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Best podcasts about Jon Teske

Latest podcast episodes about Jon Teske

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans
Blue By Ninety: Jon Teske chats with us about Michigan's upcoming NCAA Tournament appearance

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2022 65:54


Former Michigan Wolverines basketball player Jon Teske joins today's edition of Blue By Ninety to talk about life in the G League and a wild 10-day contract with the Memphis Grizzlies. He shares stories from his time in Ann Arbor and what he thinks about this team's chances in the NCAA Tournament. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen
Defend the Block 63 - Isaiah Barnes & Jon Teske

Michigan Football – In the Trenches with Jon Jansen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 38:47


We resume our introductory interviews with incoming men's basketball freshmen by welcoming Isaiah Barnes to the podcast. Barnes discusses his first stint in Ann Arbor during summer classes (6:00), his unique recruiting process and why it ended with choosing Michigan (10:30), and the key aspects of his game (15:15). Then, Brian catches up with former Wolverine center Jon Teske, who updates fans on his quest to reach the NBA (22:00), discusses the abrupt ending to his Michigan career (28:15), and reflects on some of his favorite memories in the Maize and Blue (32:40).See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 12.23: Mad Preemptively

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2021 72:20


1 hour and 13 minutes. Don’t forget: Next Saturday is our Roast of John U Bacon 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 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, and introducing the Raw Power app for iOS by Gentleman Coders. 1. A Tribute to Louis Nix, and Indiana starts at 1:00 We pay tribute to the life of one of our favorite players from a rival. Used the same gameplan as Iowa because why not. Hunter Dickinson: one of the best offensive big men but also one of the best defensive big men? Player of the Year? Franz also playing out of his mind. IU made some weird decisions. Was the first half clunky? [The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump] 2. Iowa starts at 23:51 We kind of talked about Iowa in the last segment but this is the real Iowa talk because HOLY COY. Remember when Garza went mano-a-mano with Jon Teske and scored 44 points? Yeah, Dickinson shut THAT guy down. Also Brandon Johns and Austin Davis did too while Franz took over the game. Most impressive win this year? 3. Around the Big Ten, WBB, Hockey, and a Softball Note starts at 39:58 Illinois can win out but needs MSU to beat Michigan twice. Also Ayo-less Illinois almost let Wisconsin come back and end it. Thank you MSU for doing that to them. Also: MSU—what the heck, beating Illinois and Ohio State? They went to a hack-a-thon against Illinois and dared the refs to call a foul on literally everything. OSU has a point about the officiating but also: LOL. Hockey gets a Red Tie, where they pepper their goalie (and crossbar) with shots and nothing goes in and the other team gets a stupid weird bounce. WBB also frustrating—note that we recorded this before the Maryland game was rescheduled for March 4. Meghan Beubien K-thon. 4. Raw Takes and Football Recruiting starts at 58:18 Will Johnson Hello! What this means for the in-state class and some other big targets that Johnson talks to. We also run quickly through the boards that I have a handle on (IE not LB, DL, or OL) and the shadow effect of recruiting 5-star quarterbacks in the class before. MUSIC: "I’d Fly Away"—Al Green “Mr. Big Stuff"—Jean Knight “Stupid Dreams"—Born Ruffians “Across 110th Street”

“The life of an Ex-Athlete”
1 on 1 with NBA Prospect Jon Teske

“The life of an Ex-Athlete”

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2020 33:47


This Episode we sit down with Jon Teske an NBA Prospect who is close to making his dreams come true. We talk about growing up in medina, Ohio. why he chose to Commit to the Michigan University as a sophomore in high school. Becoming  7'1"  and his experience playing at Michigan University. Finally we talk about his training process, his thoughts on the draft process & Playing at the Next Level.  Thank you for listen Subscribe, Comment, Share.  Follow him (IG) @jonteske15 Jon Teske is a Michigan University Alumni  here are just a few of the accolades he acquired during his 4 years 129 games played at Michigan University, Two time Big Ten Tournament champion, Played in a national Title game in 2018, 5th all time (MU) in blocks with 165, UM Team Caption (2019-2020), Battle 4 Atlantis Most Valuable Player (2020), All-tournament Team (2020), Senior year states (Under Juwan Howard)  11.6pts, 6.7 rebs, 1.8 blocks per game, 7’1 265lbs from Medina, Ohio --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingtif/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kingtif/support

