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Former Michigan State defensive tackle Craig Evans spoke passionately on Current Sports with Al Martin, coming to the aid of head coach Mark Dantonio in light of the ESPN "E:60" report. The report details alleged mishandling of sexual assault claims within Dantonio's program.

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Mardi Gras; Trinidad and Tobago; Winter Olympics; MSU Men's Basketball; Lansing Lugnuts; Scott Pohl; Nick Grueser; DeShaun Tate; CBS Radio


Current Sports | February 9, 2018

Feb 9, 2018
MSU Athletics

Michigan State Women's Basketball; Michigan State Men's Basketball; Purdue; Michigan State Football; Craig Evans; Madre London; Michigan State Hockey; Jason Ruff


Craig Evans

Former Michigan State defensive tackle Craig Evans joined Current Sports host Al Martin on the air Thursday afternoon, coming to the aid of head coach Mark Dantonio in light of the ESPN "E:60" report. The report details alleged mishandling of sexual assault claims within Dantonio's program. Evans played for the Spartans from 2014-15 before leaving the program due to "personal reasons" back in April of 2016. Evans says that he was kicked-off the team due to problems with marijuana use. 


Al Martin / WKAR

Tonight's "Current Sports with Al Martin" 2 Minute Drill brings you postgame coverage from tonight's Michigan State men's basketball win over Penn State. It took a 52 point, comeback effort in the second half to get the dub. However, all of the attention was, yet again, focused on Spartans head coach Tom Izzo and his response to the ESPN "E:60" report, which calls into question the program's integrity.

Al Martin / WKAR

The "Current Sports with Al Martin" 2 Minute Drill reports from Friday night's Michigan State men's basketball win over Wisconsin. The game was secondary to the trying week that it has been for the university in wake of the Larry Nassar sex abuse scandal. The week was made even more challenging when an ESPN report was released, highlighting a perceived lack of accountability when it comes to sexual abuse within the Spartans men's basketball team and football program. 

 Head coaches Tom Izzo and Mark Dantonio both addressed the media in what was an emotional and tense room. 

Stephen Drew

Stephen Drew joined today's "Current Sports" and talked with host Al Martin about what it has been like to represent more than 100 survivors of Larry Nassar. 

 

 

Al Martin / The State News

 Rachel Fradette is the Editor-in-Chief for The State News, Michigan State University’s student newspaper. Fradette and her editorial team published a piece today calling for the resignation of President Lou Anna K. Simon in light of the Larry Nassar sentencing hearings.

 

 


Current Sports | January 18, 2018

Jan 18, 2018
The State News / Stephen Drew

Larry Nassar; Lou Anna K. Simon; Rachel Fradette; Stephen Drew; USA Gymnastics; Michigan State University

East Lansing city hall sign photo
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The city of East Lansing will hold another community engagement meeting to discuss budget priorities tonight.


WKAR

Larry Nassar; USA Gymnastics; Twistars; Outside the Lines; John Geddert; Sexual Abuse; Great Lakes Gymnastics; Michigan State Men's Basketball 

Russ White

Michigan State; Washington State; Holiday Bowl; Zachary Swiecicki; Scott Westerman; Detroit Lions; Jim Caldwell

East Lansing Boys Hoops Aims to Take CAAC Blue and Michigan HS Titles This Season

Dec 14, 2017
Michael Epps

The Trojans boast one of the strongest teams in the state, led by University of Michigan signee Brandon Johns.

Michigan State Golf Programs Foster “Family” Traditions, Through Bonds and Building

Dec 14, 2017
MSU Athletics

The Spartan golf teams have done things differently for decades, creating unity between the men’s and women’s players in a sport known for individuality.

Michigan State Novice Rowers Learn New Sport on the Fly

Dec 11, 2017

Rookie Spartan rowers are discovering their passion for sport, working on their strength, conditioning and technique during tough daily workouts. There is no off-season, just because it is cold outside.

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