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The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

The Whitmer Kidnapping Defendant Who Was Trapped by the FBI

"The indefatigable Julie Kelly has tracked down one of the Whitmer kidnapping defendants. This is the guy who got off. He was exonerated because the jury realized that he had been entrapped by the FBI and Julie has an exclusive interview with this guy. His name is Brandon casar down. But and he's gone through a horrible two year ordeal. Involving losing his job involving incarceration. Of course, the familiar FBI raid, the kind of massive demonstration of power almost a shock and awe type of campaign. So Julie gives a little bit of background. She says that this fellow Brandon cassata was charged along with other defendants, 5 defendants, Adam Fox, Thai garden, Caleb Franks Barry Croft, and a guy named Daniel Harris. These are the people who were charged. Now, what the interview reveals is the sort of naivete of these guys and how they were targets of the FBI from the beginning. And by the beginning, I mean, before the plot was even hatched. That's what's so telling about it. So here's talking now to Julie. And he says, you know, I was kind of locked down under a COVID court. I was stuck in my apartment with most of my family out of state. I was just trying to find people to network with. So this is the COVID frustration and the anger, by the way, at the left and imposing these lockdowns, interestingly, that was a factor here in what got these guys to demonize Whitmer and think, oh yeah, it'd be kind of cool if we so these are big talkers, these are guys who buy and large have difficult lives with not a whole lot going on and they're looking for other like minded people who give them a sense of camaraderie. So what happens is this fellow brand in Casa goes online and in June, a leader of a group called the Wolverine Watchmen, a self styled kind of militia group, basically tells casar that they are inviting him to firearms training in Michigan. Firearm streams. This guy's like, yeah, in lockdown, I wanna get out of the house. Little does he know that this being organized by not a guy named quote big Dan. And guess who big Dan is? An FBI informant. He is in a sense cooking up the plot.

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Jurors Begin Deliberating Case of Alleged Plot to Kidnap Gov. Whitmer

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

Jurors Begin Deliberating Case of Alleged Plot to Kidnap Gov. Whitmer

"The Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping trial is concluded. The case is not before the jury that could be a verdict today tomorrow any time soon. And the real issue is what will the jury find? Will they find these defendants guilty for participating in the kidnapping scheme or will the defense prevail? As I hope it does, that these guys were entrapped by the FBI. Now, it's not very easy to prove entrapment. I was listening to a judge jonker, basically give jury instructions, and he spelled out what you need to prove in order to show entrapment. I'm going to read what you need to prove. A defendant is entitled to an entrapment instruction. If there is sufficient evidence from which a reasonable jury could find entrapment. The defense of entrapment has two elements. One, government inducement of the crime and two a defendant's lack of predisposition to engage in the criminal activity. So in order to warrant an entrapment, a defendant must come forward with evidence of support both elements. So in other words, he has to show that the government did indeed induce the crime and second that the defendant or defends themselves would not have gone ahead on their own. Now, Adam Fox, the guy who was supposedly led this plot. This guy is a broke, emotionally vulnerable addict. Who was apparently looking for company and looking for people who would affirm him and looking for people that he could sort of call Friends. And he ran into this guy named big Dan, a big Dan, he didn't know. This guy was a one time Wolverine watchman, a kind of a militia guy, but it turns out he had become an undercover informant for the FBI.

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Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Saint Peter's is 3rd 15 seed in Sweet 16, beats Murray State

"The fifteenth seed is going to the Sweet Sixteen St Peter's seventy to sixty win over Murray state was one of two upsets in Indianapolis the peacocks got seventeen points from Casey the DeFeo who helped hold the racers to thirty four percent shooting we know defense comes first we spent so much time in practice on defense so you know there's nothing new to us we just come in and try to play you play defense all day and give a hundred ten percent in every in every aspect earlier eleven seed Michigan got by third seed Tennessee's seventy six to sixty eight hundred Dickinson and Eli Brooks combined for fifty points as the Wolverines stage their second upset in as many games Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85

"Coffee cart printer now finds a plumber combined for fifty three points is fifteenth ranked Illinois outscored Michigan ninety three eighty five copper delivered twenty seven points in helping the Illini get within one game of Wisconsin for the big ten lead social worker you know make some of our plan because I was going to fall just try to get a good grade started talking so much in a good position plumber provided twenty three of his twenty six points by halftime for the Illini who saw a fifteen point second half lead cut to two in the closing minutes Trent Frazier hit a three pointer with forty five point three seconds left putting Illinois up by seven devided Johns had a season high twenty five points and matched a career high with ten assists for the Wolverines I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Michigan's Howard suspended 5 games for Wisconsin melee

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Michigan's Howard suspended 5 games for Wisconsin melee

"The Big Ten Conference has suspended Michigan basketball coach John Howard for the final five games of the regular season and find Howard forty thousand dollars for hitting a Wisconsin assistant coach in the head after the Wolverines seventy seven sixty three loss to the badgers on Sunday the altercation began in the post game handshake line Howard later said he was upset that Wisconsin coach Greg Gard called a timeout with fifteen seconds left and his team leading by fifteen guard was fined ten thousand dollars for violating the conference's sportsmanship policy but he was not suspended the big ten also suspended three players Michigan's most of the Avanti and Terrence Williams the second and the Kobe beef of Wisconsin for

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Ivey, Williams lead No. 4 Purdue past Michigan 82-76

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Ivey, Williams lead No. 4 Purdue past Michigan 82-76

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Larry O'Connor: Michigan Will Be Dominating Georgia in the Orange Bowl

Mark Levin

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Larry O'Connor: Michigan Will Be Dominating Georgia in the Orange Bowl

"You should know that about me You should know that I'm originally from Michigan and therefore I am just the countdown has begun 24 hours from now we will be one hour into the orange bowl where Michigan will be dominating the Georgia bulldogs and very excited about that Honestly a dream come true to see Michigan beat Ohio State the way they did it When the Big Ten and now make their way for the first time into the national championship round of four This for a team that wasn't even ranked at the beginning of the year We thought this was Harbaugh's last year and now we want coach of the year I mean this is a phenomenon It's easy to know that about me that there's a whole lot of Wolverine stuff going on right now in my life go

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It Is True That Larry O'Connor Drives a Tesla and Here's Why

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 5 months ago

It Is True That Larry O'Connor Drives a Tesla and Here's Why

"And said Larry O'Connor is is it true that you drive a Tesla It is true that I drive a Tesla Hear me out for a minute A great American made car high quality stuff by the way made by one of the most accomplished African Americans in our history Elon Musk And Biden hates him by the way So that's got to be a good thing right But hear me out I did not get a Tesla for any political reason or environmental reason I honestly couldn't care less as to whether it ran on electricity or gasoline I'm actually a little annoyed at the big I come from Detroit I was born in Detroit originally right That's why I'm so excited about my wolverines beating up on the Georgia dogs tomorrow night in the Miami orange bowl there I come from Detroit and I'm annoyed that Ford or Chrysler GM couldn't put together their engineering know how And design a car as great as a Tesla It is a fantastic car And again I couldn't stick a V8 in there and I'm all over it all right So just so you know When I come home from driving on all that disgusting smarmy clean energy the one downside of the Tesla is there's not nearly enough carbon emissions as I go I miss my carbon emissions The smell of those carbon emissions are intoxicating So I get home to my beautiful home and my wife Meredith and I if it's wintertime we go right to the fireplace and we start burning stuff We just throw logs in there We throw away you will find a cat in the neighborhood and throw it in there Anything to burn more carbon It's our carbon offset If it's summertime we'll do a fire pit in our front yard And it's insane We just burn whatever We find some old tires at a junkyard and we burn the tires and just start smew a black smoke everywhere We live in Maryland so no one really notices okay And that's just you know that's just Baltimore be in Baltimore right It's about all there goes another CFS a CVS up for grab sits what's going on So we do our own sort of carbon offsets When we come home from driving the clean energy vehicle to Tesla So I don't want you to misunderstand who I am or what I

