What impact will the three (potential) Ole Miss transfers to Michigan have on next season? Steve breaks down the film and skillsets of Shea Patterson, Van Jefferson, and Deontay Anderson. Michael Spath talks Michigan football and Steve gives a hoops update.
Steve Deace breaks down the Wolverines’ latest loss to Ohio State and where the program stands headed into a pivotal offseason. Michael Spath from WTKA Ann Arbor joins the show to provide his perspective on what happened this season and what reasonable expectations should be headed into the next season.
With the odds against the Wolverines this weekend, Steve Deace breaks down the top 5 most improbable wins Michigan has had in The Game in the modern era. Michael Spath from WTKA Ann Arbor guests as he breaks down last week’s game and looks ahead to Ohio.
Steve Deace discusses where Michigan stands as a program with two more key, marquee games left in the season. Michael Spath from WTKA Ann Arbor breaks down where the team is headed and previews the Wisconsin game.
Steve Deace breaks down why, finally, that was the exact game that Michigan needed to have at the right time. Michael Spath from WTKA in Ann Arbor helps break down the game and what expectations should be like for this team moving forward. Also, is Brandon Peters the future? All that and much more on this week’s Michigan Podcast.
Steve Deace explains why, despite actual data and stuff saying otherwise, Michigan has absolutely no chance against the universe’s best college football team, Penn State. Also, Penn State is going to win by a whole lot, and reasons why Michigan shouldn’t even bother showing up. All that and much, much more on this week’s Michigan Is Going to Lose Podcast.
After a tough loss yet again to Sparty, the Michigan Football program is legitimately at a crossroads. Steve examines the two directions he believes this program could go. Also, the top five questions that need to be answered. Is Jim Harbaugh good enough to get us to a championship? Steve’s weekly Top 25 and B1G power rankings — all that and more on this week’s Michigan Podcast.
This week’s Michigan Podcast takes a deep dive in to the quarterback situation for the Wolverines, as Wilton Speight will not be starting against Sparty. Steve has 3 questions about O’Korn that should be answered by the end of the week. Also, legendary Michigan Quarterback John Wangler joins the show to share from his experience quarterbacking his ’81 team to a Rose Bowl victory.
Steve Deace offers up some incredible stats about the Wolverines’ performance in the second half of games this season, and how that was no different on Saturday against Purdue. John Borton from The Wolverine guests and goes in-depth on the blooming NCAA Basketball scandals in addition to analysis of Michigan’s quarterback situation. Steve’s Top 25 and B1G power rankings join the listener question and a 50/50 split on the poll of the week.
Michigan's RZ numbers are horrible. Terrible. Awful. But with the players we have, it's only a matter of time till they come back up. Bill Bender from Sporting News takes a look at the Big Ten as we enter conference play. An update on B1G Power Rankings and Steve's Top 25 and Heisman Ballot. Plus, this week's listener question takes a look at the future of Wilton Speight at Michigan's QB.
Steve Deace takes a look back at Michigan’s dominant win over Florida. Michael Spath from WTKA Ann Arbor guests. Steve gives his B1G Power Rankings AND his Top 25 teams nationally after one week of play.
Steve shares what he believes are the top storylines coming out of fall camp. David Waters of the Gators Breakdown podcast joins the show to preview Michigan – Florida. Plus, Michigan Podcast Trivia, a look at your prediction on how Saturday ends up, and much much more.
Fall practice has hunkered down and game week is still another week away, so this edition of Michigan Podcast takes a look at the top 5 television intros for Michigan games ever (according to Steve). Voice of the Wolverines Jim Brandstatter guests. And the poll of the week takes a look at what YOU think is the best season-opening game of all time.