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106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports
Thursday Morning Sports Update-06/03/2021

106.1 & 1400 WSJM Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 2:45


MLB – Major League Baseball Last Night Chicago Cubs 6, San Diego Padres 1 Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Indians, PPD Rain Tigers were off Cubs 6, Padres 1 – Baez, Rizzo lead surging Cubs past Padres 6-1 Javier Báez lined a two-run homer, Anthony Rizzo had two doubles among three hits and the surging Chicago Cubs beat the San Diego Padres 6-1 on for their third straight win and ninth in 10 games. Baez's shot to the left-field bleachers was his 14th homer and third in three games, and it capped a three-run seventh that allowed Chicago to put it away. Rizzo drove in two runs in the fifth with his first double to snap 1-1 tie and posted a second-straight multihit game after missing the previous six with back tightness. White Sox at Indians – White Sox-Indians postponed by rain; doubleheader Sept. 23 The Cleveland Indians have postponed Wednesday's game against the Chicago White Sox because of rain. The teams will play a split doubleheader on Sept. 23. The Indians had been given permission by the state of Ohio to return to full capacity at Progressive Field starting Wednesday. Cleveland's next home game is June 11 against Seattle. Chicago leads Cleveland by 2½ games in the AL Central. Tonight Detroit Tigers at Chicago White Sox, 8:10 p.m.                 94.9 WSJM/103.7 Cosy-FM 7:50 Chicago Cubs at San Francisco Giants, 9:45 p.m. NHL – 2021 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs – Round 2 – Best of 7 Last Night Montreal Canadiens 5, Winnipeg Jets 3                                       (MTL leads 1-0) Colorado Avalanche 3, Vegas Golden Knights 2 – OT                  (COL leads 2-0) Tonight Boston Bruins at New York Islanders, 7:30 p.m.                         (Series tied 1-1) Carolina Hurricanes at Tampa Bay Lightning, 8:00 p.m.                (TBL leads 2-0) NHL – Last-place Sabres win draft lottery; Kraken get No. 2 pick The Buffalo Sabres won the NHL draft lottery and the expansion Seattle Kraken jumped up the order to take the No. 2 pick Wednesday night. The Sabres have the No. 1 pick for the fourth time in franchise history and second in three years. It marks a turnaround for a team that finished last in the overall standings for the fourth time since 2013-14, and lost the draft lottery in both 2014 and '15. The Kraken were seeded third with New Jersey, and jumped ahead of the Anaheim Ducks, who will be selecting third overall. The two-day draft will be held virtually for a second consecutive year, with the first round being held on July 23.  Detroit will draft 6th. Chicago 11th. NBA – National Basketball Association Playoffs – Round 1 – Best of 7 Last Night Philadelphia 76ers 129, Washington Wizards 112                      (PHI wins 4-1) Atlanta Hawks 103, New York Knicks 89                                    (ATL wins 4-1) Utah Jazz 126, Memphis Grizzlies 110                                        (UTA wins 4-1) Dallas Mavericks 105, Los Angeles Clippers 100                        (DAL leads 3-2) Last Night Denver Nuggets at Portland Trailblazers, 8:00 p.m.                    (DEN leads 3-2)     Phoenix Suns at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:30 p.m.                          (PHX leads 3-2) NBA – Detroit Pistons hire John Beilein in player development role The Detroit Pistons have hired John Beilein as a senior adviser for player development. Beilein is a former coach at Michigan, where his teams made nine trips to the NCAA Tournament in his 12 seasons. He left to coach the Cleveland Cavaliers, but resigned last year after just 54 games. The Pistons say they are counting on Beilein to help develop their young roster under head coach Dwane Casey. WNBA – Women's National Basketball Association Tonight Chicago Sky at Phoenix Mercury, 10:00 p.m. Indiana Fever at Los Angeles Sparks, 10:30 p.m. NFL – Dalton says 'mindset didn't change' when Bears landed Fields Andy Dalton insists he understood the situation when he si...

Goin' to Work
Episode 66: NHL Draft Lottery, Pistons add Beilein, Tigers Weekly Recap, and more!

Goin' to Work

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 52:53


Episode 66 of the Goin' to Work Podcast is here and it's a little shorter than normal. Three-fourths of the boys are recovering from a bachelor party in Nashville and The Legend had to miss this episode. However, the show must go on! The boys kick off the show talking about the Pistons' newest hire. From there, they discuss the Red Wings' chances to land the 1st Overall pick in the Draft Lottery. Will they get a "make-up" call? The Tigers had one of their best months in the last 5 years. They pulled off a HUGE upset sweep of the Yankees and now it's time to get fired up about this young pitching staff. The show wraps up with the "Random Question of the Week".

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA Roundtable 4/22/2021: The Ingrained Provenance of Football

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2021 49:42


Things discussed: Gymnastics Natty! BTN Plus is awful. They are making it impossible to grow their fanbases because you have to be hardcore to be there. Production is the pits. Was Michigan right to quash their spring and keep the spring game to a minute of useless tape? Big discussion about how the program is killing any goodwill that’s left, only letting the haters air their grievances. The 20- and 30-somethings aren’t as tied to Michigan anymore because they haven’t been engaged. They’re Dave Brandon’ing. Basketball: did the opposite. Craig tells the story of Beilein walking the media through a practice. How did Al Borges benefit from inviting Heiko in?

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA 4/8/2021: Slightly Tower

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 53:04


Things discussed: Who’s coming back? Eli solves a lot of the questions you have at guard. Chaundee would solve the rest of them plus shooting. Do they go into the portal? Sam brings up Jacob Young but what do you get from him that you don’t get from Frankie Collins? Point guard is the only question. If it’s a big question that says they don’t believe in Zeb. Marion Jackson of Toledo or another experienced distributor is the only spot maybe. Sam: Not a guarantee that Chaundee and Eli return, but it makes sense for both. The incoming freshmen: Diabate is going to be a switchable nightmare at the four or five. Houstan can be your shooter from the three. Barnes: we’re slow-playing how excited we are about that guy. A lot of people think he could be the best player in the class. GR3 with a better shot LFG! Eric Tolbert knew about the #2 NBA draft pick and didn’t tell Beilein about it. Hockey: How many of these guys are coming back? Lots of them! Football: the offense looks good, defense looks terrible. Seth: I believe the offense because the RBs looked good and we’re hearing the right things, and OL isn’t all injured. Defense: Oy. Safety should be fine but everybody else is struggling, especially the linebackers and DL. Noise is they can’t stop the run at all. Part of that is probably the new system is complicated, and it’s too much for a young team. Portal effect: Michigan’s transfer policy is bad across the board. Who’s the quarterback?