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Playoff set: Alabama vs. Cincinnati, Michigan vs. Georgia

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Playoff set: Alabama vs. Cincinnati, Michigan vs. Georgia

"The the college college football football playoff playoff is is set set in in this this year's year's lineup lineup offers offers something something brand brand new new the the field field of of four four is is surprise surprise free free Alabama Alabama is is seeded seeded number number one one making making its its seventh seventh appearance appearance in in the the eight eight year year history history of of the the playoff playoff Miskin Miskin checks checks in in at at number number two two after after thrashing thrashing Iowa Iowa forty forty two two to to three three in in the the big big ten ten championship championship the the Wolverines Wolverines are are lined lined up up to to play play Georgia Georgia in in the the Orange Orange Bowl Bowl after after season season atop atop the the rankings rankings the the Bulldogs Bulldogs dropped dropped to to number number three three after after Alabama Alabama ran ran up up forty forty one one points points against against their their Herald Herald the the defense defense in in the the SEC SEC title title game game and and while while no no surprise surprise here's here's the the new new peace peace Cincinnati Cincinnati becomes becomes the the first first team team from from a a non non power power five five conference conference selected selected for for the the playoffs playoffs following following a a thirteen thirteen and and season season in in the the American American athletic athletic conference conference title title the the Bearcats Bearcats are are the the only only undefeated undefeated team team in in the the playoffs playoffs their their reward reward taking taking on on the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide in in the the Cotton Cotton Bowl Bowl both both games games are are set set for for new new year's year's eve eve I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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No. 2 Michigan takes Big Ten in rout, makes playoff pitch

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

No. 2 Michigan takes Big Ten in rout, makes playoff pitch

"Michigan's Michigan's offense offense was was explosive explosive and and his his defense defense kept kept Iowa Iowa out out of of the the end end zone zone in in the the forty forty two two to to three three big big ten ten championship championship game game victory victory the the twelve twelve and and one one Wolverines Wolverines established established themselves themselves early early with with a a pair pair of of first first quarter quarter touchdowns touchdowns for for the the game game Michigan Michigan quarterback quarterback Cade Cade McNamara McNamara passed passed for for one one hundred hundred sixty sixty nine nine yards yards the the Wolverines Wolverines got got a a pair pair of of touchdowns touchdowns from from Hassan Hassan Haskins Haskins while while running running back back Donovan Donovan Edwards Edwards pass pass for for a a score score and and added added another another on on the the ground ground as as for for Iowa Iowa it it will will head head to to a a bowl bowl game game with with the the ten ten and and three three record record Tom Tom McCabe McCabe Indianapolis Indianapolis

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Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Michigan moves into top 4 of CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6

"The the latest latest CFP CFP rankings rankings still still have have Georgia Georgia on on top top now now followed followed by by Michigan Michigan Alabama Alabama in in Cincinnati Cincinnati the the Crimson Crimson Tide Tide will will take take on on the the Bulldogs Bulldogs in in the the SEC SEC championship championship game game on on Saturday Saturday Michigan Michigan goes goes against against Iowa Iowa for for the the big big ten ten crown crown and and Cincinnati Cincinnati will will host host Houston Houston in in the the AAC AAC title title game game the the Wolverines Wolverines moved moved up up with with Saturday's Saturday's forty forty two two twenty twenty seven seven win win over over Ohio Ohio state state dropping dropping the the Buckeyes Buckeyes from from the the top top four four Oklahoma Oklahoma state state will will be be fifth fifth going going into into its its big big twelve twelve championship championship game game against against Baylor Baylor Notre Notre Dame Dame is is now now six six followed followed by by Ohio Ohio state state Mississippi Mississippi Baylor Baylor in in Oregon Oregon I'm I'm the the ferry ferry

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McNamara, No. 9 Michigan rally past No. 23 Penn State 21-17

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

McNamara, No. 9 Michigan rally past No. 23 Penn State 21-17

"Cade McNamara threw a forty seven yard touchdown pass to tight end Eric all with three twenty nine left sending C. F. P. number nine Michigan to a twenty one seventeen win over Penn state backed America pleaded nineteen of twenty nine passes for two hundred seventeen yards and three touchdowns helping the ninety one Wolverines stay in the hunt for a big ten title Hassan Haskins ran for one hundred fifty six yards on thirty one carries Roman Wilson caught a pair of TD passes for the Wolverines who led fourteen six midway through the fourth quarter I'm the ferry

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RJ Young reacts to CFB rankings for Week 9, Oklahoma disrespected at No. 8 | No. 1 Ranked Show

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

RJ Young reacts to CFB rankings for Week 9, Oklahoma disrespected at No. 8 | No. 1 Ranked Show

"And Alabama remain one to win the latest CFP rankings came out on Tuesday third ranked Oregon fourth rated Ohio state and number five Cincinnati all moved up one spot following Michigan state's loss to Purdue the Spartans are seventh just behind Michigan the Spartans beat the Wolverines thirty seven thirty three just two weeks ago unbeaten Oklahoma remains eighth followed by Notre Dame and Oklahoma state there are three more regular season rankings before the CFP selection committee sets the semifinal match ups on the ferry

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No. 9 Michigan tops Indiana 29-7, bounces back from 1st loss

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

No. 9 Michigan tops Indiana 29-7, bounces back from 1st loss

"Tight end Luke Schoonmaker holes in a pair of touchdowns the help C. N. B. number seven Michigan Indiana twenty nine to seven Schoonmaker snag the twelve yard touchdown toss to give Michigan a ten point lead at the half and then put the icing on the cake with an eight yard score to account for the game's final point in his career day help Michigan get back on the winning track after dropping its first game of the season the Michigan state last week in Vienna brotherhood and and moving on from the past and we were we were so ready to take the field again today and we bought out today so we're happy with this one tell that to sign Haskins carried the offense the rest of the way twenty four hundred and sixty eight yards and a touchdown the Wolverines improved eight one will Indiana drops the to win seven Denny captain over Michigan

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Walker-led No. 8 Michigan St tops No. 6 Michigan 37-33

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Walker-led No. 8 Michigan St tops No. 6 Michigan 37-33

"For the first time since twenty ten number six Michigan number eight Michigan state entered the annual matchup for the Paul Bunyan trophy with undefeated records it was the underdog Spartans who ended the game still undefeated after thirty seven to thirty three win Michigan led twenty three to fourteen to happen increased to thirty to fourteen the Spartans and outscored the Wolverines twenty three to three to end the game on the back of Kenneth Walker the third as he scored three more touchdowns making his total on the day five most ever by an MSU running back against Michigan Walker finished with twenty three carries and one hundred ninety seven yards certains moved eight no one Michigan falls to seven and one Marty Martin east Lansing Michigan

