This season, Michigan State looks to do better than last. With a less difficult schedule with some challenges along the way, there is no reason MSU finishes less than 8-4 in the regular season.
The main goal for Michigan football has always been to win Big Ten championships. They have not accomplished that goal since 2004. Is this the year the drought ends for the Wolverines? With the talent they will put on the field every Saturday, it very well could be.
Former Oakland hockey defenseman Todd Orlando will join the Philadelphia Flyers in September for their prospect camp and preseason with the hopes of landing a NHL contract.
Despite a late rally by Rio Grande, Oakland hung on for a 2-1 victory in Saturday night’s first exhibition game. Goals by Matt Dudley and Alex Serwatka sealed the win for the Grizzlies. The Red Storm proved to be pesky with their lone goal 6:34 into second half to cut the Oakland lead to one […]
Coming out of the midway point of the 2013 MLB season, both players and fans alike are waiting anxiously to see what comes to fruition from the infamous Biogenesis Scandal
Just how important is the NFL Pro Bowl and this hall of fame compared to the others in America?
Just over a week after the release of NCAA Football 14, the NCAA released a statement stating that they would not renew their contract with game publisher Electronic Arts, and their sports division, EA sports. The contract is due to expire in June 2014.
Less than a month ago, it was announced that Oakland University would be moving from the Summit League to the Horizon League in July of this year. Being alumni of Oakland, we can’t help but find ourselves with a somewhat vested interest in their decision.
When the Houston Astros lost 107 games last year, baseball fans couldn’t help but wonder how much worse things could get for a team in Major League Baseball. 40 games into the 2013 season, the Astros find themselves with a 10-30 record and on pace to lose more games in a season than any team ever has in baseball history.
Tuesday (May 7, 2013), Oakland University’s Board of Trustee’s met to vote on the conference switch from the Summit League to the Horizon League. After a presentation by Huth, the board ultimately voted to approve the conference switch. Oakland’s move will be effective July 1, 2013.