The Seattle Seahawks are celebrating their first title after beating the Denver Broncos (43-8) in Super Bowl 48 at Met Life Stadium.  The Seahawks jumped out to a (22-0) halftime lead and never looked back.  Malcolm Smith returned a Peyton Manning interception 69 yards for a score in the second quarter to help Seattle pull away and was named MVP following the game.  Demaryius Thomas, who caught a Super Bowl record 13 passes for 118 yards.  The Broncos fell to (2-5) in Super Bowls. 

Yogi Ferrell dropped in a game-high 27 points as Indiana upset the 10th-ranked Michigan Wolverines (63-52) yesterday at Assembly Hall.  U-M had their 10-game winning streak snapped and are now (16-5 overall - 8-1 Big Ten).  The Wolverines host Nebraska Wednesday night. 

Alex Ovechkin scored the winning goal with 2:23 left in overtime as the Washington Capitals clipped the Red Wings (6-5) yesterday to earn a split in the home-and-home series.  Former Griffin Gustav Nyquist recorded his first career hat trick and also had an assist in the loss.  The Wings host the Vancouver Canucks tonight at the Joe.  Game time is 7:30pm. 

The Detroit Pistons are in Miami to take on LeBron James and the Heat.  Game time is 7:30pm, and the Pistons are (19-27) on the season going in. 

Plus, coming Wednesday's 'Signing Day 2014' brought to you by Lake Michigan Credit Union.  Bret Bakita and Ty Hallock will be broadcasting live that morning from 7-9am here on ESPN 96.1 from the Celebration Cinema North lobby and will be joined by approximately 40+ high school football seniors from across West Michigan that will officially declare where they are going to play college football.  The event is open to the public and is presented by: Fox Nissan, Fence Consultants, Tim Horton's Cafe & Bake Shop and Power Strength Training Systems.