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No. 6 Michigan tops Northwestern 33-7; Michigan State next

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

No. 6 Michigan tops Northwestern 33-7; Michigan State next

"Six ranked Michigan uses a big second half to knock out northwestern thirty three to seven after a number of missed opportunities on the Wolverines went into the half of the ten seven lead Michigan got its ground game going in the third quarter outscoring northwestern twenty three to nothing and the second half sophomore tailback Blake Corum led the charge running for a hundred nineteen yards and two touchdowns sometimes how to gain goes you know what we don't want to go that way but you know have time we came and fix some things and they came back after half in the you know showed up the Wolverines just miss rushing for three hundred yards for what would've been the fourth time this season next up for Michigan a top ten showdown in a clash of unbeatens as they traveled east Lansing to take on Michigan state that make up an Arbor Michigan

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No. 14 Michigan rips Wisconsin 38-17; Badgers' Mertz injured

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

No. 14 Michigan rips Wisconsin 38-17; Badgers' Mertz injured

"Cornelius Johnson caught both of Kate McNamara's touchdown passes as fourteenth ranked Michigan whipped Wisconsin thirty eight seventeen at Madison the Wolverines scored twenty five straight points after badgers quarterback Graham Mertz and tight end Jake Ferguson suffered chest injuries in the third quarter Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh like their effort to solve all three phases today that's really pleased with that published a tough physical team I thought he played really physical and imagine every bit highly touted freshman quarterback J. J. McCarthy also played and had a one yard TD run plus a fifty six yard touchdown pass to Dylan Baldwin merch was eight of fifteen for one hundred fifteen yards and a TD for Wisconsin I'm Dave Ferrie

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Seattle Kraken Select Matthew Beniers With No. 2 Overall Pick

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:19 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle Kraken Select Matthew Beniers With No. 2 Overall Pick

"Seattle Cracking tonight used their number two overall pick in the NHL amateur draft. To get 18 year old centre forward Matthew veneers from the University of Michigan. The Buffalo Sabres took Wolverines teammate defenseman Owen Power with the top choice. Overall, Both players are deciding whether to stay in college or immediately go

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"wolverines" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"wolverines" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At the Chrysler Center in Ann Arbor tonight, Wildcats looking to get back in the win column after their loss at Iowa. They are three and one in Big 10 play chance tonight. To improve on that record on hand. The Wolverines their first loss after Nate knows start of the Wolverines have won nine straight. They have won seven straight home games dating back to last season. There ain't no this year. This is as we match in the first rank team they've played. Their big 10 wins have come over Penn State of 60 to 58 win at home on 80 69 victory at Nebraska. And an 84 73 went last time out at Maryland. A wild cats closing out a stretch. They played four games in 10 days Now the play back to back road games the come home and play Thursday right now, our national anthem. Tonight. Starting lineups are delivered by ups for the visiting Northwestern Wildcats and head coach Chris Collins had forward Miller Cop, a 67 junior from Houston, Texas, the Wildcats leading scorer. Miller, averaging 14.6 points a ballgame all on the year that forward Robbie Baroness 69 sophomore from Richmond, Virginia. Robbie, averaging just over six points a game and shooting 44% from beyond the arc. Heat. Nance 6 10 junior from Akron, Ohio. A wild cats leading rebounder, their fourth leading scorer, Pete, averaging 11.9 point 6.5 rebounds a game shooting 56% from the floor, which ranks fourth. At the In the Big 10 conference. He's coming off a career high 21 against Iowa the other night at guard. Boo Boo is six to soft more from Albany, New York. Boo the Wildcats third leading score second on the team and three point field goals, averaging 12.9 points a game. He had two points but career highs in both rebounds and assists. I guess. The Hawkeyes six rebounds, eight assists in that game, in which he shot one for eight and over four from beyond the arc at a guard chase Audie Asia 64 red shirts off more from KorAm. New York transfer from William and Mary, averaging 13 points gaming at 14, including a Northwestern best 43 pointers in the lost Iowa. On Tuesday. Chris Collins, 1 15 and 1 21 in his eighth year, and Evanston 46 88 Big 10 Marquis is three and eight against the Michigan Wolverines. For Michigan and head coach Juwan Howard. At forward Isaiah Livers is 67 senior from Kalamazoo, Michigan. The second leading scorer for Michigan, averaging 14.4 points a game is their leading three point shooter, 41% from beyond the arc 17 three's on the season. That center hotter Dickinson, a 71 freshman from Alexandria, Virginia, the leading scorer and rebounder for Michigan. He's in the top eight in the big 10 in points rebounds and blocked shots at leads the conference in field goal percentage at 73% 7th best in the nation. Averaging six points. 16.6 points just under nine rebounds, No ball game. Guard Mike Smith 5 11 graduate from Fenwick High School, a grad transfer from Columbia University, averaging 9.1 points and the assist leader. For Michigan, it over five a game forth into conference. Franz Wagner 69 soft more from Berlin, Germany, third leading scorer for Michigan, averaging 12.6 point six rebounds a game. And Eli Brooks has 61 senior from Spring Grove, Pennsylvania, their fourth leading scorer, Brooks averaging 9.4 points and shooting 32% from beyond the three point strike. Go on Howard 27 12 of his second year in Ann Arbor. As the head.

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"wolverines" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

One and Dunne Radio

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"wolverines" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

"It is again a one done radio part of your day. Lots of talked about this episode opened the show ranting about the denver broncos quarterback situation and how i really felt it was unfair that they were forced to play but the lease seems like. It's no problem to keep moving the ravens steelers game three times. Now then i go into a scenario of what. It's like to build your own team between. I'm basically i had a toll a twitter poll and i ask followers a great life. Great running back or vice versa. Stay tuned for that segment. Finally close the show talking about abysmal. Terrible no good rotten terrible michigan wolverines all On the show..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"49 38 the Wolverines in front of folding green. We've got 17 05 to play here in the ball game. Michigan fans if you need a whole blowing to pick your team and budget for rocket can rocket mortgage, proud mortgage provider of Michigan athletics? Ryan Busche, Terry Mills, Tony Baltar, Rob Joyce with you on this Wednesday afternoon. Well, sorry, dark outside, or at least close to it, Terry, one of the Thanksgiving plans tomorrow, My friends, man walks a lot of football. How about that? You know, just turn around spending a little time with family. Maybe try to hook up that zoom thing, considering you're not gonna have You know, a whole lot of family over and you know you could do that. The video thing and things like that. But hey, what do we say his 2020 man. Just be thankful that We're calling the game right now. It's great families healthy. I mean, what else could you ask for? Yeah, We hope all those listening and be able to navigate this really tough time is well, it's possible and, you know, hopefully these types of things college basketball coming back Other sports have been able to find a way to play. Hopefully, that is brought some happiness subnormal seat to your lives during again. What has been Just a difficult crazy times. Overwhelming situation. Michigan up by 11 Bowling Green has the basketball working from left to right came to see me the West Virginia player of the Year in high school last year, he has it out of the right side. The tail of the field back to my Athenee pulls up for 25 ft. Two recon and out. Rebound. Backed up by Davis Saved by Turner for B G. Not a cloud right corner, second chance for the Falcons. Out banging inside against Bonder. Pick it back outside. Right corner. Three. Justin Turner flashes it down BG within eight or those offense. The rebounds were gonna happen simply because Mr came out in a 23 zone show the first time they sold us all out of a time out, and one thing you give up against his own is offensive rebound. Brooks takes it all the way left block right handed. Lay in. Nice move for me alive, broke suit, asserting himself offensively in the second half. Michigan up 10. Thanks for early points and half two activists to before the brain But Feeny picks up his bounce left wing Give Plowden who has yet to score since intermission to fields in between the circle stutter step Now he'll take it inside. Give to swindle for a 15 footer. Right baseline. No, but I follow up. Graham from Daequan plowed in B G back down eight. Yeah. Cloud came a long way. He came from the three point line coming jam that back in, so you can't be a ball watcher. If your mission and you've got to put a body on someone. He is an athletic specimen. He's been on ESPN top. 10 plays three types here. Smith able to zigzag his way all the way and Mike Smith lays it in right block back and forth. We go, Michigan. 53 43. Well, you kind of know what you're going to get out of those Philadelphia He is and cloud and is one of those kids that Hey, he's gonna play tough and he's gonna bring it every single time pulls up for a left 10.3. It's short rebound Saved by Bee Gees. Dylan Swingle fires into the point, Turner thought about a three. Now he'll drive floater from 10 left baseline. No. Rebound loose and it'll be a foul coming on Swingle on that will give Michigan basketball back be cheese. Four fell, and that brings us to immediate time out. 15 07 remaining in regulation Michigan up on Bowling Green 53 to 43. You're listening to Michigan basketball from Deerfield, I MG college..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

