1. Still Looking for a 12th Team, Big Ten? It's Time To Call Boise State

    At the conclusion of the regular season, the Big Ten Conference made its future intentions public by admitting the search for a 12th team was in full force. Rumors immediately swirled around the Midwest...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 4 years ago 1,668 reads 16 comments

  2. Despite Collapse, One Game Playoff Could Benefit Detroit Tigers

    It all comes down to this. Throw all the stats out the window. Forget about the division lead that, just weeks ago, sat at seven games. Look past the fact that a team that has been in first place since May could not wrap up the pennant in October...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about almost 5 years ago 349 reads 7 comments

  3. Michigan Fans Should Remember There's a Game To Be Played On Saturday

    Late Monday morning, Michigan head coach Rich Rodriguez paced himself. Calmly, he moved into a large room of the Junge Family Champions Center, stepped to the podium and began to address the media...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about 5 years ago 367 reads 6 comments

  4. Michael Curry Firing Sheds Light On Pistons' Dysfunction

    April 29, 2009. It's not exactly a day that stands out in most people’s minds. But on Tuesday, April 29 became significant. It was the day of Detroit Pistons president Joe Dumars’ end-of-season press conference...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about 5 years ago 13 reads 5 comments

  5. Challenges Looming for Detroit Pistons this Offseason

    It’s that time of the year once again for the Detroit Pistons.Another season full of underachieving, disappointment and what-if scenarios has been digested...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 655 reads 23 comments

  6. Sidney Crosby Handshake Controversy Builds Red Wings-Penguins Rivalry

    As the closing seconds ticked down in the NHL season on Friday, I stormed out of Hockeytown Café, the bar owned by the Detroit Red Wings.I came home, ate food, and went to bed, bitter and hurt...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 2,663 reads 15 comments

  7. Willis' Latest Flop Reaffirms First-Place Tigers Full Of Concerns

    Following his removal from Sunday’s 6-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates, pitcher Dontrelle Willis sprinted towards the dugout, punching his glove before reaching the first step...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 233 reads 4 comments

  8. Stanley Cup Finals Game Seven: Why Detroit Is Repeating As Stanley Cup Champions

    It didn’t happen until 9:18 of the third period. Penguin star Evgeni Malkin was whistled for a cross-check, giving the Penguins its first trip to the sin bin in Game Six. In Detroit, fans ate it up...

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  9. Fumbling and Stumbling: Keep Your Friends Close, and Your TVs Closer

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  10. Detroit Red Wings' Keys for Winning Game Six

    For Detroit, it can win its second straight title and fifth in 12 years on Tuesday night. But the task won’t be easy; elimination games are the hardest to win...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 124 reads 7 comments

  11. Penguins' Keys for Winning Game Six

    This is it, Pens fans. For Pittsburgh, it’s do or die. Improve to 3-0 in Mellon Arena and the Pens survive for a Game Seven. Lose, and the team will watch Detroit raise the Cup on its ice for the second consecutive season...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  12. How NBC Has Managed To Alienate Both Penguins and Red Wings Fans

    Detroit and Pittsburgh are not all that different from one another. Both cities are blue collar and rely on hard working, family-first individuals. Both cities were built on one industry; Pittsburgh is the Steel City while Detroit is the Motor City...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 1,811 reads 16 comments

  13. Fumbling and Stumbling: Women's Sports Rule

    This is the first edition of my new weekly column. It’s irrelevant and pointless. If I weren’t me, I wouldn’t read it. But I really hope you enjoy it...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 52 reads 5 comments

  14. Stanley Cup Finals: Five Things To Watch As Series Shifts To Pittsburgh

    Can anyone believe it?It’s already Game Three of the Stanley Cup Finals. Through two games, fans have been treated to…well, not much. Believe me, as a Red Wings fan, I’m ecstatic...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 197 reads 15 comments

  15. NHL Producing Great Postseason, But Still Needs To Make Changes

    The 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs have been one of the most memorable postseasons in recent memory, both for hockey and professional sports. Yet no one seems to be watching. Just look at the opening round...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 102 reads 2 comments

  16. Chuck Daly Was One Of the Few Remaining Old School Coaches

    I'm a little young to remember the coaching career of Chuck Daly. Growing up in a suburb of Detroit, I have limited memories of the Bad Boys, the Dream Team and the relevant basketball he helped create in the city...

    Mike Feld Written by Mike Feld about over 5 years ago 77 reads 1 comments