Radio shows don't always go according to plan, but there are more than enough sports to discuss from screwing us up! Earle takes calls the first quarter of the show. Earle's first guest is MHSAA writer, Geoff Kimmerly. Earl's last guest is none other than men's Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo.
Legendary boxing writer Bert Randolph Sugar passed away this weekend, Earle talks with MLive.com reporter and friend of Bert, Dave Mayo about his life and works. Lansing Sexton High School secured their second straight basketball state title on Saturday, head coach Carlton Valentine joins Earle to discuss the back-to-back titles.
MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon and MSU Athletics Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU Provost Kim Wilcox. MSU Assistant Professor of Marketing Dr. Clay Voorhees describes how generation-wise attitudes and preferences are impacting the cars we'll drive in the future.
The Michigan State men's basketball team fell in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, Earle talks with Sam Hosey from Life in Lansing about the loss as well as the semifinals and finals of the High School boy's basketball tournament. Former Lions backup and MSU quarterback Drew Stanton is in a struggle with the New York Jets, trying to get out of his contract, Fox Sports reporter Mike O'Hara talks about Stanton's situation, and the Lion's upcoming draft.
It's March baby! There are so many sports to cover with so little time to cover them! Earle talks with Detroit Free Press Sports writer Shawn Windsor about the Michigan State basketball game vs Louisville. Earle also talks with Jeremy Sampson of WILX, who is in Phoenix covering the Spartans. Lastly, Earle talks with Detroit Free Press Writer Dave Birkett about the NFL.
Record heat is sweeping the mid-west, which means people are going outside and exercising. Physical fitness expert Steve Morgan talks to Earle about how to ease yourself into exercising this spring. Plus, the High School Boys Basketball finals are this weekend, Earle talks with Detroit Free Press Prep Editor Mick McCabe about this weekend's matchups.
On today's show Earle talks with Detroit News Prep Sports Editor Tom Markowski about high school basketball. Earle also talks with Michigan State Men's Hockey coach Tom Anastos. Lastly, Earle talks with Pewamo-Westphalia boy's basketball head coach Luke Pohl.
The Pistons have been playing better recently, Earle asks Detroit Free Press reporter Vince Ellis if they're treading water, or actually improving. The Michigan State basketball team advanced to the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament, Earle takes your calls about the Spartan's chances for advancing to the Final Four.
Kirk Heinze talks with MSU Institute of Water Research Director Jon Bartholic, get an update on the green roof movement from MSU Professor of Horticulture Brad Rowe, talks with Bel Lago Vineyards owner, Charley Edson, and learns what landscape lymnology is from MSU Associate Professor of Fisheries and Wildlife, Dr Patricia Soranno.
The High School Boys Quarterfinals are next week, Earle talks with Okemos High School Head Coach Dan Stolz about his team's run this season, and upcoming quarterfinals matchup. Plus, Steven Farhood Showtime boxing commentator talks with Earle about the state of the sport, and upcoming matches. And Al Schrauben, Portland St. Patrick High School Girls Basketball Coach, talks about the Shamrock's season, and their recent loss to Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes.
It's hot and humid in the studio but that doesn't stop Earle from talking with Detroit Free Press writer Joe Rexrode. Earle also talks with Forbes Magazine writer and MSU alumn, Roger Groves. Lastly, Earle talks with Detroit Free Press writer for the Detroit Lions, Dave Birkett.
It's warming up outside, which means baseball season is right around the corner. WLNS Lansing Sports Director Fred Heuman talks with Earle about the Detroit Tiger's upcoming season. Plus, Justin Terry the Athletic Director and Girls Basketball Coach at Lansing Christian High School discuss their basketball program and their season.
Earle talks with Detroit Free Press sports writer Drew Sharp about Michigan State's, Michigan's and Detroit's NCAA Tournament chances. Earle also talks with East Lansing's girls basketball coach Rob Smith about their playoff run. Earle also discusses Michigan State Men's and Girl's basketball and Detroit Tigers.
