1. Pistons opener2. How do you feel about Stafford now?3.Who are the biggest villains in the backyard brawl (um v MSU)4. MLB playoffs 5. Announcers & picksMatthew Stafford says the fact that some Lions fans are excited about his success in LA is a testament to the kind of people that live in Detroit.
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
Indiana Hoosiers vs Michigan State Spartans betting picks, predictions and odds for their Big Ten Football showdown on Saturday, October 16 2021 at 12:00pm ET from Memorial Stadium in Bloomington, Indiana. Michigan State remains one of the last unbeaten teams in the country. Can the Spartans keep their run going against a feisty Indiana squad? Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this NCAAF Week 7 clash between the Hoosiers and Spartans. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Michigan State as a 5-point road favorite at Indiana, with the over/under sitting at 48.5 points.
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.
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.
What's the Spread? Episode 151 College Football Top 4: #4 Penn State Nittany Lions @ #3 Iowa Hawkeyes (-1.5) 4:00p ET #6 Oklahoma Sooners (-3.5) vs #21 Texas Longhorns 12:00p ET #9 Michigan Wolverines (-3) @ Nebraska Cornhuskers 7:30p ET #11 Michigan State Spartans (-5) @ Rutgers Scarlett Knights 12:00p ET Green Bay Packers (-3) @ Cincinnati Bengals 1:00p ET Philadelphia Eagles @ Carolina Panthers (-4) 1:00p ET Cleveland Browns @ Los Angeles Chargers (-1.5) 4:05p ET Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5) Sunday Night Football
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.
00:00 – 22:37 – Dan starts the first Colts Victory Monday of the season with asking for a positive day talking about the Colts beating the Dolphins, why running the ball consistently turned out in the Colts favor, and how the AFC South continues to be the division that gives with the Titans losing to the Jets, Texans getting whitewashed by the Bills, and the Jags going down on Thursday Night Football. 22:39 – 34:12 – The legendary play-by-play voice of the Indiana Hoosiers Don Fischer joins DD to talk about the Hoosiers getting shutout in Happy Valley on Saturday night and the issues facing Tom Allen's team right now. Fisch and DD also get into the quarterback position and the status of Michael Penix's health and confidence after leaving the game with an injury and what Jack Tuttle can do under center if Penix needs to miss time. Is the Indiana offensive line giving Penix a fair enough shot to get rid of the ball? Later. we get to the bye week for IU and preparing for the Michigan State Spartans. 34:14 – 40:13 – Dan finishes up the first hour with his thoughts on the situation at Ben Davis on Friday as the game against Carmel was cancelled due to gunshots fired behind the stadium. 40:15 – 1:04:44 – DD continues his day of positivity as he welcomes on our friend Sean Salisbury for a full Week 4 breakdown and how bad the AFC South is and has been. Sean explains that the division has good players on very average teams but with bad execution and the inability to consistently perform. Sean calls it the worst division in football. Sean also touches on the DeShaun Watson situation and if anything has changed with their thoughts on trading him, as well as Sunday Night Football in the Brady/Bill battle. Lastly, Dan asks Sean about the return of the running back in the NFL and what the Colts can be. 1:04:46 – 1:19:33 – IT IS TIME FOR DAN VS FAN! SGT Kevin Kendall rings in after tying with Dan on the Dan vs Fan contest at 3-2 each. Dan was able to tie things up last night with the Patriots covering +7. And the guys make a Monday Night Football pick tonight between the Raiders and Chargers to settle things. Later, Dan gets a very unique phone call from “Crazy Terry”. 1:19:35 – 1:22:29 – In a very brief segment, Dan gives his thoughts on the phone call from Terry and takes a call from a listener reacting to the call as well. 1:22:31 – 1:43:01 – Dan starts the final hour on Victory Monday by taking a call on the Colts Tight End situation and Mo Alie-Cox stepping up for a big day in Miami and reminisces on Eric Ebron in Indy and the boom or bust capability of him at times and how the Colts tight end situation needs some monster days. Later. Dan asks Brendan King who he thinks the best team has been in the NFL this year through four weeks and if Quenton Nelson will warrant a huge contract if he keeps on getting hurt. 1:43:03 – 1:53:59 – Do the Colts have a shot next week against Lamar Jackson and company in Baltimore on Monday Night Football? DD also reacts to the announcement that A-Rod will be on the call for the AL Wild Card game between the Red Sox and Yankees. 1:54:01 – 2:01:23 – DD closes out Monday by chatting with Brendan on the pitching matchup tomorrow between the Yankees and the Red Sox as well as who may have the advantage in the game. DD and BK also give their picks for Monday Night Football between the Raiders and Chargers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
