Report: NCAA advises against sporting events being open to public

Here we go. The NCAA COVID-19 Advisory Panel has just released a statement saying that they recommend against sporting events being open to the public. They added that the events can take place with only essential personnel and limited family attendance. #Breaking NCAA advising AGAINST sporting events being open to the public. — Phil … Read more

Coronavirus could cause March Madness to go on without fans in attendance

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In wake of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) spread, the National College Players Association is asking the NCAA to seriously explore holding March Madness games without attendees. In wake of the #Coronavirus spread, the NCPA is asking the NCAA to seriously explore holding March Madness games without attendees. — Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) February 29, 2020 Here … Read more

Sports Carnage Episode 21: Final Four Recap, NBA & NHL Playoff Previews, Paul George’s Greatness (Or Not), and Our Worst Takes Relived

Matt, Dylan, Paul and Ryan recap the Final Four while Paul bathes in righteous glory, finally get to the NBA talk Ryan and Matt have been thirsting after, talk potential upsets early in the NBA and NHL Playoffs, and cop to their worst takes in the past year(ish). Subscribe: PodBean OR Itunes Download this episode: … Read more

Detroit Lions draft: Josh Allen vs. Devin Bush

#1 Seed: Josh Allen EDGE Kentucky Embed from Getty Images Pros Allen is an explosive edge rusher.  During his time at Kentucky, he piled up 31.5 sacks.  Seventeen of them came in his senior season.  He has an explosive step and tremendous bend, showing excellent flexibility.  Allen makes tight turns and maintains his speed while … Read more

Michigan State and the Sweet Sixteen

Sixteen teams remain in the NCAA tournament, and after a relatively uneventful first week, we move into the second week ready to see some powerhouse matchups. Join us as we take a closer look at Friday’s games and make our final predictions. LSU (3) vs. Michigan State (2)  Embed from Getty Images Arguably the strongest … Read more

Michigan and the Sweet Sixteen

The NCAA Tournament’s Sweet Sixteen will begin on Thursday with four games.  After Thursday night, four teams will be in the Elite Eight with a chance to go to Minneapolis for the 2019 Final Four and the other four remaining teams will see their season come to an end. Here is a preview of Thursday’s … Read more

Spartans prepare to dance with LSU in Sweet Sixteen

NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-Second Round-Kansas vs Michigan State

Who: Michigan State Spartans (30-6) vs. LSU Tigers (28-6) Where: Capital One Arena, Washington, D.C. When: Friday, March 28th at 7:09 p.m. Broadcast: CBS/Spartan Sports Network Coming In Michigan State handled Big Ten foe Minnesota 70-50. LSU is coming off a 69-67 victory over Maryland. Keys for Michigan State Box out: LSU is one of … Read more

Sports Carnage Episode 18: THIS IS (March) MADNESS!

Listen to Ryan, Dylan, Paul and Matt break down their Elite 8 all the way to the Final, squabble about favorable or not so favorable draws (looking at you Michigan State), Come to blows over Michigan and the actual recipe to beat them, Defend Testudo’s honour, and host a Mad edition of the Grizzly Bair … Read more

Sports Carnage Episode 17: Paul loses his mind, Matt loses his hair, Dylan loses his interest, and Ryan just loses

Join Ryan, Paul, Matt and Dylan as they dive into early March Madness, NFL Free Agency and NBA playoffs. Listen to Ryan’s heartbreak over Oakland blowing chance after chance, Paul still not understand how bad the Lions are, and Dylan just straight checks out of the podcast. And of course, Grizzly Takes.   Subscribe: PodBean … Read more

Sports Carnage Episode 15: Matt’s Takeover, Massage Parlor Mishaps, Dylan the Slanderer, Paul Disgraces the Deceased, and Ryan Owns Grizzly Takes

Listen to Ryan, Dylan, Paul and Matt discuss the fallout of Robert Kraft’s loneliness, compare it to other Team Owner scandals, finally dish on the Michigan and Michigan State hoops teams, argue about the scariest teams in the NCAA tourney, make early NBA Playoff predictions, and give their Grizzly Takes on the best of March … Read more

BREAKING: Michigan vs. Villanova point spread released

On Saturday night, Michigan rallied from a double-digit second-half deficit to defeat Loyola-Chicago 69-57 in the first of two semifinal games at the Final Four in San Antonio. The Wolverines advanced to Monday’s National Championship Game where they will face Villanova, who manhandled Kansas 95-79 in the second semifinal game of the evening. According to … Read more

WATCH: Matt McQuaid banks home a circus shot at the buzzer vs. Syracuse

Fewer things, if anything, can spark a team in basketball than going into halftime after making a big shot before the buzzer sounds. We saw it Saturday night (well, early Sunday morning, technically) when Michigan’s Jordan Poole drained a three as time expired, giving the Wolverines the win and a spot in next week’s Sweet … Read more