Stories from this broadcast: Michael Sam, Women's World Cup And The NBA's Foul Problem; Sport Is Politics For 73-Year-Old FC Barcelona Fan; American Pharoah Could Win Triple Crown ... But Won't Save Racing; Can A Love Of Horse Racing And A Love Of Animals Co-Exist?; '(Dis)Honesty' Explores Why People — And Athletes — Cheat; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; 'League Of Outsider Baseball' And The Sino-Japanese War; Competitive Hoop Rolling: A Wellesley College Tradition
Stories from this broadcast: Deflate-Gate: The NFL's Master Stroke In Self-Promotion?; Denise McCluggage: The First Lady Of Racing; Isiah Thomas Named President Of WNBA's Liberty. Wait, What?; Was Baseball Great Ty Cobb Really A Racist? New Biography Says No; Penn Athlete's Life And Death Inspires Social Media Movement; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; Teams Honoring The Military: Feel Good Moment ... For Sale?; 'Yiddish Fight Club' And A 600-Pound Jewish Wrestler
As Concussion Crisis Mounts, NFL Turns To ... Cardiology Specialist?
Dr. Elizabeth Nabel, president of Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital, was recently appointed the National Football League's chief medical adviser. Bill Littlefield looks at the implications of the move.
Stories from this broadcast: Catching Up With A Lovable Loser: Zippy Chippy; Powerlifter Not Daunted By Down Syndrome; Baseball Isn't Just for Boys Anymore; Ottawa Honors Wrong Jack Purcell; Team IMPACT Helps Kids Find Joy During Illness; 'A Home Run For Bunny' Tells Inspiring Tale; Ancient Game Of Lawn Bowls Adds New Chapter In Glasgow; Why We Stopped Avoiding Clichés...Like The Plague
Stories from this broadcast: Citing Fan Safety, Baltimore Orioles Close Stadium; Cavs' Blatt Took Unusual — And Occasionally Dangerous — Route To NBA; Commentary: Sports By The Numbers; Why A $1 Billion Weekend Won't Save Boxing; Former English Teacher Explores MMA Life "In The Cage"; Sand Volleyball's Popularity Spikes Upward; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; Rocky Balboa, Hall of Famer? Voting Underway For Fictitious Athlete Hall Of Fame; Documentary 'Bounce' Uncovers Origins Of Our Favorite Sports
Stories from this broadcast: Steve Ballmer, 'The Most Normal $24 Billion Owner,' Lets Loose In L.A.; With Falling Numbers, Black College Basketball Coaches Form New Group; In Div. I, Small Gains For Female Athletic Directors; Making Sense Of The NFL's Concussion Settlement; Meet Joe Linta, An NFL Agent In Search Of Overlooked Prospects; In 'Natural Born Heroes,' McDougall Leaps Into Parkour; French Swimmer Leveaux's Autobiography Stirs Up Controversy; Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports; April 17, 1979: The Night Only 250 Fans Showed Up In Oakland; The Annapolis Cup: Drinks, Dancing And, Oh Yeah, Croquet