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Episode 12: 60 Minutes Sports

The first name in news magazines is now the last word in sports.

Inside the lucrative world of sports memorabilia; visit with NBA superstar Kevin Durant; plus, a look at the sport of sled hockey.

December 2013 Previewi

NBA superstar Kevin Durant is getting tired of being number two, an exalted, yet still second-best rank that's dogged him since high school. But to his Oklahoma City fans and the city's tornado victims, "KD" is number one. The Thunder's 6-9 forward talks to James Brown about his career, his mother who drove him to succeed and his new hometown, for a profile on the next edition of 60 Minutes Sports, premiering Wed., Dec. 4 at 10PM, ET only on Showtime.

Kevin Durant: Ready to Be Number Onei

Episode 11: 60 Minutes Sports

Unorthodox PEDs; building Alabama's Crimson Tide; fishing guide "Fly Girl".

Take a look inside Alabama's storied football program; find out how deer antler spray is being used as a performance enhancing drug; plus, America's fascination with fly fishing. Watch 60 Minutes Sports, Wednesday November 6th at 10PM ET/PT on Showtime.

November 2013 Previewi

Scott Cochran is the director of strength and conditioning for Alabama's football program. Find out how he's kept Nick Saban's Crimson Tide in better shape than the rest.

Built by Bamai

Fly fishing is gaining interest once again, for fresh and salt water game fish, and part of the reason is a woman from the Pacific Northwest named April Vokey. The young fishing guide has earned a worldwide following for landing the toughest fish to catch with a fly rod.

April Vokey: "Fly Gal"i

He bills his company as "Sports With Alternatives To Steroids" and pro athletes are using some of his products, but can the chips, spray and other stuff Mitch Ross touts as performance enhancing really work?

Mitch Ross: "The Deer Antler Man"i

Episode 10: 60 Minutes Sports

The craze behind fantasy football; 7 on 7 football; dangerous kayak race.

Go inside the craze of fantasy football. Plus, the true story - and the controversy - behind 7 on 7 football. Then, an up close look at one of the country's most dangerous kayak races.

October 2013 Previewi

The explosion of programs that showcase the country's best high school football players have become a growing problem for the NCAA. Armen Keteyian investigates the rise of the business of high school football talent evaluation.

7-on-7 Football Programsi

With almost 30 million players, fantasy football, an NFL-statistics-based betting game, has gripped the country. ESPN Fantasy Football Analyst Matthew Berry takes 60 Minutes Sports cameras into the world of elite fantasy drafts.

Fantasy Football with Matthew Berryi

Some of the world's best whitewater rapids can be found about a 15-minute drive from downtown Washington, D.C. on the Potomac River. 60 Minutes Sports captures the rush of extreme kayaking and its inherent dangers in a story about the Potomac's Great Falls and the tragic death of rising star Shannon Christy.

The Tragic Death of Extreme Kayaker Shannon Christyi

Episode 9: 60 Minutes Sports

NFL referees; rowing coach Harry Parker; Jerry Sandusky trial.

An in-depth look at the story behind the stripes - inside the lives of NFL referees. Plus, a profile of Harvard rowing coach, the late Harry Parker, and his thoughts on the rivalry with Yale. Then, go inside the courtroom for a breakdown of the Jerry Sandusky trial.

September 2013 Previewi

NFL referees Mike Carey and Ed Hochuli talk to Fox Sports correspondent Pam Oliver for a profile of pro football's newly appreciated stars and the jobs they do.

NFL Referees: "The Stars In Stripes"i

Harvard Crew Coach Harry Parker lost his race with cancer on June 25th, but continued his incredible winning ways until the end. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Parker as he nears the end of his life and his life's work.

Legendary Harvard Crew Coach Harry Parkeri

For the first time publicly, Frank Fina, Pennsylvania Chief Deputy Attorney General, and Joe McGettigan, the former federal prosecutor, describe how they built their case against Jerry Sandusky, exposing crimes that sullied the shining image of the Penn State University football program and ruined the reputation of its legendary coach, Joe Paterno.

Jerry Sandusky: "He Was an Icon"i

For the first time publicly, Frank Fina, Pennsylvania Chief Deputy Attorney General, and Joe McGettigan, the former federal prosecutor, describe how they built their case against Jerry Sandusky, exposing crimes that sullied the shining image of the Penn State University football program and ruined the reputation of its legendary coach, Joe Paterno.

