This week on “Only A Game,” a forecast of the fight for Final Four good fortune. Also, the new wave of fancier fannies filling the new Yankee Stadium’s better seats, and a conversation with Jeff Pearlman about his new book, “The Rocket That Fell To Earth: Roger Clemens and the Rage for Baseball Immortatlity.”
This week on “Only A Game,” round one of hoops hysteria, and a conversation with former UConn star Mel Thomas, who must wish she was still a Huskey. Also, meet the subcontiental baseball players hoping to make it from spring training to the bigs.
On Sunday – Selection Sunday – college basketball fans will find out the rest of the teams that will be involved in the men’s NCAA basketball tournament…an event that will consume millions of sports fans from then until early April, when a champion is crowned. Bill Littlefield is anticipating the madness and its potential benefits.
This week on “Only A Game,” the latest from New York on the America’s Cup protocol controversy. Also, the Denver Nuggets climb to new heights after shedding their Hall of Fame point guard, and a conversation with the editors of “The Global Game: Writers On Soccer.”
This week on Only A Game, the Tennessee Titans hope to make their season the stuff of mythology. Also, cricketeers comandeer a Boston area tennis club, and a conversation with author Dave Fromm about his season of misadventures in Czech semi-pro basketball.
Bill Littlefield answers the question of how best to support the U.S. troops fighting in Iraq: give them the information they are missing.
In these days of basketball excitement that can perhaps only be adequately described as Vitalian, it may be hard for some to recall that college isn’t just running, jumping, shooting, and blocking shots while a coach roars.
Whether the men’s big dance will be diminished by the absence of the team from the University of Georgia depends on your point of view.