In the first 6 games we've established we are a good football team. In the next six we'll see if we can make the leap from good to great. Joining us today is Editor John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine
Meet Ella, Isabella, Ting-Yu, Joyce and Mia, all freshmen at UMICH SMTD who are pursuing flute as something important in their life. And they want to spend time hearing what I have to say. OK!! I love that! And I appreciate and value their dreams. Go Blue Flutes!
Winning at Madison was long overdue. Now we stay on the road for a prime time night game in Lincoln. Right now, they are a better team than Wisconsin. Their defense is top 10 statistically in several categories. Their offense seems to have put it together and is loaded with talent. It could be a cliffhanger. With me today is the radio play by play voice of Nebraska Football, Greg Sharpe
Beating Wisconsin in Madison was impressive. Now we head to Lincoln for a Saturday night battle with The Huskers. Memorial Stadium will be a nut house. With us today is beat writer Michael Cohen from The Detroit Free Press.
This week we meet Hockey Fan, Sonja Hall, from Maine. Sonja is a physical therapist assistant that moonlights as a freelance makeup artist and an aspiring fashion influencer. She comes from a family of big University of Maine Hockey fans, who all have matching black bear plates! Go Blue! Show notes and full transcript available at https://www.iwokeupawesome.com/blog. Enjoy this episode and want to buy me a cup of coffee? https://www.buymeacoffee.com/pl8story
Greg Schiano has Rutgers off to their first 3-0 start since 2012. My guest today says they are a very improved team, but they haven't played anyone the caliber of Michigan yet. With us on our Visitors Edition today is beat writer James Kratch from The Newark Star Ledger and NJ Advance Media
My guest today says there is no pressure on Northern Illinois this week in the Big House. They are a program that welcomes the challenge. With us today is the radio play by play voice of Huskies football Bill Baker
My guest today says don't be concerned with the passing game just yet. Winning is the goal, and beating your opponent into submission with 52 running plays is very impressive. Chris Balas from The Wolverine.com is with us this week
Do you think Washington is as bad as they looked in that shocking loss to Montana last week? I don't, and neither does my guest today. With me is the radio play by play voice of Huskies Football Tony Castricone
Let's Take It From The Top with Jaye Alexander! We begin another series of LTIFTT, this time focusing on all things COLLEGE! Over the next 4 weeks, we will hear from 4 amazing artists who attended 4 of the top college Musical Theatre programs in the country. We begin with Jaye, who attended The University of Michigan! We cover everything from the college audition process to senior showcase, so get ready to learn a lot and enjoy this episode with Jaye. Let's Connect!Connect with Halle!Instagram @letstakeitfromthetop & @hallemastroberardinoEmail firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Jaye!Instagram @jaye.xanderSpotify Check out The University of Michigan Musical Theatre ProgramWebsiteU of M InstagramUofM Musical Theatre Instagram
Michigan starts the 2021 season by hosting Western Michigan, a MAC team with a high-powered offense. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
My guest today says just forget about last year. He believes this Michigan team will play with a chip on their shoulder. Radio play by play voice Jim Brandstatter joins me to preview the opener with Western Michigan
We go game by game to pick W's and L's for the Michigan Football team. You may be surprised by our differentiating opinions as we head into the season. Let's just say you will like one season prediction better than the other. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
My guest today is more optimistic than most media covering Michigan Football. He thinks 8 wins are likely, but 10 is very attainable. Lontime Editor John Borton from The Wolverine Magazine is my guest on this weeks Game Day segment
The Michigan football program is entering what could be a do-or-die season for head coach Jim Harbaugh. Do the Wolverines have the weapons they need on offense to have a successful season?Tony Gerdeman and Tom Orr of BuckeyeScoop.com are turning the popular Michigan Monday column into a podcast this fall, and present the premiere episode looking at the Wolverines' offense.- Is Cade McNamara the answer at quarterback?- Is Donovan Edwards going to be ready to contribute immediately?- Do the Wolverines have enough playmakers at wide receiver and tight end to keep the chains moving?- Can the offensive line stay healthy enough this fall to avoid concerns about depth?All that and more in this episode of Michigan Monday.
