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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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After speaking to one of our good sources throughout the Connor Stalions saga, we've gotten word that the NCAA appears to be wrapping up its investigation. What does that mean for Michigan football? Will the hammer come down on the Wolverines as the rival fans like to say every single second of every single day? Or will the maize and blue find that…
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Back in 2018, when we first started the show, a colleague told us that our show reminded him of Danny Kanell. Well, it's been a long time coming, but we now have Kanell on the show as a special guest! Kanell describes what it was like witnessing Michigan football's 2023 championship and we discuss his alma mater, Florida State, being snubbed -- as …
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Last month, we came up with a best-guess list of Michigan football's 2025 recruiting class but now we're evaluating what we predicting, adding and subtracting names from the list. With several new names emerging, weekend visits still happening, and some potential targets ready to commit, seemingly, we dive into those who may be champions on the new…
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There hasn't been any big news, but we cover a ton of little things that have been going on in the Michigan football universe since Saturday's show. First, we discuss Michigan defensive coordinator Wink Martindale's appearance on the GM Shuffle podcast and what he said about how he'll run his defense, how he'll deploy his aggression, and why we thi…
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We are still very much in the throes of the offseason and thus, with about a season's worth of weekends away from college football, we're speculating on what Michigan football will be in 2024. The Michigan Mailbag has returned and wants to know what a successful season would look like after the coaching change. Personnel questions, schedule questio…
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While it doesn't change our dubious and questionable nature regarding the Michigan football wide receivers and quarterbacks entering 2024, given some of the conversations we've had and with Ron Bellamy's appearance on 'In the Trenches,' it could be easy to see a scenario where both position groups impress beyond expectation in 2024. So what happens…
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It's been a long time coming, but we continue our love affair with all things On3 by welcoming on a special guest in The Wolverine's EJ Holland to break down some Michigan football recruiting. Holland shares a bit of how he got to be such a solid evaluator and how he approaches the job before previewing the upcoming official visit weekends set for …
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We're getting to that time of year where the college football preview magazines for the upcoming season are coming out and because of that Athlon Sports got some coaches on record on what they expect from Michigan football this year. How their behind-the-scenes analysis either mirrors or rivals what we believe the new-look, Sherrone Moore-led Wolve…
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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For the first time since he defected from Ohio State to Michigan football, we got to meet with new running backs coach Tony Alford, and there were a lot of big takeaways. Why Alford says he chose to come to the rival in Ann Arbor, the consistent themes he used when discussing the Wolverines, a thorough breakdown of all of Michigan's running backs, …
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How have things changed for Michigan football under Sherrone Moore? Or have they even changed? We go to the tale of the tape when it comes to what players are saying in press conferences, and despite some things that sounded wildly different, it appears more that Moore is building off of what already was and not reinventing the wheel. From the defe…
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When attending Michigan football spring press conferences (and fall camp), you can discover the truth when it comes to multiple people making the same independent statements. Such is the case of commonly referenced players who seem to be standing out. Aside from the Donovan Edwardses or Mason Grahams of the world, who are those who are perhaps on t…
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Despite having left Ann Arbor for the NFL, Jim Harbaugh is apparently still on Ohio State head coach Ryan Day's mind. Day made a somewhat, but not at all, subtle jab at his former college nemesis in Harbaugh while Buckeye fans are celebrating a recruiting championship over Michigan in April. We delve into both things, why Day still clearly doesn't …
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Michigan football has completed its on-field staff (again) with the hire of defensive line coach Lou Esposito, who comes via his alma mater (Memphis) after spending seven years on staff at Western Michigan. We get into what he brings to the table as well as one key point that 80% of the assistant coaches have that should make a big impact. Then, Oh…
