Michigan State is ready to roll Wyoming. What a delicious fall menu on this week’s Walk the Line. Why say anything else? Read More…
Time for Michigan State to wreck a couple people. The Spartans head into Saturday as 45.5-point favorites vs. the Eagles of EMU from Ypsilanti. Yes, that’s a lot.
Brooks Laimbeer & Dan Krier discuss this week’s NCAA football top games, wondering if Jameis Winston’s unnecessary public display of deviance will cause FSU to let Clemson stay close. Ryan Smith drops in at the 16min mark to talk NFL Week 3 lines, allowing Dan & Ryan to vent about poor coaching that makes point spreads seem arbitrary. Can someone in charge please act like you deserve it? Thanks! Read More…
Double time for football lines!
Walk the Line kicks into full swing for the 2014 football season with Brooks Laimbeer and Dan Krier talking NCAA football spreads before Ryan Smith steps in to bring the best NFL expertise in the land. Believe it.
Dan and Brooks discuss the epic Michigan State (+12) matchup at Oregon this Saturday where the Spartans have more than a point spread to face heading into the College Football Playoff.
At the 27 minute mark, Ryan Smith stops by to get everyone ready for NFL 2014. Yes, it’s here.
Brooks Laimbeer joins Dan Krier this week on Walk the Line to discuss the official start to the 2014 NCAA football season. It’s time to talk point spreads and over/unders!
Michigan State’s first game is Friday against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks in a matchup that has no official line. Do you think that will stop Dan from putting MSU -27.5? The question is, will they cover? Dan and Brooks break down the most relevant stats to predict their final scores. Read More…
Ryan Smith & Dan Krier usher in the 2014 football season with a Walk the Line discussion previewing the upcoming NCAA football campaign that will culminate in the first-ever championship playoff. What will it take for the Michigan State Spartans to earn a spot in the new Final Four?
Ryan and Dan also talk about the merits of point spreads and give their thoughts on Johnny Manziel’s presence in the NFL. It’s good to be back! Read More…
It only took four years to get here.
Starting this Thursday, June 12, sports fans around the globe will be treated to the 2014 FIFA World Cup being held in Brazil. Never before has Brazil hosted this month-long tournament, and with all the world’s best teams ready for action, a classic for the ages is a distinct possibility.
Dan Krier & Brooks Laimbeer break down the 16 opening games of the World Cup, analyzing the current betting lines and looking in-depth at such matches as USA vs. Ghana, which will take place on June 16, and England vs. Italy on June 14. Read More…
Connecticut’s run to the 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship was nothing short of spectacular. Plus…they covered the spread every game!
It was a good run.
With Sunday’s loss to the 5.5-pont underdog UConn Huskies in NYC, the 2013-’14 MSU Spartan men’s basketball season came to a close, but it was a run filled with amazing memories from the last few weeks.
Dan Krier & Ryan Smith spend Ep.24 of Walk the Line discussing the Spartans’ final game and look forward to this weekend’s upcoming Final Four battles in Dallas.
Sweet, then Elite!
Episode 23 of Walk the Line finds Dan Krier & Ryan Smith in the midst of NCAA Tournament heaven. Time to break down the Sweet 16 & Elite 8 matchups, with Thursday and Friday’s spreads on the board waiting to be picked apart, including MSU vs. UVa.
Clear the floor, it’s time to dance!
The 2014 NCAA men’s basketball tournament is finally here, and the Michigan State Spartans are playing their best basketball of the season. Time to get excited? You better believe it!
Episode 22 of Walk the Line reunites Dan Krier with Ryan Smith for a complete analysis of the entire slate of Thursday and Friday first-round tournament games. Time to talk point spreads, not just brackets.
Who’s that filling in for Ryan Smith on this week’s Walk the Line? None other than Impact Sports founder Alex Scharg!
Dan Krier & Alex discuss the previous two Michigan State Spartan men’s basketball games against Nebraska and Purdue, and then look forward to this Sunday’s gigantic matchup with the Michigan Wolverines in Ann Arbor. Is it payback time for Sparty, or will U of M put themselves on the path to a Big Ten Championship? Surely MSU will be underdogs, but by how much?
Time to break down Big Ten basketball, Walk the Line style!
The MSU Spartans men’s basketball team sits atop the conference standings for yet another weekend of games leading up to this Sunday’s home matchup with Nebraska. Will the presence of Payne mean another 15-point spread and a cakewalk victory for Tom Izzo’s crew?
Michigan State’s athletic director, Mark Hollis, shared plans with ESPN Wednesday for a four-team “barnstorming event” to occur over winter break in 2018.
According to ESPN.com, Hollis has organized a three-city, four-team tour that includes Michigan State, North Carolina, Florida and Texas playing games in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles. Each team will play three games in an eight day period, one in each city.
It’s Michigan weekend for the swimming and diving team as they travel to Ann Arbor to take on the No. 2 men’s swim team in the country and the No. 20 women’s team. The women also travel to Toledo to end the regular season on Saturday. Hear from coaches Matt Gianiodis and Michael Hulme as well as senior Bryan Williams.
On Sunday February 2nd, 2014, Super Bowl XLVIII will kick off between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks in a game that is expected to exceed previous numbers on all fronts. Let’s take one final look at the most important quantifiable categories that will make this year’s contest the biggest the sports world has ever seen. Read More…
Women’s water polo season has kicked off as host Max King sits down with the team to preview a season of high expectations.
Hear why Nationals will not be held in East Lansing anymore and what a victory over the University of Michigan will mean to this 2014 team.
EAST LANSING, Mich. — It was an unusual senior day as Michigan State’s opponent, Denison University, was unable to travel due to inclement weather. The team made they most of what they had with an inter-squad meet.
Props to the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks for making it to Super Bowl XLVIII.
Props to Ryan Smith & Dan Krier for making it through the entire football season on Walk the Line. Props to Impact89FM, props to Impact Sports. Props all around!
This week, Ryan & Dan delve into the particulars of SB XLVIII, where the 2-point favorite Broncos look to crack Seattle’s #1 defense. But it’s those nutty prop bets that are the most fun, so the guys break down the game’s truly important sports picks, such as Bruno Mars’ possible halftime hat choice and whether or not Peyton Manning will yell “Omaha!” more or less than 28 times.
After kicking off their indoor season at the Grand Valley State Bob Eubanks Open two weekends ago, the Michigan State track and field program is heading to South Bend, Ind. on Saturday, Jan. 25 for the Notre Dame Invitational.
The team has already showed several great performances, posting 13 individual wins at their first meet of the 2014 season at GVSU. The team took primarily sprinters, jumpers and throwers.