Beanie has covered Michigan State, Detroit, and Lansing sports since 2008. Formerly an award-winning journalist, he has run up thousands of hours on air since first joining The Game 730 AM in 2014. Beanie's style of sports talk radio involves wide-ranging conversations on controversial topics, deeper angles, polarizing issues, acerbic analysis, and, of course, brutally honest hot takes. He'll give you the truth about your favorite teams, players, and coaches, e̶v̶e̶n̶ ESPECIALLY when it hurts.
You’ll Need Peacock To See Michigan State Basketball’s Big Ten Opener Vs. Wisconsin
Peacock lost NBC more than a half-billion dollars in the third quarter of 2023 alone. You can bet your ass that the suits in the NBC boardroom are going to leverage the Big Ten properties they're paying through the nose for to drive their streaming subscriptions.
Unlike Big Ten and NCAA, College Football Playoff Committee Came Down Hard On Michigan
Michigan got away — at least in season — despite being caught red-handed in the worst cheating scandal college football has seen in some time. But the Playoff committee has meted out the ultimate punishment to U-M — a CFP semifinal date with Nick Saban and Alabama.
Why Are Michigan State Fans Worried About Losing A Bunch Of Players Who Went 4-8?
Thirteen Michigan State players — and counting — have entered the transfer portal since Jonathan Smith was named the Spartans' new head football coach.
Did Michigan State Get It Right By Hiring Jonathan Smith?
The 44-year-old has a reputation for developing physical, balanced, and explosive offenses along with aggressive and confounding defenses. But his career record is below .500, and he didn't turn in his first winning season with Oregon State until his fourth year.
Sam Leavitt Is Leaving Michigan State Because He Hates New Coach Jonathan Smith
Leavitt, who looked primed to become the Spartans' new starting quarterback in 2024, is leaving MSU because of a grudge he's held for a long time against Jonathan Smith.
Why Can’t We Have Nice Things?
Tom Izzo had been 74-0 at Breslin Center in the month of November. Make that 74-1 now that MSU has become the first AP Top 5 team in 18 years to lose its season opener to an unranked opponent.
If Commissioner Won’t Act On Michigan Sign-Stealing Scandal, Big Ten Teams Could Take Matters Into Their Own Hands
If Big Ten Commissioner Tony Pettiti won't take action against Michigan in-season, two of the league's biggest football brands could force his hand by threatening to hit the conference where it matters most — in the checkbook.
Was Michigan’s Alleged Sign Stealer Helping CMU From Spartan Stadium Sideline In Michigan State’s Season Opener?
The latest unpredictable development in Michigan's illegal-scouting/sign-stealing scandal reads like a swerve from a classic Tom Clancy novel.
Calls Mounting For Michigan State Board Of Trustees Chair’s Resignation, But Why Stop There?
Two trustees are calling for Rema Vassar to step down, alleging she has acted in an inappropriate unilateral manner on several occasions, meddled into several university issues, bullied others, and violated ethical standards.
What’s Up With Michigan Men And Manifestos?
Maybe the strangest development yet in the Michigan football-sign-stealing scandal is that Stalions kept a several-hundred-page living document detailing his illegal methods. But that's actually something he has in common with several Michigan Men!