A Texas Rangers fan waits to enter Rangers Ballpark in Arlington before game 4 of the World Series Sunday, October 31st, 2010 in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

It is Week 9 of the NFL football season and Team 3 of the year for new Titans wide receiver Randy Moss. Bill and CBSSports.com’s Gregg Doyel discuss Moss’s journey through the league and more from around the NFL.

Dallas Cowboys star quarterback Tony Romo has a broken collarbone and his team has the worst record in the NFC. The Texas Rangers were soundly defeated in the World Series and their ace, Cliff Lee, may be on his way out of town. But Dallas sports fans won’t let that bring their spirits down. Only A Game’s Karen Given reports from Arlington, Texas.

The college basketball season begins this week. Bill asks ESPN.com’s Pat Forde if we’ll see the same cast of characters making the trip to the Final Four in Houston or if there’s a team that can pull a Butler-esque surprise.

With football players constantly getting bigger, stronger, and faster, an average-sized young man has to be either fearless or insane to try out for his college’s varsity team. Only A Game’s Doug Tribou reports on sprint football, a version of the game built for lighter players.

Bill looks inside Only A Game’s Electronic Mailbag to respond to listeners’ questions and comments from the previous week.

Charlie Pierce weighs in on the controversy surrounding Auburn Heisman Trophy hopeful Cam Newton and the rest of the week’s sports news.

Annika Sorenstam
won ten LPGA majors and eight Player of the Year awards before retiring in 2008 at the age of 37. Bill catches up with the hall-of-famer to find out about her life after golf.