2010 Michigan Football Broadcast Information

Michigan Sports Network Game Audio
All games will be streamed free of charge in Window Media format. Links will be provided on the MGoBlue.com front page and the football page.

Inside Michigan Football TV Show
Inside Michigan Football, the University of Michigan Athletic Department-owned football show, returns for a third season with the first episode on Thursday, Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. on Fox Sports Detroit. Hosted by Jim Brandstatter, the half-hour show will feature analysis from head coach Rich Rodriguez and be packed with highlights and behind-the-scenes features on Michigan football

Inside Michigan Football will be broadcast 15 times throughout the season, airing every Thursday (time varies) on FSN Detroit, with re-airs on Friday at 11:30 a.m. and Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Inside Michigan Football will also air on WWJ-TV every Saturday at 11:30 a.m. and every Friday on the Big Ten Network at 5:30 p.m. (exceptions: 1 p.m. on Aug. 27 and 7 p.m. on Nov. 19). Additional airings on FS Detroit and the Big Ten Network will be announced later.

Unfortunately, due to Big Ten Network regulations, Inside Michigan Football will not be available on MGoBlue.com.

• Complete TV Schedules: Fox Sports Detroit | Big Ten Network | WWJTV

Coaches' Radio Show
Michigan Football Radio Coaches' Show will be hosted by Jim Brandstatter every Thursday night at 7 p.m. on WXYT Radio, select affiliates and on the web at MGoBlue.com. Rodriguez and members of the coaching staff will participate in the hour-long show, which is broadcast live from Pizza House, located at 618 Church Street in Ann Arbor.

The show will kick off on Aug. 26 and continue through Nov. 25 and possibly December (bowl preview). There will be no show on Oct. 21 due to Michigan's bye week. Each past show is archived below.

Rich Rodriguez Radio Show Schedule

Date Listen
Aug. 26 Listen
Sept. 2 Listen
Sept. 9 Listen
Sept. 16 Listen
Sept. 23 Listen
Sept. 30 Listen
Oct. 7 Listen
Oct. 14 Listen
Oct. 28 Listen
Nov. 4 Listen
Nov. 11 Listen
Nov. 18 Listen

Inside Michigan Football Coaches Radio Show Affiliates

City Station Dial Position
1. Detroit WXYT-AM 1270
2. Ann Arbor WTKA-AM 1050
3. Benton Harbor WSJM-AM 1400
4. Cadillac WATT-AM 1240
5. Charlevoix WMKT-AM 1270
6. Flint WTRX-AM 1330
7. Muskegon WLCS-FM 98.3
8. Petoskey WMKT-FM 92.1
9. Traverse City WTCK-AM 580

Michigan Sports Network

In its eighth season as a division of IMG College, the Michigan Sports Network represents one of the largest and most-listened to college sports network in the Midwest. Anchored by WOMC-FM (104.3) in Detroit, the Michigan Radio Network is comprised of 31 affiliate stations that cover the state of Michigan during football season. In addition, U-M football can also be heard on American Armed Forces Radio and is also available on Sirius Satellite Radio. Frank Beckmann (play-by-play) and Jim Brandstatter (color) bring the action to you from the booth, with Doug Karsch providing sideline reports and analysis.

Following is a list of radio affiliates:

City Station Dial
1. Alma WQBX-FM 104.9
2. Alpena WKJZ-FM 94.9
3. Ann Arbor WTKA-AM 1050
4. Battle Creek WBXX-FM 104.9
5. Benton Harbor WSJM-AM 1400
6. Big Rapids WBRN-AM 1460
7. Cadillac WATT-AM 1240
8. Charlevoix WMKT-AM 1270
9. Cheboygan WCBY-AM 1240
10. Detroit WOMC-FM 104.3
11. Escanaba WDBC-AM 680
12. Flint WTRX-AM 1330
13. Grand Haven WGHN-AM 1370
14. Grand Rapids WOOD-AM 1300
15. Jackson WKHM-AM 970
16. Kalamazoo WNWN-AM 1560
17. Kalamazoo WQLR-AM 1660
18. Lansing WQTX-FM 92.1
19. Ludington WKZC-AM 94.9
20. Marine City WHLX-AM 1590
21. Marquette WIAN-AM 1240
22. Muskegon WLCS-FM 98.3
23. Niles WNIL-AM 1290
24. Petoskey WMKT-FM 92.1
25. Port Huron WHLS-AM 1450
26. Saginaw WSGW-AM 790
27. Sault Ste. Marie WKNW-AM 1400
28. Tawas WQLB-FM 103.3
29. Toledo, Ohio WXKR-FM 100.7
30. Traverse City WTCM-AM 580

List is tentative and subject to change (8/24/10)

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