Hosts Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine take a look at the 2016 version of "The Game" and break down what Michigan has to do to win and advance to the Big Ten title game.
A lot has changed since Michigan dropped its first game of the season to Iowa last Saturday. There is now a giant question mark at quarterback as Wilton Speight is reported to have suffered a regular season ending injury. Although Jim Harbaugh won't confirm any reports, many believe John O'Korn will take over the job this weekend against the Indiana Hoosiers. Listen to the Go Blue Crew discuss the recent debacle in Ann Arbor.
Hosts Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine look forward to Michigan's first big road game of the season against Iowa on Saturday. They also look back to offer thanks to Penn State and Colorado, who have both emerged after the Wolverines beat them.
As the season rolls on, Wilton Speight keeps firing on all cylinders. The quarterback position was the biggest question mark for the Michigan Wolverines entering the season, but his performance thus far had been phenomenal—even better than many expected, and the nation is taking note.
Join the Devine Intervention as Derek Devine and Craig Compton talk about Michigan coming in at No. 3 in the first College Football Playoffs rankings. They also touch on the Michigan State game, and how Michigan can continue to solidify itself as a National Championship caliber team as the season rolls on.
Michigan is expected to beat the Michigan State Spartans by a comfortable margin this weekend, but does that have the potential to be an underwhelming rivalry win? As Jim Harbaugh looks to top his first rival, the Go Blue Crew looks at whether or not this takes the monkey off his back. Tune in!
Join Devine Intervention as host Derek Devine brings Craig Compton and Von Lozon on the show to talk about Michigan's upcoming battle against bitter in-state rival Michigan State in East Lansing. Could the Wolverines blow out the Spartans this weekend?
Hosts Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine take a look back at Michigan's 6-0 start and evaluate where the Wolverines stand halfway through the season.
Was Saturday night real life? Somehow, we just witnessed Michigan blowout a Big Ten Conference program, 78-0. After what may very well have been a once-in-a-lifetime moment, Derek Devine and Craig Compton discuss takeaways from the Wolverines latest victory on Devine Intervention.
There's plenty of talk about the Michigan Wolverines, but it always seems to be focused on the life of Jim Harbaugh and his stars. Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine take to the Go Blue Crew to talk about Michigan compared to the the other AP Top Four teams. Will a Top Ten victory against Wisconsin legitimize Michigan's College Football Playoff campaign?