Top 10 fights in sports history [Video]

It’s Wednesday and we know you are probably sitting at home right now wondering what you are going to do this weekend. Trust me, we are doing the same thing. We also know that you are probably looking at your texts, hoping somebody invites you to an outdoor party where masks and social distancing are … Read more

BREAKING: Ohio State QB announces he is transferring to Miami

We already knew that Ohio State quarterback Tate Martell was planning to transfer and now we know the destination. Just after midnight, Martell took to Twitter to announce he is transferring to Miami. right back like we never left… I’M A HURRICANE! 🙌🏼🌴 — Tate Martell (@TheTateMartell) January 16, 2019 Martell served as the … Read more

JUST IN: Detroit Lions coach suing University of Miami for $3 million

One thing is for sure, there are not many things more annoying than getting “screwed” out of money. Embed from Getty Images That seems to be the case for former University of Miami head coach and current Detroit Lions assistant coach, Al Golden. According to TMZ, Golden is suing Miami, claiming they “screwed” him out … Read more

GOTTA SEE IT: Golden Tate honors his bet with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson [PHOTO]

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Golden Tate of the Detroit Lions and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson placed a friendly “Twitter wager” over the result of the Miami-Notre Dame game, in which the loser would don the college jersey of the winner. And after Miami handily defeated Notre Dame 41-8, it was pretty clear who the loser in the bet was. … Read more

LOOK: Michigan enters College Football Playoff rankings; MSU stumbles

You asked for it, Nation. You got it. Chaos ensued this past weekend in college football as four top-10 teams lost; nine total teams that were ranked in last week’s top 25. Among those were No. 12 Michigan State, who was flat out embarrassed against No. 13 Ohio State in Columbus. And as punishment, MSU … Read more

DSN projections for the newest College Football Playoff rankings

What in the wide wide world of sports is going on here?! What a crazy week of college football we just had, huh? We almost saw the top four teams all take a stumble, and still saw seven of the top-25 teams fall this weekend. We saw some big home teams crush (Auburn, Miami, Wisconsin, … Read more

Lions Player Profile: Meet QB Brad Kaaya

With the 215th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions selected quarterback Brad Kaaya out of the University of Miami. Bob Quinn has now turned up the heat on last year’s sixth-round pick and former University of Michigan quarterback Jake Rudock by selecting the accomplished Hurricanes quarterback. Kaaya became the starter as a true freshman and … Read more

3 Keys to a Michigan State victory against the Hurricanes

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They had to sweat it out more than they would have liked, but Michigan State founds its way back to the NCAA Tournament for a 20th straight season under the direction of Tom Izzo. It was definitely one of the more challenging seasons for Izzo and company. He had to deal with injuries to his [projected] … Read more

Top 10 games in the 2016-17 bowl season

The 2016 College football season is coming to a close. We had a lot of shocking finishes, dominant performances, and even a little controversy peppered in throughout the year. Alabama, Ohio State, and Clemson performed up to expectation for most of the year on their way to a College Football Playoff appearance. Michigan, Washington, Colorado, … Read more

Best of College Football: Rivalries

Rivalries are the backbone of the college football landscape. Nothing brings two fan bases together more than an in-state battle for supremacy or the struggle to get into a conference title game. Some rivalries are newer due to the shifting sands of conference realignment while others are more storied than any others in sports. From … Read more

W2W4: Top 5 College Football Games, Week 6

Even though Michigan State has faltered lately and the Michigan Wolverines FINALLY have a road game, albeit a pedestrian game against Rutgers, there are still going to be some games that are ‘must-see TV’ this weekend. We’ve got you covered here at Detroit Sports Nation with a snapshot of the five most interesting games this coming weekend. Click through and tell … Read more

2016 Conference Preview: ACC

Last season, the Atlantic Coast Conference sent nine teams to bowl games, ten games in total with the Clemson Tigers being the representative in the College Football Playoff. Riding an undefeated regular season into the National Semifinals, they made quick work of the Oklahoma Sooners down in Miami before coming up short in the national championship game … Read more

2016 College World Series Preview

It was two weekends ago that the Women’s College World Series kicked off in Oklahoma City after the field of 64 was whittled down to eight. Last Wednesday June 8, it was the Oklahoma Sooners capturing their third national championship in school history. The Sooners did not make the field of 64 for the Men’s … Read more

NCAA Tournament: Power Rankings for the Sweet 16

The first weekend of the NCAA Men’s Division-I Basketball Tournament is what ultimately gives it the nickname ‘March Madness’. The ‘Cinderellas’ show up as huge underdogs and for one game, they put it out all on the line and pull off stunners. In this year’s tournament, 13 lower seeds won their first round matchups. Of … Read more

NCAA Tournament Preview – South Region

[tps_header]Excluding the minor technical mistakes made by the tournament selection committee regarding seeding of teams and slotting said teams in certain regionals, the South portion of the bracket features the No. 1 overall seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament – the Kansas Jayhawks. Some are already speculating that the Jayhawks and head coach Bill Self could very … Read more

Conference Tournament Preview – ACC

[tps_header]For years, the Atlantic Coast Conference was largely top-heavy every season on the hardwood, dominated by the rivals of Tobacco Road – North Carolina and Duke. However, the arrival of powers from the original and now fizzled-out Big East combined with new faces making some noise has made the ACC has been one of the deepest … Read more