13:47 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Scope Dutt driving. The rim walked by paired it scooped up underneath taken away by who will dribble it out at that is going to do it fishing. Jacob could Michigan. Wolverines are the fischel championship game, not the ramblers of Loyola Chicago, sixty nine fifty seven the wolverines are in the title game for the first time since two thousand thirteen now back to sports overnight America with Jeff rizos within a new urine urine urine..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"They like that. So they get their communication through Caesar. And Ben communicate with them. You know, we have a system to get the plays into them. But. Yeah. It's it's all going good. And. We really haven't talked much about Jon Runyan. But I mean, he's about a study as you can come. I remember last year at this time practice for spring, and I was like concerned about would John get where we wanted him to get any add a great year force. And then just watching him. He is just he's the steady guy. I mean, he's the same every play. And he does some really good things. John John is going to be steadied there at left tackle force. I mean in a very high level of steady about the only guy he's John run and the only player from the two thousand fifteen class of the scholarship players. It's still on the team is that right is our only be it'll be our only fifth year scholarship player along with Michael Dana. Those will be the only fifty points being here, obviously for all five years. And he's the only he's the only player only scholarship play this been here for five years. For coach your second. You hear things seem a little easier smoother just as being in familiar place a year removed from when you got here. Oh, absolutely. I mean, it starts with very familiar with the players and very comfortable and understand those guys were able to take him to another level. Now, I think because we know what their strengths are. And we build up a level of trust and communication there. That's been great. I mean, the whole program the support staff the pieces we have in place. Everything runs smooth. Everybody knows where they're supposed to be knows what they're supposed to do. So for me, it's been really easy. It's it's a joy to go out to practice because I watch guys who know what they're doing. They know how to work hard. They compete at practice. They want to be good. And so now, it's just helping them key continue to grow. But I thought I'd at one sidebar that Jon Runyan will be coached by this year a little bit by the same guy who coached his father in the NFL. So we added a an analyst to coach his father coach Kostya Wonka St. oh, who's going to be working with this? And funny walks in the starting left tackle twenty years later, the son of a guy he coached the go. So we're we're excited about that. You know, coach has been here a couple of weeks with this. I wanna cop to. Because you you bring up just how many offense alignment that around the team. And that are good players all all offensive linemen are improving, and that's that speaks volumes for Ed Warner as a football coach. We are much improved as an offense this past year with EDA's our offensive line coach in all statistical categories, but the, but he also can he's also a great recruiter is brought in a class of six plus guys in in one class, and he's doing a heck of a job working on on a twenty twenty class. So we love having you here at it's great to be here. No one has a better than me. So last thing for you. This is the Jack talk segment, but we're doing a little Ed talk here. So do you have a, quote or advice, you can love impart embark on the on the listeners as we wrap up the podcast here. I just think that in life, you get what your own, and I think if there's something important to you. It's always worth fighting for. So if you wanna championship, it's will you gotta be willing to fight for it. If you want to do something, you you don't give it's not give it to you got earn it. And that's what we try to teach our guys if that's important to you. Go fight for to get it. And you get what you earn. And I think our kids are competing at a high level because they want to try to win a championship. And that's our goal. And it's team. I not me. I and when you got that it's fun to go to work every day. Thanks, ed. Appreciate it. Thank you. And that's going to do it. For this dish it of attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast. You can contact us on Twitter at podcast or by using hashtag. Jack talk. Follow us favorite us inscribed to us on podcast, one dot com and the pot. Cast one app..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"We have a lot of talented players back for starters back all of them all conference style players. They're off to a great start. And then we've got some good young players that are developing. Having a good start to spring so excited about those guys. Let's start on the inside. I want to ask you about the three guys in the middle. Because coach Harbaugh talked a lot about these guys with on when you with Caesar we's and with Ben Bredesen's now a lot more football under their belts. And he just has been raving about the progress. They've been making as a core as a trio in the middle of your offense, align, I totally agree. I mean, they're fun to coach they continue to improve. They were very good players last year. They've taken another step. I told him that after practice yesterday. I said I I'm just so proud of how hard you guys are working in the off season. The fact that each one of us gotten better, I mean, Mike is really taken a big step. He has a lot of talent he trained hard in the off season in the first phase of winter conditioning came in great shape and his last two, practices and pads have been phenomenal for him. And if he continues like that we're going to see it in the field. You know when we play. Then it makes always been strong IRA. He's always been a strong player. He could always move anybody in the that up against beast doing so many subtle things. Now at you know, we're all his awareness to pass off twist games or zone block, and and redirect. During the progression of the blocking scheme. Maybe talk about a little bit of that. Yeah. I think that's where his growth has come is. He's been studying the game. No, one is been more aggressive asking questions texting wanting to know more watching film about because those details or what's going to make emigrate pit player because he is talented. And so his ability to understand like this own schemes and some of the things that we see from our defense, and whereas I should be hand placement. Bumping off games and twists communicating get to the second level. I mean, he's just doing a lot of those high level details now, and we're seeing them in practice, and and it's because he wants to and he he's listening to those things and asking for those things like no one sends us more text messages about what should I do on this? He watches film on his ipad..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I don't see a lot of schools that have at the other way around and we see in students and the players. As if dad was asking the other day, what we will be why Michigan what stood out the most and my wife, and I we went on visits was particularly for practice. We spent a lot of time trying to be close to the players and listen to the players on the sidelines. The players recruiting for you more than anybody. And they're talking, and they don't they forget that people are around, and they will talk about coaches talking about players talk about king and Michigan players love in their their their mother. I've never heard of negative were out of a Michigan player when nobody was around. And we've heard that I'll schools so there's just something different. You know, it's. Again, it comes back down to feel like home in on his family, and it's just always felt like home to us in Olen most obviously Nolan, but I'm going to be a little biased. Well, we love reluctant to. Do you know, that's what? And that's what always really to me. Always makes it a family because we have football. But the other thing we have in common that that that a family a youngsters choosing Michigan in. We are choosing the youngster the be here. And then with the football component of that that makes that makes the ball team. Then it makes the makes the family so her Naveh better guy or better family to be the be joining us than than run family. And so for. Yeah. It's so cited go blue. Up next. Ed talk billion for Jack talk here on package day, the Harbaugh's podcast. This is Jack talk. I wanna listen I want to be better. I want to be the best. I can be welcome to our team that Jack talk as you get older. You get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find here grows in places that it hadn't been before. Welcome to hashtag, Jack talk is now when we usually get the Jack talk here and attack he stayed the Harbaugh's podcast. But as you heard earlier on the show, Jack as an Zona with John Harbaugh, the NFL spring meeting, so we're doing a little Ed talk. Instead with Ed Warner who is with us during the Todd Rumbelow lucky sports parents interview in coach Warner it's you must be just having a blast this last week or so getting the guys back out on the football field. Oh, it's been awesome. I mean, the group of guys I have the room. I have great guys..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I think they just want to be like, then, you know. They want to. And if you're going to pick somebody that'd be like, he's probably probably the best our family, and all of us think very highly been, so they're they wanna emulate. That's a good thing. Oh, yeah. And but no, they don't know. They just hit it off. I think they've got common interests. They're all kind of goofy. But you don't take it serious. And all the parents, I think are probably probably hit it off just as well. So it just makes it easy. You know, you're someone along that are further away. You know, we got to spend time with the family, and they're they're great. I'm not personally, I never met Jack steward. I wasn't there. When he was there Nolan about ten to eight, and we spent a lot of time in the the under armor game. He spent a lotta time hanging around their families some time with us and he's just a great kid. So, you know, I don't know. But they just have a really unique chemistry, and I it's pretty fighting to see what they're gonna go through in the next four to five years. It's going gonna be fun pretty excited. Literally, probably come up your plays a lot for that stake. I don't know what you who. You're butcher is. Or what do you do? But let's take you had on the grill for us. That night was Ed. Remember that one off delicious? I'm ready to come back No. time. There's no recruiting rules anymore. Thirty guys in here. And they know the. We'll we definitely coming by thought after I coach does is visiting with amount of a call may what's going on house? Visit that was everything going. I mean, I can't tell you how much eat talk for five minutes about your stake. I mean is out greatest. Naked was. I'm not gonna lie. The stakes. Excellent at night, you know, so. Duma's me Dumas's meets out of Southfield, Ohio. Those guys are often down there. And they just do a great job. So they met hook me up for the event. There. This you must meet. Yup. But you know, those six guys I mean, they're all similar in that they love football. And they love the process of working to get better in football. I mean, you could tell all of them loved to train they love this study film. They love to watch football. They love playing football practicing their into all that whole process, and then birds of a feather flock together, that's a heck of a flock right there. We love having those guys together because it with no intelligence to. I I mean, you really noticed that. I mean, the work ethic. That's off the charge was the attitude of coming to Michigan and making Michigan. Great and making yourself great. I mean, that's that's Nolan rambler the may in it's it's contagious in. It's it's it's rubbed off on just about everybody in the class. No fan. I is it. Been fun to watch. And to be a part of that's for sure. Curious. No one's on field. Disposition to nastiness that is kind of the opposite. Some of the things we talked about off the field. But at the nastiness in in which he plays that was the word that I kept getting described to me when I was asking people about his tape. But what he looked like where do you come from inherent is at the coast up to 'em. Our the nastiness on the fuel comfirmed time. I don't say Pam don't say, Pam. You know, I I'm sure some of it's just natural. But you know, young I, you know, I I didn't I didn't try to coach him too much growing up. You know, I try to I I guess I'm not one of those. I don't wanna put somebody doesn't want to be pushed. So it's pretty self motivated. I think nobody talk about that kind of stuff a lot in initiating, your blocks and making sure, you know, I think looking you always you always after every game. Tell me when he could see in is if they quit. So that was always kind of challenge, and I would always after the game. I look out is about third quarter that that middle third quarterback could quit. And he goes, yeah..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"And he he loved working out. He loved measuring himself and see how much higher ISA jumping fast and faster could run and doing all that stuff. And it's funny. If you do on the internet or still some pictures of him like, look, they can do what you're doing a power thing would probably twenty pounds. But it's your in a register gonna power clean installing the internet. But that was his first time working out and getting into that. And and so he came back, and I think you have to nineteen and he living at different kid 'cause he was running and you're still wrestling. So he he'd like to train, and he just was a monster and fifth grade. It was scary, actually. For literally for some of the kids on other teams. And parents all mad that he was playing since he was kind of abusive, and then I know. It got worse. All the way through eighth grade. I think. Even though little bit in high school and played as a freshman, and he, you know, he probably first time you ever challenged and. I mean history tells you the okay. Yeah. I know what he was a freshman. Tim is coach would call me. And he said Ed at I got a freshman. You gotta look at it. And I'm thinking. Yeah. Okay. Right. We got a freshman. We gotta go look at a freshman, and he kept telling me he said, I'm just telling you this guy's legit. He's legit. And when I watched him he is legit. He was legit. And I've never seen anyone practice harder. I probably watched in practice three or four times over the years. I may in practice. I feel sorry for the kids that he's going against practices. You saw coach while we were there. He was like turning guys upside down put them on the ground. It's he's aggressive at breakfast now for state championships speaks these speaks volumes four in a row and our HOGAN what like all four. Fifteen five starts are fifty six starts at left tackle her game. It out there you at eight. Never miss. He's a great guy. A great teammate. The I love to watch. Get your perspective as a parent, but you're signing six offense lineman this in this two thousand nineteen class. And and it just their interaction. You talk about that a little bit. I mean with Nolan Zack in in. And Carson Barnhart a note translated don't see him as much or Jack Stewart as much Trevor on Trevor Keegan they don't know. But I've watched especially Zack in in in Carson amid it seems like every weekend Nolan's down Zach Zack's up up at your place or or they're over visiting are all off. Then they wear those. They wear those those plaid shirts where did that come? And they always. Like their flannel, plano, plaid shirts. What's it's pretty cool to watch. And then how they connected all the all become pretty good friends at the seams. At the plate here thing. I don't know..