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Also, the football team is cancelling its spring trip, but that might be the least of its problems right now. Feb 19, Feb 18, Is this it for John Beilein in Cleveland? Also, Michigan Baseball, Basketball, others on fire. Luke Ghiardi and Chris Castellani discuss a very successful weekend for Michigan Athletics with basketball grabbing a win over Indiana and baseball's hot start. Also, John Beilein may be on the way out already with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Feb 13, The Out of the Blue boys break down the grease fueled dumpster fire that is Sparty right now, and finally make the transition over to basketball season in mid-February.
Feb 12, Feb 11, Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss Michigan's huge win over Michigan State over the weekend and how a healthy Isaiah Livers might be what gets the season back on track.
Also, a discussion about MSU's football coaching search and why Wolverine fans should feel lucky about the leadership that's in place in Ann Arbor. Feb 6, The boys of Out of the Blue celebrate Academy Award season by giving out their season awards for Breakout player, lineman of the year, and moment of the year among other categories. Feb 5, Recruiting Podcast: February Signing Day Happy February Signing Day!
Even though it is bound to be a boring day for the Michigan Wolverines, it is still a good opportunity to wrap a bow on the class and look ahead to and beyond. We also talk about a couple interesting transfer portal names off the board, and how a visit went well for a defensive end. Feb 4, Super Bowl recap, commercial and halftime show talk, the road ahead of Michigan hoops and more.
Luke Ghardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani plus a special guest discuss what was a pretty good, not amazing Super Bowl and how offended we are at the halftime show. Then, a discussion about the week that was in Michigan basketball and the road that lies ahead. Jan 30, Recruiting Podcast: Recapping big visit weekend, new rankings. Jan 29, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss Michigan basketball's huge rebound win at Nebraska with the season teetering on the edge of disaster.
No Zavier Simpson and Isaiah Livers? No problem on Tuesday night. Also, remembering a basketball icon gone too soon in Kobe Bryant. Jan 23, Out of the Blue: Depth Chart Predictions. Andy and Jared take on a 12 pack a piece as well as the depth chart in this weeks episode of Out of the Blue.
Jan 22, After a week off, we are back! It was an unintentional week off. About 15 minutes after we finished our recording last week, it was reported linebackers coach Anthony Campanile was headed to the Miami Dolphins Jan 21, Why Michigan hoops may be ready to turn it around, reacting to Jace Howard. Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss the outlook for Michigan basketball after another long week and why the time to get rolling might be now, especially with Isaiah Livers presumably returning soon.
Also, reacting to Jace Howard's commitment and how it affects the scholarship situation and predictions for how this team may look this time next year. Jan 20, Anthony Broome discusses the hires of Bob Shoop and Brian Jean-Mary and how they should fit into the framework of the Michigan program.
Also, what's next for Don Brown and why his successor may now already be in place. Jan 14, The state of Michigan basketball halfway through the season and what might change. Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss where Michigan hoops is at after the loss to Minnesota and what the ceiling might be for the rest of the season with and without Isaiah Livers.
Jan 9, Andy and Jared are back to break down the Citrus Bowl and give out season grades for the Wolverines positional units. Jan 8, Recruiting Podcast: Going through top targets; recapping holiday commitments. Happy New Year, and welcome to the first Future Brew podcast of the decade!
This week, we dive into the top targets at every position for Michigan football in the cycle. We also discuss the commitments for both the football and basketball programs that have happened over the last week. Jan 7, Putting a bow on the football season, talking early departures, hoops and more. We return this week to discuss the fallout from the Citrus Bowl and what we saw out of Michigan in that game, who's decided to leave early, the outlook for and more. Also, reacting to basketball's loss at Michigan State and how expectations should be adjusted accordingly.
Dec 31, Citrus Bowl preview: How Michigan can set itself up to beat Alabama. Enjoy the last game preview podcast for football until next fall! Dec 20, Jared and Andy talk about the state of the defensive tackle depth chart, before breaking down a Citrus Bowl matchup that will give a ton of NFL talent a chance to compete against one another. Dec 19, The early signing period brought very few fireworks for Michigan in , but there were a few things that happened, good and bad, to the Wolverines on Wednesday.
