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CHAPter ONE: MSU's ugly win over Indiana, Michigan has Northwestern next week. MSU Punched their ticket at 7-0 for October 30th, will the Wolverines do the same?CHAPter TWO: This time the SOLions didn't even play a full half of football. How we did with our bets, and the GOOD NFL teams.CHAPter THREE: Pistons open their season tomorrow at LCA facing the Bulls. Will Cade Cunningham play?CHAPter FOUR: The Red Wings. What has jumped out about the Wings after two games?FITH CHAPter: Astros got demolished last night and both the ALCS & the NLCS are tonight
1. Red Wings opener Is it still too early to judge the Red Wings solely on stats and standings? Yeah, it is. But it's time for a look, a leap, and perhaps a little luck.In year three of the Steve Yzerman-led rebuild, they're taking a closer look at their young talent, and hoping for a leap. The Wings certainly will be younger, deeper defensively and presumably better, whether the record reflects it or not. The process has passed the weeding-out stage and is headed toward the finding-out stage, and it's time to push it a bit.2. MSU UM & CFBBoth Teams are 6-0 and heading for a showdown on Devils Night3. Will the Lions get a win Sunday & NFL week 6Lions 0-17?4. MLB playoffs & is Carlos Correa coming to Detroit5. BJ pick emSHOW LESS
1. Lions fall to 0-5; lose rags for seasonThis morning on Stony and Jansen Lions Head Coach Dan Campbell was done crying, but he went on to elaborate on the Lions only good receiver. Tyrell Williams was concussed in week 1 and its been almost a full month. But it is unknown when he will be able to return to the field.Per The Detroit News-Lions coach Dan Campbell said in his weekly interview Tuesday on 97.1 WXYT-FM that Williams is not close to returning from the brain injury that has sidelined him the past four games.“That doesn't look good right now,” Campbell said when asked about Williams' availability for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. “I would say that's off in the distance for sure.”https://www.freep.com/story/sports/nfl/lions/2021/10/12/detroit-lions-wr-tyrell-williams-still-dealing-concussion/6101219001/?utm_campaign=snd-autopilotDan Campbell is genuine. It's one of his most endearing qualities as head coach. There is no pretense about Campbell, no charade. What you see is who he is, and if you've followed the NFL long enough, you know for people in positions of power that isn't always the case. Campbell isn't the first NFL coach to get emotional at a postgame news conference, like he did after Sunday's heartbreaking 19-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. But the fact that he did, that he hurt so publicly for his players and a Detroit Lions organization that had a win wrenched from its grasp for the second time in three weeks, resonated in the locker room and with the fan base.2. How many NFL teams are better than the Chiefs?3. UM & MSU victorieshttps://www.freep.com/story/sports/college/michigan-state/spartans/2021/10/11/michigan-state-football-mel-tucker-indiana-preview/6090751001/Kenneth Walker III is also a Heisman trophy contender this season. 4. How much fun was cfb on Saturday?5. Jon Gruden out as Raiders coachThe NFL Players Association said Tuesday that it plans to request that the NFL release the remainder of the 650,000 emails reviewed as part of the investigation into workplace misconduct with the Washington Football Team.Leaked emails from that investigation that showed Jon Gruden used racist, misogynistic and anti-gay language led to the Las Vegas Raiders coach's resignation Monday night."We have had communications with the league, and the NFLPA plans to request that the NFL release the rest of the emails," NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith told USA Today Sports in a phone interview.NFLPA spokesperson George Atallah confirmed to ESPN's Dan Graziano that the union planned to request the emails. An NFL spokesperson told USA Today that it had no plans to release those emails for confidentiality reasons.