Will Michigan start more than one quarterback? Will the Wolverines win more than eight games? We take a look at some questions heading into the season. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
Once again, Michigan has no shortage of potential playmakers across the board this fall. Revisiting a conversation we've had year after year, we discuss Michigan's ability to develop talent and find a way to execute at a level high enough to win big football games. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
Jordan Acker was a University of Michigan alum and lawyer working hard and raising a family when he went through a health scare that landed him in the UM hospital system. That experience made him realize just how important the university was to the state -- which led him to ultimately running for the Board of Regents to help govern it. When he won in 2018, he became the first Regent to graduate from the university in this century. Since taking office, he's helped raise the minimum wage, expanded free college to thousands of Michiganders, made it easier for employees to unionize, and changed sexual assault reporting standards for the first time since 1996. Learn more then follow Jordan on Twitter at @JordanAckerMI And remember - if you have questions or comments, give us a call at 833-244-5382 and you might appear on our 50th episode in a couple weeks! Produced by Dear Media.
1) My thoughts: Don't get caught up in either the hype or negativity surrounding this season 2) Game Day: Nick Baumgardner from The Athletic drops by with a candid look at this years team. 3) Quick Hits: No injury news to report out of camp
Joe's oldest has decided to be a Gopher! Go BLUE!!! Simone Biles topic is touch as more info came out. We find out who should be in charge of sealing bill envelopes... if you are still writing checks in 2021, that is. Just an all around fun show with your favorite crew!
Michigan certainly isn't the best team in the Big Ten East (that's Ohio State), but are the Wolverines even second or third at this point? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
In Season 2 Episode 7 Mike welcomes his two favorite nephews (and also friends), Jack and Nolan Tate, into the podcast studio for a gripping and hard hitting conversation on friendship, food, activities, occupational dreams, bicycle riding, and answering the immortal question: Go Blue or Go Green? Follow the podcast on Twitter: @friendsofmikedEmail the podcast at email@example.comKey moments from the pod: 0:30: Mike welcomes listeners to S2E7.2:00: Mike then owns up to some corrections from past episodes, including S2E2 (the Zach Williams episode) and S2E6.5 (the Point Fiver featuring John Baker). Note that John and his lovely wife Gina's trusty dog Jimmy flagged one of these mistakes. Thanks again, Jimmy.5:00: Mike then gives the listeners an updated on what's going on with him, which involves Season 2 of his favorite show from 2020 dropping recently (Ted Lasso).6:30: In honor of this episode's guests (the Tate brothers) Mike takes the listeners through his top 5 favorite songs to listen to when he was little. These are five classic jams, folks.16:40: Mike welcomes Jack and Nolan Tate, aka the Tate brothers aka his nephews, to the podcast.17:30: Jack and Nolan come clean to the listeners on their ages and then break down some of the other members of their family, including confirming the rumors that they have two Uncle Mikes.18:40: The Tate brothers then discuss the name of their hometown and some of the cool features about their house, including the number of beds in Jack's room.19:40: The boys then discuss some of Jack and Nolan's favorite activities during the summer, and how they are expert campers.20:30: Jack and Nolan talk about some of their oldest and most intense friendships, including some of their favorite shared activities. Toads: you may not want to listen to this segment.21:50: Mike then takes the boys through one of his favorite Christmas traditions with them, playing with the Tate brothers' toys. The Tate brothers then talk about some of their favorite toys to play with.22:40: The boys then talk about some of their favorite foods, and the extreme cooking prowess of their dad Rob and (especially) their mom Colleen.23:55: Jack asks to go to the park.24:00: The Tate boys debate whose bike is faster between them.24:30: Favorite TV programs are discussed and they center on garbage trucks.24:55: The Tate boys commit to future occupations.25:15: The podcast ends with the Tate boys voting on the immortal question: Go Blue or Go Green?
