In the latest episode of the Big House Bleachers podcast, co-hosts Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell dive headfirst into the exhilarating announcement from EA Sports about the grand return of the beloved college football game. This episode is a must-listen for every Michigan football fan, as it brings a unique Wolverine perspective to the table, celebrating a moment we’ve all eagerly awaited.
The latest episode of the Big House Bleachers podcast is a must-listen, packed with insightful discussions and exclusive takes on everything Wolverines. Hosted by the dynamic duo of Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell, this episode dives deep into the heart of Michigan football, exploring the latest buzz, player performances, and much more.
The University of Michigan Athletics is taking a giant leap forward in the realm of Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) opportunities for its student-athletes. By expanding its partnership with Learfield and joining forces with Altius Sports Partners (ASP), Michigan is setting a new standard in collegiate sports, proving its commitment to the success and empowerment of its athletes both on and off the field.
In the latest episode of Big House Bleachers, hosts Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell tackle a range of topics across Michigan athletics. They dive into the significant coaching staff changes within Michigan football, highlighting the excitement surrounding the hiring of Don “Wink” Martindale as defensive coordinator and Sean MaGee as general manager.
In the world of college football, rumors and reports fly faster than a Hail Mary pass at the end of a nail-biting game. The latest buzz from the University of Michigan’s football program serves as a perfect example of this frenetic energy, with two reputable insiders offering conflicting insights into the Wolverines’ search for a new defensive coordinator.
Big House Bleachers: Is It Time to Replace Juwan?, and Who Will Be Michigan’s Next Defensive Coordinator?
In the latest episode of the Big House Bleachers podcast, hosts Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell delve into the current challenges facing Michigan basketball. The episode opens with a discussion on the team’s underwhelming performance under Head Coach Juwan Howard, noting the team’s meager seven wins this season and a recent loss to Rutgers after squandering a half-time lead. This situation prompts a debate on Howard’s future with the program and speculation on the team’s prospects for the remainder of the season.
In a move that has been the subject of much speculation and anticipation within the University of Michigan’s football community, Head Football Coach Sherrone Moore has officially announced the promotion of Kirk Campbell to Offensive Coordinator. This decision comes at a pivotal moment for the Wolverines, as fans and pundits alike were keenly waiting to see how Moore would shape her coaching staff, especially in the critical offensive coordinator position.
Big House Bleachers: Who Should Michigan Hire as Coordinators?, Top Moments of the Harbaugh Era, and Defensive Depth Chart Predictions
In the latest episode of the Big House Bleachers podcast, co-hosts Michael Smeltzer and Matt Hartwell unpack a whirlwind week for Michigan football. The episode kicks off with the major headline of Jim Harbaugh leaving his post as Michigan’s head coach to join the NFL’s LA Chargers, a move that has sent ripples through the college football world. Adding to the drama, Harbaugh’s departure is followed by his decision to bring along Jesse Minter, the Wolverines’ defensive coordinator, to the Chargers.
This coach represents a compelling choice for Michigan’s defensive coordinator vacancy. His unique blend of NFL coaching experience, proven track record with developing defensive talents, and valuable Texas connections offer the Wolverines an opportunity to not only maintain but also enhance their defensive prowess. As Michigan evaluates its options, he stands out as not just a candidate, but the perfect fit to lead their defense into the future.
In the world of college football, the offseason is often as eventful as the regular season, especially for fans of the University of Michigan. The recurrent rumors of head coach Jim Harbaugh’s potential departure to the NFL have become an almost annual tradition. Yet, this year, the narrative carries a different tone. Fresh off their first outright national championship in over 75 years, the Michigan Wolverines, led by Harbaugh, are in a unique position