Segment 1: NFL Week4 Plus TNF. Bourbon Meyer pokes around. Digging up that VCU Football shirt. MLB playoffs, Gerrit Cole BSE, and Spirit Halloween sets up shop. Dodgers – Cardinals, cracking that fourth Arrogant Bastard Ale, getting rocked by the quad. 49ers, Seahawks. The Jimmy G injury train. Trey Lance, come on down! Fighting over AC settings. Packers – Steelers, Rodgers speculation, and the Bourbon Meyer trail delivers marketing opportunities. Big Ben's descent. Giants – Saints and Taysom Hill goes Beast Mode. Jets – Titans. The Stephon Gilmore trade that wasn't. Washington – Atlanta. Taylor Heinicke clutches up, an underdog story, and appreciating a fighter. McKissic balls out and another ridiculous roughing the passer penalty. Salud o'clock. The beach trip heavy handed drink making stalemate with Norman (yay Cher!). Segment 2 (1.12.14): The legend of Bourbon Meyer continues. NCAA Football round up. Kentucky – Florida. Jim Harbaugh can finally ship his pants. The Bills roll the Texans. Cardinals – Rams. The return of Brad Johnson's son - Maximus Johnson. Chiefs – Eagles. Andy Reid dap, penalty parties, and Tyreek Hill pops off. The Bills – Chiefs litmus test. NFL roundup. Ravens – Broncos, Vic Fangio gets salty, and working to take a record from the Steelers. Lions – Bears womp womp. Cowboys – Panthers. Zeke returns plus Sam Darnold rushing TD fun facts. Bucs – Patriots. Giving TB12 the business, doink time, and turning the page. Wrap up. Lab grown johnsons, IFL Science style. Rolling out with triple dong show musical shenanigans. A trip down the Internet memory hole of fail – the bang bang bang song. MP3 format, 10-07-2021. This is how we Brew it: Join the Brew Crew on Facebook @SportsBrew Twitter: vasportsbrew Find us on Podbean, iTunes, Stitcher Radio, LiveSportscaster.com, Amazon Music, and the Google Play Store - Key words: Sports Brew Cheers and beers flavored by Captain Morgan 100 Proof, Jack Daniel's, Coca-Cola, El Segundo Brewing's Stone Cold Steve Austin's Broken Skull IPA, Hardywood Gingerbread Stout, Bingo Brewing Oktoberfest, Fine Creek Oktoberfest, Dancing Kilt Headless Horseman Lager, Arrogant Consortia's Arrogant Bastard Ale, and the general deliciousness of beer.
https://www.detroitnews.com/story/sports/mlb/tigers/2021/10/05/not-spending-like-drunken-sailor-but-detroit-tigers-have-ambitious-offseason-plan/6004563001/ Might that scene play out this winter with one of the high-priced shortstops on the market — Carlos Correa or Trevor Story or Marcus Semien — seated between them?“Just the fact that it's possible, I think, means we're in a really good place on this date and time,” Hinch said.But here's the reality of where the Tigers are on this date and time: While it is encouraging they have the resources and the will to shop for high-end talent this offseason, putting all their resources into buying a $30-$40 million a year shortstop might not be prudent.“It's more broad-based than that,” Avila said. “One player is not going to determine everything. I think we have several needs that we need to tackle in the offseason.Avila talked about pursuing a proven, veteran starting pitcher and catcher in free agency, as well as trying to upgrade at shortstop.“Pitching is very important,” Avila said. “We've established three young starters (Casey Mize, Tarik Skubal and Matt Manning), but because of injuries, it's set us back a little bit. The injury to Spencer Turnbull is devastating, really.“And the injury to Matt Boyd, there's a decision looming there now going into the offseason.”“The resources will be there,” Avila said. “But I will caution you, this is not going to be spending like a drunken sailor. This is going to be a very measured process. We're going to make sure whatever decisions we make free agent-wise don't sink the organization for years to come. We want it to help the organization for years to come.” Avila, from 2015 through 2020, shred some $200 million off the payroll. Miguel Cabrera, who is owed $32 million each of the next two seasons, is the last remaining oversized contract on the books. They have salary commitments to just two other players for next season — $7.5 million to Jonathan Schoop and $5 million to Robbie Grossman.If want to pick one player who was emblematic of the Tigers' turnaround in 2021, pick Grossman. He signed a two-year, $10 million contract last winter and produced a career-year at age 31.On a team that had ranked at or near the bottom of the league in walks and chasing pitches out of the strike zone, Grossman was a season-long object lesson in taking professional at-bats.He walked 98 times, second-most in the American League.On a team that was trying to establish a culture of aggressive play, Grossman produced just the seventh 20-20 season in club history — 20 homers, 20 stolen bases.
The boys look to rebound from the worst week in show history along with many in the CFB world. Will Arkansas rebound or will it be Ole Miss? Does Scott Frost get his mojo back against Michigan and Jim Harbaugh? Tune in for all this any much more. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh watched Nebraska's win over Northwestern and said he saw a “team hitting their stride.” Have the Huskers turned a corner? Are they ready to knock off a top-10 Wolverines team in Lincoln? Hail Varsity managing editor breaks down that and more in the latest episode. A Hurrdat Media Production. Hurrdat Media is a digital media and commercial video production company based in Omaha, NE. Find more podcasts on the Hurrdat Media Network and learn more about our other services today on HurrdatMedia.com.
