Carve out your forehead with barbed wire every weekday afternoon with me, David “Mad Dog” Demarco. Get the latest sports news and notes to start your afternoon. Energetic, exciting, dynamic, and entertaining are just some of the adjectives that have been used to describe me and my show, as well as a few others that I'm told we can’t print. I provide coverage that is rare in this era of sanitized sports talk. If you want high energy along with solid sports talk, this is your new home…bring it! I turn on the electricity like you’ve never heard before! Join me every weekday from 3 PM to 6 PM on Lansing’s Sports Station The Game 730 AM WVFN.
David "Mad Dog" DeMarco
AJ Hinch is the Reason the Tigers are Winning Right Now
There’s only one reason the Tigers are on an upswing, and that’s their manager AJ Hinch!
Three Lansing District Athletes Have Gone on to Win NBA Championships
So far, those are the only three athletes who played for Lansing that went on to win NBA championships. Hopefully there will be many more in the future!
Sports Questions That Nobody Has Been Able to Answer
I'm constantly wondering why some things happen and other things don't. I've got a list of many things in sports that are a question mark.
Hard Work Does Pay Off — Just Look at the 1997-1998 Chicago Bulls
In any endeavor you go after, work hard, have a plan, and be disciplined.
The Tigers Get Rid Of Dead Weight and Sweep the Twinkies
It does seem that the Tigers play better when they cut out the dead weight. We’ll see what the Tigers will do to produce runs too.
It’s Just About Time for Fantasy Football
Get your information from wherever and get ready for another exciting year of the NFL and Fantasy Football. Good luck, you will need it.
Sports Cards Have Come Roaring Back
I am so fired up about sports cards making a solid comeback.
All of the Detroit Lions Quarterbacks From the Past 60 Years
So many quarterbacks with the same losing result!
‘Mr. Wonderful’ Paul Orndorff Dead at 71
Yesterday, WWE Hall of Famer Paul Orndorff died at the age of 71. Orndorff was better known as “Mr. Wonderful.” He was such a great sports entertainer.
What’s Your Favorite MLB All-Star Memory?
Mad Dog's pick is Reggie Jackson hitting the homer in 1971. Doc Ellis grooved a pitch to Reggie Jackson and he just crushed the pitch that hit the light transformer in right field.