A busy sports weekend saw the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers in the Super Bowl, while MSU men's basketball shot the lights out at the Crisler Center. We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin about the Spartans’ big guns.
MSU's Eron Harris drives against Penn State in Sunday's 92-65 win on Sunday.Credit Courtesy MSU AthleticsEdit | Remove
The MSU men’s basketball team posted two easy wins last week over Illinois and Penn State. The good news yesterday in the game with the Nittany Lions was the return of star Denzel Valentine from a knee injury. The schedule this week includes a home game against Iowa and a road matchup with Wisconsin.
Al Martin closes out the week by recapping last night's "Current Sports TV" chat with former MSU running back Edwin Baker. The two chat about the MSU football Cotton Bowl run this season, as well as how Baker is preparing for life after football. Thoughts on the MSU men's basketball win over Illinois are also highlighted.
Jay Sarkar from WLNS TV6 joins Al Martin on today's "Current Sports." Sarkar talks about his Ann Arbor roots and provides his thoughts on the MSU football team's run to the Cotton Bowl. Al also discusses the news of Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza becoming the newest inductees of the Baseball Hall of Fame. The show closes on news concerning Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson, as he contemplates retirement.
Al Martin invites Bob Every, Chairman of the Greater Lansing Area Sports Hall of Fame and baseball aficionado, to chat about his thoughts on the baseball Hall of Fame announcement tonight. The MSU men's basketball team is also touched on.
The Lansing Community College Men's Basketball team continues to roll as the number one team in D2 hoops. Al Martin invites Mike Ingram, head coach of the team, to talk about the team's win over Jackson last night. We also dive into the future of Jim Caldwell, head coach of the Detroit Lions, and whether or not the Lions will/should keep him for another season