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- Michigan Wins Big Ten Regular Season
- Oakland vs Detroit Round Two
- Oh Pistons, what happened?
- Bye Bye Maurice
- Red Wings Get Land for New Arena
- Former Tiger talks up new team and DD tries to put out the fire
- Schwartz Hired by Bills
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Author Archives: Robert Stone
Oh Pistons, what happened?
The Pistons got a win yesterday after firing their head coach Maurice Cheeks on Sunday, 109-100 over the San Antonio Spurs. This game, a rematch of the 2005 NBA Finals, shows the different directions that teams can make and the … Continue reading
Posted in NBA Tagged Detroit Pistons, Eastern Conference, Greg Monroe, Joe Dumars, John Loyer, Maurice Cheeks Leave a comment
Former Tiger talks up new team and DD tries to put out the fire
New National Doug Fister had nothing but good things to say about his new team and how he compares his new pitching mates to the teams of his past. Fister has never been ‘the guy’ on either of his three … Continue reading
Big rivalry game that could prove nothing
Later today one of the best rivalry games in all of college basketball takes place as the #3 Michigan State Spartans host #21 Michigan Wolverines at the Breslin Center. The Spartans are 7-0 in the Big Ten while Michigan is … Continue reading
Not all hope is lost in Piston land
No matter how depressing the loss was Wednesday to the Milwaukee Bucks, the worst team in basketball mind you, it’s not all bad news in Auburn Hills. Team USA released the 28-man USA Men’s National Team pool and it included … Continue reading
Posted in NBA Tagged Andre Drummond, Detroit Pistons, Olympic basketball, USA Basketball Leave a comment
Time for the game we’ve been waiting for
Finally today is the first match up in the Horizon League between Oakland University and Detroit-Mercy, at Calihan Hall. Now with Curtis going to Detroit-Mercy and myself Oakland, this makes for a very interesting debate for our site. But we … Continue reading
Who’s feared and who’s out of place?
It was announced today that through a survey of 320 NFL players that the top-two most feared players in the game play for your Detroit Lions. They are feared for different reasons, but their impact on the game can be … Continue reading
Posted in NFL Tagged Adam Schefter, Calvin Johnson, ESPN, Jim Schwartz, Ken Whisenhunt, Matthew Stafford, Michael Rothstein, Ndamukong Suh, NFL Nation Leave a comment
Rose Bowl win just the beginning?
Wow it has been a long time since I’ve been able to post anything for our site. Thanks to a near death illness (pretty sure it was just a cold, but I felt like all sorts of hell), a week-long … Continue reading
Keys to Eagles vs Lions
After the big win by the Spartans to remove the Buckeyes from the National Championship Game, it is time for the Lions to take a big step towards the playoffs themselves. Here are my five keys to the game for … Continue reading
Posted in NFL Tagged Calvin Johnson, DeSean Jackson, Detroit Lions, Joique Bell, LeSean McCoy, Matthew Stafford, Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles, Reggie Bush Leave a comment
Dombrowski not afraid to deal
An interesting week for the Tigers started off with the trade of Doug Fister, them losing out on Brian Wilson before signing Joe Nathan and the announcement that Miguel Cabrera is moving back to first. Not bad for the first … Continue reading
Posted in MLB Tagged Brian Wilson, Detroit Tigers, Doug Fister, hot stove, Joe Nathan, Miguel Cabrera, Nick Castellanos, Trade rumors 2 Comments
Goalie controversy brewing in Motown?
Tonight the Red Wings will be without a few familiar faces in the lineup against the Boston Bruins. Pavel Datsuyk is still out with concussion-like symptoms and Todd Bertuzzi is out with an upper-body injury, believed to be a bruised … Continue reading