Joe Paterno & The Sandusky Triali

Episode 8: 60 Minutes Sports

African American QBs; Samoa and the NFL; surfer Garrett McNamara.

The legacy of African-American quarterbacks that broke the color lines of the NFL. Plus, football in Samoa, and catching up with big wave surfer Garrett McNamara.

August 2013 Previewi

Two decades after Jackie Robinson broke pro baseball's color line the NFL still had no black quarterbacks. It was pro-football's open secret: the quarterback position was for whites only. A handful of pioneers began to change this in 1968 and four of them tell their humiliating and often emotional stories to Armen Keteyian about an unpopular chapter in the history of America's most popular sport.

The Black Quarterbacki

Episode 7: 60 Minutes Sports

LeBron James; Ignacio Figueras; Herbert Nitsch; Francis Ouimet.

On the next edition of 60 Minutes Sports: LeBron James, Nacho Figueras, Herbert Nitsch, and the U.S. Open.

July 2013 Previewi

Polo is one of the oldest organized sports in the world and its leading star, Ignacio "Nacho" Figueras, plays it with a style befitting his other role as the face of Ralph Lauren's iconic fashion brand, Polo.

Ignacio "Nacho" Figuerasi

Episode 6: 60 Minutes Sports

America's Cup; tennis doubles team, the Bryan twins; Secretariat's legacy.

High speed equals high risk. Has the new America's Cup become too dangerous? Plus, meet the Bryan brothers, the greatest doubles team in tennis and experience the history of the Triple Crown, horse racing's highest achievement, and the last champion to capture the elusive title, Secretariat.

June 2013 Previewi

On the next edition of 60 Minutes Sports, correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi gets strapped in for the ride of her life with U.S. Team Oracle as they prepare for the Americals Cup, a race that has been called "NASCAR on the water."

America's Cupi

Penny Chenery and famed jockey Ron Turcotte look back on what may be the finest thoroughbred ever on the 40th anniversary of his historic Triple Crown win.

Secretariati

Episode 5: 60 Minutes Sports

Horse trainer Doug O'Neill; pitcher R.A. Dickey; World Darts Championship.

Learn from R.A. Dickey and scientists why the knuckler flits, meet Doug O'Neill, the controversial trainer with another horse in this year's derby, and find out why darts in the UK have become a TV spectacle.

May 2013 Previewi

R.A. Dickey describes how he throws it, but it takes science to explain why his knuckleballs do what they do.

The Knuckleball of R.A. Dickeyi

Darts has become an international big-money sport and Mark Phillips talks to its biggest promoter, Barry Hearn, and Phil "The Power" Taylor, its top player. Taylor's winnings are in the multi millions of dollars and, at one point, he says, his champion's arm was insured for $15 million.

Why Darts Has Become a Massive Sport in the UKi

Episode 4: 60 Minutes Sports

Chris Berman; the Los Angeles Dodgers; golf course designer Pete Dye.

On the next edition of 60 Minutes Sports: go behind-the-scenes at ESPN as Lara Logan interviews Chris Berman, meet world-renowned golf course designer Pete Dye, and follow the L.A. Dodgers as they strive for a pennant. Catch the latest edition of 60 Minutes Sports on Wednesday, April 3rd at 9PM ET/PT on SHOWTIME.

April 2013 Previewi

A sneak peek of Lara Logan's upcoming profile on Chris Berman includes a look into the ESPN sportscaster's overstuffed wallet. Why did he squirm?

Chris Berman Takes Out His Walleti

Episode 3: 60 Minutes Sports

Surfer Garrett McNamara; obstacle course racing; free diver Hebert Nitsch.

Anderson Cooper profiles world-record-holding big wave surfer Garrett McNamara; and Byron Pitts goes all-out in a race designed to inflict pain on its participants.

March 2013 Previewi

Watch what happened when Anderson Cooper dared big-wave surfer Garrett McNamara to take a risky ride on a jet ski during his reporting assignment in Portugal.

Anderson Cooper's Wild Ride with Garrett McNamarai

Operating out of a Brooklyn warehouse with a 140 person staff, the most successful obstacle race operator is Tough Mudder. Correspondent Byron Pitts interviews the founder, Will Dean, and follows participants through the fire, ice, and live electric wires that have made Tough Mudder races legendary.

