Director of MSU Track and Field and Cross Country, Walt Drenth, gives Al a taste of the emotions coming off a national championship win over the weekend. He also discusses the overall season for the Spartans. Al also touches on the Detroit Lions' loss against the Patriots at the beggining of the show and breaks down MSU football's enormous win over Rutgers. To close, it's 'Weekend Winners.'
Brooks Laimbeer, a Lansing United and MSU soccer beat writer for MSU Impact Sports, joins Al to recap the weekend of World Cup action and to spit some knowledge of Lansing United and the game of soccer. Later, Alex joins Al to debate the big three model and the NBA finals. To close the show, Al recaps the performance of Leah O'Connor in the Steeplechase at the NCAA Outdoors, and gives some final thoughts on Tony Gwynn.
Coming off a 10 medal team performance, junior Leah O'Connor from Michigan State Track and Field joins Al to discuss her motivations as a runner and her performance on the track this season. Later on, Al and thew crew hit on the NBA draft lottery coming up tonight, and give their top five favorite race horses of all time. Plus, they debate if Ndamukung Suh is pulling a political move with his recent change in action.
Al dives right into what's going on in the sports world with Matt, Alex and Mike, including discussing Maurice Cheeks being hired as the new Detroit Pistons head coach, the Tigers closer struggles and the hiring of Jason Kidd as the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. And MSU track and field team member Leah O'Connor joins Current Sports to talk about her performance this season.