Governor Gretchen Whitmer has approved the start of high school football in the state of Michigan in the latest executive order. Will the Greater Lansing area school districts approve play? How comfortable are parents with allowing their sons to lace up the cleats?
We discuss the financial losses that University of Michigan Athletic Director Warde Manuel projects due to the coronavirus pandemic. Also, we discuss the latest happenings in the NBA Playoff bubble in Florida.
Today the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association approved the start of competition in girls volleyball, boys soccer and girls swimming & diving in certain areas. The Greater Lansing area is still waiting on further COVID-19 executive orders from Governor Gretchen Whitmer in order to proceed with competition in these sports.
"Current Sports" host Al Martin has more on the latest ruling from the MHSAA.
Newly released shows a police officer shoving Toronto Raptors President of Basketball Operations, Masai Ujiri, moments before the trophy celebration for the Raptors organization in the NBA Finals last year. Al sounds-off on what it says about race in America today.
A petition started by a major name in Big Ten college football is floating around that is vying for the sport to resume this fall. Also, a few MSU football players are going to have to make some tough decisions come spring of 2021.