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Mark Dantonio photo spring football game
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We chat with Current Sports host Al Martin about the spring MSU football game, the Battlefield Brawl charity flag football game, and the Pistons exit from the NBA playoffs.


Aerial Powers photo
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While the Detroit Pistons dropped their first game in the playoffs this weekend, a Spartan basketball star realized one of her big hoop dreams. After losing twice to the Lightning, the Red Wings beat Tampa Bay in their playoff series last night. We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin.


LJ Scott photo
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Spring football is here for the Spartans. We hear about what kind of shape the 2016 team is in from Current Sports host Al Martin.


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It’s early April...and that means baseball.  Current Sports host Al Martin joins us to look ahead at the coming seasons...and a season that’s already going strong for the MSU Spartans.

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Sportswriter Joe Rexrode has covered MSU sports for the Lansing State Journal and the Detroit Free press for years. He's leaving Michigan for a job in Tennessee.


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March Sadness.

It’s running rampant through this year’s NCAA tournament brackets.

Falling in their first round games this weekend were Baylor, Cal, West Virginia...and a certain number two team that’s been the talk of the men’s tourney for unexpected reasons.

The MSU women also came up just short in a back-and-forth thriller against Mississippi State yesterday.  Mark talks with Current Sports host Al Martin about the weekend’s double stunner.

Spartans Big Ten Champs
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Michigan State's men's basketball team won the Big Ten Conference tournament yesterday and earned a number two seed in the NCAA tournament. We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin about Spartan basketball.


MSU’s Hollis describes job, life challenges

Mar 10, 2016
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MSU Athletic Director Mark Hollis opens up about fundraising for costly enhancements to the school’s athletic facilities and about what he’s learned after growing up an only child in a family contending with a mental disorder and an authoritative father.


Aerial Powers
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The MSU men’s basketball team wrapped up the regular season this weekend with a win over Ohio State. The MSU women made it to the finals of the Big Ten tournament before falling to Maryland. We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin about Spartan basketball.


Mark Hollis photo
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Michigan State Athletic Director Mark Hollis offers his take on what the post season may hold for men’s and women’s basketball and the impact of the ESPN lawsuit on MSU athletics.

Deyonta Davis photo
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The MSU men's basketball team beat Penn State yesterday, while the MSU women won a three-overtime matchup with Ohio State this weekend. We talk with WKAR's Current Sports host Al Martin.


Suzy Merchant photo
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Current Sports host Al Martin is with us to check in on MSU Women’s basketball, as coach Suzy Merchant reaches another milestone.


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Current Sports host Al Martin previews Detroit Tiger baseball with spring training starting this week.


Denzel Valentine photo
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The Spartan men’s basketball team battled the Big 10 leading Indiana Hoosiers on Sunday and pulled away in a big second half. Current State talks with WKAR’s Al Martin about MSU basketball.


Bryn Forbes photo
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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.


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