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97.1 The Ticket Re-Signs Mike Valenti To AfternoonsApril 11, 2016 – CBS RADIO’s 97.1 The Ticket (WXYT-FM) announced today that Mike Valenti, co-host of the long running duo “Valenti and Foster,” has re-signed a long term contract with the station.
Follow Along With The Valenti And Foster And Dan Leach NCAA Tournament Bet [AUDIO]We will be updating the picks live as they happen and you can either celebrate with Valenti and Foster or Dan Leach.
Happy 12th Anniversary, Mike Valenti And Terry FosterWhat's your favorite moment on the show?
Caller Claims On Valenti And Foster He Took Out $3,200 Loan For The Powerball [AUDIO]How far would you go to play the Powerball on Wednesday night for the chance at $1.5 billion?
Ryan Wooley Leaves Work Sick; Mike Valenti Hilariously Fills In As Update Anchor [AUDIO]If you need a good laugh on a Thursday afternoon, we have you covered.
Twitter User Has Fun With Mike Valenti At The Michigan State Game [VIDEO]Our very own Mike Valenti was "big time" Wednesday night while the Michigan State Spartans took on Louisville.
Mike Valenti Says Allegations About Lions 'Absolutely True'"This is a petty, juvenile, nasty organization," he added.
Mike Valenti's Life Is Changed After Watching 'The New Dance Show' [VIDEO]Don't miss this YouTube gem that brings Valenti a new "level of joy."
Mike Valenti's 'State Of The State' Before MSU, U-M GameA small part of me, for the fist time in the Dantonio era, thinks we could see a beat down.
Valenti & Foster Ask: Could You Go Lions Free?Valenti added that metro Detroiters are lucky because even if they're so fed up with the NFL, we have a choice that many don't -- because we have Michigan State and U-M football to fill in the gap.
9 Years Later: Mike Valenti's Famous Michigan State-Notre Dame Rant [AUDIO]Septermber 25, 2006 has forever change Mike Valenti's image in Detroit as well as the nation.
Valenti And Foster Weigh In: What's Next For U-M After Brady Hoke's Firing?Valenti added Hoke was running a "cheap, welfare version of the Rich Rod" game.

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