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“Nobody’s happier than us that our game’s on Thursday,” quarterback Matthew Stafford said.
A judge has denied a request to downgrade a murder charge against a man who killed a soccer ref with a single punch.
Thanksgiving will not interfere with the pizza night tradition of Michigan head coach Brady Hoke.
“I love ESPN, guys, I love it,” Beilein said, “but when they told me that the game was being moved back 15 minutes — something is wrong.”
Willie Young spent years chasing after Matthew Stafford in practices. As a fellow Lion, he never got to actually hit Stafford, of course.
The Wall Street Journal detailed how Suh – “the NFL’s secret finance nerd” – has carefully cultivated relationships with businessmen.
Johnson said he is still the same guy who dominated games in recent years, but he laughed off the notion that he once made it look easy.
Bush posted and retweeted more than a dozen messages on Twitter regarding the grand jury’s decision not to charge police officer Darren Wilson.
“Whatever it takes to get that done, I’m going to do it.”
“Winning that last game always means a lot,” Hoke said. “You want to be able to go back and say my senior year we beat Ohio.”
The Detroit Tigers claimed the final spot in the next round of the baseball playoffs after beating the Oakland A’s.
Some Detroit Tigers took to the field for an off-day work out at Comerica Park on October 26.
Detroit Tigers’ Prince Fielder reacts after he was tagged out by catcher Buster Posey of the San Francisco Giants during the second inning of Game Two of the World Series.
The Detroit Tigers let loose during the postgame celebration after sweeping the New York Yankees in the ALCS to clinch a spot in the World Series for the first time since 2006.