The Detroit Lions are off to a spirited 2-1 start and coming off a dominant win over the Atlanta Falcons. But now comes the tough part for Detroit.
Are you worried about the Detroit Lions? Well, if you have a pulse or have lived in Michigan for an extended period of time, you can’t help but worry about them.
This has been about as trying a football season for the Michigan State Spartans, and it’s just three games old.
Word came down this morning that Aaron Rodgers of the NY Jets has torn his left Achilles and will be out for the rest of the season.
Detroit, that was no dream you had last night. In case reality hasn’t hit yet: the Lions did beat the Super Bowl champion Chiefs at Arrowhead.
This just might be the biggest game the Detroit Lions have played in many years. They will face the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.
It’s the Detroit Lions vs. the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night at Arrowhead Stadium.
Of course, money can buy you a pennant and maybe even a championship. But not this year when it comes to New York’s baseball teams.
The college football season will start in about a month, and word has come down that four new teams could possibly join the Big Ten.
This week, the Detroit Lions opened training camp in Allen Park, and three days later, things appear to be going quite well, thanks to one critical MRI that could have turned this joyous occasion into a “why me” moment.
The Open begins tomorrow at Royal Liverpool in Hoylake, England. But once again, the conversation about golf’s final major has been dwarfed by word that Saudi Arabia wants to get involved.
You probably read the other day that Tom Brady’s wallet is a bit light.
Next week, the world of Major League Baseball takes a break as the All-Star Game is scheduled for Seattle on Tuesday night.
Wednesday brought one more example of the sheer power of the NFL.
The Pistons will officially announce Monty Williams as their new head coach today, and he replaces Dwayne Casey who held that job for the past couple of years.
It was Monday, the start of a new week, and the first story that made me sit up and take notice is the one about Kyrie Irving of the Mavericks.
Late last night, Tom Brady became a minority owner of the Las Vegas Raiders. Is there anything this guy can't do?
This morning, everyone woke up to the news that LeBron James isn’t sure what he wants to do next season.
Today we talk about the fallout from last night’s NBA lottery.
Tonight, the NBA holds their annual draft lottery, and the Pistons are in the mix for the overall number one pick.
As we sit here on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon, the Detroit Tigers just beat the Guardians to pull within two games of first place in the AL Central. And no, I didn’t fall out of bed and bump my head.
Did you hear about what happened at the LIV event at the Grange Golf Course in Adelaide, Australia last month?
We are one month into the new revised sport of baseball, and thus far, it's getting rave reviews.
It’s hard to believe that the Detroit Lions will face the Green Bay Packers this coming season and Aaron Rodgers won’t be part of the festivities.
“Who do you think they’ll take?” That’s been question No. 1 in Detroit this week, and also every other NFL city on the map.
In 2020, under the leadership of Bob Quinn and Matt Patricia the Lions made cornerback Jeff Okudah the 3rd overall pick in the NFL draft.
Dwane Casey is a good man, a very good man, and the Pistons were lucky to have him.
If you had to choose one word to describe Opening Day, that word would be magical, especially in Detroit.
The baseball season begins today, and baseball purists are about to explode.
The final four begins this Saturday in Houston. The first game features Florida Atlantic vs. San Diego State.
Tom Izzo is the toast of the college basketball world, and the NCAA Tournament isn’t even at the halfway mark.
The NFL always seems to have their act together, but the situation with the Washington Commanders is getting nasty.
When you think of great soccer teams, you think of Barcelona. But now when you think of Barcelona, one word will come to mind: cheaters!
We have reached that magical time of the calendar that many sports fans feel is the best of the year.
So, while you’re sitting around pondering the question, “Do you know anyone who owns an NBA team?” you just might! His name is Mat Ishbia, and he’s the owner of the Phoenix Suns and the Phoenix Mercury.
This is the story of the road to Columbus. Not Michigan’s season long trip there to take on Ohio State -- this is the story of Local 4′s journey to witness the carnage that was left by the Wolverines.
Two days ago, the earth moved, there was a sonic boom nobody heard, and a solar eclipse came and went without anyone having to shade their eyes. It all occurred at the exact same moment.