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Anne Comcowich, a sophomore from Hopkinton, was released from the hospital Monday, according to the school.
KPCC reporter Erick Galindo talks about Kobe Bryant's legacy and what he meant to the people of Los Angeles.
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Karen Given and Only A Game analyst Charlie Pierce discuss the Super Bowl LIV combatants. And, did y'all hear what the Florence Freedom just changed their name to?
Joey Mellows, the Baseball Brit, quit his job to spend the summer of 2019 watching baseball.
Deanna Hansson had the support of her community when she joined her high school football team. Turns out, not everyone agreed with her choice.
Anna says she has enough love in her heart for both teams, regardless of which Al is playing for.
Sports Illustrated's Charlotte Wilder and The Athletic's Michael Lee join Only A Game's Karen Given.
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New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning will eventually be inducted into the Football Hall of Fame.
Penn State professor Amira Rose Davis and The Ringer's Bryan Curtis join Jason Gay.
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.
A professor and a group of math-minded students at Davidson have been crunching numbers to help the college's sports teams.
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Participation in high school sports is trending downward. But one sport in particular is trending upward.
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Baseball’s sign-stealing scandal. We look at what’s fair and what’s foul in the state of baseball and sport.