Major League Baseball has officially come to an end, and Al and Alex recap the epic World Series match last night. They also touch on the Detroit Pistons' opening night and the Detroit Red Wings' huge win over the Washington Capitols. Later, listeners get a sneak peak to the Current Sports TV show airing tonight. Finally, it's throwback Thursday.
It was a jam-packed show today with all of the recent NBA and NHL recruiting news. But first, Matt, Alex and Al discuss the Detroit Tigers' recent sweep of the Oakland Athletics. Later, they talk about the hard hits taken by the Detroit Red Wings from NHL free agency. To close the show, it's all Carmelo Anthony and Throwback Thursday.
It’s Matt Ludtke’s last show, and he starts with the Detroit Red Wings last chance in game six. He then moves onto issues with referees and the art of the human eye, and potential shot clock changes in college basketball. Matt closes the show with a discussion on the rookie signings of the Detroit Lions.
Matt Ludtke starts today show off with the breakdown of the Big Ten and ACC challenge. He then delves into the issues for Michigan State’s basketball team next season with the departing of Derrick Nix. He touches on bench players stepping up, and who will have a breakout year. He closes the show with the Detroit Red Wings loss in Anaheim.
Matt Ludtke starts the show off recapping the overtime thriller from the Detroit Red Wings last night at Joe Louis Arena. He then delves into the latest in the Derrick Rose decision, and NBA playoff matchups. Matt closes the show with the induction of MSU linebacker Percy Snow to the College Football Hall of Fame, and then looks at the upcoming football schedule for next season.
Matt Ludtke hosts another addition of SportsTalk, and recaps the great night in sports. The Detroit Red Wings finish the Anaheim Ducks in overtime to even up the series, and Ludtke has all the analysis. Draymond Green’s career high propels the Warriors past the Nuggets, and other NBA teams made a big splash. Matt also discusses the possible strategy in the consulting hire of Phil Jackson for the Detroit Pistons.
Matt opens the show with discussion on Big Ten Football security, in wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. He also talks about the Big Ten divisions, and the difficulties that Michigan State will face. NBA playoffs coverage is also a hot topic, and Matt delves in the discussion whether the Oklahoma City Thunder can hold on for the next round. Matt closes the show with the potential draft choices for the Detroit Pistons, and the confusion that it could give fans.
Matt Ludtke starts the show off with MSU football recruiting, and potential NFL talent on the current roster. He switches gears to the Detroit Red Wings, as they drop their first game to the Ducks. Plus, the NBA playoffs are in full swing, and "dirty play" is an issue looming with one NBA team. He closes the show with the debate of the Redskins.
Matt Ludtke is back to recap last night’s NFL draft. Ludtke analyzes the Ansah choice and other potential picks for the Detroit Lions. He also looks into the possibility of a recent MSU basketball commitment becoming a recruitment advocate for Tom Izzo. The Detroit Red Wings defeated Nashville last night, and the NBA playoffs are in full swing. These topics are among others on today’s SportsTalk.
It’s draft day, and Matt Ludtke offers analysis, predictions, and expectations for the big event. The Detroit Lions can have a plethora of different situations and draft options, and Matt breaks it all down. Matt also takes a closer look at Chicago basketball recruit, Alvin Ellis. Matt caps off the show with the quest of the Detroit Red Wings, to keep the historic playoff streak alive.
Matt Ludtke begins this Tuesday with the Detroit Red Wing’s race for eighth place, and the quest for a playoff birth. Analysis on the teams and other division foes follow. Matt then discusses the future of Adreian Payne, and dissects the two divisions in the Big Ten Conference. JaMarcus Russell, Madden covers, NBA playoffs, and bowling are among other topics on the show.