The good — they got their quarterback of the class. The bad — two verbally committed players did not sign. Jon and Von break it all down for you. We also go around the Big Ten and break down some of the better players coming into the conference next season.
Dec 16, The early signing period for the recruiting class begins this Wednesday, so buckle up for a busy and exciting week for the future of Michigan football. We discuss the commits who plan to sign during this period, who is expected to enroll early, the targets left on the board for Michigan, and more! Dec 12, After another disappointing beat down at the hands of Ohio State, Jared and Andy must sadly discuss their thoughts on that game, and the season as a whole.
The fellas offer some optimism when looking ahead to the bowl game against Alabama, and next season. Dec 10, Reacting to Michigan's Citrus Bowl draw vs. Alabama, the road ahead for hoops. Also, a discussion about the state of Michigan basketball in what looks like a now-wide open Big Ten. Dec 5, This week Von and Jon discuss the fallout from the Ohio State game on the recruiting trail and what's next for Michigan now that the Wolverines' regular season is over. Dec 3, A final airing of Ohio State grievances and praise for top-five ranked Michigan basketball.
Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani air grievances one last time over the Ohio State game on Saturday and what might need to change moving forward. Then, we transition into much happier talk with top four-ranked Michigan basketball, who has another behemoth test on Tuesday against Louisville. Dec 1, Ohio State reaction: Self-inflicted wounds, another defensive dud derail shot at historic win. Anthony Broome reacts to the loss at the hands of the Ohio State Buckeyes and what happened in another deflating blowout loss to their biggest rival, including why some of Michigan's stars and captains let down their team, another defensive disaster for Don Brown in The Game, and what's to blame for the gap in this rivalry.
Also, what may next for the Jim Harbaugh era and early thoughts on what might need to change now that the regular season body of work is complete for the season. Nov 29, The Out of the Blue boys have been waiting for this one, and come with some fire breathing takes to hype up the non-believers before Michigan welcomes one of the most dominant college football teams of all-time to Ann Arbor.
Nov 28, Recruiting update: Breaking down the visitors for The Game and much more. Ohio State game, as well as an update from the basketball recruiting trail, as well. Nov 27, Anthony Broome is joined by a pair of Wolverine greats ahead of this year's edition of The Game. First, former Michigan linebacker and national champion Dhani Jones to discusses his memories of the rivalry and the pep talk he would give the current edition of the Wolverines.
Then, radio play-by-play voice Jim Brandstatter to end reveals the process by which he prepares for games, his memories of being on the team that shocked the top-ranked Buckeyes, the parallels this teams shares with his, and much more. Nov 26, Why Michigan football's rebirth can be sustainable against Ohio State. Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome, and Chris Castellani discuss the narratives surrounding Michigan heading into the Ohio State game and what the conversation might look like with either a win or a loss.
Also, why the way Michigan has played since Penn State can be sustainable on Saturday and what the baseline expectation for the showdown with the Buckeyes should be. Nov 25, Anthony Broome takes an early look at Ohio State and the matchup ahead of this weekend's rivalry renewal and what the blueprints to an upset over the Buckeyes might look like. Nov 24, Indiana reactions: Michigan proves ready for Ohio State after blowing out Hoosiers. Anthony Broome reacts to Michigan's win over Indiana on Saturday, which was led by another prolific performance from Shea Patterson and the Wolverine offense.
Also, another tip of the cap to Jim Harbaugh, Josh Gattis and Don Brown, who continue to press the right buttons and adjust accordingly after a disastrous start to the season and why Michigan looks ready to give the Buckeyes a game next weekend.