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Now back to attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast, but you've talked about Nolan getting into the way starting around the sixth grade tickets through his his footfall growth, and when he first started playing physicians he's played over the years. I I think. think you start on fourth grade. There's funny. He's we wanna find him up for like play flag football and your third grade. And you know, that you know, he made them play center in you know, in flag football, you don't get to really do anything. So he just there a wall. And we try to find him up for her phone fourth grade, and he was too big play locally. And a guy. I was playing with down in canton. You know, told me they haven't been our league at open. So yeah, she drove down to our Bill. Spot a half hour away every night and join this league and actually had a little mini combine and he showed up, and he's not that Hyun or great. He was one hundred ninety seven pounds. He was like five eight or something like that. And so they'll be this monster and yet you got I combine and and the end up playing youth football out of Arbil late youth. Great little little youth football program and kind of went from there to the middle school and then archbishop Hoven someone's always been alignment, obviously, the big stripe on his helmet. Never touched. All. When did, you know, when did you know that he would you're working with some special there? I it his first even he was pretty strong and obviously big kid, but an understanding what he had to do. It started an in for pancakes and tackles and. I you know, I had a motivate them somehow. And I think the first game that he I think the challenge was tackles. And I and I asked you know, I told my getting five dollars for every tackle that he he made and I had to go to the ATM machines. I didn't have enough money in my pocket. Thirty or forty dollars. So he kinda got that Thomson. Pretty good. And then the next year. To me. And this is one that Roma started wellness center thing started. Yes. To join a youth training programs designed for ten and eleven year olds you know, for Gillian speed through that wellness program, and she signed him up for it..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I didn't who that was was that Dan as van summer, and so and for an forty how about forty nine it's forty nine Lucas, Andrew ghetto. So. Another another really good movie move from safety to running back. You remember to Wilson and was was a safety when he first started. And then became a running back. I in my opinion, Andrew ghetto is better than to Wilson when he first move over from safety to to running back, but he's introduced got speed. He's got he got savvy in there. He really really seeing the holes and for somebody who's only been playing running back for for four practices here with us. He played running back in high school. But yeah, forty nine Lucas Andrew ghetto is is is emerging somebody who's going to be going to be a really good player to Wilson's doing a good job. Andrew ghetto can catch the ball out of the backfield as well. So he's doing a good job. And then so you got those types of running backs, and then you've got this Mason, and and advanced summer in that have been. Then had some real productive runs. Some scoring touchdowns some way, you know, get hitting the get hit in the whole at two yards and then bled. It out for another. Another two yard picking the soft shoulder. And and keeping his legs legs turn and moving so excited about the the running back position. There's a lot of good players that are in there. Doing a great job right now so excited about it. And I guess spring practice that was one of the things I always enjoyed you know, you don't want. You earn for game in two weeks or one week or two just really enjoy of progress. You know, guys that took those four or five six months after the season was over in worked in the weight room and get their minds straight to what they what they wanted to do. And how productive they they wanted to be puts us I can hear it in your voice, just a smile on your face. Kind of smelling right now development yet that kind of developed there's other positions too. I mean, no tight ends. I mean, you could go on for another other fill, you know, going through the players, but I thought their tight ends played extremely well through. Yes. Sean McEwen eighty four is he's really become elite at that position. Nick Eubanks is is really doing a good job. And he's got some more coaching points. But he's you know, he's really really becoming the the blocker and the past route runner that love to see at tight end. Love his attitude and the way he's working Schoon maker is is doing a good job Mustafa..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"They do rodeos in there. And it was a fun fun. Game of guys have been around thirty thirty five years old guys. Replaying for just minimum minimal money and got a chance to travel around with the team and John had a chance to speak to the team before the game. And it was just a just a fun fun experience. Dominic is a full blooded American Indian and champions for all native Americans and near causes in what they're what they're all about. And we had a chance to visit the airforce base here and have a leadership group John myself. And and we just had a fantastic time in Albuquerque now in Phoenix, Arizona. They're what's the name of that book? You're talking about. I I've got to get that for you. But but it and he's a man he's in his nineties now. Or did you meet him at all when you were out here? I know you've met the dad, I'm sure, but no, I didn't I didn't meet the grandfather when I'll get that for you. It was one of those. He's one of those kind of guys they would say, you know. Zack you ever met his grandfather. Then almost the big smile on their face and somebody that played for him and have a story. I mean, like like the old days, you know. Yeah. Story is stuff that he did this pull out of the outer outer sky, you know, without then he rhyme or reason, and they kind of put all those things together. It it made a tremendous story. And then having you know, Zach there and been around with him for three years and interacted with him to to hear that part of the story was was really really fun for me that part of the community athletic community, very tight tightly-knit. Coach Yvan Sanchez who's an assistant with Kim Barnes Areco here. Now with the Michigan women's basketball team. I believe it's her brother codes Zack in basketball in high school because she used to be the coach at university of New Mexico and came up actually came to the fencing him a few years ago when she was between coaching jobs, and she talked about everyone in New Mexico in the athletic community, kind of all seem to know each other. And I'm guessing they all know, the gentry family pretty well. Based on Jack what you're talking about. I'm going to be a little slow on this. But before the. Was a guy came up and he kept on his shoulder. And he said he'd played for the university of Michigan and he's one of their receivers yet a hamstring injury and couldn't play, but it was like in two thousand six two thousand seven two thousand and I think his name was stolen or something. Like that. I can't remember the name, maybe John Faulk last name stone them Zaire thing that was who it was barrels zone on to receive out of Texas. And what a nice guy, and he couldn't be more excited about to see somebody from Michigan. I mean, he had a smile on his face and talked about all the great things about the university of Michigan. And and it was just an and then the game was ready to start and we were down there. You know, next to the wall we wanted to get right to the wall guys are diving into the camera wells and over the walls. Eight is crazy when you're down here close to that. But but anyway, they're three guy three older gentlemen, walk in they had their Michigan M's on. And they had no, hats and all that. So I ran around the corner. Go. I looked at me and we enter -duced ourselves and we had another about five minutes ten minutes. Michigan. People are everywhere. Go blow. That's for sure. We're looking forward to seeing that the Michigan fans everywhere on Thursday night in Anaheim, California for John beeline squad 'cause you look out west they're going to take over that arena. It's going to be maize and blue throughout the city of Anaheim for for coach beeline squad. This this coming weekend. They're playing pretty well. You guys get a chance to watch this spring ball underway. Do you get a chance to watch the basketball the games? Sure. Did you watch watch good parts of both games? And. Texted coach be line..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"I mean, you're putting into a a eight overtime game seventy four seventy two. All kinds of sense. And but that he that he even on the radar. I haven't I haven't seen that or anyone even discuss it here. Haven't heard anybody discuss the overtime your way of doing it all him the overtime. You know, especially what are there were some of the other suggests next the chiefs. I'm not sure that one I heard two twenty five yard line. And the most of them say keep its way it is. But know, of course, Andy Reid to Kansas City. They this year in the in the playoff game. They they gave up the ball. They didn't win the toss. They went down toward a touchdown. They never got the ball. So he's the one that's really champion doing something. You know, where where it's more more fair how much fair can be than the continued. The game continue the game to them fall in an overtime like basketball this play the game and into you really even need overtime for regular season games. Do you need regular season games to have overtime? What do you think about hockey? They changed. How the do overtime. They do like four on four and then three on three and they've changed. So they changed the game. Right. And then it goes to a shootout. So it's not hockey version of it. But it's not the same like World Cup after they play their extra time. They go to penalty kicks in the World Cup, which makes no sense. But that's a skill competition. Trying to find the end of a game status continue to gain for ten minutes and regular season. If it's ties tie and the overtime. You just play it to get a winner. I mean, that's that's where you're gonna feel goal. I mean once you're playing the game guys on a ten yard line. He just wants to kick a field goal to win the game. It's over in a tie game. Because that's where he he was able to position the team in in that situation. I'm with you. I'm with you continue the game. And instead sudden death would be a lot of strategy citing strategy would would go into the kind of formula. You would with anyone asked me. And I don't know one's really asking me much. But if anyone asked me, that's that's the direction I'm going to go. And I don't know whether I should say it was Vic came up with the idea or you I I'll kind of work with that. And see which one I wonder us out there where you know. I mean you when did you hear it from Vic? Versus where did you hear it from me? Well, I think that takes care of that. Before we came here. We went to Albuquerque New Mexico where Zach gentry's from found out so much about his family. His grandfather fill one of the legendary coaches in all of New Mexico history. They say he's written a book and a book. It's just hilarious. Everybody's is coaching experience. But Randa Dominic Vermont as the football coach for the Duke city gladiators, it's a it's an arena football team. And I want you to know we had so much so much fun. We went to the game at ended up seventy two to twenty five but thirty five thousand fans there they played in a in a in an old it's called the kingly Coliseum. It has been built in about nineteen fifteen or nineteen twenty. You know, it has the pillars in their all around arena..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Preseason before they actually implemented for a season because it seems like discussion right here any other one Jimmy came up as you're talking about the overtime and you'll be interested in this. We were out to dinner yesterday, and we were in in Vic Fangio, and we're talking about you know, how to do it. How to do it? How to do it in turn around? He goes I'm going to give you an idea that I have never heard discussed before. And he went to your rule about you know, the game ends and evolves on thirty five yard line of all aside yard Ranko. Yeah. You take a two minute or whatever. And you put the ball there, and you go, and I said, you know, Vick I'm gonna tell you. There's only one other guy that I heard ever come up with that. So, you know, he did he was he was his. But I told me only guys I heard come up with it. You guys are on the same mental tracker mental wavelength or something because whether he'll bring it up he said, he's a little reluctant to speak at age as only a couple of months, it'll be interesting zero that goes, yeah, I think I mentioned that too. When I was I came up with that longtime ago. Do you think you mentioned it to think I did? Biggest take out his his own right now. Yeah. At the end of the the end of the game would just you would just go into a fifth quarter who's ever wherever they add the ball wherever it's at the just continue to to play the game until somebody wins become sudden death, but it's just played out like a like a fifth quarter wanted. They're talking about is doing at the college roles. Interesting thing when you you just listen, there seems to be a they drag their feet a little bit on doing any colleges. Do you know for fear of you know, I I'm just saying I have no idea but for fear of following. It must rather collegiate game. Follow the pro game rather than the pro game. Follow the collegiate game talking about doing the twenty five yard line in overtime. I think it's terrible. It's terrible. They wanted five yard line close. Right. If they did that back and forth kind of thing like college you'd have to start at like, the fifty or something or your own forty or like twenty-five everyone's going to make the field goal or or maybe you just can't kick. Well, it's just it's it's it's a flawed way of doing. All you have to do is watch the LSU who we watch and Dan LSU and. Maybe it might have been eleven overtimes or eight overtimes or something guys are like you talk about health and safety..

