Brock (A Grand Ledge native) is a 25 year veteran of the radio business in Michigan. He originally got his start in broadcasting in 1995 doing play-by-play and color commentary for Lansing Community College basketball while attending LCC. After two seasons of that, he moved to the Detroit area to attend Specs Howard Broadcasting School. After graduating from Specs in June of 1998, He returned to Lansing to join Liggett Broadcasting (now TownsquareMedia). In October of 2000, Brock was hired as Sports Director at WHLS Radio in Port Huron, MI. In March of 2002, he returned to Lansing to continue his broadcasting career. And in September of 2006, came back to Citadel Broadcasting (now TownsquareMedia Lansing). Brock is single with no children but is the very proud uncle of his nephew Jack, and twin nieces Anna and Emma. Tops on his sports bucket list is to attend a Super Bowl, Final Four, and the Masters golf tournament. And someday, he would like to travel into all 50 states of the U.S. He has been in 25 states so far.
MSU Former QB/S/TE Hamp Fay Transferring
Pete Thamel of ESPN was first to report on Tuesday morning that Michigan State tight end Hamp Fay is entering the transfer portal.
The Red Wings Are Making Major Changes After Losing Three Straight Games
Of course, as soon as I sing the praises of the Detroit Red Wings (which I did last week), they start losing. The Wings have lost three straight games, and have only scored three goals since my article.
Tom Brady Retires…Again
Future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady (pictured above) took to social media on Wednesday morning to announce his retirement from the National Football League:
Report: B1G Commissioner Warren Headed To NFL’s Bears
The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting on Thursday that Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren (pictured) is leaving his post and will become the new President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Football League's Chicago Bears.
Regardless of Sunday’s Result, The Lions 2022 Season Is A Success
This is an article that I didn't expect to write when the Detroit Lions (Your Gridiron Heroes) were 1-6 and head coach Dan Campbell was losing games with some bad "game management", so to speak.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker Named New NCAA President
Outgoing Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (pictured above, at a Boston Celtics game) has been named as the new president of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), effective next March.
Mike Leach Passes Away At The Age Of 61
Mississippi State head football coach Mike Leach died late Monday night at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Oxford, MS at the age of 61.
Report: U-M Football Defensive Star Mazi Smith Facing Felony Charge
Both the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News are reporting that University of Michigan senior defensive lineman Mazi Smith (pictured above, #58) is facing a felony concealed weapons charge, stemming from an early October incident in Ann Arbor.
It’s Early, But MSU Basketball Might Be Better Than We Thought
Michigan State men's basketball is now 2-1 on the young season after upsetting Number 4 Kentucky 86-77 in double overtime at the Champions Classic at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on Tuesday night.
I Hope I Don’t Jinx Them. But, The Red Wings Might Be Good This Year
We are 12 games into an 82 game season for the Detroit Red Wings. So, while it is a small sample size, it is enough time to get some sort of evaluation for the Winged Wheelers in the 2022-23 season.