00:00 – 22:37 – Dan starts the first Colts Victory Monday of the season with asking for a positive day talking about the Colts beating the Dolphins, why running the ball consistently turned out in the Colts favor, and how the AFC South continues to be the division that gives with the Titans losing to the Jets, Texans getting whitewashed by the Bills, and the Jags going down on Thursday Night Football. 22:39 – 34:12 – The legendary play-by-play voice of the Indiana Hoosiers Don Fischer joins DD to talk about the Hoosiers getting shutout in Happy Valley on Saturday night and the issues facing Tom Allen's team right now. Fisch and DD also get into the quarterback position and the status of Michael Penix's health and confidence after leaving the game with an injury and what Jack Tuttle can do under center if Penix needs to miss time. Is the Indiana offensive line giving Penix a fair enough shot to get rid of the ball? Later. we get to the bye week for IU and preparing for the Michigan State Spartans. 34:12 – 55:39 – DD continues his day of positivity as he welcomes on our friend Sean Salisbury for a full Week 4 breakdown and how bad the AFC South is and has been. Sean explains that the division has good players on very average teams but with bad execution and the inability to consistently perform. Sean calls it the worst division in football. Sean also touches on the DeShaun Watson situation and if anything has changed with their thoughts on trading him, as well as Sunday Night Football in the Brady/Bill battle. Lastly, Dan asks Sean about the return of the running back in the NFL and what the Colts can be. 55:41 – 1:06:30 – Do the Colts have a shot next week against Lamar Jackson and company in Baltimore on Monday Night Football? DD also reacts to the announcement that A-Rod will be on the call for the AL Wild Card game between the Red Sox and Yankees. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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
Detroit Sports Podcast - Open Mic Night This week - Noah discussed the Detroit Lions' heartbreaking 19-17 loss to the Ravens, and some positives to take away from the game. Plus: Michigan and Michigan State are off to 4-0 starts, can they sustain their success moving forward?
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
In today's episode we react to Nebraska's loss to Oklahoma and look forward to Saturday's match-up with the Michigan State Spartans. We also hear from you on the Runza reaction line! Many thanks to our sponsors: Central Nebraska Buffalo Web: https://www.cnbuffalo.com Twitter: @CentralBuffalo E-Mail: email@example.com Phone: 402-694-9866 Monte Rohde, Pinnacle Realty Phone: 402-770-3356 E-Mail: Monty.Rohde@PRGLincoln.com Web: https://www.prglincoln.com/agents/agnt/monty_rohde/ Runza https://www.runza.com
On episode 80 of The HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett and Kris Dunn come together to discuss hiring men to listen to you, generational wealth gaps and how money is dispersed generationally, and in-person HR conferences! Listen below (click this link if you don't see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow (Spotify)! SHOW HIGHLIGHTS: 1:30 - Tim and KD are together recording live in Miami! They are seeing the Michigan State Spartans football team take on the Miami Hurricanes. 2:30 - Tim found a new article that discusses a new phenomenon where Chinese women rent men to listen to them. 7:30 - KD wonders what the training for these men is like. He thinks it might involve some body language training, non-verbal affirmations, and listening skills. 10:30 - KD asks if a young Chinese man would rather go into an industrial career or this type of job. Tim notes that they want them to be college educated, pop-culturally savvy, amongst other qualifications. 12:45 - Recently an economic study found that 30 year olds across time and generations don't have any major change in wealth attained and acquired although, there has been a growing dissatisfaction with the wealth gap in the US amongst young people. 15:15 - KD mentions that he doesn't know a lot of Boomers that grew up with a lot of wealth or privilege and how our transition into a consumption society has tainted young people's view of the world. 17:30 - “Comparison is the thief of joy.” - Kris Dunn 21:40 - Tim recently went to SHRM annual and is headed to another SHRM conference with KD. Tim has noticed a small but vocal group on social media trying to stop people from going to these in-person conferences. 24:50 - Tim thinks it's brave of HR Tech to mandate vaccines for their in-person conferences since it's alienating about 30% of the potential audience. KD thinks that it's not brave because they were trying to maximize the biggest audience possible. 28:30 - Tim noticed that there were a lot of extroverts at the SHRM conference and that they were very engaged. 31:40 - Catch Tim and KD at HR Tech from Sep 28 to Oct 1!