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"wolverines" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The Spartans in wolverines fighting it out for a big ten championship. Tim cates. Back insider progressive insurance studios in Los Angeles. Michigan and Michigan state advancing in meeting. Now. The twenty nineteen big ten championship game at the United Center. In chicago. These two interstate teams meeting for the one hundred ninety time all time Michigan leaves the head to head series with one hundred six wins. Michigan state though, one both the head to head meetings. This season February twenty fourth in Ann Arbor, seventy seven to seventy and then eight days ago in east Lansing, Michigan state one again, seventy five sixty three not only winning the game but waiting the big ten regular season title, this rivalry Michigan. Michigan state, great not only in football. But in basketball to Michigan head coach John beeline says could be the best rivalry in all sports. I think he's far as anybody's Michigan. Michigan state fan. It is that it's not as sexy as the Duke North Carolina game. We're we we may have NBA players here. Hollywood star. Hours or whatever. That's okay, show me another place where they got two people in the state. They've been to four final fours in the last ten years. We have four championships. They got more than that in the last ten years. Right. You got gray rivalries everywhere. But not ones that are playing this deep Marsh, not not the ones that say, they they sweep us. We sweep them. We split day. Sweep bus damn they split. It's been a great particularly the last nine years we had to get our thing going a little bit. The first few years were good to us. But after that, we shot we got we got two great programs. It's not a great fair states. Great for college basketball to clean programs. We both have had injuries we still maintain. Our Billy to be good at the postseason. Right. We both have guys go pro allot, we still maintain that. You get good people. You get great support for your administration in these two states and these two universities, and we get great fans and alums Michigan state Spartans twenty seven and six overall. They were the co champions of the big tender in the regular season Tom Izzo steam, the number one seat in. In this big ten tournament after buys in the opening two rounds? Michigan state beat Ohio State in the quarterfinals seventy seven seventy yesterday in the semis. Michigan state with the route over Wisconsin, sixty seventy to fifty five Michigan state led by big ten player of the year. Caches Winston third in the nation in assists. He averages nineteen points per game ends the only player in the country, averaging eighteen points, seven assists and shooting forty percent from three point range. Big man, Nick ward is back and healthy. But still hasn't gotten his legs underneath them in playing just two games since returning from a broken hand Tillman Matt mcquade, they combined for nineteen points per game while six seven Ford Kenny joins is starting to turn heads as a senior as now averaging eight and a half points and nine rebounds per game head coach Tom Izzo, Ken. He's probably been the guy. That's changed. Our teamed throughout the last two and a half months. You know, he is one of our best defenders he is our best rebounder, he is her mom, maybe our best condition guy, and he is really figure. Out how shoot the ball. And does it. With a high percentage and Kenny deserves a lot more than I probably given them. But I think KENNY'S putting himself in a position where there's gonna be some basketball for Kenny after college Michigan state their deep. They're talented, and they know how to win especially in the postseason. They're going to be a tough match up. Again, the third time around for John beeline talking about a team that has just played great basketball all year long played a very demanding schedule the injuries, certainly I feel bad for the the two injuries that they've had the fact is they're playing at a high level rate now like they had they had no injuries. And so you got to you understand you get one of the hall of fame. Coach is incredible at his team's execution on offense and defense, and we haven't played well against them. And that's because they played so well against us. So Bama third time we go we're going to go after the championship. Again, you only get so many chances to win a championship a chance to do it. Right now, we're going to every weekend to win this championship. Because we didn't get the last one Michigan wolverines twenty eight and five over all the number three seed in this big ten tournament. John team led by freshman Ignace bras Davis and his fifteen points per game. The big ten freshman of the year shoot. Forty six percent from the floor. Forty two percent from beyond the arc Jordan pool. Exhibitor Simpson part of Michigan's three guard backward. They combined for twenty one points and seven assists per game. Senior Charles Matthews is healthy and averaging twelve and a half points per game in the middle. John Taskey averaging ten points and seven rebounds per game. This Michigan wolverines team balance an offense and really tough on deepens top three in the country. This is a signature John beeline coached team. I think it's it's pretty consistent with the teams. We've always had low turnovers right team. A lot of skilled guys it will share the ball. We've had over twenty assists. The last two games guys will share the ball a lot of shooters skilled guys a big a big center who. Shoot a little bit. And it just that's that's the identity of many of our place now, and we've got really good. If you compare it to other teams, you all the way back to Darius Morris to Trey Burke, the Derrick Walton to save your Simpson. Great point guards make very good teams. Michigan and Michigan state two teams familiar plan on this stage, the Spartans there's is their seventh appearance in the big ten championship game going for their sixth title while Michigan is going for their third straight big ten tournament title and come in having won ten in a row in tournament. Play coach beeline says there's just something about the postseason and his team's only I could say that must be something. We're doing all year long. It might be mid major mentality way. Before that, you know, how you play the season doesn't mean anything you've got to win your tournament. But I wish that there's nothing intentional here. We're just trying to get better every day. Right. And then I think if you go into tournaments, and you're usually a team that doesn't beat itself during the. Season. Maybe add some success then but this is not intentional. It's just it's just happens. Sometimes should be a good one. It's the battle of Michigan between the Spartans in the wolverines when we come back. We'll get you. Updated on all the games around the conference tournaments that are wrapping up in college basketball in this election Sunday. It's Michigan state and Michigan tip off is coming up shortly. I'm Tim k two you're listening to.

