Detroit Sports

Greg Monroe’s DUI Arrest is Far From Settled

Detroit Pistons starting forward Greg Monroe now joins Ray Rice, Tony Stewart and P.J. Tucker as high-profile athletes in the limelight for the wrong reasons.

Monroe was arrested and processed for Driving Under Intoxication by Huntington Woods police on Feb. 13. He was charged just before the All-Star break and told police at the time of his arrest that his intoxication was due to two glasses of wine he had at Bosco, a Ferndale bar. Read More…

Tigers in Need of Motown Miracle; Drop First Two in Baltimore

The first two games of the 2014 postseason appeared to be a script out of Brad Ausmus’ worst nightmare.

After dropping Game 1 on Thursday night, the Tigers found themselves with a 5-3 lead going into the sixth inning. Anibal Sanchez, normally a starting pitcher, came out of the bullpen for the Detroit Tigers. Read More…

Week 5 Preview: The Return of Jim Schwartz

This week, the Buffalo Bills circle their wagons to the Motor City and you know who is riding shotgun in one of those wagons? Former Lions head coach Jim Schwartz.

For those of you who blocked Schwartz completely out of your life once he left, Schwartz is now the defensive coordinator for the Bills. Read More…

Baltimore Breakdown- ALDS Preview: Tigers vs Orioles

Detroit last went to the World Series in 2012. Baltimore last went to the World Series in 1983.

The Detroit Tigers are coming off of their fourth consecutive American League Central Division title. The Baltimore Orioles are coming off of their first American League East Division title since 1997. Read More…

Lions Den – #14 – 10/1/14

With a 3-1 record heading into Week 5, all signs are pointing up for the Detroit Lions.

This week, on Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer, Louis Bilotta and Christopher Boggus recap the Lions’ 24-17 win over the New York Jets, preview Week 5’s matchup against the Buffalo Bills and discuss the latest drama surrounding Ndamukong Suh. Read More…

A Look Back on the Wonderful 162

In 2014, the usual narrative changed for Detroit. The waltz into the playoffs was no more. The players were traded and released and captured off waivers like no season before. The names changed, the heroes and goats shuffled by the week. The division ended in a fierce battle that lasted nearly two months.

And yet, the Tigers prevailed once again. Read More…

Pistons Minor Moves

Nothing beats a little healthy competition, and the Detroit Pistons are doing their best to instill this mindset into training camp.

The Pistons signed several free agent players to non-guaranteed deals, including the former second overall pick in 2009 out of Connecticut, Hasheem Thabeet. Read More…

Tiger Talk #12 – 9/29/14 – The Boys are In!

After an excruciatingly long, up and down, topsy-turvy, down right strange season, the guys are elated to have come out on top.

The Detroit Tigers, much like predicted at the beginning of the season, are the AL Central Division Champs for the fourth consecutive year. However, this season was unlike any other. Read More…

Lions Offense Prevails Over Jets

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.

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Luke Glendening Understands, Willing to Fight for Playing Time

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…

What Brandon Jennings Must Do to Rejuvinate His Career

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…

Week 4 Preview: Lions @ Jets

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.

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Tigers With No Need For Binoculars, Playoffs Well In Sight

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.

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The Pact – #49 – 9/22/14

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?

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Lions’ Defense Too Much For Packers

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…

Live from Training Camp: Octopi Hockeytown with Ken Kal

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.

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Fischer and Draper Lead Red Team to Alumni Victory

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.

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