littlefield interviews San Francisco Chronicle investigative reporter and Game of Shadows author Mark Fainaru-Wada about the giant mess surrounding baseball's home run king.
Tough Choices For Student Athletes
Imagine having to choose between having an abortion and losing your scholarship. This has been a very real scenario for many young women and this year the NCAA took notice. From Indianapolis, Only A Game's Greg Echlin has the story.
One City... Two Tales
In just under five years, the Olympics will be held in London. Organizers claim that despite the mammoth costs of production the event will bring in glory and wealth. But as Only A Game's Karen Given found out, the same optimistic view point is not shared by all.
Win One For The Bills
The New England Revolution face the Houston Dynamo in their attempt to win their first MLS Championship in four tries. Will they avoid a Buffalo Bills-size loss and finally win the big one? Bill Littlefield and Sports Illustrated soccer writer Grant Wahl discuss.
Elissa Ely, a psychiatrist and writer, learns to appreciate the joys of a high school marching band.
Sexy Back and More with Charlie Pierce
Bill and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss: Justin Timberlake's golf tournament, A-Rod's New York state of mind and obsolete vernacular referring to marijuana users.
"Andy Roddick Beat Me With A Frying Pan"
Ever wondered why no hockey team has recruited a goalie so massive he could prevent a team from scoring by simply standing there? Well, Todd Gallagher did and he joins Bill Littlefield to discuss his new book concerning wacky sports questions.
This program aired on November 17, 2007.