One. Just one column is all I have left, after three years. Whatever your situation may be, let’s take it back to the very beginning and reflect on my favorite moments in the past three years of sports.
I’m sure, since I’m writing this, everyone’s asking one question: What are my feelings on Brandon Inge. Whatever flack it causes, I’ll go ahead and say it.
It’s the best of both worlds for me: A Detroit Tigers baseball game and a Detroit Red Wings hockey game almost every single night of the week. Doesn’t get much better than that.
There’s only one word that can describe what has happened to the team that very recently broke the NHL record for most consecutive home wins: injuries.
This past week has brought some debates between some friends and myself as to whether offense or defense is more important in hockey.
Anyone looking at the Detroit Red Wings roster will quickly see that the ever changing list of players for the year has been scattered with names that aren’t necessarily well known around Detroit.
March is finally here, the time of the year where Americans can all come together under one common interest–baseball.
Samantha Elliott: I was nineteen the first time I ever walked into the Joe Louis Arena. My reaction mirrored that of a five year old seeing Disney World for the first time.
UPDATE (Feb 19, 2012): The Detroit Red Wings won 23 consecutive home games in a row, setting a new NHL record. They played the San Jose Sharks on Sunday, winning 3 – 2.
Michigan signing day was this past week and the team now has a handful of new recruits to bring great things to Wolverine football.
I can honestly say after watching the games, press conferences, and post game celebrations of the Wolverines that this is a team that knows how to have fun.
For team 132 of the University of Michigan Wolverines, their college football career ends tonight. Their last chance to prove themselves to Michigan fans everywhere.