Monday, December 30, 2013

Max Bullough done at Michigan State

The Spartans will be without starting linebacker Max Bullough (sr.) for the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. In a statement by Mark Dantonio on Christmas night, it was announced that Bullough was suspended for the bowl game. Max is projected to be a fifth round draft pick in the upcoming draft. The team will make no further comment on the issue.

Whatever Max Bullough did will be unknown, but he was stupid enough to cost himself a spot in the “Granddaddy of them All”, the 100 Rose Bowl.

Rose Bowl Preview tomorrow…

Friday, December 27, 2013

Detroit Lions 2013: The Collapse, The Coach, and The Curse

The Detroit Lions lost an overtime snoozer to the Giants this past Sunday afternoon. They lost five of their last six and now sit at third place with a 7-8 record. The Lions have skidded out and they probably will fire Coach Schwartz. They have been dismal against .500+ teams since Schwartz joined the team.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

The Good Bad and Ugly of Sports right now

The Good:

The Detroit Tigers hired Brad Ausmus to lead a revamped coaching staff that should invigorate next year's team. Last week Prince "Soft Pretzel" Fielder was traded away to Texas for second baseman Ian Kinsler. Kinsler is a 20-20 guy that slots in the top of the lineup while being cheaper then Prince's $219 million, 9 year deal. Cabrera moves back to first and Castellanos starts at third.
Projected Lineup:
Jackson, CF
Kinsler, 2B
Hunter, RF
Cabrera, 1B
Martinez, DH
Castellanos, 3B
Dirks, LF
Avila, C
Iglesias, SS
MSU Spartans: Football is heading to next weekend's Big Ten championship against #4 Team from Columbus, Ohio. Basketball is #1 after beating former #1 Kentucky, followed by a nailbiter against Columbia.

The (Better, but still) Bad:

The Red Wings ate 12-7-7 and have the #4 playoff seed, but prior to the last two wins they lost 8 of 9 with 5 straight overtime or shootout losses.

The Ugly:

Michigan football is 7-4 and they have fizzled from being a Big Ten championship contender to going to the Meineke Choker Care Bowl. The basketball team is 4-2 with losses to Iowa State and Charlotte. They squeaked out a 82-80 win against Florida State.
The Pistons may be 6-9, and giving up 100 points per game, but they are currently the #8 seed in the Eastern Conference.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

2013 World Series Quick Preview: St. Louis Cardinals at Boston, plus Tigers update

Preview

The Boston hitters have to face a tough pitching staff and St Louis has rolled through the playoffs pretty easily. St Louis has a decent lineup that will get to the Red Sox pitchers eventually. Ortiz and Victorino won't hit enough, and no amount of facial hair will help. If I want to see beards, I'll watch Duck Dynasty at 10pm tonight. The Cardinals bats get hot, and St Louis is the 2013 champion.

Schedule:

GameMatchupDateTime (ET)TVTickets
Game 1St. Louis @ BostonWed, Oct 237:30 PMFOX
Game 2St. Louis @ BostonThu, Oct 247:30 PMFOXtickets
Game 3Boston @ St. LouisSat, Oct 267:30 PMFOXtickets
Game 4Boston @ St. LouisSun, Oct 278:00 PMFOXtickets
Game 5*Boston @ St. LouisMon, Oct 287:30 PMFOXtickets
Game 6*St. Louis @ BostonWed, Oct 307:30 PMFOXtickets
Game 7*St. Louis @ BostonThu, Oct 317:30 PMFOXtickets

Los Tigres de Detroit ActualizaciĆ³n >> Detroit Tigers Update

The Tigers are on the hunt for a new manager after Jim Leyland's retirement on Monday.
There are many options out there and here are some of the names being floated around:
IN HOUSE:

Lloyd McClendon
Tigers Hitting Coach 2007- pres
Tigers Bullpen Coach 2006
Pittsburgh Pirates Manager 2001-2005 (336-446)
Pirates Hitting Coach 1995-2000
Backup OF/1B/C 1987-1994 with Pirates/Cubs/Reds

Gene Lamont
Tigers Bench Coach 2013
Third Base Coach 2001-04, Tigers 06-12
Pirates Manager 1997-2000 (295-352)
White Sox Manager 1992-1995 (258-210)
Leyland's 3B Coach w/ Pirates 1986-1991
Minor League Manger 1978-1985
Tigers Minor and Major League Catcher 1965-1977

Tom Brookens
Tigers Third Base Coach 2013
Tigers First Base Coach 2009-2012
Minor League Manager 2005-2008
Tigers Third Baseman 1978-1989 (Yankees/Reds 1990-1991)

FORMER MLB MANAGERS:
Dusty Baker
Eric Wedge
Charlie Manuel
Manny Acta

FORMER PLAYERS:
Brad Ausmus
Torey Cavullo
Jose Canseco
Cal Ripken Jr.

CURRENT MLB MANAGERS:
Don Mattingly, Dodgers
Kirk Gibson, Dbacks

I think it will be: Lloyd McClendon or Manny Act a
I want it to be: Wedge or Gibson

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Tigers lose ALCS Game 5 and MSU Volleyball lost too on Thursday

MSU Volleyball

#5 MSU lost at the #10 Minnesota Golden Gophers 23-25, 25-21, 24-26, 25-22, 15-7 in a tough road loss. The Spartans are at Wisconsin Sunday (2p)

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Joe Furia gets a hat trick, leads Detroit to 31-17 win over the Browns

Lions TE Joe Furia caught three touchdown passes from Matthew Stafford on his only three receptions. He had 248 passing yards and another TD pass to Reggie Bush.

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Tigers at Red Sox ALCS Game 2 Lineups and Prediction

Lineup courtesy of the MLB Facebook page
Iglesias is out, Kelly is in LF, and Peralta slots over to SS.

ALCS Game 1 Recap: Tigers One-Hit The Red Sox

Through 4 innings, Anibal Sanchez was en fuego and had 9 strikeouts, retiring 12 of the first 15 batters with three walks. The Tigers hadn't scored off Jon Lester either.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

My ALCS Prediction: Tigers vs. Red Sox

The Tigers face a tough challenge against the Boston Red Sox. It's a 2-3-2 format with the middle three in Detroit. The Tigers face a tough challenge as the Bloody Sox had the best record in the American League. Also, the Sox could go up 2-0 with the first two games at Fenway.

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Langford's four TDs lead Michigan State to 42-28 win over Indiana..

Jeremy Langford celebrates his second TD of the day as he led Michigan State to the win with four touchdowns.  Jarrad Henderson/DFP
Jeremy Langford celebrates his second
 TD of the day as he led Michigan State
 to the win with four touchdowns.
Jarrad Henderson/DFP
Jeremy Langford emerged as a major threat on offense in MSU's 42-8 homecoming win at Spartan Stadium. Langford had three rushing touchdowns and tacked on a receiving touchdown on the day. He had a total of 109 yards.

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