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 12.27: Read the Room

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2021 53:20


54 minutes. We’re doing that thing again where we publish a partial pod between games then finish up after the next one. The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. Check out their wide selection of officially licensed Michigan fan gear at their 3 store locations in Ann Arbor or learn about their custom apparel business at undergroundshirts.com. And let’s not forget our associate sponsors: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, and Information Entropy, the Raw Power app for iOS by Gentleman Coders. And introducing SignalWire, which is the virtual office platform we recorded this on because we’ve had it up to here with Zoom (use the code MUPPETS and they’ll buy your team lunch!) 1. Recapping FSU starts at 1:00 Put that in your Seder. Florida State didn’t know what to do about Franz, Johns came alive. First time we’ve gotten to see Johns after a week to practice in this role, and first time we got to see Juwan coach with a week to prepare for a tournament opponent, something Beilein was always so good at. Chaundee can rise. FSU’s switching nerfed some of their better qualities. 2. Previewing UCLA starts at 25:21 Weird team that wants to be big but lost two bigs and now overplays their 6’9”/260 foul-prone guy because the next biggest player is 6’6”. Kind of like Maryland in that they have a lot of scary wings who take a lot of jump shots, plus a wild-haired point guard who can pass (top-50 assist rate). Were underrated with the rest of their conference but drill down into the Synergy numbers and there are a lot of weaknesses, not to mention they’re all way smaller than Michigan’s frontcourt and no bigger in the backcourt. 3. A Farewell to WBB, Hockey, and Giles Jackson starts at 42:57 Naz and the Browns took us as far as it could be believed, and further. Kind of like the 2009 basketball team that beat Clemson and hung with Blake Griffin, proving this is a program you can compete at. Hockey, man, at least it’s either star-touched Duluth or a team that’s never won it. Giles Jackson, man, at least we’ll always have the Indiana “return.” [The player after The Jump] MUSIC: "I’m a Midnight Mover"—Wilson Pickett “Angel Duster”—Run the Jewels “Across 110th Street”

Our Missouri
Episode 45: Michael Fellman's "Inside War" – Joseph M. Beilein Jr. (Bicentennial Book Club, Part 5)

Our Missouri

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2021 42:29


In honor of the state's 200th birthday, Our Missouri will feature a series throughout 2021 entitled "Bicentennial Book Club," which highlights influential books related to Missouri and examines how scholars, historians, and authors dissect major topics in the state's history. So, join the "Book Club" to hear about award-winning publications that detail the state's diverse history, as well as the stories behind the stories featured within their pages. In this episode, Joseph M. Beilein, Jr. returns to talk about the historiographical legacy of Michael Fellman's "Inside War: The Guerrilla Conflict in Missouri During the American Civil War," which was originally published in 1989. About the Guest: Joseph M. Beilein Jr. holds a PhD in History from the University of Missouri. Presently, he serves as an associate professor of history at Penn State-Erie, The Behrend College. He is the author of "Bushwhackers: Guerrilla Warfare, Manhood, and the Household in Civil War Missouri," the editor of "William Gregg's Civil War: The Battle to Shape the History of Guerrilla Warfare" and the co-editor of "The Civil War Guerrilla: Unfolding the Black Flag in History, Memory, and Myth."

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA Roundtable 2/25/2021: Pay Craig His Whiskey

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 51:30


Things discussed: Ohio State: Like playing a Beilein team except… At 5:35 we finally talk about the officiating (I said 6:35 because we were on for a minute before going on air and told the guys I was setting a timer). It wasn’t a “ref show” but the block/charge calls were almost all wrong and almost all for Ohio State. The push-off was ludicrous. Please call that Hunter Dickinson player control foul on Luka Garza. Michigan’s three-point shooting was very much deserved: quality looks both halves. Illinois? Michigan has length to guard Ayo, Cockburn does not pass out of the post. Rutgers vs Indiana: Rutgers has an identity, IU has a lot of guys who do things well but watch their teammates not do those things well. Hockey: record does not reflect the quality of their play. Portillo plays the puck all the time, just happened to misplay one in the 3-2 game not the 6-0 game.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 12.20: Novak Flushed It

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 110:07


The Guest Zack Novak joined us for a segment, which is reason enough to put his Chicks Dig Scars shirt back up (think they’re organized by date created so you have to scroll to the end). Worth noting that Spike Albrecht does not have a shirt in the MGoStore. The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. They're also behind our Ann Arbor Institutions t-shirt program. They have awesome custom tees and hoodies and low, affordable prices. They also have tons of great Michigan apparel that you can wear proudly to support the maize and blue! Check out UGP’s holiday gift guide at ugp.io/holidaygiftguide and use the promo code NEWYEAR for 25% off your next purchase! Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, and Information Entropy. 1. Football Recruiting Doesn’t Suck Again starts at 1:00 Mo Linguist has been loosed in the Volunteer state and is making it into the new Massachusetts. Also three DTs, one or two or all three perhaps ticketed for nose, when it looked like none. The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump] 2. Gimmicky Top Five Elements to Add to New NCAA Game starts at 26:00 I didn’t realize this would be serious things until right before the podcast so I’ll have to write an extensive article about all of my ideas later. More or less we’re looking for a Crusader Kings II version of dynasty mode, with the Madden engine and more cheating. 3. Big Ten Shootaround starts at 49:15 We go over what we’ve watched of the league. Illinois has figured out how to get Ayo right, Wisconsin can’t get Reuvers fixed and dies on the nights their fives can’t hit a three. Ohio State is weird, gets to the line, and can’t be ignored—credit to Chris Holtmann, who can’t recruit for some reason. Also Iowa: should they ever try to play defense? Also Michigan State. 4. The Zack Novak Hour starts at 1:29:52 The true story of the legendary dunk contest. The Twitter beef with former Purdue point guard Spike Albrecht. Playing for Beilein. The secrets of Sanderson revealed! MUSIC: “Scratch My Itch"—The Soul Snatchers “Getting On in Spite of You”—Remember Sports “War”—Mos Def “Across 110th Street”

MetFlex and Chill
#93 - Muscle Centric Medicine with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon

MetFlex and Chill

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 40:45


To watch this episode, please visit Rachel’s YouTube channel. Listeners can find Dr. Gabrielle Lyon at her website https://drgabriellelyon.com, and on Instagram @drgabriellelyon Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is a Washington University fellowship-trained physician in Nutritional Science and Geriatrics and is board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulation. Her specialty in muscle-centric medicine™ has led her to be featured on “The Doctors”, with published articles in Muscle and Fitness, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, and Harper’s Bazaar. The application of her expertise ranges from brain and thyroid health to lean body mass support and longevity. In her private practice, Dr. Lyon leverages evidence-based medicine and cutting-edge science to restore metabolism, balance hormones, and optimize body composition with the end goal of helping others discover lifelong vitality. In this episode, we talk about prioritizing protein, the differences between protein sources and examples of how they are not created equal, how the time you eat affects your circadian rhythm, if keto is safe during pregnancy and more! "If you are protein forward and you anchor your plate in protein, you're going to have a better ability to satiate yourself, you're much less likely to binge eat or overeat, and you're much more likely to have a favorable metabolic effect." Dr. Gabrielle Lyon Top Takeaways: Recommended amount of daily protein intake per individual Differences between protein sources such as meats, whey, collagen, etc. Benefits of creatine as you age Dr. Lyon’s recommendations on how to find quality supplements Today’s Questions: What is muscle-centric medicine? Can you talk about the main reasons why having/building muscle is so important for overall health? Importance of protein and ideal intake? Why is all protein not created equal? Is it possible to build muscle over the age of 50? If so, what should be the main factors to focus on? Can you discuss the research on higher protein (specifically leucine) when breaking a fast? Why is leucine so important? Does it matter when we eat food (breakfast/lunch/dinner)? Are there ‘good or bad’ foods to eat together? Safety of low-carb/keto diets in pregnancy and effect of OGTT at 28 weeks? What’s a typical day of eating look like for you? What if any supplements would you recommend to include in your kind of every day? Show Notes: [0:00] Welcome back to MetFlex and Chill! Rachel introduces Dr. Gabrielle Lyon to the listeners [0:30] Dr. Gabrielle Lyon gives listeners brief background of how she got to her passion [1:00] Dr. Donald layman [1:30] Question: What is muscle-centric medicine? [3:30] Question: Can you talk about the main reasons why having/building muscle is so important for overall health? [6:00] Question: Importance of protein and ideal intake? [7:30] High Quality Protein: Amino acids, Isoleucine, Beilein, Leucine [9:00] Question: Why is all protein not created equal? [13:30] Bioavailability [14:30] Is it possible to build muscle over the age of 50? If so, what should be the main factors to focus on? [15:00] Physiological phenomenon called: anabolic resistance [20:00] Question: Can you discuss the research on higher protein (specifically leucine) when breaking a fast? [22:00] Question: Why is leucine so important? [24:00] Question: Does it matter when we eat food? (breakfast/lunch/dinner)? Are there ‘good or bad’ foods to eat together? [29:00] Question: Safety of low-carb/keto diets in pregnancy and effect of OGTT at 28 weeks? [31:00] Question: What’s a typical day of eating look like for you? [34:30] Question: What if any supplements would you recommend to include in your kind of every day? [36:00] Question: Is there anything you’ve changed your mind about in the last year? And why? [38:00] If you want to see more of Dr. Gabrielle’s content check her out on Instagram @drgabriellelyon on youtube at Dr. Gabrielle Lyon [40:06] End --- Join the FREE MetFLex Life Course: www.metflexandchill.com Rachel Gregory (@rachelgregory.cns) is a Board-Certified Nutrition Specialist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Author of the best-selling book, 21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge. She received her Master’s Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel helps her clients transform their lives by starting with the physical (body), realizing the power of the mental (mindset), and ultimately gaining massive confidence that bleeds into every aspect of their lives (family, relationships, work, etc.).

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 12.18: I Know Someone in Guam

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2021 86:57


1 hour and 16 minutes The Sponsors Thank you to Underground Printing for making this all possible. Rishi and Ryan have been our biggest supporters from the beginning. They're also behind our Ann Arbor Institutions t-shirt program. They have awesome custom tees and hoodies and low, affordable prices. They also have tons of great Michigan apparel that you can wear proudly to support the maize and blue! Check out UGP’s holiday gift guide at ugp.io/holidaygiftguide and use the promo code NEWYEAR for 25% off your next purchase! Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox, and Information Entropy. 1. Hoops vs Minnesota (the bad one) starts at 1:00 Michigan gets the Barn. I guess Eli Brooks really does matter to this team. Twenty turnovers. We keep saying these two things, basically. The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump] 2. Hoops vs Wisconsin (the good one) starts at 19:39 Hoooooooly hoops. Mike Smith won’t back down. Eli Brooks shut you down. Isaiah Livers energy man and finding his role again. Chaundee Brown miserable to go against. Franz…oh man Franz is the freakiest freak show ever, in line for a badge upgrade on D. Dickinson broke Reuvers. 3. Big Ten Hoops starts at 38:24 Nebrasketball and State are out for COVID concerns so just a few games to round up, and fewer that matter. Brian stans for Iowa, which they’re Iowa why are you getting into a shootout with them, Northwestern? Ohio State on an incredible luck streak. Rutgers on the receiving end of that luck streak. Penn State-Purdue was mostly entertaining for the Beilein memories. 4. Hot Takes, Hockey, and WBB starts at 1:09:25 Good hot takes, hockey swept OSU and it felt good, though special teams still feel unspectacular. WBB blew out the bottom of the conference. MUSIC: “Let You Down"—Those Darlins “Transitions”—Beastie Boys “There Must Be More Than Blood”—Car Seat Headrest “Across 110th Street”

Our Missouri
Episode 37: "Bushwhackers" – Joseph M. Beilein Jr. (Border Wars, Part 4)

Our Missouri

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 40:38


With the announced renewal of the Missouri-Kansas sports rivalry in 2019, Our Missouri opens the first half of Season 3 with an examination of the origins and history behind this rivalry, while also looking at the conflicts that defined Missouri's borders and identity before, during, and after the Civil War. This episode features a conversation with Joseph M. Beilein Jr. about his book, "Bushwhackers: Guerilla Warfare, Manhood, and the Household in Civil War Missouri," published by Kent State University Press. About the Guest: Joseph M. Beilein Jr. holds a PhD in History from the University of Missouri. Presently, he serves as an associate professor of history at Penn State-Erie, The Behrend College. He is the author of "Bushwhackers: Guerrilla Warfare, Manhood, and the Household in Civil War Missouri," editor of "William Gregg’s Civil War: The Battle to Shape the History of Guerrilla Warfare," and co-editor of "The Civil War Guerrilla: Unfolding the Black Flag in History, Memory, and Myth."

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 12.0: One Hundred Thirty Bins of Hate

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 106:11


This episode was recorded on a Zoom call with the UM Alumni Association Club of Greater San Francisco. Thank you to Jacqueline Miller and Tyler Tokarsky for having us. We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be furloughed SBNation writers right now. Proceeds from the "Those Who Stay Home" collection are going to support our front line workers at Michigan Medicine. Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, and FuegoBox 1. It's Over Postponed/What Now? starts at 1:00 Reaction to the Big Ten canceling fall sports, understanding the decision process (glad it wasn't us). It can be the right decision and they could still have gotten it wrong, if that makes sense. [The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump] 2. Basketball starts at 18:40 Picked up a few top 50 commits. This is a Beilein class, isn't it? 3. Q&A with the UM Club of Greater San Francisco starts at 38:53 This podcast was actually very visual: we did it on a Zoom call with the San Fran UM Club, who had some excellent questions and pirate question. 4. Hot Takes and Gimmicky Top Five Worst Ideas to Have a Football Season starts at 1:27:35 Hotter takes than an Iowa parent's letter to the Big Ten office. MUSIC: “It Was Over Before It Even Began”—Stephane Huguenin “Sympathy for the Devil”—Rolling Stones “It's Not Happening”—The Be Good Tanyas “Across 110th Street”

Beyond the Ball
Billy Beilein - Niagra County Community College Men's Head Coach - Episode 2

Beyond the Ball

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2020 45:45


In this episode Coach Billy Beilein from the Niagara County CC Thunderwolves joins Coach Klumpp and Coach Gerstung to talk hoops, life away from the court, the role his beautiful wife plays, and how being a transformational coach is starting to bring in some top level talent, from both Western NY and across the country. Coach Beilein has led this squad for over a decade and has always been intrigued by the next move, but has perspective in understanding all the blessings that he has experienced while staying rooted and building something where you are at. We hope you enjoy the conversation!! Twitter - https://twitter.com/niagaracccMBB (@niagaracccMBB) https://twitter.com/CoachB_Beilein (@CoachB_Beilein) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/niagarambb/ (https://www.instagram.com/niagarambb/) https://www.instagram.com/coachb_beilein/ (https://www.instagram.com/coachb_beilein/)

