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Wolverine Sounds

Wolverine Sounds Podcast Network

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The unofficial sound of Michigan Athletics. Tune in to listen to Wolverine Sounds. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wolverinesounds/support
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TheWolverine.com is the most iconic Michigan Wolverines fan site and magazine. Led by an experienced and uber-talented team of Michigan Wolverine sports and recruiting insiders, fans will have unparalleled access to breaking news, inside scoop and analysis.
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Locked On Wolverines podcast is the daily podcast that keeps you ahead of the games and the first to know the latest news, analysis, and insider info for the Michigan Wolverines. Hosted by Isaiah Hole of WolverineWire at USA Today, the Locked On Wolverines podcast provides your daily Michigan Wolverines fix with expert opinions, film reviews, interviews with athletes and coaches, recaps, local analysis, and coverage of all things Michigan athletics. From the hallowed grounds of the “Big Hous ...
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Wolverine Confidential

MLive's Aaron McMann, Andrew Kahn, and Ryan Zuke

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Wolverine Confidential is the definitive podcast for University of Michigan sports news and analysis. Hosts Andrew Kahn, Aaron McMann and Ryan Zuke cover the football, basketball and hockey teams as well as other sports.
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This is a podcast all about one of the most popular X-Men of all: Wolverine. He's the best there is at what he does! But what makes him the best? Does his skill stem from his time spent as a government weapon in Canada? Maybe he developed his penchant for punching in the bawdy nightclubs of Madripoor’s Lowtown. Explore all these aspects of Wolverine and more with a new theme each month! And if that’s not enough, tune in every weekend for Saturday Morning Sniktoons, a sister series where we b ...
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Marvel’s “Wolverine: The Lost Trail” is an epic quest that takes place in the Louisiana bayou. Following the events of Marvel’s “Wolverine: The Long Night,” Logan (Richard Armitage) returns to New Orleans in search of redemption, only to discover that his ex-lover, Maureen is nowhere to be found. And she's not the only one. Dozens of humans and mutants have gone missing, including the mother of a teenage boy, Marcus Baptiste. With Weapon X in close pursuit, Logan and Marcus must team up and ...
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Following the events of Marvel’s “Wolverine: The Long Night,” Logan (Richard Armitage) returns to New Orleans in search of redemption, only to discover that dozens of humans and mutants have gone missing. Thanks for listening on Apple Podcasts!
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Thirty years ago, Super Villains won. After killing the Avengers, the X-Men, and nearly every other Super Hero, the Red Skull assumed the office of President of the United States. Since that day, a traumatized Wolverine (Robert Patrick) has wandered in a daze of survivor’s guilt and self-loathing over his failure to protect his fellow X-Men and their mutant students. Wolverine encounters Sofia, a young mutant in-hiding and vows to transport her into the safe hands of estranged former X-Men K ...
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There are over 13,000 First-Generation Students at Utah Valley University, and each one has different questions, concerns, and interests. Wolverine Motivators seeks to address students' needs by exploring various resources and opportunities available for students on campus and in the community.