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick
Episode 20 - Michigan Season and Recruiting Class Review

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2020 71:45


Tim McCormick and Sam Webb assess season one of the Juwan Howard era, reflect upon the careers of Zavier Simpson and Jon Teske, discuss the transfers of Colin Castleton and Dave DeJulius, and the pro outlooks for Isaiah Livers and Franz Wagner, The duo also projects the impact of each member of the 2020 recruiting class and discusses how the new G-League option being utilized by former commitment Isaiah Todd will change college basketball and NBA moving forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Michigan Insider
Episode 20 - Michigan Season and Recruiting Class Review

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2020 71:45


Tim McCormick and Sam Webb assess season one of the Juwan Howard era, reflect upon the careers of Zavier Simpson and Jon Teske, discuss the transfers of Colin Castleton and Dave DeJulius, and the pro outlooks for Isaiah Livers and Franz Wagner, The duo also projects the impact of each member of the 2020 recruiting class and discusses how the new G-League option being utilized by former commitment Isaiah Todd will change college basketball and NBA moving forward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Great Lakes Divide
Season 2, Episode 55 - Sports In the Time of Coronavirus; Big Ten, NCAA Tournaments cancelled

Great Lakes Divide

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2020 72:05


What a time to be alive. Ryan and Tom reflect upon the unprecedented, abrupt end to the 2019-20 NCAA Basketball season - as the Coronavirus pandemic forces the cancellation of the Big Ten Tournament and March Madness entirely. Tom relays observations from his trip to Indianapolis, and the surreal scene that unfolded in real time. Ryan puts the entire episode into historical perspective, comparing it to the world standing still after 9/11. Final thoughts on the season that was, and the seniors who will be moving on - including Zavier Simpson and Jon Teske for Michigan, as well as Kyle Ahrens, Conner George, and Cassius Winston for Michigan State. Societal, economic, and cultural impacts of these decisions send a ripple effect through the entire American ethos. What happens next? When will it all end? The guys discuss.

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick
Episode 19 with Saddi Washington

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2020 55:09


Tim McCormick interviews Michigan assistant Saddi Washington about his four years in Ann Arbor, the development of Austin Davis and Jon Teske, and more. Plus Tim breaks down U-M'swin over Nebraska and loss to Maryland with Sam Webb. Plus discussion of a possible breakthrough in Jon Teske's postgame, Dave DeJulius' career-best performance, and previewing the Big 10 Tournament. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Michigan Insider
Episode 19 with Saddi Washington

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2020 55:09


Tim McCormick interviews Michigan assistant Saddi Washington about his four years in Ann Arbor, the development of Austin Davis and Jon Teske, and more. Plus Tim breaks down U-M'swin over Nebraska and loss to Maryland with Sam Webb. Plus discussion of a possible breakthrough in Jon Teske's postgame, Dave DeJulius' career-best performance, and previewing the Big 10 Tournament. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast
MGoPodcast 11.24: Scrub City

MGoBlog: The MGoPodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2020 100:41


