Jim Harbaugh

Current Sports | 3/24/16 | #666

Mar 24, 2016
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Detroit Pistons, Andre Drummond, NBA Playoff Picture, Kawhi Leonard, Deshaun Tate, March Madness, and Brett's Bonehead Moves.


Current Sports | 2/26/16 | #647

Feb 26, 2016

Steph Curry, NBA, Jim Harbaugh, Kirby Smart, University of Michigan Satellite Camp, Weekend Big Ten Preview, Dale Beard, Lansing Everett, Two Minutes for Ruffing, and Reflection Friday.


Current Sports | 2/4/16 | #631

Feb 4, 2016

National Signing Day Wrap-Up, Michigan State Women's Basketball, Signing with the Stars, Mark Dantonio, Jim Harbaugh, Cancer, and Mike Haynes.


Current Sports | 2/3/16 | #630

Feb 3, 2016

Signing Day, Michigan Football Recruiting, Michigan State Football Recruiting, Signing With The Stars, Rico Beard, and Michigan-Indiana Basketball.


Current Sports | 10/22/15 | #570

Oct 22, 2015

Jalen Watts-Jackson Press Conference, Throwback Thursday, Brady Hoke Comments, Michigan Football,Unified Rivalry, and the Mets to the World Series.


Current Sports | 10/19/15 | #567

Oct 19, 2015

Michigan State-Michigan, Jim Harbaugh Play Call, Punt Decision, Blake O'Neill, Jalen Watts-Jackson, and Callers' Takes on the Game.


Current Sports #563 | October 13, 2015

Oct 13, 2015

Michigan-Michigan State, Steve Spurrier Resigns, Mark Dantonio Presser, Todd Duckett, and Callers.


Current Sports #562 | October 12, 2015

Oct 12, 2015

Detroit Lions' Disappointment, Golden Tate Comments, Michigan-Northwestern, MSU-Rutgers, and Weekend Winners.


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Aug 10, 2015
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Today marked the unofficial start to the college football season for MSU, at least for the media members, as "Media Day" was held at Spartan Stadium. 

Current Sports #521 | July 30, 2015

Jul 30, 2015

David Price Trade, Big Ten Media Day, Current State Special, Scott Pohl, James Moore and Throwback Thursday'.


Current Sports #482 | May 28, 2015

May 28, 2015

On this Thursday's edition of Current Sports, Al and Isaac kick it off with their long-awaited discussion of whether or not the three point has harmed basketball. They also relate this to the Rockets-Warriors series and preview the NBA Finals. Then, Al and Isaac talk about the strange story of a former MSU basketball player who just went on an unexpected and unprovoked Twitter rant. Next, Al reminisces with this edition of 'Throwback Thursday'. Finally, the show closes with a discussion of Jim Harbaugh's most recent comments on MSU.  


Current Sports #386 | January 7, 2014

Jan 7, 2015

The Detroit Pistons keep its winning streak alive and Al Martin is jumping for joy! He begins recapping the big win over the defending NBA champion San Antonio Spurs and also brings up the new inductees into the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. Later, Kevin Gehl, sports anchor and reporter from WLNS TV-6, recaps the Cotton Bowl with Al. To close, UFC fighter Jon Jones and college football quarterback Jameis Winston are also discussed. 


Current Sports #384 | January 5, 2014

Jan 5, 2015

The new year is here and it starts off with controversy. The Detroit Lions dropped a close game to the Cowyboys and a pass interference call has a lot of fans talking. Rod Beard from the Detroit News gives his thoughts on the call and touches on University of Michigan basketball. Later, Alex joins to recap the Cotton Bowl and give sports winners over the holiday break.


Current Sports #382 | December 18, 2014

Dec 18, 2014

Al opens the show with analysis of the reported Jim Harbaugh deal with Michigan football. Alex gets in on the fun later to comment on Michigan State basketball's win over EMU last night and the callers start pouring in with their opinions of Michigan football's coaching search. Later, it's 'Throwback Thursday' to close.


Current Sports #371 | December 3, 2014

Dec 5, 2014

Brady Hoke has been officially let go as head coach of University of Michigan football. And the show kicks off with Al and Alex going back and forth about who is the ideal candidate to replace him. Later, former NBA player Charles Barkley made some comments about the unrest in Ferguson, as Al and Alex reflect on the validity of his comments.


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