The Spartans face off against Eastern Michigan after a bye week and will then take on Wyoming during homecoming week. These games will wrap up the non-conference season for MSU, as Mark Dantonio hopes to earn two victories while the team builds up momentum heading into the Big Ten season.
Hosts Michael Higer and Louis Bilotta are back for the eighth edition of Lions Den.
In this week’s podcasts, the hosts discuss first round draft pick Eric Ebron remaining unsigned and whether or not they believe the Lions’ secondary improved over the offseason.
The anticipation is almost over. The 2014 NFL Draft finally kicks off at 8 p.m. on Thursday.
Michael, Louis and Chris could not wait any longer, so on this episode of Lions Den they bring you their Mock Draft Special. Each host goes out on a whim and presents their mock drafts for the first ten picks of the first round, and also predicts who the Lions’ first six picks of the draft will be.
Louis is in Tennessee this week, so filling in for him to talk some Lions football is Lions Den beat writer Chris Boggus.
This week, Michael and Chris discuss the signing of Rashean Mathis, the Lions’ kicker situation and of course, the drama of the Ndamukong Suh situation.
With the NFL Draft less than a month away, the rumor mill is hot with what the Lions might do with the No. 10 overall pick.
On this edition of Lions Den, hosts Michael Higer and Louis Bilotta discuss an interesting scenario for the Lions and weigh in on the signing of new cornerback Cassius Vaughn.
The Lions have remained busy this NFL offseason.
On this episode of Lions Den, Michael and Louis discuss the latest addition to the Honolulu Blue.
With just a week until Opening Day for the Detroit Tigers, it seemed as if the Tigers’ wheeling and dealing had finally cooled off. Monday morning however, fans woke up to the news that the Tigers had shipped utility-man Steve Lombardozzi to Baltimore for shortstop Alex Gonzalez.
Tigers fans may be familiar with Lombardozzi, even though most have never even seen him step onto the field in a Tigers’ uniform. Lombardozzi was a piece of the controversial trade that sent Doug Fister to the Washington Nationals in December. The Tigers also acquired pitchers Robbie Ray and Ian Krol in the trade.
Even in the middle of the offseason, there is never a bad time to talk Lions football.
Hosts Michael Higer and Louis Bilotta bring you a new episode of Lions Den.
This week Michael and Louis discuss some free agency rumors, the upcoming NFL draft and reflect on some memories of the Pontiac Silverdome.
Twenty-four hours into the free agency period, the Detroit Lions made their first signing, and it was a big one.
The Lions agreed to a five-year, $31 million deal with former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate. $13.25 million of his deal is guaranteed money.
A piece of the Detroit Lions’ franchise for over 50 years is gone.
Owner and team chairman William Clay Ford Sr. passed away Sunday morning in his sleep. He was 88.
The season does not start for another 48 days. The playoffs are more than a half a year away.
Did you think that would stop us?
Even with Gary Harris going 3-20 from the field and without Keith Appling and Branden Dawson due to injuries, it took a clutch pull-up jumper from Wisconsin’s Traevon Jackson with two seconds left for the Badgers to down the Spartans, 60-58.
Michigan State played poorly on the offensive end in the first half, but their stout defense forced eight turnovers in the first half and kept MSU in the game.
Well, that did not take long.
Sunday afternoon, just a few hours after defeating the Denver Nuggets 126-109, the Detroit Pistons fired head coach Maurice Cheeks. The story was first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.
With National Signing Day almost 24 hours away, the Michigan State coaching staff is feeling the most pressure since the Rose Bowl. Mark Dantonio and his staff are breathing a little easier Monday night as they earned a commitment from one of the top players on their radar.
Craig Evans, a 6-foot-3, 305 pound defensive tackle from Sun Prairie, Wisc., was originally a Wisconsin commit, but announced his decision to flip to MSU on Twitter Monday night.
The Detroit Lions’ head coaching search has finally come to an end.
After touching down on a San Diego tarmac just to find out that Ken Whisenhunt would choose the Titans over the Lions, Detroit acted swiftly in hiring its second choice, Jim Caldwell.
Well, it is finally over Lions fans.
After a 1-6 collapse in the final seven games and a missed opportunity of a playoff berth, the Detroit Lions have fired head coach Jim Schwartz.
The firing was first reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN, after Schwartz met with the team owners at team headquarters in Allen Park, MI. Read More…
Monday marked the beginning of MLB’s annual Winter Meetings in Orlando, Fla., and with it came a slew of free agent signings and trades.
Tigers GM Dave Dombrowski has never hesitated to make a splash at the meetings. In 2007, they traded prospects to the Florida Marlins for eventual two-time MVP Miguel Cabrera, and in 2009, traded Curtis Granderson and Edwin Jackson for Austin Jackson, Max Scherzer, Phil Coke and Daniel Schlereth. Read More…
The Detroit Lions lost a heartbreaker to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, 24-21. Fans watched in bewilderment, as the Lions gave up five turnovers, including a late interception off the hands of Calvin Johnson to seal their fate.
Dave Dombrowski has done it again. In what is quite possibly the most shocking Tigers news since the Tigers signed him, first baseman Prince Fielder has been traded to the Texas Rangers, along with cash, in exchange for second baseman Ian Kinsler.
According to CBS Sports baseball insider Jon Heyman, the Tigers and Rangers agreed to an exchange of the two star players, pending a physical and commissioner approval. Read More…
MLB’s offseason is only two weeks old, and the hot stove is beginning to heat up already.
According to a tweet from Jon Morosi, MLB insider for Fox Sports, “Mutual Interest has already developed between Tigers and free agent closer Joe Nathan. Nathan has Detroit high on his wish list.” Read More…