g) Mike Valenti
Valenti moved to Michigan at 17 and never looked back. A graduate of Michigan State University, Valenti has been a force in the Detroit market since hitting the airwaves 5 years ago. Opinionated, knowledgeable, and always self deprecating, Valenti is the fans voice.
Other basics, Mike is the resident sports geek, watching more sports than anyone and never apologizing for it. When he’s not spinning the dish, Valenti is an avid cook, reader, and beer aficionado.
Mike currently lives in Royal Oak and is frequently seen downtown not only at sporting events but just hanging out in the D.
• Holds best Spartan tailgate each college football Saturday.
• Has a fear of children…could also be described as disdain.
• Loves English Bulldogs.
• Reads all emails, no exceptions.
• Avid traveler visits at least 4 new cities a year, usually leaves country at least once.
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Last week Mike Valenti went 3-2 with his weekend football predictions, saying “We can hold our head a little higher, back-to-back winning weeks.”
You either get it or you don’t.
I’m keeping this short. Most of you know my disdain for MSU Offensive Coordinator Dan Roushar.
Last week Mike went 2-3 with his picks. Mike is 7-13 for the season.
Mike Valenti said: “I’m sure MSU’s offense isn’t capable of scoring over 40.”
Ah, Madden. The Franchise title for the ages. The cornerstone of all sports gaming.
“It’s all about give me the most impactful guys, but it has to be in the right spots,” Mike Valenti said.
“Who’s more ready to play right now? Who’s more ready to call an offense?” Mike Valenti said about his fantasy football pick. ‘Who’s used to that? It’s Luck … You can play Luck this year.”
Mike Valenti and Terry Foster went head-to-head with Detroit Lions starting quarterback Matthew Stafford on Monday.
Valenti said Nelson will get “8 to 10 touchdowns” this year.