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"wolverines" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Well, if there was a band aid for that bruise. It was that. Phone call from Harbaugh. It was exciting to hear his voice Angelique shin guards. Joining us cover is the Michigan wolverines for the Detroit. News has their own great podcast, which I happen to be a part of not long ago and Angelique great to have you back. I see you survive the college football season with Jim Harbaugh. Good afternoon. Arrive is the right word. And you know, I I will echo Gaddis. It's exciting to hear your voice all about that. So usually we we hear horror stories coming from we from Jim Harbaugh. We don't usually see him as a white Knight. But in this case, it looks like he he is tell us what you know about this. Well, I mean, I think it's you know, it's it's become apply. That I think you should get fans really wanted to to see. And they you know, I think there there was a frustration. This post on certainly I think you and I discussed this starting last June. I Tedeschi jambiya. Why don't you have an offense coordinator every why why don't you this? And he said that the time Paul that they you know, they're going with collaborative process and that to me did not sound like a great working situation and who's calling plays. No one really ever knew that for sure I finally asked him about three or four games in the season. He said pep. Hamilton was calling about eighty percent of them. It was just it was strange process. And I think these last two games, you know, I think that was evidence that that that clearly there needs to be changed. So I think he went younger anyone innovative, and you know, hardware. Seventies followed Josh Gazza's career certainly knew of him when there's a Penn State with James Franklin knows of his success developing receivers, he had some. Very good perceiver some currently in the NFL and develop them at Vanderbilt and it western Michigan. And I had a chance to talk to a couple of his coaches, Jim grow coach that Wake Forest and and built coup-bid who he worked for at western. And they both sang praises and Cuban even said that he was getting called when Gaddis was at Penn State and NFL guys looking for receivers coaches, and he's like, you know, this is a guy you should be following. She put name on your list and even ten thirty five, you know, the coaching business. They he was he was turning heads. And and you certainly turn Jim set. Yeah. It was I found it interesting that what he said about saving. Now. Give us the context of that podcast. I must admit I've listened to your podcast. I've never listened to Harbaugh's. Yeah. Well that that's quite a coup for me. But it's you know, he heard the pica over a year ago. And and he's he's always on with his father jacquard ball. And so it's Jimmy Jack, and they have a moderator and our wine trial, and he was asking the questions, and you know, I think it was I thought it was very interesting because without he was going to Maryland early in the day. Right. I think everyone thought that is going to join Loxley. And and I thought that was really intriguing to how quickly this turn. And and how her about city hurt through the grapevine that Gaddis was thinking about leaving. And then all of a sudden, you know, if you later, boom, he's he's signed a, you know, basically a contract with Michigan. And he beheading, Dan Arbor. So you know, I they were quickly. I think you know, I think you know, that the coaches, but I I just can't believe he was dust identified. Right. I mean, I think this is something that has sort list, and and he was someone that they had on that list. And and and they made that happen quickly. Enjoy. Let's talk a little bit about Jim Harbaugh and the way the season ended badly lost Ohio State was one thing..

