Producer of the Mad Dog Show for The Game 730AM, proud top-10 finisher in the Townsquare Bracket Challenge, MSU graduate and Okemos, MI native. Former host of a Saturday Night Hip-Hop/Rap radio show. Mad Dog calls me sushi boy sometimes.
Detroit Tigers Beat Florida Southern In Exhibition Game
Tigers fielding showed a need for a bit more discipline. After committing four errors in the first four innings, the Tigers righted the ship, holding the Moccasins scoreless during the final five innings.
Updates For Ex-MSU Football Players Charged With Sexual Assault
Attorneys representing three ex-Michigan State football players facing sexual assault charges met with Ingham County Prosecutors today in Ingham County Circuit Court.
Mark Hollis Disputes ESPN Report In New Email
Former Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis sent an email to athletic department officials calling several claims made by ESPN in a recent Outside the Lines report into question.
No-Confidence Vote in MSU Board of Trustees Passes
MSU's Faculty Senate voted no-confidence in Michigan State's Board of Trustees on Tuesday afternoon.
Engler Begins Removal of Nassar’s Former Boss
The request for Strampel's removal, sent to the Office of the Provost, described Strampel's failure to notify others in the department of corrective actions taken against Nassar.
Matthew Stafford No Longer NFL’s Highest Paid Player
Jimmy Garoppolo is now the highest paid quarterback in the NFL.
Mike Krumm Named Okemos Chiefs Head Football Coach
Today, Okemos High School Athletic Director Ira Childress announced Mike Krumm would take over as head football coach.
Matt Patricia Officially Named Lions Head Coach
Patricia most recently spent the last six seasons as defensive coordinator with the New England Patriots. Previously, Patricia served in various other assistant roles in his 14 seasons with the Patriots.
Father Who Rushed Nassar Will Not Faces Charges or Fines
Luckily for Margraves, Cunningham opted to not further punish him for contempt of court.
Teary-Eyed Meridian Township Manager Apologizes to Nassar Survivor
Today, Randall-Gay received an apology 14 years in the making. Meridian Township Manager Frank Walsh apologized to Randall-Gay on behalf of the township police department.