Nov 21, Jared and Andy basque in the Sparty tears breaking down one of the best wins of the Harbaugh era. Looking ahead, the boys break down the matchup with a more than competent Indiana team. Nov 20, We have a jam-packed Future Brew podcast for you this week, as Von and Jon recap the significant Michigan football visitors from this past weekend, including four-star tight end Theo Johnson. They also talk about the recruiting of the guard position, and whether or not Michigan lands another one in the class or waits until Nov 19, Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss the final thoughts from the blowout rivalry win over Michigan State and how it affects the road ahead for Michigan's final two games, starting with Indiana this weekend.
Also, if we are starting to feel confident that Michigan is at least gaining a bit of ground on the Ohio State Buckeyes. Nov 18, The latest Michigan bowl projections, what's up with Isaiah Todd, more. Anthony Broome discusses the storylines from Sunday afternoon after the MSU game, including the latest bowl projections, the new polls, the line on the Indiana-Michigan game and what the heck is going on with Isaiah Todd's status at Michigan.
Nov 17, Postgame reactions: Michigan makes easy work of hapless Spartan rivals. Anthony Broome discusses the postgame takeaways and reactions from Michigan's destruction of the Michigan State Spartans and where Mark Dantonio's rudderless ship goes from here.
Also, why we owe Jim Harbaugh props for continued progress and how Josh Gattis' "Speed in Space" mantra was on full display on Saturday in Ann Arbor, as well as Shea Patterson's career day and the road ahead. Nov 15, The boys preview the matchup with Sparty this weekend and take stock of the rivalry as the decade comes to a close.
Nov 14, Recruiting Podcast: All the recruits Michigan coaches visited with during the bye week. To end the show, we talk about some basketball recruiting, and who Juwan Howard will go with at the guard position, if anyone, in the class.
Nov 13, Michigan basketball moved to in the Juwan Howard era with a win over Creighton on Tuesday night. Anthony Broome reacts to the win and shares some takeaways to and Juwan Howard sums up some of the storylines from the game in his own words to Scott Bell joins the show to discuss the genesis of his Twitter trolling of the Michigan State fanbase, some of his favorite memories while being a student in Ann Arbor and working for the Michigan Daily, thoughts on the state of the Michigan fanbase and much more to end.
Nov 12, Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss the state of the Michigan State rivalry and why the Wolverines can and should smell blood in the water this week.
Discussing fallout from both sides on what could happen and much more in our MSU preview. Nov 8, Jared and Andy break down the win over Maryland and look around the college football landscape heading into the bye.
Nov 7, Welcome to another Future Brew — our Michigan Wolverines football and basketball recruiting podcast here on Maize n Brew. Today, we discuss what Michigan does next at the quarterback position in the class. So will Jim Harbaugh and company be able to secure a commitment from a quarterback in the class? Or will they look into transfer options after the season?
We also discuss some of the other latest offers sent out to recruits in the class, and if Michigan has a chance to flip four-star running back Lawrance Toafili after Willie Taggart was fired from Florida State. Nov 6, Juwan Howard debut reaction: The good, bad and ugly from Michigan's season opener vs.
App State. Anthony Broome discusses Juwan Howard's debut as the head coach of Michigan basketball in a win over Appalachian State at Crisler. Hear from Howard after the victory and what led to a point lead nearly evaporating in the second half, as well as why more is expected from Zavier Simpson and Isaiah Livers and hats off to a pair of standout performances from Jon Teske and Eli Brooks.
Nov 5, Michigan basketball preview: What makes Juwan Howard's debut season a success. Luke Ghiardi and Anthony Broome discuss all of the plot threads heading into the season for Michigan basketball and what would be a successful debut for Juwan Howard.
Also, the players that will make or break the team, what the ceiling and floor for the team is and much more. Nov 4, Michigan football's biggest question heading into the bye week. Anthony Broome discusses the biggest questions with Michigan football heading into a bye week, including how they stack up with Ohio State, wide receiver usage, narratives around Michigan State week and more.
Nov 3, Reacting to Michigan's blowout win over Maryland and what it means. Anthony Broome recaps Michigan's win over Maryland and why it was as good of a bounceback effort from the Notre Dame win as they may have been capable of. Also discussed: The direction of the offense, the quarterback situation, Nico needs more targets and the road ahead.