After a brief hiatus because of an incredible wedding, the Go Blue Crew is back to talk all things Michigan Football following Big Ten Media Days. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
College athletes can now profit off of their name, image and likeness, otherwise known as NIL. What does this mean for the future of college sports? Plus, a small programming note. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
1) My Thoughts: Let's enjoy our almost normal summer. We are less than a month away from the start of fall practice 2) Game Day: WolverinesWire Isaiah Hole joins us to discuss the Dr Anderson situation, and share some early thoughts on the upcoming football season 3) Quick Hits: Next month we are back to weekly programming as we begin our season previews Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
It looks like the College Football Playoff will expand in the next few years, giving hope to teams like Michigan that haven't made it yet. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
As details continue to surface regarding former University of Michigan team doctor Robert Anderson, we take time to talk about what it all means for the legacy of Bo Schembechler. How quickly will Michigan act when it comes to separating itself from the iconic coach moving forward? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
Hunter Dickinson still has plenty of time to withdraw his name from the NBA draft if he wants to. What will he do, and what are the pros/cons of both possibilities? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wolverinesounds/support
1) My Thoughts: June should be a huge recruiting period for us 2) Game Day: Angelique Chengelis from The Detroit News says year 7 under Jim Harbaugh should be one of high expectations, but it is not as of now 3) Quick Hits: We'll be back in two weeks with a recruiting update show Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com.
Graduation 2021 held some challenges. Our producers asked our graduating students some parting questions and they had some wonderful and insightful answers and advice. Let's hear from Jordan Smith, Specialist in Flute Performance. Masters grad Ali Dettmer and Seniors Esther Kim and Dani Kim. Here are the questions and then you'll hear everyone's answer. What were some of the highlights and struggles during your time? What were some of your favorite pieces that you performed (solo/chamber/large ensemble) What were some of your most memorable moments? What did you enjoy most about Professor Porter's studio? Do you have any special or funny studio memories? What's next for you? Any advice they have for the incoming students about the studio, the University? --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amy-porter9/support
Highlights: “It’s clear that the MAGA dominated side of the GOP is stronger than ever while the neocon establishment wing of the party is literally collapsing right before our very eyes.”“The special election was just the latest indication that Texas has no plans of turning blue or even purple anytime soon. The fact of the matter is that Texas has become more red in 2020 than it did in 2016.”“Romney saw the deplorables rise up against him and in effect call him out as no different from the Democratic Party that he was cozying up to over these last couple of years.”“What we’re seeing play out here over the weekend is a battle for dominance between the two wings of the Republican Party… It is an important distinction to make between what we called the populist right party and a populist light party.”Timestamps: [01:47] On Texas special election that ended up shutting out the Democrats[04:46] Mitt Romney getting booed by the patriot-base of the Republican Party in Utah[07:11] Romney’s problem that was his own making[08:53] The battle for dominance between the populist right and populist light party Resources: Listen to Andy Walker’s Interview here: https://turley-talks.simplecast.com/episodes/ep-462-be-a-patriot-no-experience-necessary-interview-with-andy-walkerEvaluate your cybersecurity today with Graybeard Security! Book your personal security analysis by using the Dark Web Scanner for FREE at turleytalks.graybeardsecurity.ioGet Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeThank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to LIKE Dr. Steve Turley’s Facebook Page and sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts.
1) My Thoughts: A program reminder that next month we begin our summer schedule of two shows a month until August 2) Game Day: Football beat writer Aaron McMann from MLive stops by with his thoughts on the NFL draft 3) Quick Hits: Softball and baseball news Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) My Thoughts: Congratulations to Women's Gymnastics 2) Game Day: Wolverine Magazine Editor John Borton thinks fans have lowered their expectations for this fall 3) Quick Hits: The latest baseball and softball news Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com
1) My Thoughts: Spring football is important, but fall is when we learn how well spring practice really went. 2) Game Day: My guest today says Michigan's young staff of recruiters is aggressive. Will they bring in a top 10 class though? Steve Lorenz from 247 Sports pays us a visit this week 3) Quick Hits: Softball and baseball news Website: www.themiciganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) My Thoughts: It's not your typical April on the U of M scene 2) Game Day: Orion Sang joins me with his thoughts on what's next for Michigan hoops, and his low expectations for Jim Harbaugh's team this fall 3) Quick Hits: The latest news on the Michigan athletic scene Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com
1) My Thoughts - Franz didn't lose the game..it was a team effort. 2) Game Day - Basketball radio play by play voice Brian Boesch says Michigan picked a bad night to have a bad night 3) Quick Hits - Football season ticket renewals are now underway. The only question remains how many fans will be allowed in the stadium?
