Stories from this broadcast: Belichick Vs. Carroll: Two Coaching Styles Clash At Super Bowl; Seattle Seahwaks Secondary: More Than ‘Fine’; After Recovering From Health Scare, Vinovich Will Ref First Super Bowl; Madison Keys: America’s Next Tennis Star?; ‘Mr. Cub:’ One Newspaperman’s Encounter With Ernie Banks; ‘The Fall Line’ Explores The U.S. Ski Team’s Dominance At 2010 Olympics; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; The Best Ever? NHL Goalie Martin Brodeur Retires; Super Bowl Haiku XXI
Stories from this broadcast: ‘Deflate-Gate’ And The Psychology Of Cheating In Sports; Bud Selig’s Legacy As Commissioner Of Major League Baseball; With Max Scherzer, Are Nationals World Series Favorites?; Advice For Coach K: High School Coach Remembers Her 1,000th Win; PGA Champions Tour, Golf’s Senior Circuit, Turns 35; For Some Former NFL Players, ‘Life After Football’ Can Be Uncertain; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; A Pioneering Basketball Coach And MLK’s Priceless Speech; Fat Bikes: The Winter Sport Of The Future?
The NFL has determined 11 of the 12 footballs used by the New England Patriots during their AFC Championship victory were underinflated, ESPN reports. Only A Game's Doug Tribou looks at the "lighter" side of the controversy.
Stories from this broadcast: AFC Championship Preview: Colts Vs. Patriots; Packers Get Another Crack At Seahawks In NFC Championship; The Ohio State Buckeyes: The $1 Billion Team?; MLB’s Antitrust Status Remains After Almost A Century; How Far Can The Washington Wizards Go?; ‘The QB’ Joins The Search For The Next Great NFL Quarterback; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; Can I Put My Gold Medal On My Resume? Life After The Olympics; Ice Climbing Festival Breathes Life Into Ouray, Colorado