MSU Track and Field

Current Sports | May 24, 2018

May 24, 2018
Tom Izzo courtside
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Detroit Pistons; Ed Stefanski; Dwane Casey; Tori Franklin; Tom Izzo; Michigan State Basketball; Orlando Magic Coaching Vacancy

Current Sports #516 | July 23, 2015

Jul 23, 2015

Becky Hammon discussion continued, Gary Player and spreading the game of golf, Suzy Merchant, Tori Franklin interview and Throwback Thursday.


Current Sports #475 | May 18, 2015

May 18, 2015

The weekend left sports fans with plenty to chatter about for the week to come. After a dominating win in the Preakness Stakes, hear Al and Isaac give their thoughts on whether American Pharaoh has a chance to win the untouchable Triple Crown. Miguel Cabrera's 400th home run also sent ripples around Michigan, so Current Sports houses the talk about where Cabrera ranks among current and all-time batters. Then, the NBA conference finals are previewed before Al brings Walt Drenth, director of Michigan State track and field and cross country, onto the show to talk about the women's track team's victory over the weekend. The show closes with Weekend Winners.


Current Sports #367 | November 24, 2014

Nov 24, 2014

Director of MSU Track and Field and Cross Country, Walt Drenth, gives Al a taste of the emotions coming off a national championship win over the weekend. He also discusses the overall season for the Spartans. Al also touches on the Detroit Lions' loss against the Patriots at the beggining of the show and breaks down MSU football's enormous win over Rutgers. To close, it's 'Weekend Winners.'


Current Sports #238 | May 20, 2014

May 20, 2014

Coming off a 10 medal team performance, junior Leah O'Connor from Michigan State Track and Field joins Al to discuss her motivations as a runner and her performance on the track this season. Later on, Al and thew crew hit on the NBA draft lottery coming up tonight, and give their top five favorite race horses of all time. Plus, they debate if Ndamukung Suh is pulling a political move with his recent change in action.