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.
Cleveland Indians Changing Nickname to ‘Guardians’
The Cleveland Indians announced on Friday morning that they will change their nickname from "Indians" to "Guardians" starting with the 2022 season.
Report: Lions Will Not Tag Golladay
Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network is reporting that the Detroit Lions will not put the franchise tag on wide receiver Kenny Golladay (pictured), thus making Golladay an unrestricted free agent.
B1G Releases Revised 2020 Football Schedule
The Big Ten Conference announced on Wednesday the revised football schedule for the 2020 season.
Report: Cowboys Give RB Elliott $90M Extension
The Dallas Cowboys have reportedly agreed to a six-year contract extension with running back Ezekiel Elliott (pictured), according to ESPN.
JV Tells Why Freep Reporter Was Blocked From Clubhouse
After the Detroit Tiger 2-1 victory over the Houston Astros on Wednesday night, star pitcher Justin Verlander (who took the loss in the game) instructed Astros management to not allow a Detroit Free Press beat writer (reportedly Tigers beat writer Anthony Fenech) into the locker room to join the daily media scrum after the game.