Nebraska returns to Big Ten Conference action this Saturday, as the Huskers travel to East Lansing, Mich., to take on the Michigan State Spartans. Game time at MSU's Spartan Stadium is set for 6 p.m. Central (7 p.m. local time in East Lansing) with FS1 providing national television coverage.
Join Dennis Fithian and co hosts breaking down Detroit Sports live at 7pm or anytime on all podcast apps. Show notes gainzmedia.com/fithian The Fith Chapter consists of 5 segments focused on sports and sports betting topics. Follow @DennisFithian @Brian_Jelinek on twitterChapter 1- Lions a Train Wreck waiting to happen?Chapter 2- Around NFL week 2 Giants vs WFT TonightChapter 3- Are you more excited or concerned about The University of Michigan's Football team?Chapter 4- MSU 6 point under dogs vs THE UNIVERSITY OF Miami what would a win here mean for MSU Football?Chapter 5- MAJOR WAGER (WAY-JOR)SPECIAL GUESTS PETE FINNELI @KeepinTheScore... Produced by RobDiddy
The guys review the odds and then Brian makes his picks for week 3 in college football and week 2 in the NFL including upsets for the Michigan State Spartans, The BYU Cougars and the Bengals, Colts, Dolphins, and Raiders.
Detroit Sports Podcast - Doc N Jock Sports w/ John & Adam This week - Jock say's its official, CB Jeff Okudah is a bust, Doc has issues with the Lions coaching staff, Did the defense actually get worse than last year?Plus: Can the Michigan Wolverines succeed with a 1975 run heavy offense?
In the latest edition of Through the Smoke, we get to know the Michigan State Spartans. The No. 24 Miami Hurricanes will take on the Spartans this Saturday in a noon kickoff at Hard Rock Stadium. Miami (1-1) enters the game looking to click on offense while Michigan State (2-0) is looking to build on their strong start to the 2021 season. To get a better understanding of Michigan State, we asked Andrew Bell of the Press Quarters Podcast to give us a better understanding of this MSU team. What is head coach Mel Tucker all about? Who are the key players to know on both sides of the ball? What are the key match-ups to watch? David Lake and Bell touch on it all here. You don't want to miss this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Miami Hurricanes vs Michigan State Spartans betting picks, predictions and odds for their college football Week 3 showdown on Saturday, September 18 2021 at 12:00pm ET from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Miami had the luck of a special cat last week against the App State Mountaineers. What can we expect as the Hurricanes welcome a foe from the Big Ten? Direct from Las Vegas, our panel of professional sports handicappers look at the Vegas odds and offer their expert college football analysis on this clash between the 'Canes and Spartans. At the time of posting, the WagerTalk Live Odds screen is showing Miami as a -6.5 home favorite over Michigan State, with the over/under sitting at 56.5 points.
