Former WTKA midday host Michael Spath teams up with Justin Roh to give you their unvarnished take on Michigan football, basketball and hockey, sharing personal stories and connecting you to people and places in Ann Arbor that we love.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh discuss Jim Harbaugh's new goals for 2021 and how it could affect Michigan's success. They also break down Michigan Basketball's first loss of the season and explain why fans shouldn't be hitting the panic button.
In today's podcast Michael Spath & Justin Roh discuss the impact of Mike Hart's return to Michigan football as the running backs coach, plus our thoughts on the rumors of a shakeup in the U-M secondary. We also look at Michigan basketball's dominant win over Wisconsin and have an important talk about diversity and inclusion with Erica White.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh discuss MIchigan Basketball's 9-0 hot start and if they will be able to keep this up throughout the rest of the B1G season. And of course a deal is still not done with Jim Harbaugh so the guys are forced to discuss the latest rumors regarding that.
As Michigan nation waits for Jim Harbaugh to make a decision about his future, Michael Spath and Will Heininger take a look back at the college football playoff semifinals and preview the national championship game. Then we get into the ambiguity surrounding the U-M programs as Harbaugh weighs his head-coaching options.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh welcomed a special guest, former All-Big Ten defensive lineman Dan Rumishek to the podcast to discuss the end of the Don Brown era and why it HAD to come to this after such a promising start in 2016-17.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh look at all the rumors about Jim Harbaugh and his coaching staff that have popped up recently and dissect their legitimacy. Plus, our take on the College Football Playoff semifinalists.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh look at the topnotch recruiting class Jim Harbaugh signed Dec. 16 and break down what it means for the Wolverines' immediate future, coming seasons, and what it could mean for Harbaugh's time in Ann Arbor. Plus, if Harbaugh is back in 2021, how many coaches should he get rid of?
Michael Spath and Justin Roh break down all the hubbub surrounding Jim Harbaugh's comments about the status of his team post-cancellation of THE Game and as they prepare for Saturday's "9th" Big Ten contest with Iowa. Plus, we talk football recruiting with longtime fan and fourth-generation business owner Jim Wanty of O&W Beverage. As Jim said, "Be happy, be healthy and have a beer."
Michael Spath, Justin Roh and former Michigan defensive line starter Will Heininger break down the mood around Michigan football as it prepares for what could be its final Big Ten Conference game. Is there an appetite to play a West Division foe and if so, why is Iowa the rumored opponent? Plus we talk coaching styles - a player's coach vs. a more disciplinarian - and discuss how we'd like to see the college football playoff selections go.
In what will certainly be an ongoing conversation, Michael Spath and Justin Roh delve into a Michigan football world post-Jim Harbaugh and debate the merits of hiring a coach like Matt Campbell vs. Tony Elliott. We also discuss the Big Ten's poor planning this season and finish with some basketball news.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh break down the consequences of THE Game being canceled and how it came to be. Plus, Warde Manuel refused to talk about Jim Harbaugh's future in a Tuesday press conference, demonstrating an irresponsible absence of leadership and throwing the football program into chaos.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh break everything down in today's podcast, starting with the Michigan basketball's best win of the year Sunday against Central Florida. When we turn to football, we look at the chances of THE Game being played, why U-M STILL has not announced an extension for Jim Harbaugh and who/what to believe with so many rumors swirling around.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh are joined by former Wolverines Tony Calderone and Niko Porikos to discuss the Michigan hockey team's 5-3-0 start, its chances to compete for a Frozen Four, and how they used their academic opportunity to create a new business for themselves.
On today's episode, Michael Spath and Justin Roh start with the Wolverines' 84-65 win in basketball over Ball State and then venture into the murky waters of football and what Saturday's canceled game against Maryland means for THE Game and Jim Harbaugh's future.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh look at Michigan's narrow victory over Oakland in Sunday's basketball game plus we dive into Michigan football talk as the Wolverines pause workouts due to presumed positive COVID tests and we ask one BIG question: Where is AD Warde Manuel amid all this football and Jim Harbaugh tumult?
Michael Spath and Justin Roh are joined by former Michigan Defensive End Will Heininger to discuss how Harbaugh's culture has led Michigan Football to the spot they are in right now. The team lacks effort, pride, and leadership, which is an indictment on Harbaugh and the coaching staff.