Three Guys Before The Game
John Beilein's Mountaineer Memories

Three Guys Before The Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2020 88:38


It’s been 13 years since John Beilein last walked the sideline as West Virginia University’s basketball coach. His last game ended with the Mountaineers hoisting the NIT championship trophy at midcourt of Madison Square Garden. In retrospect, Beilein’s last game could not have happened in a more fitting place. It was on that same chunk of hardwood that WVU became media darlings just two years earlier. The Mountaineers improbable run to the Big East 2005 title game served as a catalyst for an NCAA fantasy ride that ended heartbreakingly close to the Final Four. It was a special time in West Virginia’s basketball history. The coach that inherited the team with the most losses in school history had transformed them into must-see status. For the first time since his departure, John Beilein takes a deep dive into his days in Morgantown. He reveals his approach, philosophy, and provides detail into some of the most memorable games in school history. It’s an enjoyable look inside a very special era of West Virginia’s basketball history.

Big Drew & Jim
No NFL Hall of Fame Game, Beilein vs. Izzo Debate Continues, Optimistic Tigers Fans, & Ken Holland an Overrated Hall of Famer

Big Drew & Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2020 119:51


Big Drew and Jim “fly by the seat of their pants” today talking about the NFL cancelling its Hall of Fame game and continue the endless debate on John Beilein and Tom Izzo. Also, the guys discuss Tigers fans’ optimism on playing a shortened 2020 season and get into Ken Holland’s Hall of Fame nomination:- The NFL cancels this year’s Hall of Fame Game. Is it a sign of more cancellations to come?- John Beilein or Tom Izzo: Who should be the Big Ten “Coach of the Decade”?- Do Tigers fans feel anything can happen in a 60-game season?- Is Ken Holland an OVERRATED Hall of Famer? Did another Red Wings player get snubbed?In addition, the guys update the latest news on the noose found in Bubba Wallace’s garage stall and Seattle’s beloved arena getting a unique name change.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - June 12th - Full Show

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 135:57


In our first hour today, we were joined by University of Michigan Assistant Basketball Coach Saddi Washington. Saddi joined us to talk about what it's been like for him working with Head Coach Juwan through his first year of coaching at the University. He gave us some insight into difference in leadership styles between Howard and Beilein, what adjustments Saddi has had to make, and so much more when it comes to coaching college basketball. Bill and Saddi also had a great conversation about how this pandemic has affected things for him, and how this country can do better when it comes to justice and equality. We were then joined by Aaron McMann from mlive/Wolverine Confidential. Aaron gave us his take on whether Harbaugh is overrated or not. He gave us his reasoning as to why he doesn't side with Finebaum's statement from earlier in the week. Bill opened up the second hour of the show today with some college football conversation as a recent statement made earlier in the week from Paul Finebaum saying he believes Harbaugh is the “most overrated coach in college football.” Bill took a quick look at Harbaugh's resume since he's been at U-M, pros and cons, how he's been going up against OSU and more. Chris Balas joined us this hour to give us his take on Finebaum's recent statement. We then got a brief update from Matt Wenzel from mlive/Spartan Confidential regarding Mel Tucker, what the season could like like, as well as Matt's thoughts on Finebaum's statement. We were then joined by Frank Schwab to break down Roger Goodell's statement from earlier in the week. In our final hour we were joined by the Head Coach of MSU Basketball, Tom Izzo. Tom called in to update us on how he's been and what he's been up to during this off-time. He gave us a bit of insight into how what college basketball as a whole is doing, and when he and other coaches believe they will be getting back onto the court to get ready to play again. This, and much more with Coach Izzo. To wrap up the show, we were joined by Rick Barry to get his thoughts of how the NBA is handling coming back to play once the end of July gets here. Rick also told us about something cool he's doing to help out Veterans during this pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - June 12th - 3pm Hour

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2020 46:01


In our first hour today, we were joined by University of Michigan Assistant Basketball Coach Saddi Washington. Saddi joined us to talk about what it's been like for him working with Head Coach Juwan through his first year of coaching at the University. He gave us some insight into difference in leadership styles between Howard and Beilein, what adjustments Saddi has had to make, and so much more when it comes to coaching college basketball. Bill and Saddi also had a great conversation about how this pandemic has affected things for him, and how this country can do better when it comes to justice and equality. We were then joined by Aaron McMann from mlive/Wolverine Confidential. Aaron gave us his take on whether Harbaugh is overrated or not. He gave us his reasoning as to why he doesn't side with Finebaum's statement from earlier in the week.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - June 8th - Full Show

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 134:45


To open up the show today, we were joined by the Head Coach of MSU Basketball, Tom Izzo. Tom called in to update us on how he's been and what he's been up to during this off-time. He gave us a bit of insight into how what college basketball as a whole is doing, and when he and other coaches believe they will be getting back onto the court to get ready to play again. This, and much more with Coach Izzo. Also during this hour we played Roger Goodell's comments on the racial injustice in the league and across America. Bill broke that down and gave his opinion, and so much more. In our second hour, we were joined by JP Morosi to discuss the state of the MLB currently, as the owners have come back at the players with another offer. JP and Bill talked about whether they think the players will agree to this, what will happen if they don't accept, and the likelihood of some type of season happening. We were then joined by Rick Barry to get his thoughts of how the NBA is handling coming back to play once the end of July gets here. Rick also told us about something cool he's doing to help out Veterans during this pandemic. In our final hour today, we were joined by University of Michigan Assistant Basketball Coach Saddi Washington. Saddi joined us to talk about what it's been like for him working with Head Coach Juwan through his first year of coaching at the University. He gave us some insight into difference in leadership styles between Howard and Beilein, what adjustments Saddi has had to make, and so much more when it comes to coaching college basketball. Bill and Saddi also had a great conversation about how this pandemic has affected things for him, and how this country can do better when it comes to justice and equality. To wrap up the show today, we were joined by Frank Schwab to get his thoughts Goodell's statement from over the weekend, what's going on in the NFL right now and so much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

THE HUGE SHOW
The Huge Show - June 8th - 5pm Hour

THE HUGE SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2020 44:56


In our final hour today, we were joined by University of Michigan Assistant Basketball Coach Saddi Washington. Saddi joined us to talk about what it's been like for him working with Head Coach Juwan through his first year of coaching at the University. He gave us some insight into difference in leadership styles between Howard and Beilein, what adjustments Saddi has had to make, and so much more when it comes to coaching college basketball. Bill and Saddi also had a great conversation about how this pandemic has affected things for him, and how this country can do better when it comes to justice and equality. To wrap up the show today, we were joined by Frank Schwab to get his thoughts Goodell's statement from over the weekend, what's going on in the NFL right now and so much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

