I've lived in Michigan my entire life and am proud if it! I've been involved in broadcasting since 1996 (covering Lansing Community College basketball). After graduating from Specs Howard Broadcasting School in 1998, I returned to Lansing to join Liggett Broadcasting (now TownsquareMedia). In October of 2000, I moved on to Port Huron, MI and spent seven months there, what an experience that was! In March of 2002, I returned to Lansing to continue my broadcasting career and have been here ever since. I am the very proud uncle of three wonderful kids: Jack, Anna, and Emma. They are an absolute riot, and wish I could see them more. Number 1 on my sports bucket list is to attend a Super Bowl in person. And there are four golf courses in the world that I would love to play on: Augusta National, St. Andrew's, Carnoustie, and Pebble Beach. And one of these days, I'll jump in my car and drive all across America to see some places I haven't seen yet (I've been in 25 states so far).
Lansing Lugnuts Will Be Locos For Select Games In 2019
The Lansing Lugnuts announced on Monday that they will play as the Lansing Locos for several games in the 2019 season.
Cassius Winston Named B1G POY
Michigan State junior point guard Cassius Winston (pictured) was named as the Big Ten Men's Basketball Player of the Year by the league's coaches and media on Monday afternoon.
Lions Agree To Deals With DB Coleman, DE Flowers
Just hours after agreeing to a deal with free agent wide receiver Danny Amendola, the Detroit Lions have inked deals with free agents Trey Flowers and Justin Coleman (pictured above).
Lansing Lugnuts’ Annual Job Fair This Saturday
The Lansing Lugnuts will host its annual Job Fair this coming Saturday at the Lansing Center.
MSU Board Accepts Engler Resignation, Names Udpa Interim President
In a meeting that was called by the Michigan State Board of Trustees on Wednesday, the Board voted to accept the resignation of school interim president John Engler, effective immediately, on Thursday morning.
Former MSU Basketball Coach Gus Ganakas Passes Away
Former Michigan State men's basketball coach Gus Ganakas died on Friday at the age of 92.
Former MSU President Lou Anna Simon Faces Charges
Former Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon was charged in Eaton County District Court of lying to police in relation to the ongoing investigation into the Larry Nassar scandal, the Lansing State Journal is reporting.
Report: Miles Bridges’ Mother Took Impermissible Benefits From Sports Agent
Cynthia Bridges, the mother of Michigan State star Miles Bridges, allegedly broke NCAA rules by receiving money and meals from a sports agent in the spring of 2016.
Nassar Sentenced In Eaton County Court
Larry Nassar was sentenced in Eaton County Circuit Court to 40-125 years in jail on three charges of Criminal sexual conduct.
Report: MSU To Name Ianni Interim AD
Michigan State is expected to name Deputy Athletic Director Greg Ianni as the school's interim AD.