1. Lions opener JARED GOFF REACTIONS... 2. NFL week 1 MATTHEW STAFFORD AND MORE 3. UM win over Washington MAZE OUT4. Takeaways from MSU being 2-0 Kenny Walker slows down but Peyton Thorpe stays strong5. CFB week 2OHIO STATE DEFEATED AND EXPLOITED BY OREGON.... IS THIS MICHIGANS CHANCE TO TAKE THE BIG TEN. PENN STATE IN DEPTH COVERAGE BY PENN STATE BEAT WRITER PETE FINNELI.
Join Dennis Fithian from Detroit Sports Radio as he breaks down Detroit Sports with Brian Jelinek. Live streaming on YouTube Twitch and Facebook Live at 7pm Tuesday and Thursday. 1. NFL Opener, super bowl pick, a bold prediction, surprise team, disappointing teamTampa Bay Buccaneers Vs Dallas Cowboys DENNIS FITHIAN "Aaron Rodgers Can Go To Hell"2. How big of a week will it be for Michigan State Running Bank Kenny Walker III?3. Expectations for University of Michigan as they take on Washington this Saturday at 8pm."I wish Cade (McNamara) could have played the whole game or gotten more game reps as well, but that was our plan. It's just so critical for us to develop a second quarterback after going through our situation that we went through last year. ... We're very conscious of that as far as making sure we've got great depth at that position and developing those guys."4. Lions season's predictionWill Taylor Decker injury derail The Detroit Lions?D'Andre Swift will not have any restrictions on playing time in Sunday's season opener against the San Francisco 49ers despite missing the entire preseason with a groin injury, Detroit Lions running backs coach Duce Staley said Thursday.Asked before practice if Swift will be on a snap count in his first live action since January, Staley joked, "I'm very bad at counting reps.""If he's out there being productive, 'What number is it Duce?' 'Three.' It could be play 49," Staley said. "I don't know how to take (a productive running back) off. I get caught up in the game, he's going to get caught up in the game and every good player, every good running back that I know, anyway, once you start feeling it, you don't want to pull him off. We can count the reps Monday."Swift sat out all three games this preseason and practiced sporadically for most of August because of a groin injury that flared up at the start of training camp.Ex-Detroit Lions WR Calvin Johnson to return for Ford Field ring ceremony this falCalvin Johnson and the Detroit Lions remain at odds nearly six years after the Hall of Fame receiver played his last NFL game, but Johnson will return to the stadium he used to call home for an appearance this fall.Johnson is scheduled to receive his Hall of Fame ring in a ceremony at the Lions' Sept. 26 game against the Baltimore Ravens, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Thursday.Johnson has had an icy relationship with the Lions since the team required him to repay a $1.6 million portion of his signing bonus when he retired after the 2015 season.5. Major Wager
Michigan BLOWS OUT WESTERN MICHIGAN... Kenny Walker lights it up for Michigan State plus more College Football Wekk 1.. Fithian likes the pace Ole Miss plays at #Fast #uptempo.But is Penn State Legit or is it another Vale to confuse Brian Chapman?Spartan fans were loud from the start of Friday night's 38-21 win, with Kenneth Walker III's 75-yard, first-play touchdown making the presence of the pro-MSU crowd known immediately. So much so that Jayden Reed took a 15-yard celebration penalty for slapping hands with a green-clad fan in the front row of the south end zone after the score.The next step for Tucker and the Spartans will be their first actual home game in front of fans Saturday at Spartan Stadium when Youngstown State visits for a noon kickoff (Big Ten Network).Alabama solidified its hold on the No. 1 position in the USA TODAY Sports AFCA Coaches Poll, but the rest of the Top 25 looks a lot different after a compelling set of results from Week 1.The Crimson Tide looked as impressive as ever in their opening victory against Miami (Fla.). Alabama claimed 64 of 65 first-place votes easily retaining the top spot. The Hurricanes do remain in the poll, however, holding on at No. 24.Georgia vaults to No. 2, picking up the remaining first-place nod, after shutting down then-No. 2 Clemson in the weekend's marquee contest. The Tigers slip to No. 6. Ohio State moves up to No. 3 after staving off Minnesota in its Big Ten road opener. Oklahoma slips to No. 4 after struggling to put away Tulane. Texas A&M rounds out the top five.MICHIGAN RUNS WILD-Michigan football, which had no problems with Western Michigan in the season opener on Saturday, is second in the "others receiving votes" category, behind just Auburn. U-M's opponent for this week, Washington, began the season No. 21 in the poll. But the Huskies' loss to FCS Montana has knocked them off of everyone's ballot. Man The Fith Chapter has a killer Thumbnail for their live stream at 7pm… JOIN Dennis Fithian to discuss…WEEK 1 in College Football…. Is Kenny Walker legit? Michigan routs Western Michigan OVER UNDERS WITH RAAJ BUNDLES! Streaming tonight and on ever podcast apple afterwards.