New Books Network
Tim Rooney, "John Beilein at Michigan: A Basketball Revival" (McFarland, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 10, 2020 47:18


When John Beilein arrived at University of Michigan in 2007, the once-proud men's basketball program was adrift after the fallout from a scandal and failing to reach the NCAA Tournament for nine straight seasons. Beilein slowly re-built the program on the foundation of a strong culture, which emphasized teamwork, integrity and discipline. During his twelve years in Ann Arbor, Beilein became the program's all-time winningest coach, reached two national championship games, won four Big Ten championships and produced eight NBA first-round draft picks. He left Michigan for the NBA in 2019 as the greatest coach in school history. In an age of ethical lapses throughout college basketball, Beilein succeeded without a hint of impropriety. As much a teacher as a coach, he consistently identified undervalued recruits, taught them his innovative offensive system and carefully developed them into better players--an approach to the game that drove his unprecedented rise from high school junior varsity coach to head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. In his new book John Beilein at Michigan: A Basketball Revival (McFarland, 2020), Tim Rooney examines his tenure at Michigan in detail for the first time. Paul Knepper is an attorney and writer who was born and raised in New York and currently resides in Austin. He used to cover basketball for Bleacher Report and his first book about the New York Knicks Teams of the 1990s is due out this year. You can reach Paul at paulknepper@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @paulieknep. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
The Ace Pod 2.3: On Another Ocean, wsg Stu Douglass

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2020 33:10


“That moment and that feeling, the hush of that crowd, that sticks with me most vividly, for sure.” I’m very excited to welcome Stu Douglass onto the show. The two-time Michigan basketball captain needs little introduction; he graduated in 2012 as the program’s all-time leader in games played and fifth in three-pointers made. Since his U-M career, he’s spent most of his professional basketball career in Israel, where he currently resides—a tricky situation at the moment that we discuss at length. This episode, as always, is brought to you by the law offices of E. Jason Blankenship, who may be socially distanced from the courthouse but is still taking on clients. You can find his new website here. SEGMENT ONE: RUNNING THE ISO IN ISRAEL We discuss Stu’s current contract situation in Israel, why he stayed when other Americans left for home, and what it’s like being isolated away from his home country. Stu discusses the challenges of staying in playing shape and how that could impact the restart of basketball in any league—there are major risks for players in moving too quickly but money will influence leagues to push it. Stu has some business plans and I probably should charge a commission if he takes my advice but we’re calling this one a freebie. We move into talking about his playing career in Israel, getting used to the country and style of basketball, sage advice he received early in his career, and the differences between Israeli ball (“half-assed sets and getting into a ball screen”), the NCAA/NBA, and other European leagues. SEGMENT TWO: We take it back to Stu’s playing career at Michigan, starting with a discussion of the 2011 MSU game and where it stands among his most memorable moments. There’s one in here that most of you will not guess. Stu reveals who Zack Novak was yelling at during the Aneurysm of Leadership—that answer also may surprise you, as it certainly surprised him. He also discusses the behind-the-scenes, business-like approach even the most clean-cut college coaches take in the NCAA. John Beilein called him soft in his first drill at Michigan. We talk Beilein’s departure from Michigan and whether it came as a surprise to him, how much he keeps up with the current team, and his thoughts on how fans perceive the early entry process versus the realities for the players.

The Michigan Man Podcast
The Michigan Man Podcast - Episode 554 - Beat writer James Hawkins joins me

The Michigan Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2020 34:40


Game Day: Beat writer James Hawkins joins me to discuss how the season ended and what everyone believes is a bright future for Juwan Howard and the program. Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com                              Email: themichiganmanpodcast.com                          

Slate Daily Feed
Hang Up: Will the NFL Move to a 17-Game Season?

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2020 70:06


Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin talk about the push for a 17-game NFL season and John Beilein’s short, tumultuous tenure with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Joseph Bien-Kahn also joins to discuss ultrarunner Jim Walmsley’s quest to qualify for the Olympic marathon. NFL (01:42): The pros and cons of a longer professional football season. Beilein (17:31): He was a great college basketball coach. How did it go so wrong in the NBA? Ultramarathon (33:30): Can the world’s best super-long-distance runner hang with the best for 26.2 miles? Afterballs (51:26): Stefan on Little Leagues and major-league nicknames and Josh on segregation at the Sugar Bowl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hang Up and Listen
Will the NFL Move to a 17-Game Season?

Hang Up and Listen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2020 70:06


Joel Anderson, Stefan Fatsis, and Josh Levin talk about the push for a 17-game NFL season and John Beilein’s short, tumultuous tenure with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Joseph Bien-Kahn also joins to discuss ultrarunner Jim Walmsley’s quest to qualify for the Olympic marathon. NFL (01:42): The pros and cons of a longer professional football season. Beilein (17:31): He was a great college basketball coach. How did it go so wrong in the NBA? Ultramarathon (33:30): Can the world’s best super-long-distance runner hang with the best for 26.2 miles? Afterballs (51:26): Stefan on Little Leagues and major-league nicknames and Josh on segregation at the Sugar Bowl. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Chase Down: A Cleveland Cavaliers Pod
Re-restarting the Rebuild

The Chase Down: A Cleveland Cavaliers Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2020 46:58


Justin Rowan and Carter Rodriguez discuss the Cavs 1-1 start to the Bickerstaff era. They also discuss the end of Beilein's tenure, some of the changes to the rotation, Collin Sexton's passing, Andre Drummond's minutes and more. This episode is brought to you by Bet Online dot AG. Use promo code BLUEWIRE to receive your 50% welcome bonus on your first deposit.

ShotTakes
All-Star Weekend Recap and the (non-Elam) Ending of the Beilein Era in Cleveland

ShotTakes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 73:24


The best All-Star Game ever? Was Aaron Gordon robbed—again? How did John Beilein even last this long as Cavs coach? Guess you'll have to tune in to find out the answers! (Wow, really should have used this promo device more in the past....)

Super Hoopers: An NBA podcast
Kyrie and Beilein Out! Thibs in?

Super Hoopers: An NBA podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2020 60:06


Jon is back from All Star and regales us with moderately interesting stories. Plus Kyrie is out for the season, Beilein is out forever, and more!•0:00-17:45 Jon out and about in All Star•17:45-23:30 Kyrie is on coke•23:30-28:45 Beilein Out•28:45-31:50 Knicks for Clicks•31:50-35:00 Most interesting team•35:00-43:20 Nickname game•43:20 – 48:40 Get @me, Dog: PJ Washington •48:40 – end Shout Outs and Beefs (Jeff Foxworthy, Random Team: Nuggets)Follow us on the Gram--https://www.instagram.com/thesuperhoopers/Like us on facebook:www.facebook.com/TheSuperHoopers/Rate us on iTunes:itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/super…d1053263719?mt=2Cop some Washed brand gear:www.teepublic.com/user/thesuperhoopers

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
WTKA Roundtable 2/20/2020: The Orc That You Hear

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2020 37:20


Things discussed: Rutgers is a terrible shooting team. They needed half a dozen ludicrous shots to get to inefficient. The Castleton'ing. IU: hard to judge because Indiana's coaching was so bad. If there's one school that ought to be firing their coach right away and hiring John Beilein, it's Indiana. Craig: Indiana game was their best of the season. IU's backcourt can't play man—whenever they tried something other than the high hedge X was killing them with they were running into each other. How far up is Michigan trending: top four? Brian sexy reads Jacob Young's stat line after the guy talked crap at X all night. Caller: What to do with Beilein? Cleveland/Dan Gilbert have a terrible culture. The Cavs are high schoolers who rejected an adult. Andre Drummond, nobody is picking up that player option. Beilein walked into moronic management. What did he do at Michigan: he was careful about picking players based on their personality. INCREDIBLE GOLLUM IMPERSONATION AT 29:00 Dantonio versus the Photo.

