“He’s a good guy,” Leyland said about Stoney. “I know his heart’s in the right place, he just gets on my nerves once in a while, but I don’t pay any attention to it, he’s all right.”
Dunking has really become an old bit.
Yes the NHL is on hiatus, but there is other hockey being played.
I love parody songs even if they parody lame pop songs.
Detroit Tigers manager Jim Leyland joined Stoney & Bill on Wednesday morning. The Tigers skipper addressed the rollercoaster regular season.
After a tough day at work Stoney winds down and watches some television on the couch.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson joined Stoney, Bill & Sara for his weekly chat on Wednesday.
There are front pages in the newspaper business and then there are the New York Post front pages.
The Detroit Lions have put themselves in a very sticky situation by winning just one of their first four games.
The 40th renewal of the Michigan-Notre Dame rivalry shifts to South Bend Saturday night, where the undefeated and 15th ranked (Coaches Poll) Fighting Irish is a 5 1/2 point favorite over the 17th ranked Wolverines.