Online Radio Stream of Michigan Football- Where can I find this?

Submitted by LLoydsFrown on September 28th, 2010 at 7:19 PM

I like many others refuse to listen to Pam the Man.  I replied in a topic on her but I think it will likely get lost.  Where can I find a free online station that streams Beckman and Brandstatter? TIA. GO BLUE.  

 

Let me add one thing to this:  If you watch the game on DirecTV HD, is there a significant delay in the radio and the television?

Comments

Dan TrueBlue

September 28th, 2010 at 7:24 PM ^

I know mgoblue.com provides a flash-based listener.  But my computer is upstairs while my TV is downstairs.  So I'd really like to find an .m3u or podcast or something that my basic client downstairs can link to.  And I'm living in South Bend these days so can't just turn on the radio, unfortunately.  Any help would be appreciated!

los

September 28th, 2010 at 8:35 PM ^

The best I've found, especially if you have an iPHONE is iheartradio.com (there's an app as well). Go to cities/GrandRapids/1800 (or 1300?? Not sure) News Network. It's money...

MaizeNBlueInDC

September 29th, 2010 at 7:45 AM ^

Wish this thread had come up last week.  I had a race on Saturday and tried to listen to it on my phone but could not access the radio feed from my phone browser (mgoblue).  Now I won't have that issue anymore!!  At least I only missed a blowout.  Gonna have to use it next week though as I have to go to a wedding that starts at 6...just in time to miss the end of the MSU game.  CRAP!!

jericho

September 28th, 2010 at 8:41 PM ^

What I have been looking for is a place to download audio from previous games to my MP3.  I used to be able to do it from Mgoblue.com, but no longer.  Anyone have thoughts on that?

madtadder

September 28th, 2010 at 9:32 PM ^

Tried this for the Notre Dame game to avoid the horrible NBC announcers, and for me (using the wtka web stream and watching on Comcast), the delay of the web stream was around fifteen seconds, which was just unuseable.

Bigasshammm

September 29th, 2010 at 9:30 AM ^

If you've got an iPhone or other smart phone (I'm not positive they have the app for other phones but why wouldn't they?) you can get the Big Ten Network app and for 7.99 you're able to listen to any of the bBig Ten's radio feeds. I did this for the game last weekend and while watching the game live the delay was incredible but with a little tweaking of your pause button on the TV you can esily get the TV and radio synched up. It did hickup a couple times on the app but otherwise it was the first time I've ever been able to listen to a M football brodacast as I live in the enemy's state.