MGoPodcast 1.12: The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow

We've got a guest this time! Woo! It's Adam Hoge from Bucky's Fifth Quarter, the SBNation Wisconsin blog—and only extant one, it appears. Unfortunately, logistical issues—read "sleep schedule of a 70-year-old"—prevented regular guest Jamiemac from making an appearance this week. We persevere.

This week's edition is far less suicidal. Also, for the record: I was not drunk for last week's podcast, but I can understand how one might think I was.

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November 12th, 2009 at 5:06 PM ^

Brian you were so great on the last podcast, I had my wife listen. She was laughing the whole time and thought you were very drunk! I think so now knows how I was feeling after that game, I just couldn't put into words. Now when she ask's me how the game went and I tell her that I want to kill a hooker she will know what it means. THANKS BRIAN!!!!


November 12th, 2009 at 5:31 PM ^

I haven't found time to listen to these (heresy!), but the line "I was not drunk for last week's podcast, but I can understand how one might think I was" makes me feel really, really tempted.


November 12th, 2009 at 9:49 PM ^

Oh, by the way, the rumor is absolutely rampant at this point that Tate is transferring. Someone please debunk this nonsense. It was all over the media today. Stupid "El Hombre" is spreading it too.

Blue in Ohio

November 12th, 2009 at 10:24 PM ^

This may be a bit technical but I was having trouble finding this podcast through my motorola droid phone. I am using Google Listen to search for the podcast with no luck... any ideas?

The King of Belch

November 12th, 2009 at 11:50 PM ^

The sun will come out tomorrow
Bet yer bottom dollar that tomorrow

Some will sayyyyyyyyyyy

I love ya!

You're only a dayyyyyy aaaaawayyyyyyyyyyyyy

/Rinses balls, shuts shower off.


November 13th, 2009 at 11:48 AM ^

Very good stuff. Thanks guys for putting these webcasts together for us with Adam. Nice to get the opponent fan's view on the upcoming game.

If Michigan somehow managed to keep it close and down to FGs, I like Olesnavage (9 of 11) vs. Phillip Welch (12 of 18).

But it's probably as you implied. Wisconsin is probably going to score 30 on Michigan on Saturday.