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Valenti and Foster - Will the real MSU please stand up?What happened to MSU against Wisconsin?
Jamie and Stoney - Packers' guard TJ Lang joins the showLang talks about the Packers win over the Lions
Street Beat: Small Business & EntrepreneurshipThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter talks about small business in Michigan and the organizations that are helping entrepreneurs. First, Tom Scott, the Senior Vice President, Communications and Marketing for the Michigan Retailers Assn., talks about the Buy Nearby program that encourages people to support Michigan retailers and small businesses. Then, find out how to start your own business from Barry Kinsey, Director of Workforce Development for the new Monroe County Community College Entrepreneurship Program. Next, innovators who have ideas that can impact health throughout the world will learn about investment opportunities from Tel Ganesan, the president of TiE Detroit, a non-profit entrepreneurial organization of Kyyba Ventures. Finally, hear about the rebirth of Rivertown, one of the revitalizing districts in Detroit, from businessman/entrepreneur Hans Hanson who is refurbishing a building in the area.
Election 2016: Will Presidential Debates Between Clinton, Trump Sway Voters?; Audio ExcerptHillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet face-to-face Monday night in a presidential debate at suburban New York’s Hofstra University. It’s a showdown that’s expected to draw 75 million viewers with some estimates closer to 100 million – which would put viewership at Super Bowl numbers.
Arnold Palmer Dies At 87, Made Golf Popular For Masses; Audio ExcerptArnold Palmer charged across the golf course and into America’s living rooms with a go-for-broke style that made a country club sport popular for the everyman. At ease with presidents and the public, he was on a first-name basis with both. Through his remarkable life, he never lost that personal touch. That’s what made him "the King". Palmer died Sunday in Pittsburgh. He was 87.
Offense Hums Early Before Packers Hold Off Lions 34-27; Audio ExcerptAaron Rodgers threw for 205 yards and four touchdowns, including two in the first half to Jordy Nelson, and the Green Bay Packers snapped out of their offensive funk before holding off the Detroit Lions for a 34-27 win Sunday. Marvin Jones’ 35-yard touchdown catch with 3:34 left got Detroit (1-2) within seven. Jones had a career-high 205 yards on six receptions.