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Current Sports #528 | August 18, 2015

Aug 18, 2015

Northwestern Football Union, Matt Barnes, Interview with DeAndre Carter- Motivational Speaker, and the Top 5 QB's in the NFL.


Current Sports #428 | March 6, 2015

Mar 6, 2015

  In a shocking development, the NCAA brought the hammer down on Syracuse because of the school's student athlete academic violations, resulting in lost scholarships and vacated wins. Al Martin tackles this hot topic and gets responses from a variety of callers, including a professor to offer her take on whether athletes receive preferential treatment. Michigan State basketball has had a busy week, for both the men's and women's. Tune in to hear the latest on both of the Spartan teams. Finally, no week is complete without a weekly reflection, so tune in to hear what you missed earlier in the week.


Current Sports #400 | January 27, 2014

Jan 27, 2015

On today's show, Al discusses the hot issue of whether student athletes receive special treatment in the classroom. He brings up his own personal experience from his time at Michigan State, but also uses the findings from the NCAA report. Then, for the last half of the show, MMA champion fighter and amputee Ronald Mann, joins Current Sports to discuss his latest victory over Jimmy Milton.


WKAR's Al Martin reports from Spartan Stadium on the aftermath of MSU's defeat to Ohio State, 49 to 37 the final. The four-team playoff hopes of the Spartans have now vanished, and the Spartans now try to lick their wounds and find other motivators to finish the season strong.  The Buckeyes have not lost at Spartan Stadium since 1999 and have defeated Michigan State four times in the past six games.

Current Sports #317 | September 11, 2014

Sep 11, 2014

As Penn State's ban is uplifted, the heated debate continues between Al and Alex regarding the NCAA's recent actions. Ray Rice is still a hot button topic, and the tandem debates if Roger Goodell should keep his job. Later, a sneak peak to Current Sports TV is revealed, and the crew remembers where they were on on September 11, 2011.


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