The latest from Only A Game
Bethany Ericson keeps showing up to the rowing studio, no matter what's happening in her life.
Zeke Cook took a semester away from Penn State to treat his severe depression. That's when he got a new running partner ... a donkey named Sherman.
Columbus native Morgan Hughes was a Crew fan from the beginning. He wasn't about to let his favorite team slip away.
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss the NBA's so-called "load management" controversy, the Chicago Bears, and The Monday Night Football Cat.
This week on Only A Game, the story of a donkey and a college student who helped each other heal through running. Also, a writer and artist shares her story...
Professor Kenneth Shropshire, CEO of the Global Sport Institute at Arizona State University, and The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Bachman join OAG's Karen Given.
According to official accounts, rugby came to Japan in 1899. But historian Mike Galbraith says the true history is much older.
Penn State professor Amira Rose Davis and Washington Post columnist Jerry Brewer join Jason Gay.
Jason Gay and Charlie Pierce discuss the NCAA's decision to allow college athletes to profit from their names, images and likenesses, plus Halloween costumes.
Even after losing her leg at 9 years old, Lacey Henderson didn't consider herself disabled. Now she's representing the physically disabled community through sports — and a new podcast.
After losing her right leg at the age of 9, Lacey Henderson says she was in "disability denial." This week on Only A Game, how Henderson came to accept her...
Sports columnist Leigh Montville experienced ESPN for the first time in April of 1981. The 24/7 coverage held him captive.
The NBA officially recognizes 1946 as its birth year. But sports historians say the league was actually born in 1949.
New York Magazine contributing editor Will Leitch and Lindsay Gibbs, sports reporter and co-host of the 'Burn It All Down' podcast, join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss the LA Clippers' fast start, good Verlander/bad Verlander and a Russian hockey coach's fiery threat.
Jack Wedge is a hotel worker in Prince Edward Island, Canada. A while back, he found himself trying to do something no human had done before...
Ultrarunner Dave Mackey had his leg amputated after an accident. Fourteen months later, he lined up for another ultra.
The NBA says its first game was played Nov. 1, 1946. But history suggests a different date. This week on Only A Game, a look back at the origin of...
Karen Given and Charlie Pierce discuss the Washington Nationals' "Baby Shark" craze, MLB's juiced vs. dead ball debate, and Lee Ann Walker's new LPGA record.
The Athletic's Michael Lee and Sports Illustrated's Charlotte Wilder join Only A Game's Karen Given.