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Taylor "Gator" Phillips and Ed Smith recap what went down in the following games:
Rutgers Scarlet Knights/Michigan Wolverines
Michigan State Spartans/Nebraska Conhuskers
Red Wings/Toronto Maple Leafs
Dallas Stars/Red Wings
Pistons/Portland Trail Blazers
Taylor also previews the upcoming game between his Central Michigan Chippewas and the no-longer-undefeated Toledo Rockets, who suffered an upset loss at home to the Northern Illinois Huskies. That game begins at Kelly/Shorts Stadium in Mt. Pleasant at CMU Tuesday at 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.
Both he and Ed also preview the Wings/Caps and Pistons/Kings.
Taylor "Gator" Phillips and Ed Smith discuss FOX Sports Detroit dropping the ball by showing Red Wings TV viewers the commercials instead of Sergei Fedorov celebrating his Hockey Hall Of Fame with a pregame ceremonial puck drop before the team's game against the Washington Capitals and analyze that game.
We also recap the Pistons/Kings game and preview the rest of their west-coast road swing in LA.
We brielfy break down why the Green Bay Packers will beat the Lions at Lambeau Field again and rag on Sheldon White's "win-now edict" and "no rebuild" message from Martha Ford.
And some College Football In The Mitten talk about Maryland Terrapins at Michigan State Spartans, Michigan Wolverines at Indiana Hoosiers, and Toledo Rockets at Central Michigan Chippewas.
Plus we discuss what players the Tigers are showing interest in and them adding Jay Sartori as senior director of baseball operations and analytics.
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Ed Smith and I recap Indiana Hoosiers/Michigan State Spartans, Central Michigan Chippewas/Ball State Cardinals, and Minnesota Vikings/Detroit Lions, while the Michigan Wolverines are finished having their bye week before moving on to Minnesota for the little brown jug.
Breaking news: The Lions fire offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi, offensive line coach Jeremiah Washburn, and assistant offensive line coach Terry Heffernan. Jim Bob Cooter will take over, which won't bode well for the franchise.
We also rant together on why and how this awful Red Wings' defense is still paper-thin-skinned after blowing one in overtime to the Calgary Flames, and it starts from the top with a washed-up shill defenseman in Kyle Quincey. Oh, and they played the Canucks in Vancouver the night after as well. But I'll bet you all already know that, too.
Finally, we preview the Pistons' 2015-2016 NBA regular season and predict how they'll finish.
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Ed Smith and I preview the following regional football matchups: Week 8 of College Football in the Mitten: Indiana Hoosiers/#7 Michigan State Spartans and Central Michigan Chippewas/Ball State Cardinals, and Week 7 of the 2015 NFL regular season Minnesota Vikings/Detroit Lions.
We also pick apart this dumb article that Jack Mullen of Fansided's Octopus Thrower headlining that the "Detroit Red Wings should trade Teemu Pulkkinen". Ummm... What???? That sounds beyond crazy!!!!!! I have at least a few reasons why it SHOULD NOT HAPPEN!!!!!
The Tigers General Manager Al Avila announced that Brad Ausmus will remain their manager for the 3rd and final year of his contract. Ed Smith and I analyze why Ausmus may be better than Ron Gardenhire, the man Justin Spiro reported earlier was going to be the next manager.
We also recap Week 4 of College Football in the Mitten involving the Central Michigan Chippewas/#2 Michigan State Spartans and #22 BYU Cougars/Michigan Wolverines matchups and Week 3 for the Lions at home against the Denver Broncos.
Plus, what is going on with the Wings in overtime this preseason? They're 0-3 in the new 3-on-3 extra frame thus far. Are they only getting warmed up? Or do they need to improve?
Nicole "Colie" Trawick serves as head coach for women's basketball at the College of Saint Elizabeth and also works in admissions as recruiter.
Trawick comes to CSE after serving the past season as the recruiting coordinator/assistant women's basketball coach at the University of Arkansas-Monticello. She spent two seasons as a graduate assistant turned assistant coach at Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri. Trawick has also coached at Burlington County College, Pemberton Township High School and with the SJ Blitz AAU Organization, all in the state of New Jersey.
During her stint at UAM, the team experienced their first winning season since 2008-09; a 6 game increase; and won their first ever post-season tournament game since joining the Great American Conference.
While at CMU, Trawick specialized in coaching guards, scheduling, developing video scouting report and recruiting. The 2012-13 CMU team jumped out to its best start in school history at 16-1, which included victories over two top 25 squads and NCAA Division I Chicago State. That season, the team had two eight-game win streaks, one shy of the school's single-season record, and finished the year with a 25-8 overall record.
Trawick had an outstanding career as a student-athlete. As a freshman, she was a co-captain standout on the hardwood for Bluefield State College in West Virginia. before transferring to USC-Upstate for the opportunity to play NCAA Division 1 soccer.
