Though I am originally from Ohio, after 18 years, I came to my senses and realized that I was in the wrong state. Besides a brief stint in Valparaiso, Indiana to get my Master's Degree, I have called Michigan my home since going to Eastern Michigan University for my undergraduate degree in 2011. Both my degrees are in digital media, and despite being a lot of work, I have come to enjoy it all, from video editing to writing social media posts. I am also a very avid sports lover. You can hear me chime in occasionally on the Mad Dog Radio Show, hopefully with some good insight. If I am not talking about sports, I am either exploring the great outdoors, finding some great new brewery to indulge at or being a huge video game nerd. I am very positive and happy, so you should never be afraid to approach me and strike up a conversation.
What Will It Take For the Pistons to Get Better?
We all know a rebuild is in progress, but how long will it take?
Even When They Win, the Detroit Lions Still Lose
The Lions have won, but in the long run, it may have cost them.
With Kenneth Walker Opting Out, Who is the Next Man Up?
After Walker said he was not playing, the Spartans will look to the next man up to carry the offense.
Early Signing Day Success for the Spartans Shows Promising Future
After a good early signing period, the future of Michigan State football is looking bright thanks to Mel Tucker.
With an Increase in COVID Cases Lately, Let’s Take a Look at the 2021 NFL COVID Policy
A recent outbreak in positive cases makes us take a deeper dive into the NFL COVID-19 protocols.
MSU and Michigan Players Who Won or Came Close to Winning College Football’s Most Prestigious Award
The Heisman Trophy is the NCAA's most prestigious award given to the most outstanding college football player. See the Spartan and Wolverines who have won—or gotten close.
Don’t Be Fooled By the Warm Weather, It’s Still Winter
It may be warm now, but most Michiganders know that this random warm weather won't be here to stay.
A Hot Start for the Spartans Could Mean a Deep Tournament Run
After a great start to the season, MSU has its and eyes set on March. They have plenty of chances to improve and get big wins.
The Race for the Number One Pick—Can the Lions Hold On?
With the season nearing the end, the number one pick is the Lions' to lose.
Are Smaller Bowl Games Worth Playing?
With the possibility of Kenny Pickett not playing against the Spartans in the Peach Bowl, the question of risking your future comes into the forefront.