Bottom of the Net
Beilein & Elam

Bottom of the Net

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2020 43:53


We discuss the post-all-star weekend results, the firing of John Beilein, a few trades and more. RIP POP SMOKE Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisxBest twitter.com/_CoachTy Outro music provided by GAWD or Cron @ohmygawd-5 @nsgwk

Unscripted Ohio
CCEP16: Bye Bye Beilein

Unscripted Ohio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 34:47


WOW What a week, we discuss the obvious news and what it means. Plus what went wrong with this Cavs team? Plus our take on the All Star game.

PTI
Shedding Light

PTI

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 21:21


Frank Isola and Tony Kornheiser react to LeBron's comments on the Astros' scandal, Kyrie's latest injury and the Cavs' parting ways with Beilein.

Around the Horn
Keep It Going

Around the Horn

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 21:30


Tony Reali and the national panel discuss Manfred's latest comments, Baylor's win streak continues and Beilein out in Cleveland.

The Michigan Man Podcast
The Michigan Man Podcast - Episode 548 - Steve Lorenz from 247 Sports joins me

The Michigan Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 48:35


1) My Thoughts: Coach B's NBA ride could be over soon 2) Game Day: The class of 2019 is signed, sealed and delivered. Now it's time to focus on what could be a big time class for us in 2021. Steve Lorenz from 247 Sports joins us. 3) Quick Hits: Basketball, Hockey, Softball & Baseball News Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com                             Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com

Locked On NBA
Feb 19- Kyrie's hurt again, are buyouts fair?, and let's start the Elam endings now!

Locked On NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 36:03


John Karalis & Jake Madison run down a surprisingly busy news day including Kyrie's shoulder, Beilein out in Cleveland, & Bosh's HOF disappointment. Plus, are buyouts fair to the league, and why the WNBA needs to add the Elam ending now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman
116: A Potential John Beilein Return w/ Michael DeCourcy

Good N' Plenty w/ Jeff Goodman

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2020 60:42


Mike DeCourcy is a college hoops writer for Sporting News, studio analyst at Big Ten Network. Twitter: @tsnmike   8:21 John Beilein back to college?   23:07 What should the punishment be for some of the top coaches?   31:26 Transfer portal changes   43:54 Favorites to win it all   Available for download on iTunes and Stitcher on Tuesday, February 18th, 2020. Good 'N Plenty is powered by BetOnline.AG. Go to BetOnline.AG and use the promo code CLNS50 for a 50% bonus on your next deposit.

Hardwood Knocks
Cavs/Beilein, Top 5 PGs of the Decade, Warriors Trade Idea, Most Overrated NBA Player

Hardwood Knocks

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2020 31:00


Please subscribe to Hardwood Knocks and follow our YouTube channel. Also be sure to follow Dan (@danfavale) and Andy (@AndrewDBailey) on Twitter.Hardwood Knocks would like to thank its sponsor this week, BET ONLINE. Go to BetOnline.ag and enter promo code "BLUEWIRE" to receive a 50 percent Welcome Bonus on your first deposit.

Yahoo Sports College Podcast
Midnight Mel Tucker, Memphis Meltdown, Airplane Etiquette

Yahoo Sports College Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2020 53:20


With Dan Wetzel out this week on soccer dad duty, Pete Thamel and SI’s Pat Forde march on with a recap of the wild few days that led to Mel Tucker leaving Colorado and accepting the same position at Michigan State. (2:26) Who will the Buffs turn to? (11:05)Pat and Pete pivot from the gridiron to the hardwood as the latest reports signal former Michigan coach John Beilein and the Cleveland Cavaliers are parting ways. Which college teams would come running for Beilein's services? (18:00)Pete then walks us through his latest column eviscerating Penny Hardaway and the Memphis basketball program. Can the Tigers turn it around or are they doomed with NCAA sanctions on the way? Speaking of the NCAA, the Michael Avenatti trials found the former lawyer guilty of trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike. Why hasn't Phil Knight and company received the scrutiny Adidas has? (31:17)And on the heels of the viral controversy surrounding two Delta passengers squabbling over a reclined chair, Pat and Pete rule on proper plane etiquette... (45:44) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Locked On NBA
LOCKED ON NBA - All-Star Game Changes, Beilein Out and Rockets Additions

Locked On NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2020 25:10


Wes Goldberg and David Ramil discuss what worked about the All-Star Game changes, what's next for the Cavaliers if they fire John Beilein and if the Rockets were smart to double-down on their small-ball approach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Cavs - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Cavaliers
The end of the line for John Beilein - Locked on Cavs podcast - Feb. 17, 2020

Locked On Cavs - Daily Podcast On The Cleveland Cavaliers

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2020 60:25


On today's show: Chris and Evan are joined by The Checkdown's Jordan Zirm to talk about John Beilein's Cavs tenure coming to end at some point in the near future, how the team should handle the transition, what went wrong with the Beilein hire and a whole, whole bunch more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PTI
Keep That Same Energy

PTI

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2020 21:45


Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser discuss the NBA All Star game, the outcome of the Dunk Contest, the Cavaliers potentially parting ways with Beilein and much more.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 11.21: The Beilein Surge

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2020 94:27


Juwan Howard, play me more minutes, or I will destroy you! The Sponsors We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be writing for The Athletic if we're lucky. Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox and The Athletic 1. Hoops vs Indiana starts at 1:00 Archie Miller: great basketball coach! All those dunks and layups all come from sticking to this insane strategy of high hedging vs X, even after Michigan had 41 points because of it at halftime. Everyone except the centers had a 128+ and after Franz they're all in 140. IU's three-big lineup leads to Michigan going zone. That Davis guy went 9/9, with more than half of them garbage buckets. Brandon Johns is like a cornerback with closing speed: closing feet! 2. Hoops vs Northwestern starts at 26:21 When you can get Dikembe Mutumbo and World Wide Wes to Welsch-Ryan Arena, you have basketball pull. Leads to a discussion of bag, and hopefully NIL comes soon so it's moot. Chicago's Big Ten Team looked like they didn't care except that one backup center canning uncanny jumpers. Pete Nance looks so sad. Some Big Ten: Greatest Michigan State Floor Slap of all time: turned around a 6.4% win chance. What is there to love about PSU's offense? They don't turn the ball over? Iowa had a once in a generation collection and half of it got hurt; good news is they're all back next year. 3. Hot Takes and Hockey starts at 55:18 Best Michigan State coach in five years, tournament seeding. Accessible five-holes. Children of Yost showed out for the MSU series at Munn! A bunch of them got a photo with Izzo. 4. Baseball and the NonRevs starts at 1:17:43 Greatest week of non-revenue (and baseball) in recent Michigan history. Beat #1 Vandy and #3 ASU (we cherrypicked from polls) to start 3-0. Not going to have the pitching this year but very athletic outfield. WBB was climbing but got hit with a lot of injuries, including one to their star. Team goes where Naz, turnover battle goes. Men's tennis went on the road and was trucking people. Gymnastics is good: we need Jane for the gymnastics knowledge. Softball is 9-0, first-ever hit for a sophomore is a grand slam walk-off.   MUSIC: "Burn On—Major League Movie Theame"—Randy Newman "Repetition"—TV On the Radio "Wild Pack of Family Dogs"—House of Pain “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