Trawick earned her bachelor's degree in communication from Belhaven University in Jackson, Mississippi. She received her master's degree in education with an emphasis in athletic administration from CMU.
Isa and Common Cal take on SAS…Students Against Slavery that is. Tuesday night at 8:00 EST/5:00 PM PST Kelsey Friberg and Jessica Lynn Axe of Students Against Slavery at Central Michigan University join Isa and Cal for a discussion about Human Trafficking. Raising public awareness about the human trafficking issue is SAS' mission. Both domestically and internationally. Some forms of modern day slavery includes sex slavery, forced labor, forced marriage and child soldiers. Kelsey president and founder of Students Against Slavery is an interns at the Michigan Commission on Human Trafficking within the Department of Attorney General on Capital Hill in Lansing. Subcommittees for the Commission include training and education, data collection, funding and resources, policy and legislation, victim services, and public awareness - each of which Kelsey works with closely. Jessica has a Bachelor of Science in History from Central Michigan University and is pursuing her Masters in Humanities. She is treasurer and head of the fundraising subcommittee for the CMU chapter of Students Against Slavery. Jessica is currently employed by the University and is working and volunteering for the Human Rights in Literature the Arts and Social Sciences (HRLASS) International Conference.Full bios and more information about SAS on our website: www.wakeupinmerica.com. That and more Tuesday night 8:00 PM EST/5:00 PM PST on "A Muslim and A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica" on Coffee Party USA Radio and Coffee Party USA Radio Network?
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The Michigan State Spartans hold on to beat back the Oregon Ducks 31-28 at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing, the Michigan Wolverines easily defeat the Oregon State Beavers 35-7 at The Big House in Ann Arbor, and the Central Michigan Chippewas take good care of the Monmouth Hawks 31-10 at Kely/Shorts Stadium in Mt. Pleasant.
Michigan State welcomes in the Air Force Falcons, Michigan plays their second consecutive home game this season against the UNLV Rebels, and CMU travels for revenge against the Syracuse Orangemen
This week on Mid-American Hustle Alex and Bryan are joined by Hustle Belt contributor Chris Manning to recap the week that was, look to the future, and answer some MACtion fan questions.
This episode starts off with a lengthy discussion of this week's biggest MAC news: The Central Michigan player legal issues. CMU announced Monday that Thomas Rawls is suspended indefinitely, and we've now found out that he's facing three felony theft charges from an incident that happened in April. Also Monday, CMU dismissed Andrew Flory from the team. Flory was one of two CMU players arrested over the summer for shoplifting from a Walmart. Taking in the previous arrests of players from Dan Enos' team, the three discuss what this means for Enos' tenure at CMU and ask the question: does Enos have control of his team?
At the 17 minute mark (yes, this is a LONG episode) the three recap what happened in Week 3, including the biggest surprises and best performances of the week. At the 28 minute mark they begin looking ahead at Week 4. At the 37 minute mark they answer some questions from the Hustle Bag, and finally, at the 45 minute mark Bryan and Chris answer the question, "Is Ohio's offense too conservative?".
The Burgh Brew Interview series returns to City of Champions Radio with a statistical twist, as host Matt Gajtka welcomes the co-creators of one of the more popular and useful hockey analytics websites, WAR-on-ice.com. A.C. Thomas (@acthomasca) and Sam Ventura (@stat_sam), both of Carnegie Mellon University, join Matt to discuss the advent of the site and the upcoming Pittsburgh Hockey Analytics Workshop, which will be hosted by CMU this Saturday. How far have hockey stats come in the past few years and how far do they have to go to catch up with other sports? What's the next frontier in hockey analytics? What can hockey fans of all types learn from the newer metrics? A.C. and Sam answer these questions and more, then preview the workshop!
Some people do things just because they can, without thinking that there are bareers involved. Such people are very few and far between. Meet Kagonya, the first African with a Masters degree in Human Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University. CMU (Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) is the top university in HCI globally. She recently received the Google Anita Borg Scholarship. As an African woman in tech she takes us through her journey of HCI and let's us know the importance of the field. Join me on this tech series as we get acquainted with this ambitioius and talented lady!
We continue our series of season previews with a look at the Central Michigan Chippewas. Coming off an injury-plagued 6-6 (5-3 MAC) season, CMU seems ready to rebound and return to a bowl game. Two MAC media members even picked the team to win the MAC this season. But with a transition year at running back, the loss of an All-MAC linebacker and a few other key positions can CMU take that next step, or will Dan Enos' squad once again underperform? We brought on CMU Sports Network's football sideline reporter, Jim Costa, to give us a detailed look at what the Chippewas have in store for this fall.