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"wolverines" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"wolverines" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"Wolverines mad at you. Right now. Hey, I got a question ready for the wall. And I mentioned this depend because he didn't see it evidently, but you know, you commented on my a shared it on prep page, and I'm just going to read the headline that I was expect to hear reaction from. This is funny at passion twenty nineteen students raise forty or four hundred thousand to translate bible for the death. Lowell. And the whole article is how proud they are. They saved this money up to translate the bible for the death. I don't get it. Oh my God. A Mike deaf deaf. People can fuck out. Oh, that's the joke. Like well. That's the headline is it real. Yeah. It's able to admit story. I read it. I'm like, and I thought this is funny. And then I read the story, I'm like, the real reactions funding her story, I'm going to be honest with you, which Fox News. Can't be fake. But now there's a couple of articles that I of course, I go down rabbit holes to see if anybody else was make fun of it because I'm like house. It's not funny. I don't even I don't even think I saw that. Somehow, I missed it. Yeah. It's like how did I not get comments or you guys just lose it? Because I mean, they're proud in their boat boasting that they can translate the bible for the deaf. Like like what somebody's gonna do? Do it in sign language for them. Well, they do that. There is there's talking like they're talking. If you put subtitles off they don't have to. Well. Well, braille was already taken. So they had to do sign Ling Hayward translating. To braille for the blind. I'm pretty sure it's been done. Right. I would do I wouldn't call it translating. I wouldn't call it. Converting. Converting. It is still not traced different letter for letter, really. But it's it's different than like death is literally you read a is a deaf person the same way, I read a. Sound the same when they say it doesn't. Oh, man. He's going to translate this. Mud. Brad. Should definite retorted. That's just me reading the bible off handicaps or the same. Yeah. Special olympics. I blame the army. No, some of them are dumber and others. They refuse to get the the handicapped placard, why would you get a handicapped placard if you're not handicapped, you are? I'm not them. Actually, honestly, you shouldn't be driving. But at all that's why I don't have a handicapped, I have to tell them what my handicap is then you would have to walk less far with your seeing eye dog if you're parked towards the, but then people could see me getting in the car because I'd be close to the store with the seeing idled. But they don't know what's wrong with you. They're not using the same day, which I'm still waiting for somebody's going to recognize it like we talked about before day. These drive everywhere you go or somebody is it'd be nice to closer it. Then I don't even now I won't even do it. Then because. Well, it's more dangerous if you're nearly blind walking across an entire parking lot where somebody go they're probably going to be with me. And I have a dog supposed to tell the, hey, stop them. If they're real tired of driving around get right now your dog just wants valley faith person. He could fend for himself. Being is Elliott. It does surprise me. How stupid people are like before? I had any busy shoes. I knew what a guide dog handle. Look like like I knew how they held the dog. You see it all the time. I use it to get up to the rental cars place. Get my keys car in fairness, just a service animal. I have the handle your real good at faking. You're really good at it. I didn't even know for the longest time. How serious it was. Because you play you downplayed it so much. You're still jumping airplanes for. So. I went I so I look at my ultimate or a lot. I speak in a stupid. I could see the red. So the flat earth society is planning a cruise around the world around not around the world. They're going to roll the they're gonna prove once and for all they're gonna find the edge. Right. So the edges to them is this big ice while card and Artika. Which if you sail south you'll definitely run into that..

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