This week on Horsepower, host Cameron Billes is joined by Colin Jackson to discuss Detroit’s training camp roster signings, Jeff van Gundy’s comments on the Pistons’ playoff chances and Darko Milicic’s new career choice. Read More…
The Detroit Lions prevailed in Week 4 against the New York Jets 24-17, with the Lions’ offense stepping up in place of the defense.
MetLife stadium will go without a win for yet another week. The Lions dominated the offensive side of the ball scoring 24 points on 360 yards in their 34 minutes of possession.
Luke Glendening, 25, understands that he needs to be “an all-around better player” to make it into the lineup going into the 2014 regular season.
Glendening played at the University of Michigan and graduated in the spring of 2012. He was a free agent pickup that the Red Wings gave a shot to going into the 2012-2013 season. Read More…
After his first season in a Detroit Pistons uniform, Brandon Jennings realizes he needs to improve his game.
“I’m going to be honest. It was my worst year,” Jennings said in an interview with the Detroit Free Press. “It was just the worst season ever, a roller coaster.”
Jennings averaged a career-low 15.5 points per game last season and had a career high 2.7 turnovers per game. However, he did average 7.6 assists per game, which was also a career best. Read More…
Now in Week 4, the Lions travel to New York to play their first AFC East opponent of the year, the New York Jets. After a Week 3 victory over the Green Bay Packers, the Lions No. 1 ranked defense looks to stay atop the charts against a Jets sub-par offense.
The Detroit Tigers have clinched a spot in the 2014 postseason for a franchise record fourth consecutive year.
Detroit clinched a minimum of a wild card berth after the Toronto Blue Jays were able to hold off the Seattle Mariners 1-0 in 12 innings on Wednesday. However, the Tigers have bigger plans on their mind.
In what was a shocking upset to many, the Detroit Lions defeated the Green Bay Packers 19-7 on Sunday. Co-hosts Michael Higer and Louis Bilotta, along with beat writer Chris Boggus enter the Lions Den to discuss the Lions’ victory.
Locally, it has been a successful weekend for the state of Michigan overall as Michigan State football dominated, the Detroit Lions finally found a way past the division foe Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Tigers looked headed to the playoffs with the return of a top pitcher.
After Saturday’s 73-14 victory for Michigan State football over Eastern Michigan, the panel looks to find the negatives in the Spartans’ dominating performance and if the offense or defense impressed them more?
The Detroit Lions bounced back from their Week 2 loss with a 19-7 win at home over the rival Green Bay Packers.
Ford Field was rocking when Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers’ electrifying offense was held to an uncharacteristic 223 total yards. The Lions’ defense continued their streak of holding opponents to less than 80 rushing yards per game. Second-year running back sensation Eddie Lacy topped out at 11 carries for 36 yards, and his counterpart James Starks finished with eight rushing attempts for 38 yards. Read More…
This week on Horsepower, host Cameron Billes chats with special guest Don Showalter about his coaching experiences with John Wooden, Andre Drummond and the FIBA USA U-17 men’s basketball team. Read More…
On this week’s episode of Octopi Hockeytown, host Austin Goodman is joined by the Detroit Red Wings radio play-by-play announcer, Ken Kal live from Centre Ice Arena in Traverse City, Mich. during the 2014 Detroit Red Wings Training Camp.
Goodman and Kal combine their efforts to bring Octopi listeners updates on the Red Wings Training Camp taking place this weekend.
The Detroit Red Wings’ annual Alumni and Celebrity Game was a high-scoring, enjoyable time for fans alike.
The score of the game was a 12-10 final, giving the “Red Team”, the victory.
The 2014 Alumni and Celebrity Game hosted a slew of veterans, including players like Jiří Fischer, Kris Draper, Chris Chelios, Dallas Drake and Kirk Maltby.
With the Detroit Tigers back in first place, the guys are feeling better about where things stand as the final weeks of play wrap up.
Host Tony Garcia is finally able to separate his head from heart as he acknowledges his realization that this Justin Verlander is just not the same guy.
The Detroit Lions’ hopes for a 16-0 season were dashed in week two after a 24-7 drubbing by the Carolina Panthers.
In this episode of Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Chris Boggus discuss their thoughts and impressions of the 1-1 Lions.
The crew also previews next week’s game against the Green Bay Packers. Stick around to hear which analyst picks the Lions to beat their hated rival.
The long anticipation of a contract extension for the 24-year old defenseman, Danny DeKeyser, is over.
Today, DeKeyser’s agent and Red Wings general manager, Ken Holland, came to an agreement on a two-year contract, with a salary-cap hit of $2.187 million annually.
Preparation for his second season will get under way this weekend at training camp, where the Red Wings will analyze their young team and morphed defense.
Nick Fairley and Miguel Cabrera are two big names right now in the Detroit sports world. Fairley has recently made headlines for his eating habits, while Cabrera has received a lot of attention over his August hitting struggles.
What do these two athletes have in common? Both have been recipients of DUI’s, and one more Detroit athlete is set to join that list.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Detroit Pistons forward Greg Monroe was suspended Sept. 9 without pay by the NBA for a DUI he received in February, just hours after a game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
This week on Horsepower, Cameron Billes returns with Colin Jackson to recap Detroit’s busy offseason, discuss Greg Monroe’s DUI and reminisce on Chauncey Billups’ terrific career.
The Detroit Lions flew into Charlotte, N.C., coming off of a collective win against the New York Giants Monday night, but the Panthers’ defense proved to be a tough matchup.
The dynamic Lions offense was held to an unimpressive seven points to Carolina’s 24 on Sunday.
Turnovers plagued the Lions all throughout the game. Detroit failed to establish a healthy rhythm due to an early Joique Bell fumble, and failed to rally a comeback due to a late Matt Stafford interception and Jeremy Ross fumble. Read More…
It was a Monday night party in the Motor City as the Lions demolished the Giants in their home opener, winning 35-14.
Michael and Louis are back for another episode of Lions Den. Each hosts will discuss what their first impressions were following the Monday night victory.
They also make their bold predictions for the Week 2 matchup against the Panthers.
Entering September 10, the Detroit Tigers are sitting at 80-65, which is tied for the lead in the American League Central Division. For a team coming off of three-straight division titles, and three consecutive ALCS appearances, with a World Series appearance mixed in, this is not where the Tigers were expected to be.
Heading into the season Detroit was the heavy favorite in the American League, and projected to win their division by the widest margin of any team in baseball. However, in mid-September, the Tigers find themselves in the thick of a pennant race, scratching and clawing for every win.