CHAPter ONE: Lions had a VERY interesting 26-20 loss at Pittsburg CHAPter TWO: Starting week three of the NFL preseason. What are some big storylines to look at? CHAPter THREE: A Tuesday tradition unlike any other, Raaj joins us for Overs/Unders CHAPter FOUR: Tigers take two of three in Toronto and Miggy FINALLy got to 500 bombs FITH CHAPter: The Major Wager is BACK and some fantasy football tips
CHAPter ONE: What to look for when watching the Lions before they open their season against the 49ers at Ford Field on September 12th? CHAPter TWO: The ESPN Cover Story about Matthew Stafford. Jelinek wants to puke when talking about it! CHAPter THREE: Who's a better QB, Jared Goff or Jimmy G. Also, power ranking the best back up QB's in the NFL. CHAPter FOUR: College football is BACK! Week zero starts this Saturday! FITH CHAPter: Are we telling a story or making bets?
CHAPter ONE: Is Deep South Buckeye Kirk Herbstreit right that Michigan fans aren't as passionate as other B1G fans? CHAPter TWO: Michigan State has a 9:00pm kick in Evanston against Northwestern on Friday. Anybody else sweat when MSU visits Northwestern? CHAPter THREE: Lions preseason is over & Penei Sewell was the 6th worst PFF pass blocking grade out of all offensive tackles. Time to panic? CHAPter FOUR: A Tuesday tradition unlike anything else, our guy Raaj joins us for more Over/Unders. FITH CHAPter. Free for all. What are the guys going to bring up?
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network previews Friday nights primetime Big Ten matchup between the Michigan State Spartans and the Northwestern Wildcats. Pick Dundee aka (@TheColbyD) breaks down both teams and suggests just who you should be betting on in this Big Ten matchup. Will Hunter Johnson be the transfer that what thought he was? Will Anthony Russo or Payton Thorne get the start for the Spartans? Will Pat Fitzgerald have his Northwestern Wildcats defense ready to roll? Will Kenneth Walker be the starter for Michigan State at running back? Will Mel Tucker make it 2-0 against Northwestern? We talk it all on this special edition episode of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit SIGN UP for the $100,000 NFL Week One Freeroll EXCLUSIVELY on the SGPN app Download it today https://sgpn.app and leave us a rating/review. Support for this episode - WynnBet | PropSwap.com code “SGP” | Pickswise.com | Oddscrowd.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Former Big Ten Player of the Year Cassius Winston joined and shared what Year One in the NBA was like with the Washington Wizards, reflected on his favorite moments with the Michigan State Spartans and more. (2:20-17:05) Then, Big Ten Network Manager of Research Harold Shelton III joined and evaluated Illinois' Week 0 win over Nebraska before previewing a loaded Week 1 schedule in the Big Ten. (18:20-end)
Anthony Ianni was diagnosed with pervasive developmental disorder, a form of autism, as a toddler. And this was back in the early 90s, when autism wasn't really a thing anyone knew anything about. As a result, Anthony was told he wasn't going to succeed in school or sports, but he said “nah, I'm not gonna listen to that.” Instead, when he was eight years old, Anthony told coach Tom Izzo he was going to play for the Michigan State Spartans. A decade later, he was suiting up and winning all the accolades that come from playing at a prestigious school. Since graduating, Anthony has become an award-winning speaker, traveling all over the place (but the fun kind, not the illegal basketball kind) to share his story and inspire others. He's also channeled that story into Centered: Autism, Basketball, and One Athlete's Dreams, his new book (releasing September 7). Some have called the book a modern-day Rudy, but let's be real: Anthony is impressive enough on his own.