The Quarantings crew breaks down the breakup. After cooking on the ridiculous idolization of celebrity relationships, they reach the important questions: Should Quavo have repossessed the Benz? Should you repossess your hoodie?? What should become of an engagement ring??? Lume and Kristen both spill on their messiest breakups and debate some nasty hypotheticals. When you find what you wish you wouldn't find on bae's phone... how do you execute the separation? What would you do if you had to separate during a family vacation: play it cool, or cause a scene? Don't worry, it doesn't end with the breakup (It never does, does it). Texting the ex; yay or nay? Though Kristen can't fathom why you'd want to... Can exes stay friends? Is everyone just hoping to stunt on each other? QQH: A new Quarantings Youtube page! Some hilarious fan comments re: sex faces, tinder match percentages, & pity hookups. Lastly, an update on March Madness/bracket challenge (Go Blue).
Jenna is joined by current Head Coach of Duke Softball, Michigan All-American, and one of the best pitchers in Big Ten history, Marissa Young! They talk about building a new program from scratch, becoming the first black female head coach in Duke history, setting goals that matter, the ACC landscape, hyping up her players and staff, the “crazy” pitching mindset, and more.
FRESHMEN UPDATES! We'll hear how they've been adapting to hybrid learning; what courses they're taking this semester and what they took their first semester; What pieces are they're learning right now (solo, chamber, ensemble); What they hope to learn; What some of their favorite experiences are so far. They talk about their journals and what they include in them and they have advice to give to aspiring flute majors that want to go to school for music, but are hesitant due to the pandemic, afraid they won't get the experiences they've been hoping to get. Also meet my new Doctoral assistant to the UMICH flute studio. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/amy-porter9/support
1) My Thoughts: Isn't it great to have March Madness back? 2) Game Day: My guest today says Livers injury changes the dynamics of this team. Beat writer Ethan Sears from UMHoops.com shares his thoughts with me on today's show 3) Quick Hits: Kim Barnes Arico and the women start the NCAA tourney as a 6 seed Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Only a tiny number of programs can claim to be true college football royalty. But what makes a team one of the sport's real Blue Bloods, and which supposedly big-time Big Ten teams are really just pretenders? Brett Ciancia of PickSixPreviews.com has run an annual poll of more than 100,000 college football fans to find out which programs have truly stood the test of time to be the best of the best. He joins host Tom Orr to discuss which of the Big Ten's four historical powers are in the discussion, which ones make the cut, and which one surprisingly didn't.Plus, it isn't just your imagination: this Buckeye spring football season really is filled with incredibly fascinating storylines. Brett shares why he's more intrigued by Ohio State's spring game than any other in the nation. And what does it take to produce the most accurate preseason football book in the nation for close to a decade? Brett explains what he's already doing to get ready for this year's issue of Pick Six Previews.
1) My Thoughts: The loss to Illinois was disappointing, but there is no time to dwell on it. 2) Game Day: Michigan radio PBP voice Brian Boesch says everything this team wants is still on the table 3) Quick Hits: Spring football, Women's hoops, hockey and softball updates Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: email@example.com.
With spring football starting across the nation, it's a perfect time to take a way-too-early look at some crazy things that could happen across the nation during this fall's college football season.Buckeye Scoop's Tony Gerdeman joins host Tom Orr to run through some bold predictions for the 2021 season. Just how bad could things get in Ann Arbor for Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines?Is Penn State about to get off to another slow start? Is this the year Oklahoma finally breaks through? Which SEC team is likely to get blown out early and still be in the College Football Playoff conversation? All that and more gets discussed.
1) My thoughts: It was a great weekend in 3 ways against Ohio State 2) Game Day: Beat writer James Hawkins from The Detroit News says at this time next week we could be on the brink of clinching a B10 title 3) Quick Hits: Softball and Baseball are back in action Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org