The MSU football team was able to hold on late to top the Oregon Ducks, 31-28, at Spartan Stadium on Saturday night in front of a primetime, nationally televised audience. With the win, the Spartans moved to number four in the Associated Press Poll.
The national championship is tonight and Al gives predictions for the game along with Detroit Free Press reporter, Joe Rexrode. Al and Alex also touch on the recent overtime win over Northwetsern for Michigan State basketball and they comment on Shilique Calhoun's decision to stay for his senior year. Later, it's 'Weekend Winners.'
WKAR's Al Martin wraps-up MSU's Big Ten opening win over Nebraska at Spartan Stadium. The Spartans topped the Cornhuskers, 27 to 22. Following MSU's win to open the Big Ten season, the Spartans moved up to No. 8 in both The Associated Press Poll and Amway Coaches Poll. The No. 8/8 Spartans (4-1, 1-0) will now hit the road to take on Purdue (3-3, 1-1) Saturday, Oct. 11 at 3:30 p.m. in West Lafayette, Indiana.
It is a big day for MSU football fans, as Mark Dantonio addresses the media for the first weekly presser of the year. Al and Alex play back some of the best quotes and give their takeaways from the day. Later, Al breaks down the transfer of Kenny Kaminski to Ohio and the recent allotted scholarship to Keenan Wetzel. To close, Alex and Al give a countdown on what they are most looking forward to in MSU football.
In wake of the Scripps National Spelling Bee competition, Al and the crew take their shot at becoming the best spellers on Current Sports. Listeners have a chance to win Lansing Lugnuts tickets by calling in and spelling the words correctly as well. Other topics discussed on the show are Jayru Campbell, NBA Playoffs, and MSU Football.
It's Throwback Thursday, and it was quite a busy day on May 29 for the crew. Al kicks off the show with a sneak peak of the Shilique Calhoun interview that airs tonight on Current Sports at 10 p.m. Later, Matt and Alex chime in on the Joe Nathan's blown save last night in Oakland, and lastly argue if the Pacers have any shot at beating the Miami Heat.