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A new book is coming out on Michigan football and there's an excerpt of a chapter about Jim Harbaugh leaving Michigan, spanning from the time the NCAA started investigating and the interim between the national championship game and when he accepted the Chargers job. Some media outlets are proclaiming that, due to what it says in the excerpt, Warde …
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TheWolverine.com's Anthony Broome is joined by On3 Director of Scouting and Rankings Charles Power to discuss his thoughts on Michigan football's quarterback situation both in the short and long-term, headlined by Alex Orji, Jadyn Davis and Carter Smith, his favorite players in the 2024 class and more. Topics: (00:00) - Intro/TheWolverineOnDemand.c…
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Michigan football landed four secondary players over the weekend, turning a question mark on defense into another strength. We discuss each player, where they fit and who might start this fall. Plus, we recap NCAA tournament action for softball, women's tennis and women's lacrosse. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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It's Saturday Morning, Bub! Unfortunately my good pal Brett and I just could not get our schedules to lineup to tackle this episode. Luckily, returning guest Steve Banvard was able to step in and help out. We breakdown the final episode of the season and then hold a mega discussion and top list comparisons for the entire season! Should be an amazin…
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Dusty May is in the thick of building his team for the 2024-25 Michigan basketball season. We react to the roster with many new faces and pick a few new players we are most excited about. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wolverinesounds/messageSupport this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wolverin…
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Michigan head basketball coach Dusty May has done a phenomenal job since taking over in late-March. He has put together a phenomenal staff, retained a few players who could really help when it comes to depth, landed three high school prospects from the recruiting trail and, most importantly, nabbed six big-time transfer targets to just about round …
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On today's Balas and Skene show: The Michigan football team’s fate will depend a lot on offensive improvement this year, most likely, starting up front. The offensive line has pieces, but we’re not quite sure how they fit together … in addition, the quarterback room is a huge question mark, and there isn’t much depth at wide receiver. Learn more ab…
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ESPN has released both the post-spring power rankings as well as Bill Connelly's advanced analytics, SP+, within the past two days and Michigan football doesn't look like it's falling off a ton. Ranked No. 10 in one and No. 6 in the other, there are reasons for optimism in Ann Arbor. We break down what it will take for the Wolverines to excel. Then…
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The long-awaited Michigan Mailbag is back and tackling all your Michigan Wolverines questions! From the transfer portal and the state of NIL, to the recruiting department and the state of Michigan football recruiting, to the staff in general, game hypotheticals, meta questions about the podcast itself, you had a ton of questions for us and we did o…
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TheWolverine.com's Anthony Broome and Chris Balas discuss Michigan football's four additions in the transfer portal at defensive back last week, breaking down Semaj Morgan's comments from over the weekend and more in a Q&A segment to close out the show. Use promo code "UM1" at checkout when purchasing a monthly subscription at thewolverine.com to g…
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Both of Michigan football's rival fanbases decided to have little meltdowns on Friday due to difference circumstances involving the Wolverines. First, it was Michigan State. Though the Spartans ended up getting a former Wolverine via the transfer portal on Friday, hours earlier they were in meltdown mode due to starting safety Jaden Mangham transfe…
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Unlike at this time last year, Michigan football hasn't been quite so aggressive when it's come to recruiting the transfer portal. What's more, there haven't been a lot of big names who have appeared to consider the Wolverines, despite the national championship. We're getting into the strategy, what Michigan needs to do better, what it's doing well…
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Takeaways from Michigan landing a commitment from four-star Birmingham (Mich.) Groves offensive lineman Avery Gach on May 3 were discussed on The Wolverine live Tuesday recruiting show with analysts EJ Holland and Zach Libby. Holland and Libby also spoke on a number of key 2025 targets they recently saw on the road during the spring evaluation peri…
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Outgoing Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith recently said Michigan's wins over the Buckeyes and 2021 and 2022 should have an asterisk. Plus, three Michigan spring sports teams advance in NCAA Tournament, while softball will open regional play this week after winning the Big Ten Tournament title. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon…
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Last week, outgoing Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith decided it was in his and his school's best interest to show everyone that THE Ohio State University is still THE softest program in college football. Smith said there should be an asterisk next to Michigan's three wins over the Buckeyes, highlighting that even he apparently has no idea wh…