The Incredible Growth of Tough Mudderi

The founders of Spartan Race say their event changes lives. Pain and bruises build character. Watch a preview of correspondent Byron Pitts' interview with Spartan Race founder Joe DeSena.

A Quick Look at Spartan Racei

Episode 2: 60 Minutes Sports

Behind the scenes of Super Bowl XLVII; interview with NFL Films' Ed Sabol.

60 Minutes Sports takes football fans inside the event of the year with behind-the-scenes footage and a special segment featuring NFL Films legend Steve Sabol.

February 2013 Previewi

What does it take to pull off the world's biggest single-game sporting event? With unprecedented access granted by the NFL, 60 Minutes Sports will bring fans a rare look inside the Super Bowl.

Armen Keteyian on Going Behind the Scenes of Super Bowl XLVIIi

See correspondent Armen Keteyian's preview report for CBS This Morning featuring exclusive video from inside the Superdome and tune in Wednesday for the full story on 60 Minutes Sports.

Lights Out: Inside the Control Boothi

Episode 1: 60 Minutes Sports

Series premiere. Sports news. Lionel Messi, Lance Armstrong, Alex Honnold.

From in-depth reporting to compelling interviews... to get the whole story you need sixty minutes. 60 Minutes Sports premieres Wednesday, January 9 at 10 PM ET/PT.

January 2013 Previewi

Preview the 60 Minutes Sports interview with Travis Tygart, CEO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) who addresses claims that cyclist Lance Armstrong offered the organization of donation of $250,000. 60 Minutes Sports premieres on SHOWTIME, Wednesday, January 9th at 10PM ET/PT.

Travis Tygart on Lance Armstrong and USADA Claimsi

"He is 25 years old, and quite simply, the best soccer player in the world." He is Lionel Messi, the soccer phenomenon who recently broke the world record for the most goals scored in one year. Messi discusses his career with correspondent Bob Simon.

Interview with Lionel Messii

Behind the Scenes

What does it take to pull off the world's biggest single-game sporting event? With unprecedented access granted by the NFL, 60 Minutes Sports will bring fans a rare look inside the Super Bowl.

Armen Keteyian on Going Behind the Scenes of Super Bowl XLVIIi

Welcome to the Screening Room. When the reporting, the shooting, the writing and the editing are done, the correspondents and producers of 60 MINUTES stories have one more hurdle and it's the highest: get your rough cut past CBS News Chairman and 60 MINUTES Executive producer Jeff Fager and Executive Editor Bill Owens.

60 Minutes Sports: The Screening Roomi

Preview the 60 Minutes Sports interview with Travis Tygart, CEO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) who addresses claims that cyclist Lance Armstrong offered the organization of donation of $250,000. 60 Minutes Sports premieres on SHOWTIME, Wednesday, January 9th at 10PM ET/PT.

Travis Tygart on Lance Armstrong and USADA Claimsi

A sneak peek of Lara Logan's upcoming profile on Chris Berman includes a look into the ESPN sportscaster's overstuffed wallet. Why did he squirm?

Chris Berman Takes Out His Walleti

"He is 25 years old, and quite simply, the best soccer player in the world." He is Lionel Messi, the soccer phenomenon who recently broke the world record for the most goals scored in one year. Messi discusses his career with correspondent Bob Simon.

Interview with Lionel Messii

See correspondent Armen Keteyian's preview report for CBS This Morning featuring exclusive video from inside the Superdome and tune in Wednesday for the full story on 60 Minutes Sports.

Lights Out: Inside the Control Boothi

Watch what happened when Anderson Cooper dared big-wave surfer Garrett McNamara to take a risky ride on a jet ski during his reporting assignment in Portugal.

Anderson Cooper's Wild Ride with Garrett McNamarai

Operating out of a Brooklyn warehouse with a 140 person staff, the most successful obstacle race operator is Tough Mudder. Correspondent Byron Pitts interviews the founder, Will Dean, and follows participants through the fire, ice, and live electric wires that have made Tough Mudder races legendary.

The Incredible Growth of Tough Mudderi

The founders of Spartan Race say their event changes lives. Pain and bruises build character. Watch a preview of correspondent Byron Pitts' interview with Spartan Race founder Joe DeSena.

A Quick Look at Spartan Racei

R.A. Dickey describes how he throws it, but it takes science to explain why his knuckleballs do what they do.

