Does anyone know a website or preferably an app that allows you to listen to the game on your phone. I don't have an iphone, but I do have a smart phone. I have the dreaded fall wedding to attend. Any help is appreciated. Go Blue!
How can you listen to the game on your phone?
Does anyone know of a search engine like google/bing that I can use to find this guy an answer?
Hold it to your ear.
Better yet, call somebody who was smart enough to set time aside for the game and have them put it on speakerphone.
If your phone was really smart it would tell you the answer to your question.
I believe there is also an MGoBlue app that might charge you.
These kinds of threads are getting a little tiresome. Of the seven newest threads on the board, we have:
- one guy who wants help figuring out how to listen to a game on his phone
- one guy who wants help finding a cheap place to stay in South Bend
- one guy who wants advice on a bet
- one guy who wants to know what's going on with a traffic jam he's dealing with
- one guy who's complaining about what's going on with his cable TV
This is starting to crowd out worthwhile threads on a football Saturday. For some reason, these threads don't bother me when they're created by regular posters who contribute a lot around here and are reaching out to a familiar community for help. For the most part, that doesn't seem to be what's going on.
I'm starting a thread about my potential lunch order. Italian Beef or Pizza or Wings.
... and that would be a more legitimate thread than most of these, since that isn't something that you could easily answer with 30 seconds and Google.
Wings, by the way.
No offense, but there really isn't anything that's threadworthy on a regular football Saturday.
We already have our open thread of the noon games and some random info for people going to the game. We have no info on the Oosterbaan so there's no point in speculating about that (which has been already done anyway).
Between now and 3:30, what else do you want on here? More rehashing of what our strategy should be for today's game? No. Everyone's sick of those posts. I don't mind a couple of posts asking for help, especially when there's not that much going on. Everyone was new here at some point, you can't expect them to go searching when someone can easily give them an answer in 2 seconds
start something worth talking about instead of being a bitch. it's not like there's an abundance of topics on this board, anyway.
2 Walter Smith - Download the iheartradio app to your phone and look for WOOD radio station from Grand Rapids. In years past, I've been able to listen to Michigan games here. Good Luck.
Used it for a game or two last year.
Listened to it today while running late to the Alumni Association party, so it does still work.
You'll get Brandstatter and Beckman for color. Much better than the networks, but is not synched with the tv.
You can listen live on the WTKA website but IIRC their mobile app is flakey.
Thank you. A good rule of thumb is to post topics to entertain others, not to find out information that a seven minute search on google could tell you. This is Saturday fergodsakes. Let's keep it football related.
Guy wants to listen to the game and you toss hip flack?
Football radio app for iPhone. Don't know if it's available on android
Thank you OMG Shirtless. I went there already
Sorry for cluttering your screen Turd.
WWJ 950 is listed as the radio broadcaster, but I tune into WWJ Newsradio 950 and all I get is news. I figured they would have a pregame broadcast. Maybe it's too early.
I did laugh at the "hold it to your ear" comment. Lighten up everyone. If you don't like the post, then don't click on it.
Red Ripe Media makes an app for Android and iOS called College Football Radio. Works great on my ipad. Has a bunch of Michigan Football station affiliates you can choose for the feed. Bonus: If you live out of state some of the stations can be listened to anytime (not just game time), like WJR
Thank you BlueinDallas, Willow, & Darth. I got it! Go Blue!
Wood 1300 from GR on Iheart will have it too plus pregame (usually)
the local broadcast makes me miss Michigan. Here's to you locals. Thanks for everyone's advice.
Just yesterday I downloaded an iPhone app called TuneIn Radio, to listen to a high school football game. You just enter a city name/zip code and get plenty of stations. Works great.
My mistake, just read you don't have an iPhone.
I heart radio app.