"Nunez is killing us" –Mark Turgeon 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 Maryland starts at 1:00 Why is scrub city always so good against Michigan? Part of it of course is they needed to guard Jalen Smith at the arc and that creates space for the other guys. Nothing Michigan can do about Cowan hitting those shots: the guards contested but they're shorter. Michigan hasn't shot above 30% for six games: Eli and Livers are 0/8 from three, meanwhile the guys the scouting report says to let them shoot are 6/8. Maryland looks good: cut to the sideline and (former Michigan assistant) DeAndre Haynes is calling all the shots. Franz! D.J. Carstenson gets to litigate another ripped jersey, after X hits a free throw, which means he fouls out halfway through his free throws and Teske has to take the 2nd. [The rest of the writeup and the player after The Jump] 2. Hoops vs Nebrasketball and Women's Hoops starts at 23:23 Somehow their PG has had three difference suspensions in the last five games. Sloppyball: Nebraska had 22 turnovers. More good from Bajema. Women vs. Nebraska: KBA autobenches Naz after two fouls, and she gets no more fouls as Michigan comes back in the second half. Hayley Brown, Michigan's stretch five, hit a huge three-pointer at the end. Not a lot of upsets: Michigan's 7/2 win over Northwestern might move them up off the 8/9 line, which should get them out of playing a 1 seed on their home court. 3. Juwan's First Year: The Feels starts at 41:33 There was a point in the season we were going to win the national title and an upset over Louisville away from being the #1 team in the country, and there was a point where we thought we were going to fall out of the playoffs. Went too far to making Jon Teske a paint guy and lost his pick and roll efficiency. Eli and Big Country earned roles on next year's team. DDJ became a much better defender and looks like a potential breakout guy next year. Livers slumped after his third (ankle) injury, trying to make things happen when he's the guy who needs to let the game come to him—going to be awesome as a complementary piece next year. Their two-point % despite not having a rim guy tells you how well they've been running stuff. Next year: Todd is a 7-foot Franz Wagner, more sticks than Sticks, Hunter Dickinson is huge, and you know what you're getting from Austin Davis. Will Castleton develop? Long-term: program could be Villanova. 4. Hockey starts at 1:20:53 Smack dab on the NCAA bubble after a pair of 3-0 wins over MSU in the BTT. Beating Ohio State basically locks up a bid, and losing makes them 40% or less to get an at-large. RPI margins are razor-thin: 11th to 17th are all basically tied. Wish we had another year of Hayhurst after he blew up in the 2nd half of the season. Mann > Hunwick? Brian: You guys might be right, but I'll never admit it.   MUSIC: "Groundhog Day"—Primus "Motion Sickness"—Phoebe Bridgers "The Mystery Zone"—Spoon “Across 110th Street” THE USUAL LINKS: Helpful iTunes subscribe link General podcast feed link What's with the theme music?

Big Drew & Jim
Michigan’s Senior Night, Christian Wood Bandwagon, Al Michaels Trade Rumors, More Tua Rumors, Tigers Hitting Dingers, & Doubting MSU Hoops

Big Drew & Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2020 135:20


Big Drew and Jim discuss Zavier Simpson and Jon Teske’s legacy at Michigan and debate about hopping on the Christian Wood bandwagon. Also, the guys talk about recent trade rumors involving Al Michaels and rumors regarding Tua Tagovailoa. Lastly, the Tigers are bopping a lot of homers in Spring Training:- What’s the legacy of Zavier Simpson and Jon Teske at Michigan?- Who’s jumping on Christian Wood bandwagon with Jim?- There’s a trade rumor swirling involving…..Al Michaels? Does this intrigue you?- The Redskins officially weigh in on the Tua Tagovailoa rumors. Are they bluffing?- The Tigers Spring Training hype train is officially underway! Are you buying into it?- Who’s doubting MSU more: Michigan or MSU fans?In addition, the guys talk all things MSU basketball and sprinkle in some MSU football with Lansing State Journal’s Graham Couch.

The Michigan Insider
Austin Davis to return and other news

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2020 44:11


In a news-related episode, we spend the bulk of the episode discussing Wednesday's announcement confirming that redshirt junior center Austin Davis would return to Michigan for his fifth season — becoming the first Wolverine to do so since Jordan Morgan in 2013-14. We break down the rationale behind the decision, how unlikely it seemed, how much Davis has improved, what he could bring in his fifth season and more. We also look at Michigan's scholarship situation, and how Davis' news might impact that. Finally, we close with brief discussions on a few news items that came up this week, looking at Zavier Simpson and Jon Teske's senior night and their legacies and the recent staff changes involving Joe Bolden and Mike DeBord. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick

