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Davidson College famously produced Stephen Curry. But this week we've got a story set at Davidson that goes beyond Steph. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Davidson College famously produced Stephen Curry. But this week we've got a story set at Davidson that goes beyond Steph. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

The Davidson College men's basketball program is best known for producing NBA superstar Stephen Curry. This week on Only A Game, another story out of Davidson ... about the math-minded students who are helping the school's teams. Also, the story of the American Classic Arcade Museum. And while participation in most high school sports is down, there are a few exceptions ... like girls' wrestling. Join us!


Math Students Give Davidson Athletics An Edge
A professor and a group of math-minded students at Davidson have been crunching numbers to help the college's sports teams.

3 Stories: Sign Stealing Scandal, New WNBA CBA, Odell Beckham Jr.
Penn State professor Amira Rose Davis and The Ringer's Bryan Curtis join Jason Gay.

The Story Of The American Classic Arcade Museum
Gary Vincent founded the American Classic Arcade Museum in 1998. Today, it's the largest collection of classic arcade games in the world.

Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Jason Gay and Charlie Pierce discuss LSU's big CFP championship game win over Clemson. And LSU QB Joe Burrow offers his review of Cincinnati's staple dish.

Participation In High School Sports Is Falling ... But Not In Girls' Wrestling
Participation in high school sports is trending downward. But one sport in particular is trending upward.

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This program aired on January 18, 2020.

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