The Michigan Man Podcast
The Michigan Man Podcast - Episode 547 - Orion Sang from The Detroit Free Press

The Michigan Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2020 28:56


1) My Thoughts: Livers is the X factor  2) Game Day: Beat writer Orion Sang from The Detroit Free Press says as of this minute we are on target to make the tournament. Stay tuned. 3) Quick Hits: The latest news from Hockey, Women's Hoops, Softball, and Baseball Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com                             Email: theimichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.com            

The Chase Down: A Cleveland Cavaliers Pod
Bone Slugs find Harmony

The Chase Down: A Cleveland Cavaliers Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2020 51:48


Carter Rodriguez makes his glorious return to the podcast. He and Justin Rowan discuss the Beilein blunder, the improved play of Darius Garland and Collin Sexton, as well as catch up discussing all things Cavs.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 11.17: A Noble Creature

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2020 87:57


If you come back for your senior year you might get to see Nana again. The Sponsors We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be writing for The Athletic if we're lucky. Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox and The Athletic 1. Hoops vs Minnesota starts at 1:00 Michigan's worst defensive game in a very long time. Teske got run by Cockburn, Williams, Garza, and Oturu—just not Tillman. Marcus Carr is finishing through Teske's chest in this game. Why aren't they doubling? Especially in this game? Other things: Wagner finding a groove, still can't muscle guys. He's not a 4: guy Livers should have been guarding can muscle a freshman Wagner. Eli has to hit his open threes or they need to let DDJ start. Juwan's stubbornly sticking to his rotation despite ample evidence at this point that Nunez can't be out there. 2. Hot Takes and Purdue starts at 27:02 Let C.J. cook! Trevion Williams puts up a career game, as one does. Teske made it difficult-ish on Williams, who had the game of his life. But if you're going to double off anyone it's the team with Aaron Wheeler and Nojel Eastern. Losing Haarms opens the door for Michigan to run their three-guard lineup, and Simpson goes 8/8 of two after that. Both teams were turning it over at first then it became a pretty good game. It looks like a Beilein team now. 3. Gimmicky Top Five: Most Terrifying Things in the Big Ten This Year starts at 45:34 Rutgers. Let the peacock fly! That joke this week man. I would like to see Michigan not give up career highs to every center they face. Is it fun or horrifying to cover a Big Ten this good? Ibi Watson is shooting 49% on threes. 4. Ace's Hockey Podcast starts at 1:12:50 Sweep of Notre Dame that felt like all the rest of their games this year except the result. Straus Mann is a good goalie (ND has one too)! Big Ten has one team that's talented, Wisconsin, and they're terrible on defense. Recruiting is better than basketball. MUSIC: "Tired of Being Along"—Al Green "Make a Change"—Durand Jones & The Indications "War is Coming (If You Want It)"–Car Seat Headrest “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Dunc'd On Basketball NBA Podcast
PHI/BOS; Beilein and Cavs Slug it Out, News, Games of the Month

Dunc'd On Basketball NBA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2020 37:35


We recap Philadelphia’s win over Boston, and discuss some of the advantages that have enabled Philly’s 3-0 record vs the Celtics this year.  Then a discussion of John Beilein’s film session gaffe, and the remaining key news heading into the weekend. Finally, we catch up on the Games of the Month and Dunks of the Month. Please subscribe by searching “Dunc’d On” on your favorite podcast player.  And if you like this pod and want additional bonus content, please subscribe to support Nate and Danny at Patreon.com/DuncanLeroux.  Merchandise available at NateDuncanNBA.com, sponsors list also available at NateDuncanNBA.com. With Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA and Danny Leroux @DannyLeroux).

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 11.16: Speaking of Mega-Loogies

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2020 128:51


It's really uncomfortable here under the bus, Ace. The Sponsors We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be writing for The Athletic if we're lucky. Our associate sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, FuegoBox and The Athletic 1. Hoops vs MSU starts at 1:00 Once Teske went out they went zone with Nunez. Breslin fouls on him nuked what was one of his best games. Still no answer for Cassius Winston—wish Michigan had just kept using the drop coverage and forced him to keep hitting his runner twos instead of hard hedges. When a Beilein roster shoots 5/23 from three on the road, it's a recipe. Johns so hesitant from deep after his early miss. Expected the Breslin, got the Breslin. Shout-out to Big Country who kept Michigan in this game with some cool finishes. Michigan doesn't know how to do enough gamesmanship (e.g. throw the ball at the ref's feet after a basket to prevent transitions off makes). 2. Basketball Outlook starts at 24:02 First tactical issue all year was MSU's breaks. Will have the best non-conf resume of tournament teams. Brooks is up, Johns has shown signs, and Castleton needs to Garza up. Rutgers is one spot behind Indiana! Ohio State looked ragged against West Virginia, and losing to Wisconsin at home is hooo. Don't be disappointed if this is a six seed. Can't make fun of Richard Pitino for now. Recruiting: Williams and Dickinson! Williams is JaeSean Tate/Kenny Goins late career/Iggy Brazdeikis-ish? Josh Christopher fills the NBA-level two-guard need that Michigan has way more than Greg Brown the 5-star who said he's taking a Michigan visit on his way to Kentucky or Memphis. Everyone thinks Christopher's going to end up at UCLA for…reasons. But Corey Evans moved his FutureCast to Michigan. Todd's a bigger recruiting get for showing what Juwan can get than what we'll get since he'll mostly develop after his one-and-done year. Get Chet! Would you take Beilein back right now? 3. The Citrus Bowl starts at 11:11:28 Both an excellent and bad summary of Shea Patterson's career, since the thing he was good at he was terrible at in this game: Deep ball accuracy! Giles Jackson looks fast when he's playing Alabama. Imagining the game if they don't throw that horseshit flag on Aidan Hutchinson, or if Bell doesn't step out of bounds, or if Alabama wasn't just so perfect on their throws. Hard to have takeaways about Chris Hinton because they didn't try him until the end. 4. Football Outlook starts at 1:35:14 Skill position looks very good, what do you have at quarterback? Blake Corum is the perfect addition to a running back room that adds Chris Evans too. OL seems fine—the guys leaving are probably getting passed by young'uns except for Ruiz. Most important guys on next year's team are Mazi Smith and Chris Hinton because DTs and QBs are the game these days. Outlook for the conference. MUSIC: "January Hymn"—The Decemberists "Pony"—Ginuwine "I've Been Searching"–O.V. Wright “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Game Theory Podcast
Knicks Fire Fizdale; Cavs' Revolt; Sleeper Draft Prospects

Game Theory Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2019 79:58


In this episode, I chat with Cole Zwicker about a variety of topics. First, the Knicks fire David Fizdale. Was it earned? What happens now? Then, the Cavaliers aren't happy with John Beilein. What happens next?  Then, we chat Vernon Carey, Paul Reed, Romeo Weems, Terrance Shannon Jr, Yves Pons, and Aaron Wiggins. 