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Michigan basketball hired its new head coach in Dusty May, thought it appeared all day on Saturday that May was headed to Louisville to take over the Cardinals. What it means for the basketball program moving forward and how it happened. But that brings alight the bigger question: what to do with Michigan athletic director Warde Manuel? Much malign…
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We met with Michigan football head coach Sherrone Moore for the second time since he was hired by the University of Michigan as the new headman, and on Thursday, he echoed a lot of what we said on Wednesday's episode about what would signify the Wolverines being in a healthy place moving forward. We get into some of the nuance, players who are step…
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Intel from spring ball (if it comes at all outside of press conferences) won't arrive for at least a week, yet, the first publicly released interview coming out of the first practice reveals a lot for this Michigan football team and its future. Ed Kengerski interviewed Donovan Edwards on state-sponsored media and while the running back didn't say a…
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Just when it seems that Michigan football is able to say 'ready, set, go!' more trouble arises. Defensive line coach Greg Scruggs, who was just hired, was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated on Saturday morning, which certainly puts him on the hotseat. We discuss the issue and what we believe should happen in the aftermath. Then, mor…
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Will UConn, Houston, Purdue and North Carolina hold true to their number one seed in the NCAA Tournament? Can Iowa State, Tennessee, Marquette or Arizona break into the Final Four? Cinderellas, upsets, betting favorites and those 5/12 matchups. Locked On College Basketball hosts, Andy Patton and Isaac Schade join Tenitra Batiste to help walk you th…
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Despite all of the handwringing based off speculation weeks ago that Michigan basketball head coach Juwan Howard would return for another year regardless of the devastatingly bad (program worst) season, on Friday, U-M announced that he will no longer be serving the university as the head coach of the team. We react to that news as well as share our…
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The Tony Alford move from Ohio State to Michigan football has continued to pay dividends in multiple ways. The most instantly gratifying happens to be the Buckeye fan (read: media) reaction to Alford changing scenes amongst rivals. We get into the most unhinged media reactions before discussing how there's already a seeming recruiting bump with top…
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The Michigan football staff under Sherrone Moore is finally complete and now we're all looking ahead to spring ball, which kicks off next week. With that in mind, you all have a ton of questions! From the new coaching staff, to position battles, to player utilization and more, we're answering all of your Michigan football questions on the latest Mi…
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Remember when in January 2019 it was revealed that Greg Mattison (and later) Al Washington would be leaving Michigan football for Ohio State? Well, now here we are five years later, and an Ohio State coach is departing Columbus for Ann Arbor. We discuss Tony Alford's quick hire by the Wolverines, the Buckeye reaction, some of the recruits he brough…
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Just when it appeared that the Michigan football coaching staff is finally complete, a wrench was thrown into the mix. On Friday, the University of Michigan finally announced all of the defensive coaches officially, with Wink Martindale coming in as defensive coordinator, Greg Scruggs as defensive line coach, Brian Jean-Mary as linebackers coach, a…
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Ohio State fans (and other fans of prominent college football programs) cannot seem to help themselves. They cannot admit that J.J. McCarthy is a good quarterback, worthy of going high in the impending 2024 NFL draft. So what do they do? They make up narratives that aren't even close to being true. And then what do they do? They tweet at prominent …
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The bagman cometh one way or another and one apparently worked to wrest away a current Michigan Wolverines starter from Ann Arbor. According to The Athletic, another school attempted to coerce a player from the maize and blue to transfer to their institution for $1.75 million. We discuss the ramifications, the good and bad news behind all of that a…
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Those who came before are confident in what happens next for the maize and blue. At the NFL scouting combine, multiple defensive players spoke about the new Michigan football coaching staff, from Justin Tress taking over the strength and conditioning coordinator post to Sherrone Moore moving from offensive coordinator to head coach. What they said …
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The NFL scouting combine is here and Michigan football has more players in history participating compared to any other college. While we already had a good breakdown on Monday's show with PFF's Brad Spielberger on the Wolverines partaking, we're delving even deeper into the noise surrounding the maize and blue, and get into what others are saying a…
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