Tim McCormick interviews Michigan center Austin Davis, and breaks down U-M's recent losses to Wisconsin and Ohio State with Sam Webb. Plus discussion of Isaiah Livers' struggles, further assessment of Jon Teske's post game, and previewing this week's matchups versus Nebraska and Maryland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wolverine Confidential
HEADLINES: Michigan's winningest senior class

Wolverine Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2020 5:55


Zavier Simpson and Jon Teske will be honored before Thursday's game for senior day. Shea Patterson nearly pursued a fifth college season. Michigan hockey legend Red Berenson's life in retirement.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Michigan Insider
Episode 18 with Austin Davis

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 4, 2020 60:13


Tim McCormick interviews Michigan center Austin Davis, and breaks down U-M's recent losses to Wisconsin and Ohio State with Sam Webb. Plus discussion of Isaiah Livers' struggles, further assessment of Jon Teske's post game, and previewing this week’s matchups versus Nebraska and Maryland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans
Concern level after Michigan Basketball's two-game losing streak, is there a lineup (or minutes) change to make?

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2020 33:52


Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss the Michigan Basketball losses to Wisconsin and Ohio State and take a closer look at the recent struggles, including the three-point defense and Jon Teske's continued slump. Below is a link to the KenPom article we discussed later in the show. https://www.maizenbrew.com/2019/10/23/20928669/kenpom-explained-what-it-means-michigan-basketball-ranking Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Moving Screen
Previewing the final week of the regular season

The Moving Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2020 62:55


Brendan and Dylan react to another exciting weekend of Big Ten hoops. The conversation ranges from Michigan's loss at Ohio State to Michigan State's win at Maryland before setting the stage for the final weekend of the regular season.Timestamps:(02:06) Michigan (Isaiah Livers, 3-point defense, Jon Teske)(26:25) Michigan State (Rocket Watts, Malik Hall, ceiling)(45:01) Big Ten Race/Bubble

The Michigan Insider
Is Michigan basketball back on track?

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2020 27:09


Taking a look at the Michigan basketball team, we break down the Wolverines’ win over Michigan State, and what it means moving forward. First, we look at what some of the keys to Michigan’s win. We dissect improved defense from Franz Wagner, Eli Brooks and the entire team, how far the Wolverines’ bench has come, the positive impact on the stat sheet and beyond that Isaiah Livers’ return to the lineup can bring. We also look at some schematic changes, and the team’s energy in the surprising win. We then break down what the Wolverines’ final eight games look like, and where Michigan still needs to improve to come out on top. Among the areas discussed include consistent shooting, more offensive production from Jon Teske, more reliable showings from the Wolverines’ sophomore class and furthering some recent trends. We then close by looking at Michigan’s bracketology breakdown, and other notes to watch in Michigan’s pursuit of the NCAA Tournament. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Moving Screen
Michigan vs Michigan State Part II — Official preview pod

The Moving Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2020 61:40


The rematch is here. Michigan and Michigan State are set to face off at the Crisler Center on Saturday afternoon. Brendan and Dylan sat down for an hour to discuss the state of both programs, the last matchup and what will impact Saturday's rematch.The conversation includes:- Brandon Johns Jr.'s growth since January- Is there any way for Michigan to slow down Cassius Winston?- What's going on with Jon Teske and Xavier Tillman?- Zavier Simpson's performance is everything for U-M- Picks and technical foul over/unders

The Michigan Insider
Michigan basketball check-in

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2020 35:42


Checking in on the No. 19 Michigan basketball team, we look at some of the key topics surrounding the Wolverines’ recent double-overtime win over Purdue. We look at a potential change to the starting lineup, what the pros and cons are about Michigan’s “three-guard” lineup, why it worked against the Boilermakers and how it should be used moving forward. We also take a look at a growing concern of opposing big men racking up points on the Wolverines in the wake of Travion Williams’ 26-point, 20-rebound effort. We discuss the pros and cons of Michigan sending help in the post for Jon Teske, and look at what the Wolverines’ strategy should be heading to Minnesota. We also break down other key issues surrounding the team, including Michigan’s road woes and a daunting schedule ahead. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Great Lakes Divide
Season 2, Episode 31 - INTERVIEW: Author Ed Sherman, 'This Is B1G'; RECAP: UM at Illinois BKB