CHAPter ONE: Wolverines finally win as an underdog and MSU had a dicey game against Western Kentucky. Both teams are 5-0. Are they for real? CHAPter TWO: Looking back and forward at the AP Top 25 teams. CHAPter THREE: Dan Campbell has had some questionable decision making. is he going to succumb to SOLions?CHAPter FOUR: NFL week four pretenders & contenders FITH CHAPter: MLB Playoffs start tonight. Red Sox and Yankees are going for the AL Wild Card play-inIS BRIAN JELINEK A PLAYER HATER???With Pro Bowl center Frank Ragnow expected to miss multiple weeks with a turf toe injury, the Detroit Lions signed a potential replacement as part of their weekly roster shuffling Tuesday.The Lions signed rookie center Ryan McCollum off the Houston Texans' practice squad and placed outside linebacker Romeo Okwara on injured reserve with a torn Achilles tendon.McCollum started parts of three seasons at Texas A&M and went undrafted in the spring.
Jim Harbaugh's squad is headed to Lincoln for what could be the biggest game in Memorial Stadium since when? Steve Sipple and Sam McKewon debate what past games this week's matchup compares to in this week's Sip ‘n Sam Showdown. For the full podcast, subscribe at http://www.huskerextra.com/SnS. Support the show: https://huskerextra.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Regardless if they win or lose the guys aren't sure any major changes are coming to the Yankees this offseason, as for the Mets changes they are a comin', culture change, Jerry was then heard updating his face off, the Yanks are preparing to put their season on the line up in Boston, Luis Rojas is out, Justin Herbert & the Chargers strut their stuff on Monday Night Football at the expense of the Raiders, more from an apologetic Urban Meyer, Vic Fangio is not happy with Jim Harbaugh, the Washington Football Team have a run in with the DEA, Jason Garrett should probably be concerned and so much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode of the Doc Talk Podcast presented by the Rimington Trophy is a social experiment. Do Husker fans like hearing about the negative? Or are they more focused on the positive? For the past several weeks, the downloads of this podcast have been at record numbers. Of course, in years past, we always see an uptick in listens when the Huskers lost. But how about when they win? Well, Nebraska just played one of its most complete games in years. So will people take the time to listen to what Doctor Rob Zatechka has to say? We hope so because he has a lot of good things today, especially about the adjustments on the offensive line. Dr. Rob also digs into a couple of key statistics to the Husker's success against Northwestern. The key moving forward? I'll give it away, consistency. Up next for the Huskers, 9th ranked Michigan. The Wolverines are winning, and their head coach Jim Harbaugh is keeping a pretty low profile. Michigan's defense is stout, a will be an actual test for a Nebraska offense that appears to have found its stride. After you listen to the podcast, would you please give it a rating or a review? Why? Well, the more people that like this show, the more people will see it. Would you please support our local sponsors who help make this podcast happen? During this time of economic crisis, they need us now more than ever! Rimington Trophy Ticket Express Husker Hounds HuskerMax If you have questions for Dr. Rob, send them to email@example.com. Also, follow Dr. Rob on Twitter, @DocTalkSports. Would you please take a moment to give this podcast a rating and review? Your feedback helps more people find us. You can find us on all the major podcast distribution networks.
1. Lions Bears & NFL week 4 Justin Fields Struggles early this season....There's only so much sympathy you're allowed to have for a rival, but as a fellow quarterback, one drafted in the first round who weathered the storm of falling short of early expectations, Jared Goff feels the pain of Chicago Bears rookie Justin Fields after his tumultuous first start last week. And in explaining why he feels a young quarterback shouldn't be pressed into action too early — an assessment shared by another pair of quarterbacks selected No. 1 overall during a segment on "Monday Night Countdown" — Goff unintentionally makes the case for the Detroit Lions sticking with him as their starter in 2022, even if they do decide to invest in the franchise's future at the position in the first round of next year's draft. 2. UM & MSUMICHIGAN TAKES ON WISCONSIN MICHIGAN STATE TAKES ON WESTERN KENTUCKY Where Jack Harbaugh was a coaching legend 3. CFB top gamesALL THE ACTION FROM LAST WEEK AND WHAT GAMES STAND OUT FOR THIS WEEKEND!4. Tigers last few games. Trade Mize?'A win all the way around': Tigers' Casey Mize ends positive rookie year in loss to TwinsDennis Fithian breaks down if Mize is a future Roy Oswalt or Dontrelle Willis Casey Mize put a bow on a 30-start rookie season Wednesday night, going four innings in the Tigers' 5-2 loss to the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. He retired 12 of the last 13 hitters he faced after a rough first inning and ended his year by blowing a 95-mph fastball past Jake Cave.5. BJ's pick emBrian and Dennis launch the new PICKS SEGMENThttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bzSmlLq4U4