Episode 119 Live Michigan Sports Talk - Miggy's 500th HR - Detroit Lions / Angry Dan Campbell - MSU Season Preview - MSU Schedule Game - Betting Hero Segment - Michigan Beer Grade Featured Breweries Arvon Brewing Company New Holland Brewery Greyline Brewing
We have a little departure from our normal broadcasts, as Rick Gosselin, Tom Shanahan and Jesse Goldberg-Strassler gather to discuss their football books from August Publications.The three esteemed authors gather to discuss their books, why they decided to cover football and its impact on culture, and how they saw their books make an impact in the football world. Goodfellows, The Champions of St. Ambrose, showcases a true football glory story of guts and heart spanning nearly a decade. Through faith, fight and perhaps fate, the Giant Killers of little St. Ambrose High School rise as titans of their terrain and end up leaving a legacy millions of young boys and coaches aspire to but very few attain. St. Ambrose High, one of the most storied programs in high-school-football history, didn't even have it's own football field. But success pulsated from the three-story building in Detroit between 1957 and 1967, when tiny St. Ambrose produced five football All-Americas, 12 all-state performers, and future NFL players and Super Bowl champs. They were products of this legendary place where old-fashioned values reigned, where teamwork triumphed over individual glory, and where football was the glue of this community.The third edition of Goodfellows features a foreword from Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy and a new introduction from Detroit native, Michigan State University All-America and Pro Football Hall of Famer Joe DeLamielleure.It's a world filled with armchair quarterbacks, designer blitzes, the Hogs, and Purple People Eaters. The colorful language of America's Game—football—is the subject of The Football Thesaurus from broadcaster Jesse Goldberg-Strassler, now out in a second edition.Field generals throw back-shoulder passes to vertical threats, working off the bump and run. Penalties were originally signaled by horns, not flags. Tailbacks follow the big uglies to paydirt for a touchdown.Football is a sport with its own lingo and jargon – a colorful patois that's developed over the years and millions of games, college and pro, with today's broadcasters developing their own descriptions of America's Game. In The Football Thesaurus, a fascinating compendium of football terms, Jesse Goldberg-Strassler—broadcaster, storyteller, talker, voice—explains what football terms mean and how they came to be. When Jimmy Raye enrolled at Michigan State University in 1964, he did more than just enroll in a university hundreds of miles from his native Fayetteville, N.C.: he was part of a groundbreaking movement that changed college football forever.His story, as well as his Spartan teammates and coach Duffy Daugherty, is told in Raye of Light: Jimmy Raye, Duffy Daugherty, The Integration of College Football, and the 1965-66 Michigan State Spartans. History has not accorded Daugherty, Raye, and the Spartans proper credit for their roles in the integration of college football. Too many view Daugherty as recruiting a couple of All-American players from the South, winning a bunch of games with his 1965-66 teams and then having it all come to an end.All three books are from August Publications.
