March Madness

DeShaun Tate
DeShaun Tate

It's official! The Michigan State men's basketball team has made it to its 23rd straight NCAA Tournament. We talk about the First Four matchup against UCLA and break down the bracket with DeShaun Tate of 'TatesTakeHoops."


MSU women's basketball
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The Michigan State men's basketball team fell to the Maryland Terrapins in Big Ten Tournament action yesterday, while the MSU women's hoop squad pulled off a major upset over Indiana in tournament play. We have it all covered right here!


Maryland Beats Michigan State 68-57 In Big Ten Tournament

Mar 11, 2021
MSU Basketball
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Eric Ayala scored 21 points, Aaron Wiggins added 19 and Maryland dominated Michigan State in the second half to take a 68-57 win in a second-round Big Ten tournament game on Thursday.

 


Detroit Lions
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We dive into the full rebuild for the Detroit Lions, who have decided not to franchise tag receiver Kenny Golladay this week. 


Lucas Oil Stadium
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The Michigan State men's basketball team will open up the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday against Maryland. We preview the matchup!


Tom Izzo
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The Michigan State men's basketball team knocked-off another top-5 team last night. This time it was Ohio State that felt the wrath of the Spartans. Al breaks it all down. 


NCAA Tournament
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The Michigan State men's basketball team fell to Purdue last night, marking a second straight loss in the Big Ten Conference for the Spartans. Al talks about how the NCAA Tournament streak for the program just went out the door. 

Legal Sports Gambling Debuts In Michigan, Even If There Are No Sports To Wager On

Apr 13, 2020
Sports Gambling
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The global sports world has essentially gone quiet due to the Coronavirus pandemic. But when sports resume, Michigan’s sports gamblers will have a slew of in-person options for placing a wager.

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The Big Ten Conference has announced that, beginning on Thursday, attendance at the Big Ten men's basketball tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN will be limited to student-athletes, coaches, event staff, essential team and staff, TV network partners, credentialed media, and immediate family members of the teams participating. 

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NCAA President Mark Emmert says NCAA Division I basketball tournament games will not be open to the general public because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus.

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