NFL

Mike Tressel
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The Michigan State football team has opened up as double-digit favorites to beat Rutgers in the season-opener later this month. We discuss why, as well as roll-in an interview with safeties coach Mike Tressel. 


Matt Patricia
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Detroit Lions head coach Matt Patricia seemingly has stuck his foot in his mouth. Listen to how he tried to clear up things. 


Matthew Stafford
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The Detroit Lions blew another lead, this time against the New Orleans Saints, resulting in the loss. Al recaps it all, while also looking at other big NFL storylines from around the league. 


Matthew Stafford
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The Detroit Lions got their first win of the season on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Can this lead to a turnaround?


Matt Patricia
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The Detroit Lions have started the season 0-2. We react and discuss if Matt Patricia will survive the season as the head coach of the team. Also, we break down the MSU football schedule, which starts in October. 


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The Lions do what they always do... find a way to lose. We recap. 


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The NFL is back and we got all the chatter right here! Also, we preview Bears / Lions this weekend. Can the Honolulu Blue get off the a solid start?


Matthew Stafford
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False positive coronavirus tests are causing multiple NFL teams to reevaluate how the prepare for the upcoming NFL season. How is this confusion happening and what is the NFL doing about it?


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The Big Ten and Pac-12 won’t play football this fall because of concerns about COVID-19, taking two of college football’s five power conferences out of a crumbling season amid the pandemic.

 


Spartan Stadium
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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. 


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