The Screen the Screener College Basketball Podcast 2021-2022 Team Preview SeriesHost: Mike Randle (@RandleRant)Guest: Chris Solari (@ChrisSolari) of Detroit Free PressGUEST DISCUSSIONOn this edition of the Screen the Screener Team Preview Series, Mike talks with Chris Solari about Northeastern transfer Tyson Walker, freshman Max Christie & Jaden Akins, and the Spartans non-conference schedule. SHOW NOTESEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @StheSPodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0r14k3YJBdOaT9Lz6RJTE
On this week's Future Brew podcast, Von, Stephen and Jon discuss the most recent addition to the Michigan basketball family — 2022 four-star PF/C commit Tarris Reed. Von spoke with his AAU coach, Anthony Perry, and Perry had something very interesting things to say about Reed's recruitment and game. He also discussed Juwan Howard and a person, and how that ultimately turned the tide in Michigan's favor in this recruitment. Later, we discuss how Michigan football cornerbacks coach Steve Clinkscale could actually be lending a favor to the Michigan State Spartans on the recruiting trail. Not that he is no longer at the University of Kentucky, Clink has not been recruiting the same types of guys, especially in the state of Michigan, which has helped MSU recently on the trail. 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
Luke Ghiardi (@LukeGhiardi on Twitter) and Anthony Broome (@anthonytbroome) continue the 2021 Big Ten Football preview and projection series with a look at the rival Michigan State Spartans, who MnB readers and followers ranked as the 10th-best team in the Big Ten this season. The guys discuss: — We have no idea what to make of the first year of the Mel Tucker era, did Michigan's loss spark another run? — Key departures/returnees — Expectations for this season — Schedule breakdown — Vegas over/under prediction We'll be releasing these episodes on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays while this series Is going on. Thanks to those who took the time to vote for the power rankings to help us build the schedule out for the show! 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
The College Football Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network continues its 130 college football team preview series with the Michigan State Spartans. Pick Dundee (@TheColbyD) and Patty C (@PattyC831) break down the Spartans results from a season ago and preview their current roster and hit on this years expectations. Will Mel Tucker bring back Michigan State to where they were with Mike Dantonio? Who will Michigan State go with at the quarterback spot? Did the Spartans win or lose the transfer portal? How fast will Scottie Hazelton be able to fix the Spartans defense? Is Michigan State elite at the wideout position in the Big Ten? We talk it all on this Michigan State Spartans edition of The College Football Experience. Make sure you subscribe to The College Basketball Experience at sg.pn/tcbe Follow - Twitter | Instagram Watch - YouTube | Twitch Subscribe - Apple | Spotify Read - SportsGamblingPodcast.com Discuss - Slack | Reddit Download the SGPN app - https://sgpn.app Support for this episode - WynnBet | UnderdogFantasy code “SGPN” | PropSwap.com code “SGP” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
[audio mp3="https://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/400/2021/07/07180250/TBS-07-07.mp3"][/audio] Alex makes the first two stops on the 2021 Big Ten Countdown to Kickoff. First, he stops in West Lafayette to preview the Purdue Boilermakers with Mike Carmin of the Lafayette Journal & Courier. Then, Chris Solari, of the Detroit Free Press, gets you the low down on Mel Tucker's 2nd year in East Lansing as Head Coach of the Michigan State Spartans.
In today's episode, we welcome back Matt Wenzel of MLive to preview this fall's matchup between the Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Michigan State Spartans. For more from Matt and MLive: Web: https://www.mlive.com/spartans Twitter: @mwenzel2 | @mlive Many thanks to our sponsors: Central Nebraska Buffalo Web: https://www.cnbuffalo.com Twitter: @CentralBuffaloE-Mail: email@example.comPhone: 402-694-9866 Monte Rohde, Pinnacle Realty Phone: 402-770-3356 E-Mail: Monty.Rohde@PRGLincoln.com Web: https://www.prglincoln.com/agents/agnt/monty_rohde/
We're talking a little bit of everything today as we were joined by some great guests to talk about some golf, Michigan Wolverines, Michigan State Spartans, and some Red Wings Hockey. In our first hour we played our interview with Ben Cook after his run in the PGA Championship this past weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lazarus Jackson (@lazchance) talked to Omari Sankofa II (@omarisankofa) about what the end of the Pistons' season, and Troy Weaver's comments during his last press conference of the season.That, in turn, became a discussion about collecting centers, covering an NBA team during a global pandemic, what nickname we should give guys who play for the Motor City Cruise, being beloved in Memphis, Hamidou Diallo opening some eyes, the much-improved social media work of the Michigan State Spartans, MVP ballots, the best quote Troy Weaver gave this season, who the Pistons like in this year's draft, agents getting mad about the Rising Stars Challenge, giving up leverage in restricted free agency negotiations, Dwane Casey feeling rejuvenated, Sada Baby concerts for 1,000 people, and much, much more.Follow Omari on Twitter, and read his work at the Detroit Free Press.
