The Sponsors We want to thank Underground Printing for starting this and making it possible—stop by and pick up some gear, check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, Matt Demorest - Realtor and Lender, Human Element, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, Winewood Organics, and SignalWire where we recorded this. Featured Musician: MYNA The Video: [After THE JUMP: The saidening.] --------------------- 1. Nebraska Preview: Offense starts at the top They finally found something that feels Nebraskan: option offense with a walk-on quarterback. Still haven't found an offensive line, a passing game, or success against a real defense. 2. Nebraska Preview: Defense starts around 12:15 Their 3-3-5 is interesting, their personnel is not so much. Getting much better play out of a couple of DTs from last year, which is a major development. Will Michigan play into their strengths? 3. Seth's Hockey Preview starts around 12:45 Alex has to stick around this time so we can dive into what the hockey team looks like without any Hughes. 4. Rutgers After Review starts around 12:30 They respected Rutgers. Linebackers are doing well but still haven't seen a major passing team. Stewart isn't passing Harrell. Rod Moore was in a lot more than we realized. About the Featured Musician: MYNA This year we are partnering with The Blind Pig for bumper music, since that's where I've seen most of the bands I've been pushing anyways. Ann Arbor's own MYNA (Spotify) is an Indian-American R&B singer songwriter on the Metro Detroit scene, and a previous winner of the Motown Musician Accelerator Program. Her sound changed in 2020 to more of a personal gospel. She will be performing at the Neutral Zone's 25th Anniversary Concert on Oct. 7th in Ann Arbor. Song choices: "Lemon Tree (Yellow)" "Feel" "Gemini" Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
Rob and Ryan watched and break down Season 2, Episode 19 of the Big Bang Theory: The Dead Hooker Juxtaposition!**GIVE US A 5 STAR REVIEW ON APPLE PODCASTS AND BE ENTERED IN TO WIN A $100 GIFT CARD TO AMAZON! BETTER LISTEN TO THE EPISODE FOR DETAILS! Click the link below!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/theoretical-nonsense-the-big-bang-theory-watch-a/id1623079414Don't forget to check out Rebecca's brisket video! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmZcfiSINyk00:00:00 - Intro, emails, and reviews00:25:15 - Recap Begins00:40:07 - The Horror01:02:18 - Pish Posh vs Schucks01:04:09 - Dolby vs DTS audio01:21:22 - Queen Bees01:31:42 - Green Lantern weaknesses01:46:24 - Slut ShamingFind us everywhere at: https://linktr.ee/theoreticalnonsense~~*CLICK THE LINK TO SEE OUR IQ POINT HISTORY TOO! *~~-------------------------------------------------Welcome to Theoretical Nonsense! If you're looking for a Big Bang Theory rewatch podcast blended with How Stuff Works, this is the podcast for you! Hang out with Rob and Ryan where they watch each episode of The Big Bang Theory and break it down scene by scene, and fact by fact, and no spoilers! Ever wonder if the random information Sheldon says is true? We do the research and find out! Is curry a natural laxative, what's the story behind going postal, are fish night lights real? Watch the show with us every other week and join in on the discussion! Email us at email@example.com and we'll read your letter to us on the show! Even if it's bad! :) Music by Alex Grohl. Find official podcast on Apple, Stitcher, and Spotify https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/theoretical-nonsense-the-big-bang-theory-watch-a/id1623079414
Dr. Weaver records a podcast from Buenos Aires, Argentina with Sergio Martinez, the Director of Palabra da Vida, and Dr. Williams Trigueros the Director of Dallas Theological Seminary en Espanol. Dr. Weaver and Williams were in Argentina to be keynote speakers at a conference held at Palabra da Vida in cooperation with DTS Espanol. In their conversation, they discuss the theological needs of Argentina and the part that Palabra da Vida and DTS Espanol are doing to meet those needs.