The Knuckleball of R.A. Dickeyi

Darts has become an international big-money sport and Mark Phillips talks to its biggest promoter, Barry Hearn, and Phil "The Power" Taylor, its top player. Taylor's winnings are in the multi millions of dollars and, at one point, he says, his champion's arm was insured for $15 million.

Why Darts Has Become a Massive Sport in the UKi

On the next edition of 60 Minutes Sports, correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi gets strapped in for the ride of her life with U.S. Team Oracle as they prepare for the Americals Cup, a race that has been called "NASCAR on the water."

America's Cupi

Penny Chenery and famed jockey Ron Turcotte look back on what may be the finest thoroughbred ever on the 40th anniversary of his historic Triple Crown win.

Secretariati

Polo is one of the oldest organized sports in the world and its leading star, Ignacio "Nacho" Figueras, plays it with a style befitting his other role as the face of Ralph Lauren's iconic fashion brand, Polo.

Ignacio "Nacho" Figuerasi

Two decades after Jackie Robinson broke pro baseball's color line the NFL still had no black quarterbacks. It was pro-football's open secret: the quarterback position was for whites only. A handful of pioneers began to change this in 1968 and four of them tell their humiliating and often emotional stories to Armen Keteyian about an unpopular chapter in the history of America's most popular sport.

The Black Quarterbacki

NFL referees Mike Carey and Ed Hochuli talk to Fox Sports correspondent Pam Oliver for a profile of pro football's newly appreciated stars and the jobs they do.

NFL Referees: "The Stars In Stripes"i

Harvard Crew Coach Harry Parker lost his race with cancer on June 25th, but continued his incredible winning ways until the end. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Parker as he nears the end of his life and his life's work.

Legendary Harvard Crew Coach Harry Parkeri

For the first time publicly, Frank Fina, Pennsylvania Chief Deputy Attorney General, and Joe McGettigan, the former federal prosecutor, describe how they built their case against Jerry Sandusky, exposing crimes that sullied the shining image of the Penn State University football program and ruined the reputation of its legendary coach, Joe Paterno.

Jerry Sandusky: "He Was an Icon"i

For the first time publicly, Frank Fina, Pennsylvania Chief Deputy Attorney General, and Joe McGettigan, the former federal prosecutor, describe how they built their case against Jerry Sandusky, exposing crimes that sullied the shining image of the Penn State University football program and ruined the reputation of its legendary coach, Joe Paterno.

Joe Paterno & The Sandusky Triali

With almost 30 million players, fantasy football, an NFL-statistics-based betting game, has gripped the country. ESPN Fantasy Football Analyst Matthew Berry takes 60 Minutes Sports cameras into the world of elite fantasy drafts.

Fantasy Football with Matthew Berryi

Some of the world's best whitewater rapids can be found about a 15-minute drive from downtown Washington, D.C. on the Potomac River. 60 Minutes Sports captures the rush of extreme kayaking and its inherent dangers in a story about the Potomac's Great Falls and the tragic death of rising star Shannon Christy.

The Tragic Death of Extreme Kayaker Shannon Christyi

Fly fishing is gaining interest once again, for fresh and salt water game fish, and part of the reason is a woman from the Pacific Northwest named April Vokey. The young fishing guide has earned a worldwide following for landing the toughest fish to catch with a fly rod.

April Vokey: "Fly Gal"i

He bills his company as "Sports With Alternatives To Steroids" and pro athletes are using some of his products, but can the chips, spray and other stuff Mitch Ross touts as performance enhancing really work?

Mitch Ross: "The Deer Antler Man"i

NBA superstar Kevin Durant is getting tired of being number two, an exalted, yet still second-best rank that's dogged him since high school. But to his Oklahoma City fans and the city's tornado victims, "KD" is number one. The Thunder's 6-9 forward talks to James Brown about his career, his mother who drove him to succeed and his new hometown, for a profile on the next edition of 60 Minutes Sports, premiering Wed., Dec. 4 at 10PM, ET only on Showtime.

Kevin Durant: Ready to Be Number Onei

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The explosion of programs that showcase the country's best high school football players have become a growing problem for the NCAA. Armen Keteyian investigates the rise of the business of high school football talent evaluation.

7-on-7 Football Programsi

Scott Cochran is the director of strength and conditioning for Alabama's football program. Find out how he's kept Nick Saban's Crimson Tide in better shape than the rest.

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