Michigan State won the Big Ten Basketball Tournament this weekend and landed a number one seed in the NCAA Tournament, Earle talks with Assistant Coach Dane Fife. Former Michigan State assistant basketball coach, and current head coach at Northern Illinois, Mark Montgomery talks about his rebuilding effort with the Huskies and MSU's tournament chances. And Detroit Free Press Columnist Michael Rosenberg talks the NCAA Tournament, the Pistons, and the Tiger's upcoming season.
Kirk Heinze talks with the leaders of Schupan Recycling and Clean Energy Coalition. Octagenerian MSU Alumnus Jack DeBoer talks about his book Risk Only Money and a conversation about orthopedic biomechanics at MSU.
The high school boys basketball district finals are tonight, Earle talks with Lansing Catholic Central Head Coach Darren Zwick about his team's matchup against Lansing Sexton. East Lansing boys basketball head coach Steve Finamore calls in to discuss other high school district games. Plus, Earle breaks down Michigan State basketball's Big Ten Tournament victory over Iowa.
Earle talks with Spartan Sport Magazine Editor Jack Ebling. Earle also talks with Sexton High School boys basketball coach Carlton Valentine. Earle also discusses Big Ten Basketball Tournament and NFL.
The Pistons are struggling, but they got a big win against the Los Angeles Lakers last night, Earle talks with Terry Foster from the Detroit News about the win and the upcoming Big Ten Basketball Tournament. Earle also takes a look at some of the high school basketball action in the mid-Michigan area.
Earle talks with Spartan Sports Network Sports Producer Adam Ruff about the Big Ten basketball tournament. Earle also talks with Prep Sports Editor of Lansing State Journal Dick Hoekstra about boys and girls High School hoops. Earle also talks Big Ten Tournament, Detroit Tigers and NFL bounty hits.
It's an open line day, Earle takes your calls about the Michigan State basketball team's big loss to Ohio State on Sunday, that forced them to share their Big Ten regular season title with the Buckeyes and Wolverines.
MSU President Lou Ann K. Simon and Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Mike Hamm about urban agriculture's future in Detroit. Kirk Heinze talks with Michigan Agribusiness Leader Jim Byrum, too; and Paul W. Smith about the greening of the auto industry.
Seth Mitchell is a former Michigan State football lineman, now he's one of the top heavy weight boxers in the world. Earle talks with Seth about his boxing career, and his plans outside of the ring. MSU assistant basketball coach Mike Garland joins Earle to discuss this weekend's Ohio State game and the Big Ten implications it carries. And Denny Schwarze from the Lansing State Journal discusses the MSU-Ohio State game, and some high school basketball.
Earle discusses NCAA Hockey with Spartan Magazine writer Neil Keopkle and the voice of Michigan State Hockey, Scott Moore. Earle also talks with Lansing Community College Men's Basketball coach Mike Ingram about the MCCAA Conference Championship vs. Mott Community College.
Earle breaks down the NFL combine and the Lion's prospects in the NFL Draft with Detroit Free Press Lions reporter Dave Birkett. The Spartan basketball team fell to Indiana on the road Tuesday night, Earle and Fox Sports reporter Rico Beard discuss the loss, the Spartan's chances moving forward, and some high school basketball.
Earle talks with Michigan State sports blogger Steve Grinczel about MSU basketball. Earle also talks with Sporting News writer Cliff Brown about the NFL Combine. Lastly, Earle talks with FoxSports.com sports writer Dave Dye about MSU basketball and Big Ten basketball.
Jeremy Sampson from WILX fills in for Earle Robinson. Jeremy talks with Sam Hosey from Life in Lansing and Spartan Fast Break on WLNS, about the Michigan State Men's Basketball team earning at least a share of the regular season Big Ten title and their chances in the NCAA Tournament.
Jack Ebling fills in for Earle Robinson. Jack talks with former Michigan State basketball coach Judd Heathcote about the success of this year's MSU basketball team. Jack discusses the new Greater Lansing Sports Hall of Fame display and upcoming events with Chairman of the Hall of Fame Bob Every. And Camron Gnass from Traction talks with Jack about the Lansing Sport publication and the upcoming book "Heart of a Spartan."
Earle talks with former Athletic Director of Michigan State University, Dr. Clarence Underwood about the economics of college sports and the hiring practices of universities. Earle also talks with Terry Fitzwater about the Daytona 500 coming up this Sunday.