Things Discussed: BGSU: The interceptions! Brian says he was wrong and Seth/Devin/Butt/Everyone else was right that Barner drifted too far back. Was that on Barner or the design? Barner, also Barnhart getting beat and JJ didn't put it where he wanted to. Second INT: Johnson has to run his route even if Wilson was the right read. Third INT: Shoot your shot! Sam/Craig/Program disagree. BGSU: The run game. We love Henderson's reach. He seems to be comfortable. Guess is Barnhart/Zinter is their best combination on the right side and that means they go with the next left tackle, who is Henderson. BGSU: The defense. Nobody wants any part of these DTs—third straight opponent throwing most of their offense in the recycling bin because they can't block inside. Graham is the best. Jenkins is a star. Grant is a freak. Don't sleep on Benny. Goode had a good game. We even like Trey Pierce. Rutgers: They have a real defense. Michigan is going to take them seriously. Their offense need not be. Gene Smith goes to Congress. Real talk: The Congressional Black Caucus was going to craft federal legislation because the states were all going with different rules, but anything other than that is just grandstanding. The reason the NCAA is there is to see if they can grasp something they don't deserve and nobody wants them to have from the fact that half of Washington is for sale, but what they don't realize is they are too toxic for anyone but Ted Cruz to take their money. MSU? They should try to get a guy who's not in a job this year and get him to start recruiting because they're headed for a Year Zero. The upshot of being Transfer U is those guys can't transfer again. Mel Tucker is getting paid off because if they don't there's going to be Discovery.
Special Guest Greg Harden was Michigan football's in-house sports therapist and "secret weapon" for a generation. He put his message down in a book. The Sponsors We are broadcasting live before a retail audience at Underground Printing's downtown store on Main Street—stop by and pick up some gear, check them out at ugpmichiganapparel.com, or check out our selection of shirts on the MGoBlogStore.com. And let's not forget our associate sponsors: Peak Wealth Management, Matt Demorest - Realtor and Lender, Human Element, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M, SignalWire where we recorded this, and Winewood Organics. Featured Musician: Jesse Clayton The Video: [After THE JUMP: The saidening.] --------------------- 1 and 2. Bowling Green Preview starts at the top and at 16:27 Alex is not impressed, except we would take Hilaire. Biggest concern is they dink-dink-dink down the field and get a couple of good catches from Hilaire or their Washington transfer. Defensively they're climbing out of a huge hole—Steve Morrison is on hand and has installed something like the 1990s Michigan defense, but they do not have the players yet, especially at boundary safety. 3. UNLV After Review starts at 27:52 Seth likes all the DTs and Derrick Moore. JJ McCarthy is incredible. What's up with the running game? Don't get it unless there's something off-field with Trente Jones, and Henderson is picking up a new offense. Barnhart is whiffing on linebackers. Hinton isn't made for stretch, although he didn't have 7 pass pro minuses this week. You can see why they want him to become Runyan Jr. but he's got a long way to go. 4. Greg Harden starts at 12:45 Stay Sane in an Insane World: How to Control the Controllables and Thrive is the collected wisdom of sports therapy's icon, the man who worked with Tom Brady, Michael Phelps, Desmond Howard, Charles Woodson, and hundreds more elite athletes. He spent over 30 years at Michigan, and now in his later years he put this book together to make sure his message lives on. Preview: About the Featured Musician: Jesse Clayton This year we are partnering with The Blind Pig for bumper music, since that's where I've seen most of the bands I've been pushing anyways. Jesse Clayton is a Michigan artist, member of legendary Ann Arbor band The Macpodz, and a hometown favorite who's since made it big as a music industry professional, from touring with members of Frank Zappa's band to scoring films. He'll be performing Future Gods on September 26th at the Blind Pig. I've been writing to Iridescence this week. Song choices: "Future Gods" "Iridescence" (used two different parts) Also because Across 110th Street will get our Youtubes taken now now, the opener and outro: “The Employee is Not Afraid”—Bear vs. Shark “Ruska Vodka”—Motorboat
Today we talk about many concepts that I cannot spell as well as Jim Talks abut DTS and He is trying to figure out the best way to study Greek. A Super fun show do not miss it!
