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.
Lansing-Area H.S. Football Top 10 Poll (After Week 8)
We are down to the final week of the regular season in high school football in the state of Michigan. Just one week until the playoffs begin.
The Lions Are 4-1! But Injuries Are Getting Worse
Your gridiron heroes, the Detroit Lions, lead the NFC North with a 4-1 record. And they are two games in front of the Green Bay Packers (who the Lions beat in Week 4 on the road) as we hit the quarter pole of the NFL's regular season.
Lansing-Area H.S. Football Top 10 Poll (After Week 7)
Three undefeated teams remain in the area as ew reach the final stages of the regular season. As Vermontville Maple Valley was shut out by Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian, 38-0 in 8-Player football.
What Are Potential Effects Of The Future Big Ten Football Schedules?
As you probably have heard by now, the Big Ten Conference announced on Thursday the conference opponents for the 18 schools in the B1G for the next five seasons in football (2024-28).
Matt Shepard Out As Detroit Tigers TV Voice
The Detroit News was first to report, and was confirmed by Bally Sports Detroit on Tuesday morning, that fifth-year television voice Matt Shepard will not return to the booth to broadcast Detroit Tigers games in 2024.
There’s Actually Hope For The Detroit Tigers…Seriously!
With the emotional sendoff into retirement for the great Miguel Cabrera still fresh in our minds (BTW, wasn't that great??!!), it's easy to forget that the Detroit Tigers, in many people's minds, exceeded expectations in 2023.
There’s Optimism For Next Year’s Tigers Team, But…
Earlier this week, I wrote about the justified optimism regarding the Detroit Tigers. As you know, the Tigers finished 78-84 and finished in 2nd place in the American League Central behind the Minnesota Twins.
Lansing-Area H.S. Football Top 10 Poll (After Week 6)
There are now only three undefeated area teams left in Mid-Michigan high school football after six weeks of play. They are: Mason, Portland, and Sexton. And in 8-Player football, Vermontville Maple Valley is still unbeaten at 6-0.
Lions: Great Win, But Issues Still Remain
Your gridiron heroes, the Detroit Lions, went into Lambeau Field on Thursday night and beat their longtime rivals, the Green Bay Packers, 34-20.
Official: Michigan State Fires Mel Tucker
Michigan State University athletic director Alan Haller fired head football coach Mel Tucker (pictured above) on Wednesday afternoon.