Andrew Dakich and Duncan Robinson just debuted a new podcast. They have three episodes out so far with the first being recorded right after the Purdue game on Friday.
I have only listened to the first one so far, but they are entertaining and the perspective is somewhat unparalleled. They are fairly circumspect in sharing their opinions on reffing or opposing teams, but there is a decent amount of candor that is interesting. Hopefully they keep it going.
This season has been the most fun i;ve had in 10 years as I think is the case with all of us. Even to the point where I enjoy reading non-Michigan oriented content for their take on Michigan. What's on your reading list? (I have 2 hours per day on the train, so plenty of time to read)...top 14 (in no particular order after Mgoblog)
Maize n Brew
Bleacher Report - Michigan
Wake Up College Football Podcast/Youtube videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSzzm6d3vi8 (highly recommend: this week they asked...would anyone care if MSU Rutgers was cancelled?)
Michigan Football 101 on Youtube
WTKA podcasts on AudioBoom
I also read Michgian Monday because it's linked on here and I enjoyed "The Hybrid" that Brian linked on the Iowa is Awesome site.
And I will peruse the upcoming opponents sites as well to see what their general perception is of the upcoming week.
Anyone have anything else to share?
Episode 1.8 of the Cambridge Hall Hailcast dropped this morning and features some mid-season reflection and a look ahead to the remainder of the schedule. It also features the debut of the Hailcast theme song "Go Blouie". It's lots of fun to record and produce and thought we'd share the love of the Maize and Blue with the MGoBlog community.
Cheers and Go Blue!
Hey all. Sorry if this topic has come up before but I don't remember seeing anything. Recently I've become a podcast junky and can't get enough. I'm always looking for the next "must listen to" podcast. So my question to you is, what are your favorites? Here are a couple of mine....
1. Sword and Scale: If you like true crime this is the best I've come across. Be warned though it is VERY graphic, some real sick stuff. (most are about 1hr long)
2. Lore: As you may have guessed it's all about folk lore. Some true through i.e. HH Holmes a UM alum. (on average about 20-30 minutes long)
3. Criminal: More true crime but at different angle. Different topics from different view points. (on average about 20-30 minutes long)
4. The Unresolved Podcast: Based on unsolved mysteries. A fairly new podcast. Topics range from psychotic killers to folk lore. (wide range, 40-60 minutes long)
5. Serial: If you podcast you've most surely heard of this one. True crime into it's second season. I recommend binge listening to this one. A lot of in-depth info, too much to wait 2 weeks between episodes.
6. Radiolab: A WIDE range of topics. They have a huge library of episodes, you'll surely find something that interests you. Great research done by this team.
Those are my favorites. What's yours?? I need more! Must have more!
I and my cohosts at the Detroit City FC Fancast podcast sat down with Michigan Soccer seniors and Detroit City FC alumni Colin McAtee, Will Mellors-Blair, James Murphy and T.J. VanSlooten for a discussion about their time at City, their experiences at Michigan and what they're looking forward to in the upcoming season.
iTunes, Stitcher or http://www.dcfcfc.com/episode-9-university-of-michigan-soccer/ for those interested.
(Thanks to Brian for the permission to be a little self-promoting here.)
Probably everybody who is still interested in the NBA listens to Zach Lowe's podcasts, but for those who don't here is a great interview with Stan Van Gundy.
Key issues that SVG discusses:
1) Insight into the non-signing of Greg Monroe
2) Defensive switching on pick and rolls
3) Orlando vs. Detroit for attracting free agents
4) "Form a fucking wall!"
4a) "trying to be less controversial. . ."