Today we focus on the Michigan State football loss at the hands of Rutgers on Saturday afternoon at Spartan Stadium. What does this mean for the start of Mel Tucker's tenure as head coach and what must the Spartans do to rebound against in-state rival Michigan this week?
It was such an odd Labor Day weekend without the start of college football taking place. Al combs through the ripple-effect of no MSU football due to COVID-19 and its financial impact on businesses in the Lansing area. Also, Adrian Peterson to the Lions? How? Why?
We discuss the many conferences around the college football world who are debating on pulling the plug due to the coronavirus pandemic. Al tells you why he believes we won't see the sport return until 2021.
The Big Ten Conference announced Thursday it will not play nonconference games in football and several other sports this fall, the most dramatic move yet by a power conference because of the coronavirus pandemic.