Dr. Jonathan Murphy, Department Chair and Professor of Pastoral Ministries at Dallas Theological Seminary discusses principles of influence from the life of Barnabas. This conversation focuses on the contents of his book entitled Authentic Influencer: The Barnabas Way of Shaping Lives for Jesus.
Adventures abound as we head to Los Angeles to chat with Noelle Scaggs, Founder and President of Diversify The Stage and multi-platinum recording artist and co-front person of Fitz and The Tantrums – indie pop and neo soul band with hits like “Out of My League” and “The Walker.” Noelle walks us through the inception of Diversify The Stage (DTS), and its mission of creating more equal and equitable opportunities among aspiring live music industry professionals from marginalized communities and backgrounds. We discuss steps that companies and venues can take to be intentional in diversifying their own business and staff, and how DTS utilizes a combination of masterclasses, mentorship placements, and apprenticeships to not only help create opportunities but also set up for the future by engaging young people and introducing them to industry careers. We also chat about the current state of the music industry and the mix of challenges, trends, and innovations that artists are presently navigating. Noelle talks about some of her favorite venues, such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Denver) and the 9:30 Club (Washington, D.C.), and what makes those and other venues special from the artist's perspective. When Noelle isn't performing, writing, or working on DTS, she enjoys traveling and spending time with her dogs – including a travel and food website she manages called Adventures with Scaggs. Sit back and enjoy this interesting, informative episode which includes great perspective, wonderful advice, and some fun stories.Noelle Scaggs: InstagramDiversify The Stage: Facebook | Instagram | LinkedInFitz and The Tantrums: Facebook | Twitter/X | Instagram
Dr. Weaver and nine additional Bible scholars and theologians critique Dr. Al Mohler's recent interview with Dr. Daniel Hummel about his recently released book "The Rise and Fall of Dispensationalism."
2 hour and 15 minutes 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. Our associate sponsors are: Peak Wealth Management, HomeSure Lending, Ann Arbor Elder Law, Michigan Law Grad, The Phil Klein Insurance Group, Venue by 4M where we recorded this, and The Nose Bleeds, which is the Sklars Bros' reboot of Cheap Seats on UFC Fight Pass. EVENT NOTE: We're hosting a tailgate with the Sklars at Venue before the UNLV game for anyone who has a ticket to see them perform live at the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase that night. Venue will have the noon games on, and provide an a la carte tailgate spread, food truck with four beers on tap, and bar. Tickets will be on sale soon at the Comedy Showcase--stay tuned. 1. Offense vs ECU Starts at 1:00 Michigan football has returned! The red hat guy chased Brian out of the stadium at the end of this game. ECU kicked The Sad Field Goal to keep their scoring streak alive. Train made all the right people upset so bravo for that. Initial results are that JJ McCarthy has made The Leap and has taken the training wheels off (and also has the ability to “extend the neutral zone”). Are teams going to continue to stuff the run and ask JJ to beat them, especially if he says “ok”? Running dive five times in a row just to get Donovan Edwards a touchdown probably wasn't necessary. The play action approach in this game was much better than last year. Myles Hinton probably isn't going to be the starting tackle once the starting line is set, Trente Jones came in and immediately started moving people. Barnhart at left tackle seemed a lot more smooth. It was an excellent day for the receivers. Roman Wilson doesn't block like Ronnie Bell but can get over the top of a safety playing 11 yards off the line. AJ Barner's blocking wasn't encouraging, Bredeson is probably the second blocking tight end. Is Colston Loveland so good that he's just boring now? [The rest of the writeup and the player after THE JUMP] 2. Defense