Beanie Howell is "Offensive Minded" weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. on The Game 730 AM. Known for his fiery passion and blunt analysis, Beanie started on air at The Game 730 AM in 2014. Before that, he spent several years as a reporter for MLive Media Group, covering Michigan State and a wide variety of other beats. A shareholder of the Green Bay Packers, Beanie spends each fall foolishly talking himself into believing that Aaron Rodgers will actually win a second NFC title game and Super Bowl. In the summer, you can find Beanie aboard his tritoon boat, affectionately named "The Flying Welshman." Beanie is an alumnus of MSU, class of 2010. He also holds an MBA from the University of Kansas, although, unlike many Jayhawks (allegedly), he was not compensated by Adidas for his matriculation at KU.
Michigan AD Wanted To Extend Hockey Coach Mel Pearson Despite Misconduct Findings
Michigan fired Mel Pearson as hockey coach on Friday, three days after the media published an independent report detailing instances of misconduct, retaliation against players, a toxic workplace for women, COVID-19 violations, and more within Michigan hockey. U-M had had that report since May.
Michigan State Football: Replacing Kenneth Walker III Not As Important As Developing Offensive Line
Walker was a bonafide NFL talent, the kind that will be hard to replace and/or recreate. A safer and surer route to success for State is through a retooled but reliable offensive line.
Hockey Is Only Michigan’s Latest Scandal, So How Is Warde Manuel Still U-M Athletic Director?
Michigan athletics have been rocked by scandal and controversy over the past two years, including the school's basketball coach punching another coach, the school nearly losing its football coach after the team's best season in 25 years, and a sex-abuse case with over 1,000 victims that may be the worst ever in sports. And yet, the man in charge of the department has been hard to find and even harder to hold accountable.
Good Thing Deshaun Watson Didn’t Bet On Football, Get Busted With Weed, Or Kneel During The Anthem!
Just hours after an independent arbitrator ruled he must miss six games over sexual misconduct claims from more than 30 women, Deshaun Watson jogged out onto the Cleveland Browns' training camp field, showered by a chorus of cheers from a celebratory throng of fans. It was an acutely on-brand exhibition of the NFL's priorities.
Starting Over And Keeping Avila Shows Detroit Tigers Aren’t Serious About Winning
How else can you explain Chris Ilitch allowing the man who's completely botched this rebuild oversee another? Ilitch's priority is to maximize the Tigers' profitability with minimum investment, and Avila serves that interest.
Michigan May Finally Be Acknowledging Importance Of MSU Rivalry
Jim Harbaugh and senior tight end Erick All both listed beating MSU as a priority for Michigan this season. It could represent a fundamental shift in how U-M views State, and it could cost the Spartans their biggest advantage over the Wolverines.
Jim Harbaugh’s Views On NIL Are Transformational When Michigan Stands To Have Someone Else Pay For The Transaction
Harbaugh proposed the Big Ten share revenue with players via NIL deals. It's a shame, because it's a good idea, although completely and utterly hypocritical given the holier-than-thou stance he's taken on NIL all offseason.
8 Damning Detroit Tigers Stats And Facts That Should Get Al Avila Fired
Most MLB general managers are given three, maybe four seasons to oversee a successful rebuild. Avila has the Tigers positioned for an eighth year of their reclamation project.
Will Smith Should Make A Biopic Movie About Juwan Howard
Smith has already gone full method in his prep for the role by smacking Chris Rock upside the head at the Oscars.
Detroit Lions: Sports Bettors Are Drinking That Honolulu Blue Kool-Aid
The Lions account for three of the most popular sports wagers, according to Caesars Sportsbook in Las Vegas.