Greg In The Media
This is where you can find updates and Internet links involving me and my work around the Web.
MONDAY, October 6, 2014 is the next NEW episode of “The Knee Jerks” on The Sports Geeks Radio Network (www.sportsgeeksradio.com).
This week Eno and Big Al welcome former Red Wings forward Bill Lochead!
Some 36 years ago, Lochead scored a goal that was, at the time, the signature goal for the Red Wings franchise when it came to the baby boomer fans who suffered through bad hockey throughout the 1970s.
Lochead’s goal late in the third period of Game 2 of the preliminary round of the 1978 playoffs at Olympia Stadium knocked out the Atlanta Flames, as the Red Wings swept the best-of-three mini-series.
Lochead, who scored 20 goals that season, eventually made more of a name for himself playing in Europe, where he also coached.
Today, Lochead is a player agent. And he joins Eno and Big Al on the latest episode of “The Knee Jerks.”
Bill talks about that famous goal and other trips down memory lane, regaling us with stories of old-time hockey.
Joining us for the Lochead interview is our Red Wings and NHL Insider, Matt Hutter, who sticks around to preview the 2014-15 squad.
All that, plus the sad exit of the Tigers from the playoffs and the Lions’ meltdown against Buffalo, plus the ugliness that is Michigan football, are all part of our latest episode.
As usual, “Whose Birthday Is It?” and “Jerk of the Week” are included.
You can listen to the latest episode HERE.
Long-time Detroit sports bloggers and podcasters, Greg Eno (aka the man who knows a lot of things about a lot of things), and Big Al Beaton are The Knee Jerks! Eno and Big Al’s podcast is released every Monday on the Sports Geeks Radio Network!
Bless You Boys: Starting February 26, 2014, my pieces will appear weekly on the #1 Detroit Tigers website on the Net.
Bleacher Report: Most of the stuff on Bleacher Report can be found on GregEno.com, but just in case, click HERE to see what I’m up to at B/R.
Tumblr: Despite my daughter saying I may be too old, I launched a Tumblr blog on November 13, 2012.
The Detroit Free Press on December 2, 2011 ran yet another one of my columns, this one about Tiger Woods.
The Phil Naessens Show: I was a guest once again on November 29, 2011 as we talked Hot Stove baseball and the Tigers’ off-season plans.
The Phil Naessens Show: I was again interviewed by Phil in early-October, 2011 for his podcast as we talked Tigers, Ernie Harwell, and previewed the Tigers-Yankees ALDS.
The Phil Naessens Show: I was interviewed by Phil, a transplanted American baseball fan living in Greece, on August 18 for his podcast.
Detroit Free Press: On August 14, 2011, they picked up my column where I call out Miguel Cabrera
Detroit Free Press: On April 4, 2011, they picked up my column where I take Scottie Pippen to task
Detroit Free Press: They picked up my column on Miguel Cabrera on April 19, 2010
Fan Huddle: This is a new sports website, and on it I am covering the NFC West. Here’s my page there.
NHL.com: My first link to NHL.com by virtue of being Bleacher Report’s #1 Red Wings writer can be found HERE. It’s the story about Red Wings backup goalie Jimmy Howard.
Freep.com: Click HERE for an excerpt of my tribute to Ernie Harwell, which appeared on their site on 9/4/09.
The Baseball Page: This is a wonderful site for the true baseball fan. It’s full of history, stats, and fresh content–the latter of which I provide. Just click on the “Greg Eno” tab for all of my articles on this site.
Blog Talk Radio: Every Monday night at 11 p.m. ET I can be heard on Blog Talk Radio as I co-host “The Knee Jerks”, a sports talk show with Big Al from The Wayne Fontes Experience. You can find out more about this endeavor here.
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Bleacher Report: This is a sports site that is filled with fresh content daily, contributed largely by sports journalism students and a few veterans. My stuff at Bleacher Report can mostly be read by visiting here or my blogs, but if you click here you’ll see my profile and get a “one-stop shop” experience when it comes to my sports rants.
(NOTE: On May 11, 2009, I achieved No. 1 ranking among all Detroit Tigers writers on the site!)
Fox Sports.com: Occasionally my Bleacher Report-exclusive pieces will be picked up by BR’s partner sites, either Fox Sports.com or CBS Sports.com. This one is an example: a preview of Michigan State’s 2009 NCAA Final Four game against Connecticut.