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The Knee Jerks: Eno and Big Al - 5th anniversary extravaganza

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The Knee Jerks, Eno and Big Al, started podcasting five years ago. So the Jerks celebrate their accomplishment with a 5th anniversary extravaganza, bringing back some of their favorite guests to catch up with their latest projects and talk a little sports.

The guest list includes:

  • Matt Hutter of Bleacher Report, our Red Wings insider and the origiinal 3rd Jerk, wraps up Detroit's season.
  • Author and electric football expert Earl Shores of "The Unforgettable Buzz," tells us of his newest project, "Full Color Electric Football."
  • Our college sports insider and the 4th Jerk, Adam Biggers of Bleacher Report and SB Nation, talks Michigan and Michigan State.
  • Linda McCoy-Murrary updates us with the latest from the Jim Murray Foundation.
  • Detroit and New York City broadcasting legend Bob Page returns with an opinion on everything sports related.
  • Former Detroit Pistons player and head coach Ray Scott tells us what the future of the franchise may hold and looks back at his 70's playoff teams.
  • Long-time Detroit sports talk radio host Jamie Samuelson of 97.1 the Ticket gives us his take on all the local teams.
  • We welcome a newcomer to the podcast, Dave Mesrey. Dave is a member of the Navin Field Grounds Crew, helping to keep alive the spirit of Tiger Stadium at the grounds surrounding  Michigan and Trumbull.
  • Ed Cmar returns to talk all things NHL, giving us a juicy rumor on Mike Keenan.

It's been a great 5 years. We want thank everyone who has participated onver the years. We also wantr to thiank the listeners of the The Knee Jerks, who have tolerated our technical misteps, shenanigans and pontificating over the years!

Thanks again, everyone!

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