Jonas, Brady and LaVar wonder if this is the last year for Jim Harbaugh in Michigan. They defend Mario Cristobal's viral outburst on Oregon player Kris Huston, and explain how heated emotions are better than indifference when it comes to coach-player relationships. Plus, LaVar debunks an attack on him when compared to Chase Young. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Michigan football looked every bit the team it has been in the first half on Saturday, but the second half was some of the worst offensive football we've seen under Jim Harbaugh. So is that something to be concerned about or is it one game inside of a vacuum? Luke Ghiardi, Stephen Osentoski and Anthony Broome are back this week to discuss what happened and how to make sense of it. Also, weighing in on the quarterback situation and where to place "blame" for what took place on Saturday, why the defense bent but made a play at the end, and more. All of our Maize n Brew podcasts are available wherever you get your shows! Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Megaphone Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaizenBrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maizenbrewsbn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maizenbrewsbn Discord: https://discord.com/invite/vZMsMTF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
After three massive blowouts, the Michigan Wolverines played their first competitive football game of the 2021 season against Rutgers.And while Jim Harbaugh's team emerged with a win, did some cracks start to appear?Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr of BuckeyeScoop.com break down what they saw from the Wolverines on Saturday. - How concerning is it that Michigan struggled to run the ball?- Can the Cade McNamara-led passing attack bail them out if the run game isn't there?- How was Rutgers able to sustain so many long drives?- Can Michigan win a shootout if they have to this season?- How many sure wins are left on the schedule for the Wolverines?
The Detroit Lions facing the Baltimore Ravens who has it better than us? Tom Brady or Matt Stafford as the Rams and the Buccaneers face off. Major wagers is Michigan Michigan State Wisconsin and Notre Dame who is for real and who will not come up to the task. Also we find out that Dennis Fithian embraces and owns goats. This weeks episode of the Fith chapter we go over NFL week number 3 college football week number 4 we make some bold predictions about Michigan and Michigan state's upcoming matches.
Detroit Radio Personality Dennis Fithian breaks down Detroit Sports giving his opinion on The Detroit Sports scene. From 97.1 The Ticket almost everyday to Good Afternoon with Dennis Fithian this is now the exclusive Podcast of Dennis Fithian. The Fith Chapter is a Detroit sports talk and entertainment show from Dennis Fithian and Brian Jelinek.Week 2 NFL... Lions Monday Night Football Loss Plus and Minus... College Football week 3
Detroit Sports Podcast - The Michigan Podcast This week - After handing out another drubbing to a better-than-people-think opponent, Steve Deace says it suddenly appears there are no unwinnable games on the Michigan football schedule! Mark Rogers joins the program to play a game of 'Fake News or Not' on whether every big team is legit.
Gabe is back at Whistling Straits covering the Ryder Cup, and Chewy's got a lot of questions for him. Aaron Rodgers made his usual Pat McAfee Tuesday appearance and, wow, he has Jen all fired up. The crew discusses why it is that Rodgers feels like he has to keep talking. Plus, a golf trivia contest!
Alex Cook and Connor Southard join your host to look back at Michigan's win over NIU, give our big moods of the week, pick this week's slate of games, and go over the wild Buckeye Scoop story-turned-lawsuit. Topics include: SP+ rankings, getting the ball to the good players, MSU's September Heisman campaign, if Cade McNamara is the ideal Jim Harbaugh quarterback, the passing offense and the Big Ten's lack of good passing offenses, Donovan Edwards emerging, whether Michigan has the best backfield in the Big Ten, Rocky Lombardi's unshakeable confidence, the defense being too solid so far to accumulate big individual numbers, and why in the world a silver spoon baby would (allegedly!) turn into a fraudulent college football insider. Use promo code BUCKETPROBLEM for 15% off your first order at homefieldapparel.com, your home for the best, softest, retro logo-est, dunking mascot-est, most fashionable licensed collegiate gear you can imagine. Yes, they have Michigan—and Slippery Rock.