Great Lakes Divide

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2019 41:39


Ryan and Tom discuss the all-encompassing book “This Is B1G,” detailing the entire history of the Big Ten Conference in stories and pictures, with author Ed Sherman. The former Chicago Tribune sportswriter and editor details his research in compiling the book, including a focus on the Michigan-Michigan State and Michigan-Ohio State rivalries, as well as ground-breaking innovations by commissioner Jim Delany and others in setting the tone nationally with projects like the Big Ten Network. Also, a full recap of #5 Michigan’s 71-62 loss in Champaign against Illinois on Wednesday night - as Kofi Cockburn gave Jon Teske and the Wolverines fits, en route to a dominant 19-point, 10-rebound performance. Plus a look ahead at Saturday’s basketball action for both Michigan State, at Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit against Oakland University, and Michigan taking on #10 Oregon at Crisler Center.

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick
Episode 4 with Michigan center Jon Teske

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 55:56


Tim McCormick interviews Wolverine big man Jon Teske about the evolution of his game in Ann Arbor, how Juwan Howard is helping his development, growing up an Ohio State fan, and more. Plus, Tim and host Sam Webb discuss the differences between Juwan Howard and John Beilein in practice and in how they deal with players, how Franz Wagner's return will change the rotation, and preview the Battle for Atlantis.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Michigan Insider
Episode 4 with Michigan center Jon Teske

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2019 55:56


Tim McCormick interviews Wolverine big man Jon Teske about the evolution of his game in Ann Arbor, how Juwan Howard is helping his development, growing up an Ohio State fan, and more. Plus, Tim and host Sam Webb discuss the differences between Juwan Howard and John Beilein in practice and in how they deal with players, how Franz Wagner's return will change the rotation, and preview the Battle for Atlantis.    Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick
Episode 3 with Milwaukee Bucks forward DJ Wilson

The Michigan Basketball Insider with Tim McCormick

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2019 53:45


Tim McCormick interviews former Wolverine and 2017 Milwaukee Bucks 1st round draft pick DJ Wilson about his career in Ann Arbor, the growth of his game, and playing on a championship contender with Giannis Antetokounmpo. Plus, Tim and host Sam Webb reflect upon Michigan's victories over Creighton and Elon, highlighting the in-game adjustments made by Juwan Howard, the defensive philosophy he brought with him from the Miami Heat, the evolution of Jon Teske, and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Michigan Insider
Episode 3 with Milwaukee Bucks forward DJ Wilson

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2019 53:45


Tim McCormick interviews former Wolverine and 2017 Milwaukee Bucks 1st round draft pick DJ Wilson about his career in Ann Arbor, the growth of his game, and playing on a championship contender with Giannis Antetokounmpo. Plus, Tim and host Sam Webb reflect upon Michigan's victories over Creighton and Elon, highlighting the in-game adjustments made by Juwan Howard, the defensive philosophy he brought with him from the Miami Heat, the evolution of Jon Teske, and more.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans
Juwan Howard debut reaction: The good, bad and ugly from Michigan's season opener vs. App State

Maize n Brew: for Michigan Wolverines fans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2019 27:20


Anthony Broome discusses Juwan Howard's debut as the head coach of Michigan basketball in a 79-71 win over Appalachian State at Crisler. Hear from Howard after the victory and what led to a 30-point lead nearly evaporating in the second half, as well as why more is expected from Zavier Simpson and Isaiah Livers and hats off to a pair of standout performances from Jon Teske and Eli Brooks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Moving Screen
Debating the Big Ten’s top 25 players

The Moving Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2019 55:25


We debate the Big Ten's top 25 players list that ran on UM Hoops and Inside the Hall throughout the week. Brendan provides an outside perspective on the list and shares his opinions and disagreements. We hit on where Michigan and Michigan State players are ranked and who might be under and overvalued by year's end. Key players discussed include: Anthony Cowan, Kaleb Wesson, Nojel Eastern, Jon Teske, Giorgi Bezhanishvili, Nate Reuvers, Franz Wagner and more.