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TheWolverine.com's Anthony Broome and Clayton Sayfie discuss a variety of topics in a mailbag edition of the Monday show. Topics covered include: (00:00) - Intro (2:41) - Warde Manuel's job as AD in 2024 (7:12) - Remaining transfer portal needs by position and walk-on standouts (13:50) - Night game predictions for this season (19:25) - Predicting y…
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It's Saturday Morning, Bub! Last week you heard my special guest Brett Scott (not for the first time, either) as he made a special appearance on this show. Well this week I returned the favor and did a guest appearance on his show Marvel Plus. I am presenting his episode to you here as SMS 78. I hope you like it, and if you do, make sure to check o…
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TheWolverine.com's Chris Balas, Clayton Sayfie and Anthony Broome give their ratings for different attributes of Michigan football quarterbacks for the EA Sports College Football video game, discuss the Wolverines being a top school for Grand Valley State DT transfer Jay'Viar Suggs, U-M's new NIL general manager, Terése Whitehead, and takeaways fro…
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The biggest thing in all of pop culture over the past week-plus has been the rap battle going down between superstars Drake and Kendrick Lamar. And Michigan football co-opted the beef, seemingly picking a side in the best possible way. While it's something that seems like it doesn't matter, it actually could have some residual effects. We explain t…
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Now we're in full post-spring, offseason mode and though we're months away from fall camp, we're looking forward to the 2024 college football season. So with the return of the Michigan Mailbag, we're looking at roster battles, team needs, the transfer portal, recruiting hits and misses, and much more. Answering all your Michigan football (and baske…
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Michigan's football team has lost a handful of players to the transfer portal this spring but also has added some new players, including a new face. Dusty May has revamped basketball's roster. Plus, spring sports postseason updates and NFL draft recap. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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TheWolverine.com's Anthony Broome, Chris Balas and Clayton Sayfie discuss some of the takeaways from spring football, where the priorities are in the transfer portal and more. Also discussed is Balas' 1-on-1 conversation with Dusty May and how the hoops roster has come together. The final segment includes your questions! Learn more about your ad ch…
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It's Saturday Morning, Bub! Come listen as special returning guest Brett Scott and I breakdown and discuss X-Men '97 S1E08 Tolerance is Extinction Part 1. Stay tuned afterwards as we speculate wildly about the final two episodes, how the X-Men will shape the MCU when they finally arrive, and even talk about Paramount+ programming! Email: Talksnikt@…
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Breaking down three Michigan Wolverines football commitments, seven April departures with the transfer portal now closed and the targets that are currently on the board. Then, On3 national reporter Pete Nakos joins the show to talk Michigan and big-picture CFB topics. We finish by analyzing Nimari Burnett's return to Michigan basketball. Clayton Sa…
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It's been a long time coming but we have a special guest in our friend Josh Pate, the host of Late Kick Live on 247Sports and frequent contributor on CBS Sports HQ. Pate discusses the Michigan football season that was, why the Wolverines were the last great national champion. Why the Connor Stalions saga means nothing when it comes to the validity …
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The past week has been a weird one for Michigan football, losing many backup linebackers to the transfer portal, and a few others. But with the transfer portal now closed for undergrads (for the time being) we discuss how the Wolverines have ended up to this point. Yes, Michigan has lost 17 transfers, but maybe only two or three were expected to be…
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While Michigan football didn't break the NFL draft record for most players taken by a single school in one draft, the Wolverines did break a school record and were often the talk of the draft (if not the town, since it was held in Detroit, Michigan this year). From J.J. McCarthy going to the Vikings, several players going to the Chargers, the late-…
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Happy Saturday Morning, Bub! Come listen as special returning guest Jamie Sherman and I breakdown and discuss X-Men '97 S1E07 Bright Eyes. Stay tuned after the breakdown to hear us talk about the most recent trailer for Deadpool and Wolverine! Email: Talksnikt@gmail.com Discord: https://discord.gg/MnD3cG5s Speakpipe: https://www.speakpipe.com/Talki…
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It's a tale of two sports this week as Michigan football has had some unexpected losses of (mostly) depth players to the transfer portal. We talk the departures of cornerback DJ Waller, linebacker Jeremiah Beasley, and offensive lineman Amir Herring and how that affects the team. Also, why the Wolverines, assuming the status quo, could be in good s…
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Breaking down Michigan's draft prospects, including where J.J. McCarthy will end up and if the Wolverines will break the NFL Draft record set by Georgia with 15 picks in 2022. We also discuss spring football surprise players and position groups, before moving to basketball, where head coach Dusty May is STILL going to be adding to his roster. Clayt…
