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Episode 71: EX-MICHIGAN STAR BRAYLON EDWARDS SLAMS M FOOTBALL – AGAIN

Close-up photo of Braylon Edwards wearing U of M cap.

Harbaugh’s been there for five years now…name someone that he’s brought in.

It’s the latest No Filter Sports Podcast with Eli Zaret, Denny McLain and Bob Page.

  • Former Michigan and NFL star Braylon Edwards joins us to discuss his new book, his career, family AND to argue with Bob!
  • This after being suspended by the Big Ten Network last year for ripping U-M football’s current state.
  • When bad things happen to good people: the boys eulogize the late Fred McLeod.
  • Eli talks about a guy he knows well: Dennis Rodman, the subject of an ESPN “30 for 30” this week.
  • The Antonio Brown saga just might end, not with the Pats, but in a PRISON CELL, while OBJ continues to make a fool of himself!
  • Mark Dantonio on the cusp of overtaking Duffy as the winningest coach in MSU history. Bob BEGS for perspective!
  • A new law in Cali will allow college athletes to be paid by 2023. The NCAA is gonna fight! What does it all portend for college sports?
  • 7Plus another of our “Adventures With Denny,” YOU on our weekly mailbag segment and much more right here.

Episode 52: The One and Only Dick Vitale, BAY-bee!

Illustrated portrait of Dick Vitale

He’s a basketball motivational evangelist.

 It’s the latest No Filter Sports Podcast with Eli Zaret, Denny McLain and Bob Page.

  • The boys welcome to the show their old buddy, Dickie V! And he opens up about his life as you’ve probably never heard before.
  • A contract extension for Al Avila? Why on earth NOW?! Bob wonders if Chris Ilitch is fit to run the Detroit Tigers.
  • Miggy, Gardy, now Nick (and Cowboy West?!): Everybody’s upset these days as even opponent broadcast crews laugh at the Tigers’ mess.
  • MLB hits the all-star break with more controversy:  a BIG home plate collision leads Denny on a rant and Bob to make a suggestion.
  • Yep, sure is great that the U.S. women won the World Cup Soccer Tourney, but Eli begs for some perspective — please!
  • And NFL labor negotiations are on tap throughout July. Is a strike or a lockout inevitable next year? Maybe not.
  • Those stores and much more right here!