By David Zuckerman
Impact Sports Staff Writer
The University of Michigan always has an overwhelming stronghold on the Cass Tech-to-Michigan pipeline, until the month of August rolled around.
The Spartans have received their first, and perhaps most important official verbal commitment from the class of 2015, junior Detroit Cass Tech “Technician” Quarterback, Jayru Campbell.
Michigan State University Swimming and Diving head coach Matt Gianiodis stops by the WDBM studios to talk about the upcoming season, his unusual path to coaching and Spartan swimming alumni making headlines around the world.
By: Faith Krogulecki
Impact Sports staff writer
After clinching the Big Ten Championship Title last year from the Michigan Wolverines in overtime, the Michigan State University Men’s Soccer team is anxious to begin their 2013 season.
Tonight on Impact Exposure, Gabriela Saldivia fills in for host Abbie Newton. We talk to Michigan State University Sailing team about their unique sport, explore what Broad Art Museum has in store for the coming fall, hear from a Spartan who participated in the 2013 World Dwarf Games, discuss a new political leadership program coming to campus and lastly learn about the Back to School Expo from event organizer Todd Duckett. Read More…
The 2013-14 men’s basketball schedule is out, Impact Sports staff members Derek Grantham and Bri Harvery return break it down.
MSU volleyball is ranked #14 in the preseason polls, Kathy George’s squad is previewed.
Plus, Cass Tech High School four-star recruit Jayru Campbell commits to the 2015 class.
Photo: Matthew Mitchell/MSU Athletic Communications
By Jennifer Swanchara
Impact Sports staff writer
During Football Media Day at Michigan State University on August 5, the coveted starting quarterback position was still in question.
After starting all 13 games last season, fifth-year senior Andrew Maxwell no longer appears to be a shoe-in this season after Connor Cook proved he is a strong candidate in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.
Exposure welcomes August with a fun look at the life of a zookeeper. Host Abbie Newton gets a backstage pass to the Potter Park Zoo. We also preview the Great Lakes Folk Festival, which is coming to Lansing on August 9-11. Lastly, Impact’s Miguel Martinez details the construction in the area.
Host Abbie Newton speaks with MSU professor Eric Scorsone, who is an advisor to Kevyn Orr, Detroit’s financial manager. Scorsone talks about what Detroit filing bankruptcy means for the city and the state of Michigan. Also, Michigan State history professor Peter Alegi speaks about Nelson Mandela and the history of South Africa. Also on Exposure, we catch up with former Spartan basketball player Mateen Cleaves about One Goal One Passion basketball camp. Lastly, we get a little slam poetry for the Spartan soul.