NFL Hall of Famer previews the Super Bowl, talks about the league’s collective bargaining agreement and tackles the “Rooney Rule” and the lack of GMs and owners of color.
Olympic speed skating champion talks about his new book, describes what it was like growing up the son of a Japanese immigrant and addresses what’s next in his skating career.
Pulitzer Prize-winning sports writer explains why he feels the world of youth basketball is an exploitative and lawless society.
Founder of the Tennis and Ski Channels explains why he thought a ski channel would be successful.
Tennis champion and author of Open talks about whether the risks of writing his autobiography were worth taking, the impact on his family and the legacy of his playing days.
Tennis superstar talks about her new book on harnessing your competitive spirit, Come to Win.
Head coach of the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints shares how he gets his players beyond distractions and to buy into the vision that ‘it’s not just about football.’
Soccer commentator and former player previews the 2010 World Cup and explains lessons to be learned from the sport.
Tavis remembers the legendary basketball coach with a re-broadcast of their conversation a few seasons back.
The Blind Side is based on a true story about a homeless teen who finds a home with a “well-to-do” family in Memphis. The film was directed by John Lee Hancock, based on a book by Michael Lewis and brought Sandra Bullock the Best Actress Academy Award. Does it matter that the homeless teen was […]