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The draft begins Thursday in Detroit, and Michigan has a chance to best Georgia's single-season record of 15 draftees. Will they do it? We discuss. Plus, plenty of talk on J.J. McCarthy, potential surprises and we recap Dusty May's flurry of portal activity with Michigan basketball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Last year, PFF college football analyst Max Chadwick joined the show and made some bold proclamations, which ended up coming true -- he predicted that Michigan football would win the 2023 national championship. While he's not going to similar lengths in 2024, he shared his thoughts on the Wolverines, ranging from four potential first-round draft pi…
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TheWolverine.com's Anthony Broome and Clayton Sayfie discuss position-by-position takeaways from the Michigan football spring game, in addition to Dusty May's hot streak in the transfer portal. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesAf TheWolverine.com
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We got our first glimpse of Sherrone Moore's version of Michigan football and the Wolverines didn't look too much different than they did a year ago. Yes, there were some question marks, but overall, position-by-position, there were more positives than there were negatives. We touch on the defense under Wink Martindale, the quarterback battle, the …
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Happy Saturday Morning, Bub! Come listen as special returning guest Ryan Sainio and I breakdown and discuss X-Men '97 S1E06 Lifedeath Part 2. Stay tuned after the breakdown to hear us talk about a mutual favorite game Marvel Champions, a living card game from Fantasy Flight Games featuring so many marvel characters, including tons of X-Men. email: …
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The Michigan football spring game is coming up on Saturday, and fans are very curious about what they might see when the Maize team matches up against the Blue team. With the Wolverines about to have a public scrimmage at The Big House, you all have questions -- which means the return of the Michigan Mailbag! We answer all your questions, ranging f…
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The Wolverine's 2024 Michigan Football Spring Game Mock Draft is here! Clayton Sayfie (Maize Team, coached by Kirk Campbell) and Anthony Broome (Blue Team, coached by Wink Martindale) draft their teams ahead of Saturday's spring game. Mason Graham went No. 1, but who was next? Reserve your National Champions Commemorative magazine at https://bit.ly…
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The first of Michigan football's NCAA investigations has been concluded and the penalties aren't exactly severe for the Wolverines. However, there is the extrication of Jim Harbaugh from the investigational results. We share our thoughts on the whole matter as it pertains to the maize and blue, whether or not Michigan threw Jim Harbaugh under the b…
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A preview of this weekend’s visiting recruits for Michigan’s spring game was discussed on The Wolverine live Tuesday recruiting show with analysts EJ Holland and Zach Libby, including one of the pass rushers in the 2025 recruiting class – Top 100 Oak (Ill.) Fenwick EDGE Nate Marshall. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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While we wait for Michigan Football to have news outside of OWIs, we talk about Michigan's upcoming spring game and the potential quarterback battle. We also discuss Dusty May and Michigan Basketball as a roster is expected to take shape sooner rather than later. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wolverinesounds/m…
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Favored and prodigal son Denard Robinson is in some big trouble as he was arrested on Monday morning for driving while intoxicated following a single-car crash. We discuss the ramifications and the difficulty that new Michigan football head coach Sherrone Moore has been put in as he deals with his second-such incident in a month's time. Should Robi…
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TheWolverine.com's Anthony Broome, Chris Balas and Clayton Sayfie discuss the latest with Michigan football's quarterback battle, positional needs with the transfer portal opening Tuesday and a group-by-group spring game preview. Reserve your National Champions Commemorative magazine at https://bit.ly/univofmich Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
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Michigan hockey lost in the national semifinals for the third year in a row. We discuss what went wrong and what's next for the program. The football spring game is this Saturday and all eyes will be on the quarterbacks. Plus, the transfer portal opens on Tuesday. In basketball news, the men's team is looking to add players while the women's team h…
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Happy Saturday Morning, Bub! Come listen as special returning guest Kurt Schmidt and I breakdown and discuss X-Men '97 S1E05 Remember It. Stay tuned after the breakdown to hear us talk about what X-Men fandom we've been up to lately, and compare a top five of what nerdy things we're most looking forward to throughout the remainder of the year. Emai…
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The Michigan football team is just over a week away from completing spring ball and we have a pretty good idea of who's doing what on both sides of the ball. On today's episode, we're examining the offense, breaking down each position with a likely starter and backup. Ranging from the offensive line across all five positions, the skill positions (t…
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After a perfect 15-0, national championship season, Michigan is flying high but does have a lot to figure out heading into the 2024 season. New head coach Sherrone Moore had to hire six new assistants and move around a few others into new positions. He and his staff also have to find a new starting quarterback, a couple new wide receivers, a replac…
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