Michael Spath, Justin Roh and former Wolverine defensive lineman Will Heininger break down the positives that emerged (especially offensively) in Michigan's triple-overtime victory at Rutgers, look at the defensive challenges and take stock of where the program is with four games remaining in the season.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh offer position grades for the Wolverines at the halfway point in the regular season, plus we discuss what's at stake for Michigan football when it travels to Rutgers, and we make our predictions for the game.
Michael Spath, Justin Roh and special guest Brandon Brown break down Michigan's unsettled quarterback situation, looking at the competition five weeks into the season between Joe Milton and Cade McNamara.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh break down Michigan's blowout loss to the Badgers on Saturday night. Is it a coaching problem? Is it a talent problem? Nothing went right for the Wolverines and nobody can quite make sense of it.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh are joined by former starting offensive lineman Rueben Riley as they consider what Michigan football must do to salvage this season, keep its recruiting momentum and maybe, just maybe, quiet some of the Jim Harbaugh critics, if only temporarily.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh look at whether Don Brown will get "revenge" on Wisconsin after last year's defensive debacle, plus if things go south against the Badgers, should Michigan start playing exclusively for 2021? We also look at Juwan Howard's recruiting success and our early expectations for this year's hoops team.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh discuss the future of Michigan Football and if that will involve Jim Harbaugh in 2021 or not. Michael shares his insight on where Warde Manuel and the athletic department stand right now on Harbaugh's future. Is Jim's firing a foregone conclusion or will he get one more shot?
Michael Spath, former Wolverine defensive lineman Will Heininger and Justin Roh break down Michigan's loss to Indiana and how apathy has overtaken the U-M fan base. Can Jim Harbaugh rally his program or is the end of the Harbaugh era definitively coming?
Michael Spath and Justin Roh break down what they expect to see in Michigan's trip to Bloomington to take on Indiana. Plus, who will rebound the most from last week's loss to Michigan State -- defensive coordinator Don Brown or offensive coordinator Josh Gattis.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh debate what the real Michigan football is - the one that efficiently defeated Minnesota in Week 1 with a dominant running game and solid defense or the team that was upset by rival Michigan State, showing an inability to run the ball, use its weapons offensively or defend big plays.
48 hours removed from Michigan's still-stunning loss to rival Michigan State, Michael Spath and Justin Roh tackle all the implications of what that defeat means for the Wolverines' future, for the rest of the 2020 season, and for Jim Harbaugh's fate at U-M.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh offer their predictions on the Michigan-Michigan State game, plus a visit from Michael's mentor, Mike Fenstemacher, as he participates in our picks for offensive and defensive MVP.
A weekly regular on Michael Spath's "Inside the Huddle" radio show, former Michigan offensive line starter Rueben Riley joins Spath and Justin Roh for a weekly segment to break down the Wolverines' offense in Week 1 against Minnesota.
Jalen Mayfield, Aidan Hutchinson and Joe Milton proved themselves to be among Michigan's most important players with their Week 1 performances. Who else rounds out the Top 10? Michael Spath and Justin Roh tackle this plus: are the 'stars aligning' for the Wolverines in 2020?
Michael Spath and Justin Roh take a more measured look at Michigan's opening-week win over Minnesota, asking how good was the performance? We also discuss our picks for offensive and defensive MVP - and how Michael hit a home run on his pre-game picks! Plus, does Michigan deserve to be in the college football playoff discussion after its big victory?
Former Michigan defensive lineman Will Heininger joins Michael Spath and Justin Roh to discuss Michigan's dominating performance over Minnesota in the first game of the Big Ten season. The trio highlights the performance of QB Joe Milton, the offensive line, Kwity Paye and more.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh make their predictions for the Michigan-Minnesota football game. Will Joe Milton or Tanner Morgan eclipse 300 yards passing? Which U-M running back stars? Plus our MVP picks for both sides of the ball for the Wolverines.
Two days out from Michigan's 2020 opener against Minnesota, Michael Spath and Justin Roh look at what's at stake this season for Michigan football defensive coordinator Don Brown, plus as we look at the Golden Gophers we ask 'Who are these guys?' And what do the fans think about Joe Milton's grace period.
In today's episode, Michael Spath and Justin Roh discuss what we learned from Jim Harbaugh's Monday press conference, including his thoughts on the offensive line and quarterback Joe Milton. Plus, it's officially official - Nico Collins has left Michigan.
Michael Spath and Justin Roh kick off game week discussing what needs to be happen for 2020 to be a successful season for Michigan football. Plus, what does Saturday's game at Minnesota mean to both the Wolverines and Golden Gophers.