MGoRadio 3.11: What Are Your British Qualities?

Submitted by Seth on November 24th, 2017 at 7:08 PM


I have a deep and everlasting pit of ennui that has infused me. That’s true but you’re highly analytical.


This show was recorded before a live retail audience at The Bo Store. It is presented by UGP & The Bo Store, and if it wasn’t for Rishi and Ryan we’d be quasi-popular angry dudes on Twitter.

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1. Wisconsin After UFR

starts at 1:00

Whatchya going to do? Peters was fine, not great. The power run offense couldn’t do to T.J. Edwards and co. what it could to the pushovers we faced the last three weeks. O’Korn is who he is. Significant problems with line calls looked worse than normal, Wisconsin’s defense has something to do with that. Expect Ruiz to be an upgrade next year since the 5th year center isn’t getting the line calls any better than a true sophomore should.

2. Brian’s Hawaiian Hoops Podcast

starts at 19:58

The LSU loss was only mildly catastrophic: not a bad game, explainable since their little PG was going off. A bad result however because of its outsized effect on Michigan’s schedule, which needed some big games out of this tournament. Speaking of point guard…euh. MAAR is basically the PG right now; can we get something out of Poole?

3. The Game wsg Greg Dooley

starts at 43:02

1964 Michigan football captain Jim Conley is in the store with us, so while Seth talked to Jim about the biggest badasses in Michigan history, the podcasters have to listen to Greg Dooley about the history of the 1950 Game, when Oosterbaan out-punted Ohio State in a snowstorm. This led to Woody Hayes. A lot of talking about other things.

4. Ohio State Preview wsg Seth Fisher

starts at 1:10:10

O’Korn versus this defense is not recommended. Tiny house hunters. British things. Something about colons.



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