The string of bad luck for Sara Sigmundsdottir continues. Sean and Tommy discuss her latest setback and what it is going to take for her to make a comeback. They take a look back at 21.1 and discuss some of the thinking behind one of the score adjustments while looking at what is going on with the repeat workout that is 21.2. Plus, Tommy has a bone to pick with the Michigan State Spartans and Crazy Things We Saw.
On the heels of everyone learning that the Michigan State Spartans are sponsored, now, Keyshawn, JWill and Zubin take calls on what products should sponsor their favorite teams. Also, ESPN MNF analyst Louis Riddick comes aboard to chime in on Matt Miller comparing Trey Lance to Lamar Jackson and more. Plus, ESPN NFL Nation reporter Mike Reiss joins the guys to talk about the Patriots re-signing Cam Newton to a one-year deal, if it means they’re all in on Cam, and what their plan will be in the draft.
On the heels of everyone learning that the Michigan State Spartans are sponsored, now, Keyshawn, JWill and Zubin take calls on what products should sponsor their favorite teams. Also, ESPN MNF analyst Louis Riddick comes aboard to chime in on Matt Miller comparing Trey Lance to Lamar Jackson and more. Plus, ESPN NFL Nation reporter Mike Reiss joins the guys to talk about the Patriots re-signing Cam Newton to a one-year deal, if it means they're all in on Cam, and what their plan will be in the draft.
***We are less than a week away from Selection Sunday and you don't want to miss any college hoops action. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to Barstool Bench Mob. And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram @stoolbenchmob for the latest highlights, scores and news around the country.*** On today's episode of Barstool Bench Mob, we recap the final weekend before Selection Sunday starting with Sunday's slate starting with a big-time upset by the red-hot Michigan State Spartans over #2 Michigan (02:13). Does the win put Sparty into the field of 68? Also Sunday, Baylor continues their dominance, this time blowing out Texas Tech (05:57). How worried should we be about Texas Tech? We move onto Iowa's win over Wisconsin (10:14) and have a surprise postgame call from Hawkeyes' guard and recurring guest Jordan Bohannon (14:13). Rico, Marty, and Jake then touch on the Missouri Valley Conference championship and the return of Sister Jean to the big dance (26:00). On Saturday, Illinois took down Ohio State (36:23). Did the win secure a #1 seed for the Illini? And the Bench Mob gives Oklahoma State some love after their big road win over West Virginia without Cade Cunningham and Isaac Likekele (41:39). Plus - who is going to win the Big East tournament? The guys hit on Providence's win over a banged up Villanova team (47:37) as well as the tough situation surrounding Creighton and coach Greg McDermott (52:34). We've got two interviews this week. First - Preston Spradlin, head coach of the OVC Champion Morehead State Eagles, calls in from the bus on the way back to campus just hours after cutting down the nets. Coach Spradlin talks about how it feels to be the first team to punch a ticket to the NCAA Tournament, how the Eagles took down conference favorites Belmont and how he incorporates movie clips into his game film sessions (55:04). Then - we welcome Fox Sports analyst and former head coach Steve Lavin to the Mob. Coach Lavin talks about life as a head coach on both the east and west coasts, his potential interest in a return to coaching, and his favorite and sleeper teams to cut down the nets in Indianapolis (01:15:10). We wrap up the show with Marty's Duke Minute (01:54:22) and Beating the Buzzer (02:02:30).