The Moving Screen
A summer pod on Juwan Howard with the media, and MSU observations from Moneyball

The Moving Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2019 71:32


We are back with a second try after Brendan forgot to record our Monday pod. This week's episode focuses on Juwan Howard's first meeting with reporters since his introductory press conference followed by thoughts on Michigan State players at Moneyball. (1:47) Meeting Juwan Howard. His relationship with the media and his reluctance to discuss playing style. Thoughts on Isaiah Livers, Brandon Johns and Jon Teske and what's next for them under Howard. (43:03) MSU Impressions from Moneyball. Breaking down Gabe Brown, Marcus Bingham, and Julius Marble at Moneyball. Michigan State's endless flexibility at power forward. How to balance Joshua Langford versus an Aaron Henry breakout year. Is there such thing as over-utilizing Cassius Winston?

March Madness 365 with Andy Katz
Michigan's Juwan Howard and Oregon's Dana Altman

March Madness 365 with Andy Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2019 31:06


Juwan Howard is a Michigan alum and the new Michigan basketball Head Coach. He speaks about returning to his alma mater to replace John Beilein, how the opportunity came to pass, putting together his coaching staff, the culture he hopes to instill at Michigan, and his first impressions of Zavier Simpson, Jon Teske, and Isaiah Livers. Then Oregon Head Coach Dana Altman checks in to talk recruiting calendar changes, evaluating grad transfers, what he expects from returners Francis Okoro and Payton Pritchard, and the effect that Oregon's Sweet 16 run had on his players' (Bol Bol, Kenny Wooten, and Louis King) decisions to leave for the NBA.

The Michigan Insider
Podcast 03-26-19 (Des Moines NCAA Tournament recap, previewing Michigan's Sweet Sixteen matchup)

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2019 50:33


For the second week in a row, our podcast is centered entirely on basketball. We open by reflecting on Michigan’s weekend in Des Moines, looking at Des Moines as a host city, how the Wolverines fared in blowout wins over Montana and Florida and what some our lasting impressions of the weekend were. Included are looks into Charles Matthews, Jon Teske, Zavier Simpson and Isaiah Livers’ progress. Then, we turn the page to Michigan’s Sweet Sixteen trip to Anaheim, where the Wolverines will face the nation’s No. 1 defense in Texas Tech. We dissect how the Red Raiders’ defense is so good, what Michigan can do to get around it, other things Texas Tech brings to the table and what the biggest thing the Wolverines can do to help their chances is. We also discuss what Michigan needs to accomplish as a team to get out of Anaheim unscathed and make it to the Final Four, while taking a look at the state of the Wolverines after the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament. Finally, we look at the rest of the NCAA Tournament, previewing the Sweet Sixteen at large and other matchups we’re excited for. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Moving Screen
Ep 18: Storylines galore as mega-matchup looms

The Moving Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2019 72:35


Michigan State had a great week, but lost another starter to an injury. We make sense of what Nick Ward's injury means for the Spartans over the next few weeks.Michigan bounced back from a bad loss at Penn State with a comfortable home win over Maryland. The conversation focuses on Jon Teske and Jordan Poole ahead of a Thursday night game at Minnesota.(01:35) What does Nick Ward's injury mean for Michigan State?(15:11) Michigan beats Maryland, what to make of Jon Teske and Jordan Poole?(29:58) Big Ten Power Rankings

The Moving Screen
Ep 16: Two rivals approaching make-or-break time

The Moving Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2019 71:11


Michigan picked up a big win over Wisconsin on Saturday afternoon. We break down the performance and discuss the importance of Charles Matthews, Jon Teske and Isaiah Livers.Brendan drove straight to East Lansing to watch Michigan State blow out Minnesota. We recap that bounceback win but spend more time previewing Tuesday night's showdown in Madison.Timestamps:(2:22) U-M revenge vs. Wisconsin and thoughts on Teske, Matthews and Livers(28:38) How does Michigan State match up with Wisconsin?(47:45) Big Ten Power Rankings: Michigan back at No. 1.

