From Middlebury To NFL, Fort William FC, Arm Wrestling In Chile

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NFL veteran Stephen Hauschka. (Adam Bettcher/Getty Images)
NFL veteran Stephen Hauschka. (Adam Bettcher/Getty Images)

Vermont's Middlebury College is perhaps better known for its Quidditch team than its Div. III football team. But this week on Only A Game, the story of a Middlebury grad who's now an NFL veteran. Plus, the worst team in Scotland's lowest-tier pro soccer league needed help. That's when a local police officer on medical leave stepped in. And the story of a man who is trying to bridge the social class divide in Chile ... via arm wrestling. Join us!

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From Middlebury College To The NFL: Kicker Stephen Hauschka's Odd Journey
Div. III Middlebury College in Vermont is far from a football powerhouse. But that's where NFL veteran Stephen Hauschka's career began.

3 Stories: Youth Sports, Curry's Golf Gift To Howard, Serena Vs. The Umpire
"Burn It All Down" podcast co-host Amira Rose Davis and ESPN's Don Van Natta Jr. join Jason Gay.

'Anything Can Happen': How A Motorcycle Cop Gave Fort William FC A Big Lift
Fort William FC hadn't won a match in more than two years. Then Russell MacMorran volunteered to help.

Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Jason Gay and OAG analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the USWNT's discrimination lawsuit against US Soccer, and how a group of Little Leaguers mocked Craig Kimbrel.

'Living Two Lives': An Arm Wrestler's Mission To Unite Chileans
Class divisions in Chile run deep. Tomás Silva is trying to bridge them ... through arm wrestling.

This program aired on August 24, 2019.


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