Pandemic

Michigan State Alum Finds Peace In Nature And Running During A Challenging Time

Nov 16, 2020
Nick Blaskowski
Nick Blaskowski

Michigan State journalism alumni Nick Blaskowski has been through a lot this year: losing his job because of COVID-19 cutbacks, and now finding a home in a cabin Up North.

An Ingham county official says lines for COVID-19 tests are getting long, largely because people are getting tests for the wrong reasons.

Spartan Stadium
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We are now less than 24 hours away from the start of the 2020 Michigan State football season! Al breaks down the X's and O's of the opening game against Rutgers on Saturday afternoon. 


Big Ten Football
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We discuss all things all things Big Ten football, which has been given the green light to officially begin in late October. Why now? What has changed? How safe is it?


Warde Manuel
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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. 


High School Football
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We dive into the new coronavirus guidelines outlined by the Michigan High School Athletic Association. But, how safe do you feel sending your children back to school and participating in high school sports?


Spartan Stadium
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An update on ticket information for MSU football this upcoming Fall; Thoughts on the federal investigation that found no crime in regards to the Bubba Wallace NASCAR noose controversy


Duffy Daugherty
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LeBron James voting rights group; NBA players hesistant about resuming season; Tom Shanahan and Jimmy Raye Current Sports throwback


Detroit Lions
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MSU Football lands Gravely; NHL shifts focus to playoffs; NASCAR announces fines for coronavirus violations; Detroit Lions schedule release

DeShaun Tate
DeShaun Tate

Al Martin holds his first home broadcast in light of the cornavirus outbreak; DeShaun Tate of CBS Radio on the absence of men's college basketball; More cancellations in the world of sports; What could've been for MSU basketball