Beanie is "Offensive Minded" weekdays from 4 to 6 p.m. on The Game 730 AM. Beanie first brought his take-no-prisoners approach and blunt analysis to The Game 730 AM's airwaves in 2014. Before that, he spent several years as a reporter for MLive Media Group, covering Michigan State and a wide variety of other beats. A shareholder of the Green Bay Packers, Beanie is currently trying to cope with his favorite team very publicly breaking up with a Hall of Fame franchise quarterback for the second time in 15 years. In the summer, you can find Beanie aboard his tritoon boat, affectionately named "The Flying Welshman." Beanie is an alumnus of MSU (c/o 2010). He also holds an MBA from the University of Kansas (c/o 2022). Although, unlike many Jayhawks (allegedly), he was not compensated by Adidas for his matriculation at KU.
Mel Tucker Did Michigan State A Gigantic Favor
Tucker's incomprehensible self-destruction has cast MSU into chaos and uncertainty. But it also likely spared Spartan football far worse ruin.
Mel Tucker’s Suspension Is Just A Litigious Formality, So Who Replaces Him At Michigan State?
MSU is virtually certain to terminate Mel Tucker for cause once his Title IX investigation has ended. So who will replace him atop the Spartan football program? We've put together a list of 18 potential candidates.
Betting Insights for Detroit Lions at Kansas City Chiefs
The Chiefs are laying 4.5 points, but the point spread has shifted 2 points toward the Lions due to uncertainty over Travis Kelce's status for the game.
It’s OK to Say It, Lions Fans — Detroit Will Beat the Chiefs in NFL Opener
The likelihood of no Travis Kelce and no Chris Jones for Kansas City represents a massive shift in odds for this game.
How the Hell Is Ohio State the Favorite to Win the Big Ten?
Virtually every stat and detail indicates Michigan will extend its dominance over Ohio State and the rest of the Big Ten to three years this fall. So why does Vegas say otherwise?
Here’s A Kicker Detroit Lions Could Get Without Having To Give Up Any Assets
The Lions are reportedly working the trade market for a new kicker. But they've already given up one draft pick to land a kicker this offseason. There's one veteran kicker available who makes a ton of sense.
The Season Hasn’t Even Begun and Mel Tucker Is Already Making Excuses
MSU hasn't even lost a game yet, but its $95 million head coach is getting a head start on making the case that anything and everything other than himself is to blame for another failed season.
Michigan Reportedly Self-Imposing 3-Game Suspension For Jim Harbaugh
A week after the NCAA's disciplinary board rejected a negotiated four-game ban as not enough, Michigan is trying to stay the NCAA's harsher hand by...offering less than it already had?
Harbaugh’s Delayed NCAA Suspension Doesn’t Mean What Michigan Fans Think
Harbaugh and Michigan haven't triumphed over the NCAA in this infractions case, as U-M fans say. Just like the entire controversy isn't about a cheeseburger, despite their insistence.
Donovan Edwards Tries To Apologize For Antisemitic Retweet 10 Months After The Fact, Fails Miserably
Edwards spoke to the media after Michigan football fall camp practice Friday and abruptly addressed the issue from nearly a year ago, succeeding not in seeming genuinely contrite but in giving U-M PR staffers hypertension.
Bloated Big Ten Could Spell End Of Annual MSU-Michigan Football Rivalry
The Big Ten performed a miracle two months ago when it released '24 and '25 football schedules that protected every conference rivalry, somehow reconciling expansion with tradition. That feat becomes even more difficult to replicate now that the league has swollen to 18 teams.
Are We Sure We Want Alcohol Sold At Spartan Stadium?
The Michigan Senate on Wednesday approved a bill that would legalize alcohol sales at college stadiums through Michigan. The vote was a lopsided 36-2, but one of the two opposed was the senator representing the MSU community.