Kevin Love

Episode 51: The P.C. Posse Storms in After ELI! WE Cry “Bullbleep!”

Some PC idiots out there interpret the somehow as racist?!

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

  • Happy 4th of July! Going to the beach or a BBQ?  No? Then maybe you’re taking part in a disgusting, mindless hot-dog-eating contest.
  • A new Twitter feud! Eli vs a Detroit News sportswriter — and a few unthinking fans have made it ugly!It’s all part of the ongoing Miggy soap opera. What can the Tigers possibly do about or with him at this point?
  • The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team ready for its gold medal showdown — but politics begins to overshadow the game.
  • Speaking of politics, Colin Kaepernick is baaack — and the boys aren’t happy about the latest controversy he’s causing.
  • Denny breaks bread — or at least dead animals — with Leon Spinks and receives praise from rock n’ roll critic Susan Whitall.
  • And it’ll be Dickie V Monday, BAY-bee, as Bob explains how college basketball’s most famous mouth changed HIS very life. 
  • Those stories and more right here!

Episode 36: Beilein Bails – Shock and Sadness

Who’s going to replace him? The coaches on staff really don’t have the resume.

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

  • John Beilein takes the jump to the NBA. Who’s the next coach? Will the program continue to thrive? Will Beilein succeed in the NBA? The guys tackle the questions.
  • Eli Zaret recalls when he was not ‘big time’ enough for Terry Stotts and Bob explains George “Blob-Ha’s” origins.
  • In the NBA it’s the Battle of the Brothers as Golden State and Portland match up in the Western Conference Finals.
  • The guys ask – does Golden State REALLY need Durant?
  • Drama over the Pujols’ 2,000th RBI leads Denny to recall being strong-armed over his 30th win memorabilia as well.
  • The Tigers are somehow holding on to 3rd place in the AL Central despite injury woes, Miggy’s slow production and a -49 run differential!
  • The Kentucky Derby is still a mess as it remains wrapped in a lawsuit.