One good shot, and a golfer can launch into the top ranks of the sport. And that’s what happened to Michael Tobiason Jr. in the US Open this June. He just hopes he will no longer have to sleep in his car as he plays the circuit.
Ramogi Huma was recruited to play Division I football and saw student athletes struggle to pay grocery and medical bills. He talks with Dick Gordon about what it's like to be a student-athlete, and whether they should receive stipends.
In 1974, Dennis Streets traveled with other college students to Leningrad. They thought they'd have a friendly exhibition game of basketball with their Soviet hosts. Instead, they found themselves being introduced as the number one team from the U.S. and playing against former Olympians. Dennis tells Dick why the mismatch was a game to remember.
A new documentary film called Racing Dreams recently opened in theaters. One of the stars of the film is Annabeth Barnes. She can't drive a car; the 15-year-old doesn't have her license yet. But she took her first spin on a race track when she was four years old.
Writer Ann Hood talks with Sean Cole about the mall in Warwick, Rhode Island. When it first opened, one mile from her home, it felt like an Emerald City. The mall ushered in her future and gave her a sense of confidence and curiosity. Yes, the mall did all that - and more.