vs ECU Starts at 42:32 Michigan rotated five DTs and five DEs and there seemed to be no drop-off. Hausmann looked really good, he'll be a dude. You could also move him at either middle or weak side linebacker. The secondary was missing Will Johnson and Rod Moore, Josh Wallace looked really good. The Almost Interception was a great play and an encouraging sign for the season. Sabb looked competent out there, ECU isn't going to stress safeties much though. The way Derrick Moore moves around the field, you have to imagine he'll break out eventually. Kenneth Grant - OH LAWD HE COMIN. Josiah Stewart is looking like a fairly one-dimensional passing down kind of guy. 3. Hot Takes and Special Teams Starts at 1:05:57 Tommy Doman has a cannon of a leg, so punting is back in a good place. His kickoffs were also bombs. James Turner had a really weird game at kicking. Missed an extra point and a long field goal but made the best field goal of his career. We did not see Alex Orji returning punts, sadly. Jake Thaw as a punt returner didn't look comfortable at first. Plenty of opportunities this season to field punts, at least. Nice to see Michigan notice a defense that's aggressive at stopping the run and airing it out sooner, rather than waiting a couple quarters. Keep an eye on Kalel Mullings as the season goes on. The scoreboards are bigger but the replay part of the scoreboards are not. Do we need to keep cycling what 7:30pm games are on that night? Officiating was… kind. That targeting on JJ was egregious, it was exactly the kind of hit the game is trying to get rid of. 4. Around the Big Ten with Jamie Mac Starts at 1:33:48 Ohio State - 23 Indiana - 3 Ohio State really couldn't do much against the Indiana defense… Egbuka and Harrison combined for 34 yards. This is not going to be the #1 offense in the country in SP+. They're still getting stuffed on 3rd down. Indiana had a great defensive game plan but couldn't do a thing on offense. McCord does not look comfortable being aggressive throwing downfield. Michigan State - 31 Central Michigan - 7 We probably didn't learn much about the Michigan State defense because Central Michigan has a freshman QB who can't do much. Noah Kim had an awful first quarter performance. This was too much of a fight against a bottom half MAC team. Alante Brown was knocked out of the game and went back in later - it was a Shane Morris incident again. Illinois - 30 Toledo - 28 Toledo held a lead for most of this game because Illinois couldn't get out of their own way. 90 yards of penalties in the first half but they got a pick six in the second half. Iowa - 24 Utah State - 13 Did not meet the 25 points required to save Brian Ferentz's career. Cade McNamara resumes his role as a game manager, but they scored on their first two drives. Couldn't do much more after that. Penn State - 38 West Virginia - 15 Drew Allar's first start went very well against a defense that's not supposed to be very good, but an encouraging sign for Penn State. Penn State running game was okay. West Virginia could possibly be really bad? Penn State missed two field goals. Minnesota - 13 Nebraska - 10 You can take Scott Frost out of the state but you can't take the Scott Frost out of the football program. Nebraska had a 94% chance to win this late into the game. Minnesota could not run the ball at all. Nebraska threw three picks, losing in the most Nebraska way possible. Maryland - 38 Towson - 6 Moving on! Wisconsin - 38 Buffalo - 17 Wisconsin has moved to an air raid passing offense and put up 300 yards of rushing between their two backs. Air raid not fully installed yet. Tanner Mordecai was 24/31 for 189 yards and two interceptions. Braelon Allen had 7 catches for 25 yards. Mo Linguist is Buffalo's head coach so they have a good secondary. Purdue - 35 Fresno State - 39 Purdue is going to take some time to rebuild, it's year zero. Despite just playing Purdue last year, we don't recognize any of their receivers. Get Donovan Edwards to this game and let him feast. Northwestern - 7 Rutgers - 24 Nope! MUSIC: “Love T.K.O.”— Teddy Pendergrass “Potions”— Day Wave “Chosen to Deserve”— Wednesday “Across 110th Street”