With The Window Closing, Tigers Have Options

Do you feel the wind dying down? That’s the Detroit Tigers’ window for a Championship closing. Some people will tell you the window is already closed, and all you’re feeling is hope. Others won’t. I don’t think I’m in that group just yet. But like the window shutting, I feel my hope is diminishing with each mounting loss. The Tigers had a great run at it including two … [Read more...]

Detroit Tigers Season Preview: Is The Window Still Open?

As the Major League Baseball season begins the boys in the old English D will look to make the playoffs after missing out the past two seasons. Expectations and hype are down in the Motor City for the Tigers, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t reasons to be hopeful for the 2017 season. In his first off-season as general manager, Al Avila shook up the roster a bit, but many … [Read more...]

Red Wings Preview: Going Streaking or Going Home?

Last year was what has become a normal year for the Detroit Red Wings: they were one of the last teams to qualify for the playoffs and were sent home in the first round. It was the third consecutive year the Red Wings got booted out of the playoffs in the first round and the fourth time in the last five seasons. Heading into the 2016-17 season, the belief in the Red Wings … [Read more...]

After Dominating In Conference Opener, Michigan’s Season Becoming Clear

Even if you’re still playing an inferior opponent, conference games tend to be more nerve-racking. They have a higher chance of being closer as the belittled opponent still knows what the big dog is all about. Which is why I wanted to wait until conference play began to really judge the Michigan Wolverines. And even though Penn State looks like a four or five win team, there … [Read more...]

After Two Games We Know Michigan is Good, But Not Great

  Two weeks into the season and two cupcake games later we know little about the Michigan Wolverines football team. It is very hard to truly judge a high caliber team when they play such inferior teams. It is comparable to NFL preseason games. But that doesn’t mean we can’t take anything away from Michigan’s first two contests against Hawaii and Central … [Read more...]