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The official home for audio programming from Maize n Brew, SB Nation's community for fans of the University of Michigan Wolverines.

    Out of the Blue: Establishing an Identity and Northern Illinois Preview

    Out of the Blue: Establishing an Identity and Northern Illinois Preview

    After a dominant victory in the Big House last Saturday, Andy and Jared talk about their confidence level heading into the Northern Illinois game on September 18th. They also talk about some of the other Big Ten happenings, the open coaching position at USC, and what that might mean for the Wolverines.
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    • 59 min
    Getting to know Northern Illinois with sideline reporter Andy Garcia

    Getting to know Northern Illinois with sideline reporter Andy Garcia

    Michigan Football is now ranked at No. 25 in the nation after convincing wins to start the season over Western Michigan and Washington. Their Week 3 opponent, Northern Illinois, beat Georgia Tech in an upset Week 1, and lost by a touchdown in a high-scoring affair to Wyoming a week ago.
    Northern Illinois has a familiar face at quarterback, Rocky Lombardi, who beat Michigan a season ago as Michigan State’s starting quarterback. Northern Illinois is a team that nobody will be picking to win this one, but they’re a team that has battled early in the season and has a QB who already knows what it’s like facing Michigan.
    To dive deeper into what to expect from the Huskies on Saturday, we spoke with Northern Illinois sideline reporter Andy Garcia.
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    • 14 min
    Recruits reactions continue to pour in after Michigan’s Maize Out visit weekend

    Recruits reactions continue to pour in after Michigan’s Maize Out visit weekend

    The Maize Out provided an electric atmosphere at the Big House last weekend, helping the Michigan Wolverines blowout the Washington Huskies by a score of 31-10. The rush attack generated most of the offense on the night, while the defense locked in and shut down any possible threat posed by Washington’s offense.
    Beating a team like Washington in front of that sort of crowd can go a long way in the realm of recruiting, and fortunately for Michigan, there were a ton of recruits at Michigan Stadium to witness it all on Saturday.
    On this week’s Future Brew, Von and Stephen discuss some of the recruit’s reactions and who the Wolverines may have taken a lead for.
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    • 53 min
    Michigan football's offensive identity: Are we comfortable with it?

    Michigan football's offensive identity: Are we comfortable with it?

    The Michigan Wolverines are off to a 2-0 start and are rushing the ball like maniacs, but is that going to be sustainable? We don't apologize for wins around these parts, but concerns about the lack of development of the passing game and opportunity for more quarterback reps might be warranted.
    Maize n Brew discusses this and more in this week's Monday night podcast. We'll chat about what went down over the weekend and how it might have changed the outlook moving forward. Also, the fans showed up and delivered a special atmosphere on Saturday night and deserve credit for that.
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    • 58 min
    Postgame analysis: Michigan (literally) runs through Washington in dominant 31-10 victory

    Postgame analysis: Michigan (literally) runs through Washington in dominant 31-10 victory

    The Michigan Wolverines moved to 2-0 on the 2021 season with a 31-10 drubbing of the Washington Huskies on Saturday night in Ann Arbor. The Washington Huskies came to town desperate after a loss to FCS Montana in Week 1, but the Michigan rushing attack and defense made sure they sent them back to Seattle with their tail between their legs. Anthony Broome runs through the victory and the things most people are discussing coming out of the victory.
    The game was not without its share of concerns, as fans are worried about the offensive playcalling and lack of a passing threat. However, it is hard to argue with another week of surpassing 300-plus yards on the ground. Hassan Haskins and Blake Corum look like future pros and comprise the current identity of this football team. Also, good luck blocking Aidan Hutchinson this season.
    We run though the positives, negatives, your three-word takeaways and more.
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    • 34 min
    Interview: Getting to know the Washington Huskies with Seattle radio's Dave Mahler

    Interview: Getting to know the Washington Huskies with Seattle radio's Dave Mahler

    Michigan got off to a good start in Week 1 with a 47-14 win over Western Michigan. However, UM’s Week 2 opponent fell flat to open their year. The Washington Huskies were upset by Montana 13-7.
    The Huskies were ranked No. 20 heading into Week 1, but offensive line issues plagued them in their loss to the Grizzlies. Washington’s defense held their own until the final minutes, but there are a lot of question marks and injuries on the offensive side of the ball heading into their tilt vs. Michigan.
    To sort it all out we caught up with Dave Mahler from 950 KJR in Seattle to get the scoop on Washington.
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Good podcast but please stop talking over each other, makes it difficult to listen to

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Good stuff

Genuinely enjoy this one! Miss Chris but the rest of the crew is great!

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For the love of all things holy get Jon a decent microphone. I can barely understand half of what he says. It’s awful.

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