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The Valenti Show

Customer Reviews

Best Duo in Sports Radio

I make sure to tune in from 2-6 every Monday-Friday. Must hear radio for any Detroit sports fan.

Best Radio Show in America!!

First off, I want to say that Mike Valenti and Terry Foster are a great tandem, and after listening to many different stations and shows across the country, only one tandem compares to this one, Mike&Mike. That said, Evan does a great job producing the show, and though you rarely hear him on-air, he makes what you hear possible. Secondly, as a Michigan fan, the past five or six years have been very humbling, and though I don't like the Spartans, I want to congratulate Mike for seeing his team accomplish the Ultimate, and being able to share the memories with his father. Now it's about national titles, and just as I say with Michigan, why can't Michigan State get there? If I could make a request, could the December 9th show open be retracted and added to this podcast? It featured Foo Fighters' Best of You after MSU defeated Ohio State in the Conference Championship game. It was an amazing open that I'd love to share with my family and friends who are Spartans. Third and last, keep up the great show guys! Stay honest and tell it like it is!! Have a great 2014!!

Intelligent, Entertaining, Sometimes Controversial

If you enjoy sports talk where the hosts unapologetically speak their minds in an intelligent way, this is the perfect sports radio show for you. Mike and Terry contrast each other very well, coming from different backgrounds, which can make for great conversation and debate. If you’re a Spartan, Mike is finally a voice in Detroit media that more closely represents you. Detroit has historically been extremely biased for U of M and Mike refreshingly and hilariously calls out the maize and blue program and fan base when warranted. I find myself agreeing with Mike often, though not always, and both of these guys make me laugh and make me think. They mix in social issues from time to time, which is always interesting too. I moved away from Michigan a few years ago and the local sports talk here just doesn’t compare to Mike and Terry. I find myself listening to theses guys online instead as often as I can. My only complaint is the hard commercial breaks. It’d be so much better if these two could just talk without interruptions for a couple of hours a day instead of being interrupted by commercials every 10-15 minutes or less. It really kills the flow of everything. Ditch the terrestrial radio guys and just do online podcasts!