All-Time Roster

"The Knee Jerks" have played host to quite a cast of characters since debuting in May 2009. What follows is as complete a list as we can think of, of those who've appeared as guests. But no doubt some names have slipped our minds; for that, we do apologize to those not mentioned!

(in no particular order)

Ray Scott (former Pistons player and coach)
Jamie Samuelsen (co-host, 97.1 The Ticket's "Jamie and Wojo" show)
Bob Page (retired ex-Detroit and New York sportscaster)
Marty Appel (author, "Munson: The Life and Death of a Yankee Captain"; and former PR guy for the Yankees)
Vincent Goodwill (Pistons beat writer for the Detroit News)
Dave Pallone (former MLB umpire)
Charles Ramsey (former EMU basketball coach)
Matt Hutter (Bleacher Report)
Michael Schottey (Bleacher Report)
Dan Holmes (sports historian)
Lee Panas (Detroit Tiger Tales)
Jennifer Cosey (Old English D blog)
Kurt Mensching (Bless You Boys)
Marvin Hagler Jr. (boxer)
Matt Riviera (pro wrestler)
Doreen Taylor (singer)
Linda McCoy-Murray (wife of late, great sportswriter Jim Murray and in charge of Jim Murray Memorial Foundation) 
Ansar Khan (MLive)
Mick McCabe (HS sports writer, Detroit Free Press)
Paul Kukla (Kukla's Korner)
Pete Krupsky (radio voice, OHL's Plymouth Whalers)
Jim Brandstatter (radio analyst, Lions and U-M football)
Tom Hannon (owner/operator, The Baseball Page)
Paul Swaney (Stadium Journey)
Clay McKinney (author, "Pinstripe Defection")
Jason Browning (attorney)
Doug Gladstone (author, "A Bitter Cup of Coffee")
Jack McCloskey (former Pistons GM)
Joe Dexter (radio broadcaster)
Greg Shamus (sports photographer)
Keith Avallone (tabletop sports game designer)
Mike Bozich (track announcer, Hazel Park Raceway)
Earl Cureton (former Pistons and NBA player; 2-time NBA Champion)
Paula Pasche (sportswriter, Oakland Press)
Ian Casselberry (MLB writer, Bleacher Report)
Matt Clouden (Buffalo Sabres writer, Bleacher Report)
Ryan Szporer (Montreal Canadiens writer, Bleacher Report)
Tim Plum (tabletop sports game designer/distributor)
Earl Shores (author, "The Unforgettable Buzz," a history of Electric Football)
Travis Bader from Oakland University (NCAA all-time maker of 3-point shots)
Chris Creighton (EMU head football coach starting in 2014)
Greg Kampe (Oakland University basketball coach)

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