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Welcome to MGoBlue Podcasts -- the new podcast home of Michigan Athletics. Here at MGoBlue Podcasts, you'll find several recurring series: In the Trenches (an in-depth look at the Wolverines' football program), Defend the Block (interviews, game recaps and more with Michigan men's and women's basketball), and Conqu'ring Heroes (a one-stop show for the latest on every Michigan program). MGoBlue Podcasts are produced by the Michigan Sports Network from Learfield IMG College in partnership with ...
 
Know the biggest stories of what's happening in Ann Arbor, with Michigan football and with the Wolverines basketball team, as WolverinesWire/USA Today's Isaiah Hole goes deep into the inner happenings of all things Michigan Athletics on the Locked On Wolverines Podcast, part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
 
The Michigan Man Podcast is produced for die hard Wolverine fans. The show will include weekly interviews with Michigan Bloggers and other special guests. The center piece of the show will be fan feedback. We want fans to phone in audio posts, and email their comments, rants...whatever is on their mind regarding Michigan athletics. The Podcast format will evolve in the coming months. Initially we will have four segments. 1) The View from section 17 - Commentary from host Mike Fitzpatrick 2) ...
 
A daily podcast about Big Ten football hosted by The Athletic CFB's staff, including Nicole Auerbach, Audrey Snyder, Bill Landis, Scott Dochterman, Mitch Sherman, Jesse Temple, Colton Pouncy, Austin Meek & Ari Wasserman. We’ll cover all 14 teams with something new every day. So establish the run and make us part of your daily routine.
 
Michigan Talks Japan is a new podcast from the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan. In it, Prof. Allison Alexy talks with leading scholars doing research on Japan about their work, their backgrounds, and their recommendations in the field. Crossing academic disciplines and time periods, the podcast highlights new and exciting scholarship in Japanese Studies. More at: https://ii.umich.edu/cjs/podcast/
 
The Michigan Runner Girl podcast is where you'll find a passion for running crosses paths with a love of living healthy in the beautiful state of Michigan. Runner, mother, writer and lover of all things Michigan Heather Durocher, creator of the running and travel site MichiganRunnerGirl.com, hosts the show, along with regular appearances by fellow Michigan Runner Girls (and Guys). Expect to hear informative and entertaining conversations with runners, race directors and fitness experts throu ...
 
Conversations that matter to Michigan. Each weekday, host April Baer will bring you stories from people across the state—from policymakers in Lansing, to entrepreneurs in Detroit, to artists in Grand Rapids. To access full episodes and individual story segments, please visit michiganradio.org.
 
Wil Hunter and Matt Sheehan bring you a daily podcast on the Michigan State Spartans with Locked On Spartans, part of the Locked On Podcast Network. Check in with new episodes five times a week to get game previews, team news and in-depth stats and matchups for the Spartans. Plus Wil and Matt bring you interviews with the reporters, athletes and coaches of your favorite Spartan teams. Catch new episodes of Locked on Spartans every Monday through Friday, part of the Locked On Podcast Network.
 
Michigan Medicine News Break is your destination for news and stories about the future of healthcare. Our daily briefing gives an insider’s perspective on cutting-edge research news, practical health information, and inspiring stories of survival and overcoming incredible odds with the help of the Leaders & Best at Michigan Medicine, one of the nation’s best hospitals and the academic medical center of the University of Michigan. All News Break content including health news, best practices a ...
 
Carl Johnson is a professional stand up comedian from Michigan with over 10 years of experience. He sits down with his comedian friends to talk about the Michigan comedy scene, comedy in general, and all different kinds of nonsense. People have stated under their breath "Maybe Some Other Time is the best comedy podcast in Michigan".
 
In agriculture, things change fast and growers need on time, on task, and on target weather, crop and pest information. To meet this need, the Michigan State University Extension (MSUE) Field Crops team will provide farmers and agribusiness with timely podcasts. "In the weeds" will be discussing critical issues facing our farming industry every other week.‘Virtual Breakfasts’ occurs each week during the growing season with in-the-season updates.You can participate by phone, mobile device or ...
 
Steve Lehto: author, attorney. Over 27 years of practicing Michigan Lemon Law and more than a dozen books written. Lehto's Law is the podcast reincarnation of the radio show Lehto hosted for many years in Michigan, answering questions on consumer law. www.lehtoslaw.com Twitter: @stevelehto
 
Business Beyond Usual is a podcast from MBA students at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. In each episode, classmates tackle a burning issue in the business world or business education. There are no rules, no moderators, and no boundaries. This isn’t your typical b-school podcast. We’re taking business beyond usual. Subscribe for new episodes throughout the fall and winter.
 
