(Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images North America) By @EvanPetzold On a 45-degree overcast night at Comerica Park, Marco Scutaro ripped a one-run line drive single to center field off Phil Coke in the 10th inning, which proved to be the
Stan Van Gundy has been let go as Head Coach and President of Basketball Operations. There are some good candidates out there to fill the position. (4:02) Matt recently watched Bull Durham so he quizzes guest Tony
By @EvanPetzold Not one, but two, losses were brought upon the Detroit Pistons staff with the recent firing of head coach and president of basketball operations Stan Van Gundy. Thus meaning the Pistons now have two roles
NBA PLAYOFFS are in full swing. The guys react, talk Donovan Mitchell’s unfortunate rise in Utah for Pistons fans, and Tom Gores has mixed feelings about SVG. (3:27) Former MSU linebacker Chris Frey took a shot at
The 2018 schedule for the Lions has been announced. What you need to know with the 16-game slate. The NFL Draft is on the horizon. What are the needs for the Lions this year and who might
Stan Van Gundy says tanking shows a “lack of respect” to fans. Yet the Pistons philosophy has seen them miss the playoffs in back-to-back seasons. Much like the Red Wings over the last two years. And there
Loons Field Manager John Shoemaker helps us preview the upcoming season. Michigan Golf Live’s Bill Hobson joins the guys to talk The Masters & his upcoming golf season. And we get you ready for the weekend &
Michigan is going for its 2nd national championship in school history this weekend. Tigers have their Opening Day a day late at Comerica Park. The 2018 season for the Loons is fast approaching.
Some think Michigan has now surpassed MSU as the better basketball program. Do Brad & Matt agree? The Lions have had plenty of roster turnover since NFL Free Agency opened. The guys recap what was a fun
Our coverage of Saginaw Valley League basketball has come to a close. Matt & Brad take a look back at the night for Carman-Ainsworth against Carman-Ainsworth & offer some parting thoughts looking back on the 2017-18.