Former Hawkeye wide receiver Danan Hughes joins Anthony Jordan to preview the big matchup between Michigan and Iowa. In this episode, they banter back-and-forth about their time playing against each other's schools, they talk about the pink locker rooms and urinals, and Danan shares why Iowa is struggling to find the confidence and identity that led them to the Big Ten Championship game last season.
Tim Massaquoi, Anthony Jordan, and Jonathan Goodwin invite former Wolverine Rondell Biggs into the Michigan Huddle to recap the blowout win over the Maryland Terrapins and preview the big game against the Iowa Hawkeyes in Iowa City. Michigan continues to refine their offense and defense a few weeks ahead of the rivalry game against Ohio State and in this episode, the four former players discuss the improved play of Wilton Speight, they talk about some areas for improvement, and they breakdown some X's & O's that affect the product you see on the field. They also discuss what it's like to play in Iowa City and what affect the pink locker room has on your mentality.
Tim Massaquoi and Tyrece Butler invite a die-hard Michigan fan into the huddle to recap the win over little brother, preview the game against Maryland, and take a look at the first College Football Playoff ranking of 2016.
Tim Massaquoi leads a panel of Wolverines featuring Tyrece Butler, Jonathan Goodwin and Anthony Jordan in a quick recap of an easy win over Illinois before they dive into the big showdown with Michigan State this weekend. The panelists agree that MSU fans need to quit it with the excuses and that it's very likely Jim Harbaugh will run up the score this weekend. The word "dominate" is the key word for the Wolverines going forward as they look to impress the College Football Playoff committee.
Former Wolverines Tim Massaquoi and Tyrece Butler recap the old school win for Michigan over Wisconsin and look ahead to another Big Ten matchup against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights. In this episode, the two discuss what led to the victory over Wisconsin, the play of the special teams, and they talk about how they can improve and take care of business against Rutgers.
Todd Howard and Brandon Williams are making debate great again on the latest episode of Huddle 2 Huddle. One of the greatest cornerbacks in Michigan history takes on one of the best wide receivers in Wisconsin history. Listen for the "inside the huddle" perspective these two former college football players bring to this huge top 10 match-up in Ann Arbor. Stay for moderator Aaron Morse's futile attempts to real them in when Howard tells B-Will exactly what he thinks of the Wisconsin program. All that and more on the latest episode of Huddle 2 Huddle!
Former Wolverines Tim Massaquoi and Tyrece Butler bring you inside the Michigan Huddle to recap the 49-10 win over the Penn State Nittany Lions where they talk about the improvements they've seen between the Colorado game and the Penn State game, the running game and the defensive play against the Nittany Lions. After that, they preview the game against the Wisconsin Badgers and talk about what is going to win the game on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball. They also get into talking about the Big Ten conference as a whole, what has helped the conference get back to the top. Finally, they talk about what it's like as a player by week 5 and what the players are going through.
Former Wolverines Anthony Jordan and Jonathan Goodwin recap Michigan's win over Colorado. In this episode, the two discuss the first quarter of the game where Colorado jumped out to a 14-point lead and they analyze the schemes that got Michigan back in the game and ultimately led to the win.
Jonathan Goodwin and Anthony Jordan preview the second game of the season for the Michigan Wolverines as they take on the UCF Golden Knights. The two discuss how the Wolverines need to dominate up-front and what they need to do to pull off a blowout victory.
Jonathan Goodwin and Anthony Jordan team-up to recap the season-opening win over the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors. The two discuss the how Wilton Speight responded to the interception he threw and talk about some of the true freshmen that got to see their first college football action.