The Daily Northwestern Podcasts
The Daily Bounce: Michigan Recap, “Who am I?”, Steve Pikiell's New Year's Eve

The Daily Northwestern Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2019 26:37


The Daily Bounce is back and better than ever as we bring you another week in Northwestern basketball. On the first segment of today's show, we recap the Wildcats' Law-less defeat to the maize and blue, with some hot takes about Jon Teske. After the break, we play a NEW game with a surprise loser (starts at 9:35), and we preview a matchup with Rutgers (starts at 17:30) while leaking an inside scoop about their head coach Steve Pikiell. Host: Charlie Goldsmith Guests: Peter Warren, Andrew Golden Producer: Ryan Wangman

Highway to Hail
The Rhonda Faehn saga, and the basketball team continues to roll

Highway to Hail

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2019 30:07


The Daily recaps the weekend that was in Michigan sports, including a chat with Anna Marcus, the Daily writer who broke the Ronda Faehn hiring, and Laney Byler. Then, Theo Mackie and Jacob Shames join to talk about Jon Teske maybe being a monstar.

The Michigan Insider
Podcast 12-11-18 (Basketball success, Harbaugh staying, Daxton Hill)

The Michigan Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2018 62:05


The podcast begins with recruiting, including discussion surrounding the Michigan football team’s loss of five-star safety commitment Daxton Hill to Alabama. We break down how it happened, what Michigan’s reaction was, and where the Wolverines go with Hill and others from here. During the talk, we also take a look at Michigan’s 2019 recruiting class just over a week before the December signing period. Following the recruiting discussion, we dissect Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh’s decision to take a hard stance against NFL head-coaching rumors tied to him, and what ind of impact that has for recruits and the team. We also take a moment to look at the impact of Urban Meyer’s retirement. Then, we turn our attention to the No. 5 Michigan basketball team, who is off to the fourth 10-0 start in school history and is seen by some metrics as the top team in the country. We break down Ignas Brazdeikis’ star power, Jon Teske and Isaiah Livers’ growth, the Wolverines’ team defense and more, while also looking at a few areas where Michigan can improve in order to sustain its success. We briefly break down our early thoughts of the Big Ten as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Champions of the West
We Are a Basketball School and We Will (Mostly) Ignore Football

Champions of the West

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2018 33:24


In this episode, we discuss Nick and Sean's experience attending Michigan's game in Columbus (1:00), evaluating whether Michigan's season was a success (4:15), recap Michigan's win over North Carolina (10:00), our love for Iggy (11:30), the leap for Jordan Poole and Jon Teske (14:15), Michigan's schedule for the end of the 2018 year (18:30), free throws at the end of close games (20:30), Michigan's depth (24:00) and predict the two games against Northwestern (28:30), and Sean teases our Shea Patterson news (31:00).

Champions of the West
Our Michigan 2018-19 Basketball Preview

Champions of the West

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2018 47:26


In this episode we preview the full Michigan basketball team. We start with point guard battle between Zavier Simpson and two guys chasing him (1:30), move to shooting guard to discuss the fearless Jordan Poole (5:45), discuss the Charles Matthews island small forward spot (11:00), Isaiah Livers, Brandon Johns and Ignas Brazdeikis battling for power forward minutes (14:45), Josh’s lovefest for Colin Castleton and monster Jon Teske at center (23:15), Sean's prop bets for the upcoming season including Big Ten wins, players declaring for the NBA Draft, first team All-Big Ten predictions, Brazdeikis' scoring average and NCAA Tournament predictions (31:00).