Al opens the show fielding callers who talk about Michigan State basketball's Final Four road and the state of Michigan football under new head coach, Jim Harbaugh. Later, listeners get a sneak peak into tonight's Current Sports TV episode with John Johnson from the MHSAA. To close, Justin Verlander and other sports topics hit the airwaves.
Happy hump day, and the guys are back with all of the latest Detroit Tigers updates. They kick off the show previewing Justin Verlander's start against the Indians and if the scandal with Kate Upton will affect him. They also touch on Wes Welker's recent allegations and the release of Michael Sam from the St. Louis Rams. To close, it's barbershop Wednesday, and the duo debates whether Derek Jeter's new patch on the jerseys is over the top.
NFL is officially underway tonight, and Al and Alex give a big preview towards the later half of the show. Also, a sneak peak of tonight's Current Sports TV show is aired with MSU volleyball head coach, Cathy George. Justin Verlander and potential recruiting violations are also discussed.
Matt and Alex continue to host the week as Al is on vacation. The first half of the show is dedicated to Major League Baseball, and Alex and Matt break down the Home Run Derby last night and the All-Star Game tonight. Later, they debate whether an entire channel dedicated to golfer Tiger Woods will be good for fans. To close the show, the duo debates what the Detroit Tigers need the most during the second half of the season.
The show opens with Director of Marketing for Hawk Hollow, Terry Kildea. He recaps the recent U.S. Open and discusses some interesting golf tidbits. Later, Alex and Matt join Al to recap the latest World Cup action and discuss the recent woes of the Detroit Tigers. Finally, the decommitment of Jayru Campbell is discussed.
Al gives listeners a sneak peak to tonight's Current Sports TV show, as he airs the interview with Mateen Cleaves. They relive some of the greatest MSU basketball moments, and talk a little bit about some of his charity work with One Goal, One Passion. Later, Al gives some throwback thursday moments in sports history, and debates with Alex if Justin Verlander is an average pitcher this year.
Matt and Alex wrap up the week discussing the upsets and the shockers. Wichita State shocks the world by moving one step closer to the Final Four, and Indiana looses their dream by the inability to convert against Syracuse's 2-3 zone. The duo then discuss Michigan State versus Duke tonight, and Michigan's matchup versus Kansas. They close the show with Verlander's contract deal, and take open lines.