Transforming Lives is our mission here at Stones Church Kalamazoo, Michigan and also the name of our daily local television broadcast in SW Michigan. To transform lives by the power of God's word is as much our assignment here in Michigan as it is internationally. Joel A. Brooks, Jr. provides practical insight, humor and a solid Biblical foundation that is changing lives of all ages, social statuses and backgrounds. Join us for Transforming Lives.
 
Stu Douglass is a Carmel, Ind., native who spent four years in Ann Arbor under Beilein from 2008-12, making the NCAA tournament three of his four seasons. Douglass was the co-captain both his junior and senior campaigns and played in a record-setting 136 consecutive games in Ann Arbor. Since graduating, Douglass has played professionally in Spain and Israel.
 
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Wil and Matt talk about what they are expecting from the Michigan State spring game/practice and what they will be looking for with the quarterbacks, the starting groups and more. Plus, Fade Friday brought to you by Betonline.Ag. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Locked On Podcast Network, College Sports, College Football, College Basketball
 
Discussing more of the Michigan football offseason, some hypothetical questions, lots on outgoing transfers and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy Locked On Podcast Network, College Sports, College Football, College Basketball
 
Welcome to the forth episode of the 2021 season! Today Mike Station, MSU Extension Soybean Educator will host Dr. Manni Singh, Associate Professor Cropping Systems Agronomist. Dr. Singh will be discussing planting considerations for corn and soybeans with an emphasis on best practices for our current weather conditions. Also, Dr. Jeff Andresen, Env…
 
Football lands a top receiver in the 2022 class. Michigan basketball and the transfer portal. QB Joe Milton is reportedly off to Tennessee. Women's gymnastics wins first national title in program history. Eli Brooks is back. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.By MLive's Aaron McMann and Andrew Kahn
 
1) My Thoughts: Congratulations to Women's Gymnastics 2) Game Day: Wolverine Magazine Editor John Borton thinks fans have lowered their expectations for this fall 3) Quick Hits: The latest baseball and softball news Website: www.themichiganmanpodcast.com Email: themichiganmanpodcast@yahoo.comBy Mike Fitzpatrick
 
“We just want to put on a safe event and get back to racing.” ~Andrew Buikema, west Michigan race director, marathoner, recent BQ-qualifer(!). Andrew shares this sentiment — and many other heartfelt thoughts — during a candid conversation with two other experienced Michigan race directors, that touches on so much: the current state of racing, the u…
 
Now that a jury in Minnesota has convicted Derek Chauvin on three counts for the murder of George Floyd, the United States has entered a new chapter in its national conversation about police and use of force. But how different will this chapter be from what’s come before — and how much might change within the country’s criminal justice system and t…
 
In a loaded football episode, we break down two breaking news developments, offer our thoughts on Michigan’s secret scrimmage, offer some quick spring takeaways and answer a host of Michigan football questions. We begin by taking a look at the developing story that Xavier Worthy asked out of his national letter of intent. We discuss Worthy’s recrui…
 
The CDC and FDA have recommended a “pause” in the single-dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine, after the company made a disclosure. Of the nearly 7 million people who’ve received the vaccine, six women experienced blood clots. The story has complicated the picture for a state that’s trying to vaccinate its way out of the latest COVID surge. But how lon…
 
With David Nasternak and Alex Drain This Podcast Has a Sponsor: Michigan Law Grad Jonathan Paul is the guy with the C you want skating next to the ref and pleading your case. He's also a good guy to sit next to at the hockey games. Segment 1: Draftees & Forwards starts at 0:51 Alex mocks Michigan players to the draft. Does not talk about the Sabres…
 
In this episode, Allison Alexy talks with Prof. Jolyon Baraka Thomas, whose research focuses on religion as it intersects with media, freedom, education, and capitalism. The conversation centers on his book Faking Liberties: Religious Freedom in American-Occupied Japan. Topics of discussion include: State Shintō, religious freedom, the Meiji Consti…
 
As Canadian officials lobbied a Michigan Senate committee in March to keep the Line 5 pipeline open, Sen. Winnie Brinks (D-Grand Rapids) grew frustrated with a conversation that, up to that point, had focused mainly on the immediate economic and safety implications of a possible shutdown.By llgraham@umich.edu (Lester Graham)
 
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