Brock (A Grand Ledge native) is a 25 year veteran of the radio business in Michigan. He originally got his start in broadcasting in 1995 doing play-by-play and color commentary for Lansing Community College basketball while attending LCC. After two seasons of that, he moved to the Detroit area to attend Specs Howard Broadcasting School. After graduating from Specs in June of 1998, He returned to Lansing to join Liggett Broadcasting (now TownsquareMedia). In October of 2000, Brock was hired as Sports Director at WHLS Radio in Port Huron, MI. In March of 2002, he returned to Lansing to continue his broadcasting career. And in September of 2006, came back to Citadel Broadcasting (now TownsquareMedia Lansing). Brock is single with no children but is the very proud uncle of his nephew Jack, and twin nieces Anna and Emma. Tops on his sports bucket list is to attend a Super Bowl, Final Four, and the Masters golf tournament. And someday, he would like to travel into all 50 states of the U.S. He has been in 25 states so far.
Is It 2002 All Over Again For Michigan State Football?
After Michigan State got drubbed by Minnesota 34-7 last Saturday to fall to 2-2 on the season, it got me thinking about another Minnesota drubbing of Michigan State in Spartan Stadium.
Former Spartan Miles Bridges Arrested In California
Former Flint native, Michigan State basketball player, and current Charlotte Hornet Miles Bridges was arrested in Los Angeles on Wednesday after turning himself into L.A. police. L.A. police did not release details of the arrest.
Report: Tigers Sign LHP Rodriguez To $77M Deal
Multiple media outlets are reporting that the Detroit Tigers have agreed to a 5-year deal worth $77 million with left-handed starting pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez (pictured above).
Lions WR Cephus Has Broken Collarbone; Likely Headed To IR
Detroit Lions' second-year wide receiver Quintez Cephus (pictured on the golf cart after his injury) broke his collarbone in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, according to media reports.
Lions Put Pro Bowl Center Frank Ragnow On IR List
One day after putting outside linebacker Romeo Okwara on season-ending injured reserve because of an Achilles tendon injury, the Detroit Lions put Pro Bowl center Frank Ragnow on injured reserve due to a toe injury.
Hey Spartan Fans, Do You Like “The Woodshed”?
Michigan State's second-year head football coach Mel Tucker, at his weekly press conference on Tuesday, reiterated that he wants Spartan Stadium (seen above) to be called "The Woodshed."
Would MSU-Nebraska Be a Good Trophy Game?
But how about this for an idea. Why not make the MSU-Nebraska football game a trophy game? MSU plays trophy games against Michigan, Indiana, and Penn State every year. And whenever they play Notre Dame, that's a trophy game (The Megaphone).
MSU QB Payton Thorne Named Big 10 Co-Offensive Player Of The Week
Michigan State third-year quarterback Payton Thorne (pictured) was named as the Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week by the conference on Monday morning.
Report: Lions CB Jeff Okudah Out For The Season
The NFL Network's Tom Pelissero is reporting that Detroit Lions second-year cornerback Jeff Okudah (pictured) is lost for the season due to an Achilles tendon injury suffered in Sunday's 41-33 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at Ford Field.
Harbaugh: Cade McNamara Is U-M Starting QB
McNamara beats out Texas Tech transfer Alan Bowman, true freshman J.J. McCarthy, and sophomore Dan Villari for the job.