Oct 31, The main men of Michigan media bask in the glory of the most complete victory of the Harbaugh era. On an equally light note, they dissect the many ways in which Michigan will destroy Maryland this Saturday in College Park. Oct 30, The boys also talk some basketball recruiting. And four-star center Mark Williams is slated to make a commitment this Friday. Oct 29, Where Michigan's season can go next after stomping Notre Dame.
Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome, and Chris Castellani discuss Michigan's blowout win over Notre Dame and how the seeds of this type of effort had been planted weeks ago before flipping the switch.
Also, where this win ranks in the Jim Harbaugh era and what has to come next to solidify the turnaround efforts in Ann Arbor. Oct 27, Anthony Broome discusses the takeaways from Michigan's destruction of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and why this is what "hitting their stride" looks like for the Michigan Wolverines. Also, standout players, kudos to the efforts of Josh Gattis and Don Brown, aggressive Jim Harbaugh is back and this team might have a chance to win out with these types of efforts.
Oct 25, Also, a preview of the matchup and the final thoughts on what it would take for a Michigan victory and why the narratives still in play should be enough to get excited for what might happen this weekend.
Oct 24, After what could only be described as a hard fought loss, Michigan looks to rebound at home against a balanced and talented Notre Dame team. The eternal optimists discuss what could still be a glorious season, with rivalry season finally upon us. Oct 23, There will be a ton of prospects in Ann Arbor this weekend for the big game between Michigan and Notre Dame, including four-star tight end Theo Johnson and four-star offensive tackle Andrew Gentry.
Oct 22, Weighing 'moral victories' vs. Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani discuss the fallout from Michigan's tough loss at Penn State and why, despite the team showing fight we had not seen until that point, the game was by and large what the Jim Harbaugh-led Wolverines simply are right now.
Also, a discussion on what they can do to salvage what's left of the season now that the Big Ten title is all but off the table. Oct 20, Penn State reaction: Another familiar hole too large to climb out of. Anthony Broome reacts to Michigan's loss at Penn State on Saturday night and goes through the frustrating officiating, some of the bad playcalls, the drops and Don Brown's defense again coming up short when they needed to.
Also, praise for Shea Patterson and an end to his slander and a look ahead at what the road from here is and what could salvage some goodwill down the stretch. Oct 18, Anthony Broome and Von Lozon react to the news that Isaiah Todd, a five-star power forward for the class of , has chosen Michigan Basketball. We take a look at Todd's skill-set and what he brings to the table as a player, as well as the elite talent who could now choose to follow him to Ann Arbor.
Oct 17, Andy and Jared discuss the 'three games that was actually just one game' against Illinois, and try to keep optimism afloat as Michigan heads to Happy Valley this weekend to take on Penn State. Oct 16, Michigan basketball fans everywhere are hoping for good news tomorrow out of five-star forward Isaiah Todd, as he decides whether or not to take his talents to Michigan or Kansas.
All the crystal balls are pointing toward Michigan, but will Juwan Howard and company land their first big-time recruit? How will this affect tight end recruiting moving forward? Be sure to leave a review five-stars please! Visit megapho…. Oct 15, Putting Michigan's "defining game" narrative into proper perspective. Luke Ghiardi, Anthony Broome and Chris Castellani put the finishing touches on the takeaways from the Illinois game and why Shea Patterson deserves much more respect for his performance than he's getting from fans.
Also, pulling apart the "defining game" narrative with Jim Harbaugh and how performances on this stage will always be magnified at Michigan. Oct 14, What a blueprint for a Michigan win at Penn State would like look like, early keys, more. Anthony Broome takes an early look at the matchup with Penn State and why, despite their woes, there's a realistic blueprint to nabbing an upset win that changes the narratives.
Discussing that, your questions and more in our Monday podcast. Oct 13, Illinois Reaction: An odd performance against a slightly-better Rutgers.Song transitions are a crucial part of a DJ set. Learn how to go from one song to the next with a seamless segues in this free DJ tutorial from an experienced disc jockey. Part 1 of 16 - How to Transition between songs.