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The A2i Wheel and Tire Guestline presents Joe Rexrode of the Detroit Free Press, Graham Couch of the Lansing State Journal and former Central Michigan and Michigan running back Thomas Rawls during Wednesday’s episode of Sports in the Mitten with Adam Biggers and John Gustin.
Rexrode joins SITM to discuss Michigan State basketball, the development and re-purposing of Travis Trice and more.
Couch hops in to discuss the idea freshmen ineligibility in the Big Ten. The conference has proposed learning years for certain sports…what does it mean? Jeremy Langford and Trae Waynes’ showings at the NFL Combine also get quickly analyzed.
John Gustin deliver’s his Hot Take presented by The Torch on the Pistons new point guard of the future and audio from Reggie Jackson following the Pistons’ 100-91 win over the Chicago Bulls.
Rawls, a former Flint Northern star, is in line to become Flint’s next NFL player. He ran a 4.65-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine and likes his chances of playing on Sundays. He shares his experiences during an exclusive interview (interview at time 47:36 in the podcast).
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Adam touches on The Cager, a short film written by Michigan State basketball player Keenan Wetzel, who premiered his work Monday night at NCG Lansing. Starring Delvon Roe, a former Spartans standout, The Cager highlights Wesley Ray—who could be anyone, anywhere—and covers an important topic: What to do when things don’t always turn out as planned.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh spoke to the media on Tuesday. Adam was there, and he has some notes to share.
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