NCAA Tournament

Current Sports | 4/5/16 | #674

Apr 5, 2016
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Final Four, March Madness, Villanova Wildcats, UNC Tar Heels, Lansing Lugnuts, Jesse Goldberg-Strassler, Detroit Tigers, Aerial Powers, and Deshaun Tate.


Current Sports | 4/4/16 | #673

Apr 4, 2016
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NCAA Championship Preview, Basketball Hall of Fame, Tom Izzo Induction, Scott Pohl, Kelvin Torbert, Michigan State Football, and Weekend Winners.


ICYMI: Current Sports | 3/25/16 | #667

Mar 30, 2016
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Sweet Sixteen, High School Boys Basketball Wrap-Up, NFL Concussion Cover-Up, Dale Beard, Reflection Friday, and Callers.


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 | 3/21/16 | #663

Mar 21, 2016
Bangor Daily News

NCAA Tournament Talk, March Madness, Michigan State, Denzel Valentine, Tom Izzo, Women's Tournament, and Middle Tennessee State.


Current Sports | 3/18/16 | #662

Mar 18, 2016
NCAA

NCAA Tournament Recap, Current Sports Interns, Michigan State-Middle Tennessee Preview, Michigan High School Girl's Basketball, Brett's Bonehead Moves, and Reflection Friday.


Current Sports | 3/17/16 | #661

Mar 17, 2016
Inktastic

Michigan-Tulsa Review, March Madness Updates, St. Patrick's Day, Detroit Pistons, Alex Sims, and 2 Minutes For Ruffing.


Current Sports | 3/16/16 | #660

Mar 16, 2016
AP

Barack-etology, NCAA Tournament, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Mateen Cleaves, Branden Dawson, Rob Blackburn, and University of Michigan Basketball Preview.


Current Sports | 3/15/16 | #659

Mar 15, 2016
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March Madness, NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, Louisville Scandal, Upsets and Predictions, Adam Biggers, and Tickled Tuesday.


Current Sports | 3/11/16 | #657

Mar 14, 2016
WKAR

Tribute to Williamston boy's basketball coach Jason Bauer, a look at the Big Ten men's basketball tournament, and a chat with Okemos High School boy's basketball coach Jeff Wonch. 

Current Sports | 3/10/16 | #656

Mar 11, 2016
Big Ten Conference

How bad does sports hurt when its starts fall? Al Martin also invites DeShaun Tate of CBS Radio in Atlanta, Ga. to talk about the Big Ten Tournament and the show closes with "Throwback Thursday."


Current Sports #446 | April 7, 2015

Apr 7, 2015

  That one shining moment in college basketball belongs to Duke, who defeated Wisconsin 68-63 in Monday night's National Championship. Al Martin covers all facets of the game, including Duke's stellar freshmen and coach Mike Krzyzewski's legacy. Also, the Detroit Tigers start the season with a win against the Minnesota Twins. Al talks about the stellar performance from David Price and addresses his concerns with the bullpen.  Finally, Current Sports beat reporter Dominique Oden interviews Darus Ward, the head coach of the Okemos girls' soccer team.


A Season of Improbability | Current Sports | WKAR

Apr 6, 2015

The Duke Blue Devils topped the Michigan State men's basketball team in the Final Four on Saturday, 81 to 61 the final. Justise Winslow scored 19 points, fellow freshman Jahlil Okafor added 18 and senior Quinn Cook had 17 points for Duke. Denzel Valentine lead the way with 22 points and 11 rebounds for the Spartans. 

Current Sports #440 | March 27, 2015

Mar 27, 2015

Get your coffee ready because today is the day! MSU plays Oklahoma for the chance to play in the Elite Eight, and Al prepares you with all of the stats and all of the knowledge regarding the important matchup. In this tournament special, the first half of the Sweet Sixteen is finalized and up for analysis, including Kentucky's dominance, and Notre Dame's impressive performance against Wichita State. Get ready for the big game tonight with Current Sports on WKAR. 


Gene Orlando Builds Legacy at MSU | Current Sports | WKAR

Mar 23, 2015
Spencer Impellizzeri

EAST LANSING – For the last two decades, Gene Orlando has been the face of tennis in East Lansing. Orlando is in his 24th season as the Michigan State men’s tennis coach and he has made his mark on the program.

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