I've lived in Michigan my entire life and am proud if it! I've been involved in broadcasting since 1996 (covering Lansing Community College basketball). After graduating from Specs Howard Broadcasting School in 1998, I returned to Lansing to join Liggett Broadcasting (now TownsquareMedia). In October of 2000, I moved on to Port Huron, MI and spent seven months there, what an experience that was! In March of 2002, I returned to Lansing to continue my broadcasting career and have been here ever since. I am the very proud uncle of three wonderful kids: Jack, Anna, and Emma. They are an absolute riot, and wish I could see them more. Number 1 on my sports bucket list is to attend a Super Bowl in person. And there are four golf courses in the world that I would love to play on: Augusta National, St. Andrew's, Carnoustie, and Pebble Beach. And one of these days, I'll jump in my car and drive all across America to see some places I haven't seen yet (I've been in 25 states so far).
NCAA To Allow Limited Fans To NCAA Tournament
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) has announced on Friday morning that for the upcoming NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, they will allow a limited number of fans to attend each game.
Report: Lions Hire Holmes As New GM
According to multiple media outlets, the Detroit Lions have hired Los Angeles Rams Director of College Scouting Brad Holmes as the team's new general manager.
ICYMI: MHSAA Pauses Sports Again
On Wednesday afternoon, the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) paused the restart of the fall sports season (which began on Monday).
Report: NBA Players Vote To Continue Playoffs
Multiple media outlets are reporting on Thursday that after a meeting of the NBA players still playing in the Orlando playoff bubble, the players have decided to continue and finish the ongoing NBA Playoffs.
B1G Releases Revised 2020 Football Schedule
The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday the revised football schedule for the 2020 season.
Martha Ford Stepping Down As Lions Owner
The Detroit Lions announced on Tuesday morning that Martha Firestone Ford, the owner of the NFL club since taking over for her late husband (William Clay Ford, Sr.) in 2014, has decided to step down as owner of the club.