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 11.14: I'm Here to Serve

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2019 98:04


Fair warning: this is 80% basketball. The Sponsors We can do this because people support us. You should support them! The show is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be all be very sad ex-Vox employees with “real” jobs. Our other sponsors are also key to all of this: HomeSure Lending, Peak Wealth Management, Ann Arbor Elder Law, the Residence Inn Ann Arbor Downtown, the University of Michigan Alumni Association, Michigan Law Grad, Human Element, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Perrin Brewing, and The Athletic -------------------------------------------- 1. The Game starts at 1:00 One of the most frustrating things about this Game is the guys making the mistakes were the upperclassmen who dominated in their roles all season. Why have a defense? Sad field goals? Ain't gonna fire Jim Harbaugh because he's going to keep putting out S&P+ top ten teams. Ain't gonna fire Don Brown because he's one of the best. Josh Gattis looks like a keeper. Jon Runyan survived against Jon Runyan. We're never going to beat Ohio State until the system changes. Pay the damn players already. 2. The Battle for Atlantis: ISU and UNC starts at 13:15 They should not play in this tournament again; surprised nobody got hurt when there's random water appearing all over the place. Are long twos good, because Michigan is forcing its opponents to take all of them. ISU: Wagner looks like another big out there, shot looks good. UNC: A beating, even with Michigan's two biggest stars fouling out with over 5 minutes left. Michigan's turnover-forced rate is terrible because they're forcing teams to dribble into two range then shoot. Also this was the Eli game (24 points on 16 shot equivalents). NBA thinking: if you have an isolation advantage go get it. 3. The Battle for Atlantis: Gonzaga starts at 36:55 House money until they get a five-point lead and then it's on. X has changed his shot so it gets out quicker and he's still making them. Changes the offense that he can go to the paint either way too. Multiple times this year we've been furious about turnovers and then they put up a graphic and Michigan's above average. Wish we had redshirted him so we could see what he'd develop next year. Tired Teske: logged a lot of minutes and still managed to play good defense. Wagner's length was a huge problem for the Zags. Also he's as expressive as his brother when he gets a bad call. Refs: Zaga was fine until the flagrant that wasn't. UNC was getting calls on flops; the one on DDJ when Cole Anthony jumped under him was atrocious. Brooks was 1 of 6 from two but they were decent late-clock shots and a runner. Best case scenario for this season was DDJ or Brooks is starter-caliber and they both are. Brooks: still acts like a role player, just his role is assassin. Haven't seen Juwan's team increase ORebs from Beilein, suspect the 2-3 zone was from Phil Martelli. 4. Hot Takes and the Big Ten. starts at 1:05:33 Going into the season it looked like MSU and the field. Michigan could beat Louisville and be #1 in the AP, not that rankings matter. Ohio State are also playing like contenders. Maryland is not. Purdue is too weird. In both of MSU's losses they doubled Winston until he gets the ball to Tillman and make him shoot outside. Rocket Watts: terrible start, Foster Loyer is unplayable. IU resurgence: not worried if their best player can be matched by Teske. Wisconsin is looking like what we thought Wisconsin would, and Reuvers is trying to do the Happ thing. Rutgers is a top 75 team; they're not good but they're not going to be the worst in the conference by far. Speaking of: Nebraska is abject. Northwestern too, but beat Providence. Louisville: terrifying on paper, blew out some barely top-100 teams. Juwan Howard: so… MUSIC: "If This Tour Doesn't Kill You, I Will"—PUP "NBA On NBC Theme" "Basketball"–Kurtis Blow “Space Jam Theme Song”—Quad City DJs

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WTKA Roundtable 11/7/2019: The Ivory Towers

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2019 35:56


Football things discussed: Bad OL we've faced warped our ideas of how good the defense holds up inside. Maryland had some good guards, managed to beat the DTs. Don Brown has warped our expectations for defense: aw man they got over 200 yards because of garbage time. Nico Collins has drawn 7 PIs this year, which is more than anyone in the country on a per throw basis because the leapy Kentucky guy whose quarterback is the source of the tagline. Michigan was pretty good at adjusting to Maryland trying their best not to get edged by having the backs cut back inside. Brian: backs haven't been leaving yards on the field. There's a line between rearranging the deck chairs and having some continuity. Hoops: Different reactions to getting up 30 and then it's 4. The Ivory Towers personnel: Castleton with Teske makes things very big. Brooks when he is shooting well is a starting two, still think Franz is going to be on the court when he's healthy. Craig argues this having not seen him play college yet—he's sold on Brooks at the two and Franz is at the three and Livers is at the four and Johns is on the bench. Doesn't like the Ivory Towers. State is good, until you get to the Keebler Elf. Gotta work inside-out, get something closer to Beilein's turnover rate.

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WTKA Roundtable 10/24/2019: Stop Trying to Cheer Me Up

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2019 37:08


Things discussed: The weird road game when there's lots of mistakes, and this is still that game despite this being the best game they played all year Harbaugh killed three drives in Penn State territory or near enough by not going for it on 4th and short The mugging: can't argue the refs were the difference in this game. Shea had a good day. Peoples-Jones's drop: two guys open crossing each other in the middle of the field, Patterson doesn't see it, then he rolls out and finds DPJ and the safety rakes it out—that's on Shea. Brian thinks Shea's performance was okay, not great. Yippee they ran bubble screens and it worked because they've been ignoring it. Regular screens: why hasn't one worked all year? It wasn't a pick if Charbonnet doesn't trip but it wasn't going to work. Sloppy play—they still can't handle tempo (which is bad this week). Sam: RPO illegal man downfield: correct call on Ruiz but PSU has a guy 8 yards downfield who breaks up Hawkins's interception attempt wasn't one. The push-off is 7 points or 4 if PSU gets back in range. The Collins thing! The mugging on 4th down! Need to have officials grading so it's left to people like Craig Ross to grade them. Notre Dame: Brian says go ask Seth. Ed says they've got those DEs. Ian Book's a good QB. They've been trying to find a running game. Michigan as they were in the 2nd half last week can beat them, but this is a solid opponent. Back to Shea: if he has this game in context of a decent season we're down on his PSU game. Brian: Stop trying to cheer me up and make me optimistic about stuff. It's not going to happen. It's not. It's a one-game season and we're going to get hammered in that game. Caller: on the ledge, because it's the same old problems every season. Brian: we were hoping Harbaugh would come in and be a top five coach, and we're not there—we're on James Franklin level. Isaiah Todd: The way Michigan stays as good as they were under Beilein is they recruit better.