Magic Johnson had some fiery words about Jerry Buss and the Little League World Series had some news that went national. Al recaps the latest and touches on the Michigan State basketball's win last night over Northwestern. Head coach of MSU soccer Damon Rensing chats with Al about the 2015 recruiting class and what to expect next year from some of the younger players. To close the show, it's 'Barbershop Wednesday' and the topic is about what it takes to get to the professional ranks in any sport.
Brooks Laimbeer, soccer reporter for MSU Impact Sports, joins Al to discuss the MLS combine and which MSU players have a chance of being selected in the draft. Al and Alex also debate about Peyton Manning's legacy and where he ranks among top quarterbacks in the league. To close, they discuss Floyd Mayweather and the Detroit Tigers salary arbitration.
It was a wild weekend for college football, as the 'College Football Playoff' teams were announced. Al and Alex debate about the Big Ten getting the leg up over Big 12 teams and discuss some of the factors involved in the committee selections. Also, MSU gets a bump up to the Cotton Bowl. Is this a chance to make a statement? To close, 'weekend winners' are discussed.
Current Sports' Halloween edition is packed. Williamston soccer coach Brent Sorg begins the show to discuss the season and some anecdotes of the journey. Later, MLive.com sports reporter Mike Kohon gives more previews in high school football and gives some key games to watch for over the weekend. To close, MSU Impact Sports soccer reporter Brooks Laimbeer breaks down the Michigan vs Michigan State soccer game and some other notes for the season.
Today on the show, Al hosts a few guests including Scott Yoshonis, local prep reporter, and Dejuan Jones, the defending Lansing State Journal Player of the Year and MSU men's soccer commit. We also take a look back to two weekends ago and examine whether Al and Alex were right about the Saints and Falcons. Lastly, the show closes with the newest edition of "Weekend Winners" and a peek at Al's fantasy basketball team on the opening day of the NBA.
Jim Robinson, Vice President of Michigan Farm Bureau Insurance, joins the panel to discuss his “bleed green” passion, and the relationship between his company and Michigan State University Athletics. Jim Pignataro, Director of Smith Academic Center, describes his relationship with student athletes and their academic experience with the College of Business. Finally, MSU head soccer coach Damon Rensing discusses the season and the day-to-day activities.