Michigan State men's basketball kicks off tonight and will do a little preview of the team. The Detroit Lions look to take control of the NFC North this weekend as they visit the Bears. Al and Matt will discuss what to look for in this game as well.
Al chats with East Lansing High School boys basketball coach Steve Finamore about the upcoming season and he gets his thoughts on the NBA and Michigan State basketball. Al and Matt continue their discussion about Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin.
Jeremy Sampson is the owner of the new Lansing minor soccer league. Al talks with him about why he decided to make this decision and what goals lay ahead. Al and the team will also discuss Pistons and Richie Incognito.
The Michigan State men's basketball team finished the pre-season with a win over Indiana PA. Al and Matt talk about the game and you'll hear from coach Izzo as well. U of M offensive lineman Taylor Lewan apologizes and Al and Matt discuss if he should be suspended. Richie Incognito has said some terrible things and Al and Matt discuss why he should be banned from the league.
In our Halloween special, well, at least from the music perspective, Al and Matt will discuss the Red Sox winning the World Series. They will also discuss the Pistons opening season win. You'll also hear from a Yahoo writer who gives his top 25 fight songs of all time.
You'll hear Michigan State women's basketball coach Suzy Merchant talk about this upcoming season and hear from some of the players as well. Al and Matt also give their picks for this weekends football games.
Al and Matt discuss the terrible situation the football team is dealing with at Grambling State. They also discuss whether or not Brett Farve could be a reliable quarterback for the St. Louis Rams. It's also Throwback Thursday!
Al and the crew went to the Michigan State basketball media day yesterday to hear what Tom Izzo and the players had to say about the upcoming season. They also discuss Michigan State football and whether or not a 91-0 rout in a football game is a form of "bullying".
Al and Matt discuss and UofM and Indiana game along with a slight preview of the Michigan State men's basketball team. It's also Top 5 Tuesday and this weeks topic is the top 5 games played at Spartan stadium.
Al sits down with Michigan State soccer player Adam Montague to discuss the fantastic season the team is having. Al also chats with ESPN columnist and author, Gregg Easterbrook about college and high school football. Al and Matt also talk Tiger's!
Former Michigan State football player Otis Wiley joins Al in studio to discuss life outside of football and to reflect on his time here at Michigan State. Al and the team also discuss the Tiger's win over the A's.
John U. Bacon, best selling author and award winning speaker, joins Al to discuss his new book Fourth and Long: The Fight for the Soul of College Football. Al and Matt also discuss Tigers and give their Top 5 sports scandals of all time.
Tim Bograkos, former Michigan State basketball player joins Al to discuss a little of the past and what he is currently up to. Tom Horton, former Vice President and volunteer coordinator of the Okemos Athletic booster club, joins Al to discuss the situation which transpired with Okemos head football coach Jack Wallace. Al and the team discuss the situation further and what questions rose from it.
Okemos High School football coach Jack Wallace has been reinstated as the head football coach. Al and Matt discuss the situation. Tom Izzo also gives his thoughts about this years basketball team from his recent presser.
The Detroit Lions got a victory over the Chicago Bears this past weekend and Al and the team discuss the game. Al also interviews MSU Volleyball player Lauren Wicinski about her new record and how the team is doing this year. Finally, Al chats with Lisa Byington about her career as a broadcaster.
Former Michigan State football player and now current Professional boxer, Seth Michell joins Al to discuss his latest fight. Al and Matt also talk about the NCAA reinstating scholarships for Penn State.