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.
Detroit Lions Free Agents, The Draft, And The Salary Cap
And with the Super Bowl now completed, it's now time to take a look at the off-season. And that means the upcoming NFL Combine in Indianapolis, the start of NFL free agency (starting on March 13th), and then the NFL Draft in Detroit (at the end of April)
Lansing-Area Girls Basketball Top 10 Poll – (January 23rd)
It's because I'm putting a team that, even though it's undefeated, is not the best team in the area at number 1. I am putting Bath at number 1 this week simply as a reward for being the last unbeaten team in the area.
Detroit Lions Fever, Catch It!!!!
Interest in your gridiron heroes, the Detroit Lions, have swept the majority of the state of Michigan this fall and winter.
Is U-M’s National Title Tainted?
And while half the state of Michigan (or thereabouts) is elated that the Wolverines have finally climbed to the summit of college football. One of many questions remain...
Lansing-Area Boys Basketball Poll – (Week of January 8th)
The holiday break is over and now get ready for an intense month and a half of basketball before the state tournament begins on February 26th.
You Know The Pistons Are Losing, But Why Are The Red Wings Struggling?
As of this writing (the afternoon of December 29), the Winged Wheelers are 16-15-4 and have fallen three points out of the last Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference.
The Detroit Pistons Are Now Legendarily Bad
Make it 25 straight losses for the once-proud franchise, as they lost to the 11-18 Utah Jazz on Thursday night, 119-111, at a vocal Little Caesars Arena.
Is It Time To Worry About The Detroit Lions?
We know about the issues on defense. And the relative lack of a pass rush that has plagued the team most of the season. They are currently 15th in the NFL in yards allowed (323.5). That's not bad, but they've allowed 314 points in 13 games. That's only 10th in the NFC and tied for 25th in the NFL. That's not good enough.
MSU Names Kevin Guskiewicz New School President
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Friday morning to name University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz as the school's new president.
Don’t Panic Yet, But You Should Be Concerned About MSU Basketball
Michigan State's men's basketball team is now 4-4 overall and 0-1 in Big Ten play after Tuesday night's disappointing loss at the Breslin Center to 23rd ranked Wisconsin, 70-57.