h) Terry Foster
Born in Detroit, Foster started his Detroit professional career in 1982 as the high school writer with The Detroit Free Press. From 1988-1994, he was the Pistons beat writer for The Detroit News during the Bad Boys era. He also covered Michigan Football, golf, tennis and auto racing. Foster has covered several Super Bowls, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals and the Olympics in Atlanta and Italy. Foster has also been an on-air radio contributor in Detroit and worked at The Detroit Free Press and the Grand Rapids Press. Foster is a sports columnist for the Detroit News and writes often on the Detroit Lions and Detroit Pistons. He is in the process of launching a sports television Internet network on foobtoob.com and will host a show with broadcast partner Mike Valenti and Free Press columnist Drew Sharp. Foster is a journalism graduate from Central Michigan University. A little know fact about Terry… he once was a bartender and short order cook at the legendary Lindell A.C. in downtown Detroit. He resides in West Bloomfield with his wife Adrienne, daughter Celine and son Brandon.
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Michigan and Michigan State are giving us thrills and it isn’t even football season.
Willie Horton loves former Tigers slugger Cecil Fielder like a brother.
The NHL and Commissioner Gary Bettman is already crawling back on its hands and knees back to Detroit saying “Hey guys remember us?”
Steve Yzerman can’t play in the Wings-Maple Leafs alumni game the way he wants.
So where’s the uproar for Kevin Love’s deliberate stomp of Luis Scola?
There is bad news on the sports front. The New York Giants won Super Bowl XLVI Sunday night 21-17 over the New England Patriots.
There is bad news for Detroit Lions fans in the aftermath of the New York Giants’ 21-17 Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots.
Every Saturday afternoon I run errands with my 10-year-old son, Brandon.
I hate calling the Super Bowl the Big Game.
Jordan Morgan screams and makes faces whenever he dunks. It’s all part of looking the part — tough and mean, which is something he still works on.
It was almost five in the morning. It was pitch black as I drove on Michigan avenue for my workout with trainer Melissa.
This weekend excited Tiger front office workers were giving a going away party at Bookies. They were excited because business was good.
Everyone who talks about Sunday’s Pro Bowl used the words “atrocious,” “unwatchable” and a few other words I am not allowed to use.
What is it about Brandon Inge?
Tonight I am giving the keynote speech to the Madonna University baseball team in Livonia and there is a rumor former Tiger Denny McLain is going to show up.
Denny McLain held up an autographed photo of Brandon Inge and showed it to his audience.
Every Saturday is daddy-son time. That is when me and my son B run errands, enjoy lunch and talk about the week past and the week ahead.
The players bounced into the postgame news conference, giddy after an historic night.
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford should be making reservations for Hawaii.
Late Tuesday night I appeared on a Chicago radio station asking me for the inside scoop on the Tigers signing slugger Prince Fielder. And here was my insight.
OK. It is time to make fun of Spartans today.
There is a pretty high profile Detroit professional athlete who is enjoying himself at bars and restaurants and often does not play his tab. And one of his bills was as high as $400.
I did it for a reason. I stoked the flames of the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry because I love it when fans back peddle.
A couple years ago a 30 minute interview with Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo turned into a three-hour marathon.
Nate Norman of Ann Arbor walked through The Palace corridors as if he were seeing the building for the first time.
Please forgive me. I was bad last night and there was no excuse for my behavior.
Shame on Aaron Berry.
He didn’t want to cry. He didn’t want to show emotion.
There is so much digest following the Lions 105-101 loss Sunday to the Green Bay Packers, a game where teams seemed to score on every drive and there was pass interference on every play.
I never believe fans when they say they’ve had it with an athlete, especially one that remains productive.