Hey Michigan fans: Here are 10 reasons why your football program is a joke!

NCAA Football: Penn State at Michigan

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Chicago rival St. Louis Cardinals taking spot of New York Yankees in “Field of Dreams” game

The relationship between the city of St. Louis and the city of Chicago is tenuous at best. St. Louis’ professional teams, the Blues and the Cardinals, are hated across the city and across multiple fandoms, some even rivals themselves. This backdrop is put in place to set the stage for when the St. Louis Cardinals … Read more

Multiple college football figures voice concerns over start of season

Trying times are bringing out all manner of voices in regards to college football starting back up this fall. With July here and no major American professional leagues starting their seasons yet, speculation has run rampant about the coming months and whether the new spike in cases will spell doom for athletics. Scenarios are being … Read more

NBA on track to resume, but Adam Silver voices concerns

The coronavirus rages in the United States, halting progress made by multiple states and causing many to regress from opening back up as they’ve done in the past few days. NBA commissioner Adam Silver spoke during an appearance on Time 100 Talks about the status of the NBA”s restart. Never full steam ahead no matter … Read more

The NFL’s restart has a chance of getting ugly

NFL: Super Bowl LI-Houston Host Committee Handoff Ceremony

Major League Baseball had a long and arduous time figuring things out when discussing the restart of their season. Players stood their ground long enough to coerce the owners into looking like billionaire villains, while the owners attempted to negotiate the number of games down and reveal the player’s greed in the process. Nobody looked … Read more

Bear’s Bets: Your sports gambling guide for Independence Day weekend

The world of sports is at a standstill going into Independence Day weekend; a strange sight for all of us here in the States. This change of circumstances hasn’t stopped things overseas and even in pockets of our homeland, however, and the Bear Bets is here to give you the best options on money lines, … Read more

WATCH: Chicago Bear’s Danny Trevathan makes one of the dirtiest hits in recent memory

The rivalry between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears has always been quite contentious. These two storied franchises have fought over NFC North supremacy for decades. On Thursday Night, the matchup between Aaron Rodgers’ crew and John Fox’s squad wasn’t what one would call competitive. What did transpire in the game toward the … Read more

College Five: The games to watch in Week 4 of college football

Finally, the full Big Ten season is here! There are major headlines for the Big Ten as league play starts and the real teams show who they are. Rutgers has been hit with NCAA sanctions, Nebraska fired their athletic director for the fall of their football program, and Michigan, Penn State, and Michigan State have … Read more

College Five: The games to watch in Week 3 of college football

Things started to fall into place for the College Football Playoff picture in Week 2. Clemson showed their defense hadn’t missed a beat, Baker Mayfield staked (HA!) his claim for the Heisman, Notre Dame continued to flounder, and USC finally overcame a dreaded rival in Stanford. What will we have in store for Week 3? … Read more

College Five: The games to watch in Week 2 of college football

The first weekend of the college football season sure lived up to its billing. We had a double OT thriller on Labor Day, an epic comeback by the Chosen Josh Rosen, and marquee performances from some of the nation’s best. Going into Week 2, many wonder the legitimacy of certain teams like Michigan, Penn State, … Read more

College Five: The games to watch in opening weekend of college football

College football is officially a week away. There are preliminary games amongst smaller schools this Saturday, August 26, but the real action doesn’t start until that upcoming Thursday, August 31. When the Labor Day weekend starts, college football is back in full swing. Below are the five games to watch on Labor Day weekend that … Read more

Michigan, Michigan State fans rank on opposite ends of ‘Happiness Index’ by ESPN

ESPN decided to rile up all kinds of emotions before the college football season starts on August 26th. The worldwide leader in sports created a ranking system of the “happiness” of every fan base in college football. Their list included every FBS program and uses the patented “Fan Happiness Index” to rank them 1-128. The criterion … Read more

EDITORIAL: How does Kyrie Irving trade to Boston affect the Detroit Pistons?

NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers at Detroit Pistons

NOTE: The views expressed in this EDITORIAL do not necessarily reflect the views of Detroit Sports Nation or a majority of its writers and should not be misconstrued as such. The views contained within are the views of the author and the author alone. The NBA can’t stop creating major news even if it wanted … Read more

Editorial: The modern athlete is finally choosing to speak out and we should listen

NOTE: The views expressed in this EDITORIAL do not necessarily reflect the views of Detroit Sports Nation or a majority of its writers and should not be misconstrued as such. The views contained within are the views of the author and the author alone.   There has been a shift in the world of sports … Read more