The Michigan Wolverines are 3-0 and the early-season hype train has reached typical September levels of noise heading into Big Ten play. It's time for us to pull apart the three victories over Western Michigan, Washington and Northern Illinois and find out what we've learned about this group so far in a critical season for Jim Harbaugh. Maize n Brew discusses this and more in this week's early podcast. We'll chat about what went down over the weekend and how it might have changed the outlook moving forward. Also, fans decided to bust out the quarterback debate again and if Michigan could be doing more in the passing game. All of our Maize n Brew podcasts are available wherever you get your shows! Subscribe, rate, and leave us a review: Apple | Spotify | Google | Stitcher | Megaphone Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaizenBrew Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maizenbrewsbn/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maizenbrewsbn Discord: https://discord.com/invite/vZMsMTF Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's a mega Friday episode as Aaron welcomes two-time national champion and now Hall of Famer Jay Wright to the show! The Villanova coach discusses the Hall of Fame, old school Big East rivalries, coaching the Olympics and his 2021-2022 Wildcats. Before that, Aaron does a deep dive into Week 2 of the college football season and discusses the Big 12's expansion plans, which could be announced Friday. Here's a rundown:Full Week 2 CFB Preview + Big 12 Expansion: Aaron opens the show by discussing an intriguing Week 2 college football slate. He explains why he's not sold on Oregon as they head to Ohio State (4:00) and why Jim Harbaugh has a must-win game vs. Washington (12:30). He then previews Iowa-Iowa State (18:10), Texas-Arkansas (21:00) and Missouri-Kentucky (25:45), before transitioning to Big 12 expansion. Will the league actually get the respect it deserves, with BYU, Cincinnati, Houston and UCF expected to join as early as Friday (31:30)Villanova coach Jay Wright joins the show: Next, we have a MEGA guest, as Villanova coach Jay Wright joins the show, as he gets set to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday (41:00). He discusses what the honor means, his best memories of coaching at Villanova and what it was like to coach the US Olympic team this summer. Then he talks old school Big East rivalries and his 2021-2022 which most people believe is one of the Top 5 teams in the country.
It's Thursday and we've got a LOADED Aaron Torres Podcast. Aaron discusses the single biggest Week 2 storyline no one is talking about, another epic Nick Saban rant and the No. 1 high school basketball in America, Shaedon Sharpe, committing to Kentucky. Then he makes his Super Bowl pick and chats with Aaron Torres Online NFL writer John Frascella about the season ahead.Marquee Week 2 storyline, Nick Saban rant, Super Bowl pick: Aaron opens the show by putting an interesting twist on Saturday's Washington-Michigan game - is this the biggest non-Ohio State game of Jim Harbaugh's career (4:00)? Aaron explains why he thinks the answer is yes. He then discusses Nick Saban's epic post-practice rant on Wednesday (12:00) and why it proves once again why he's the GOAT. Finally, with the NFL kicking off on Thursday night, Aaron makes his Super Bowl prediction (19:00).Shaedon Sharpe commits to Kentucky: Next, Aaron discusses Shaedon Sharpe - the top high school basketball player in America - committing to Kentucky (23:00). Yes, UK has gotten major commitments before, but Aaron explains why this is different, why it's a sign of the program getting right and why Kentucky might be ready for a "Revenge Tour" come this winter. NFL writer John Frascella previews the NFL season: Finally, Aaron Torres Online NFL writer John Frascella joins the show to preview the season ahead (38:00). John discusses the rookie quarterbacks, and why he's not sold on Trevor Lawrence going forward. Also his surprise team, Super Bowl picks and what's he's looking for from Cowboys-Bucs on Thursday night.Make sure to subscribe to John's podcast "Pickin' Pigskin Winners" here.Also, we will have a new episode of the Aaron Torres Podcast Thursday, previewing Week 2 of college football, with a very special guest.
Colin discusses a survey from NFL executives who rated the Cowboys as the 7th best team in the NFC and why this is bad news for America's Team heading into the 2021 season. He puts one young quarterback on notice for holding his team back from being a real Super Bowl contender. He also points out which premiere college football programs will likely be looking for a new head coach at the end of the season. Plus, Fox Sports College Football analyst Chris Petersen joins the show to talk about CJ Stroud's debut for Ohio State and if Jim Harbaugh can bounce back at Michigan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The best of The Colin Cowherd Podcast. Colin rants on why Cam Newton's NFL career could be on its last legs (1:56), the difference between Jameis Winston and Trevor Lawrence (4:50), and why Trey Lance is not ready to play for the 49ers (9:35). Kirk Herbstreit on Justin Fields' future, and what Jim Harbaugh needs to do to turn things around at Michigan (13:20). YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul on how he could beat Conor McGregor easily, and why Floyd Mayweather has been bad for boxing (24:28). Plus, Colin's go-to Packers insider Tyler Dunne on the "Aaron Rodgers Playbook" in Green Bay, and why Rodgers will be out after this season (35:47). Make sure to follow Colin and The Volume on Twitter, Instagram and YouTube for the latest content and updates, and check out FanDuel for the best wagering and daily fantasy action! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com