How can I listen to the Michigan game on the radio?

How can I listen to the Michigan game on the radio?

On air, listen to University of Michigan Football on 100.5 or 790 NewsRadio WSGW! Remember, we are not allowed to broadcast Michigan Football online or accessed by any mobile or other device. For the 15th consecutive season, WSGW is your home for Michigan Wolverines football!

How can I watch high school football in Michigan?

The MHSAA Network, a member of the NFHS Network, provides video coverage of all MHSAA post-season tournaments; and audio coverage of a number of MHSAA Finals. Watch the MHSAA Network Schedule for the announcement of upcoming games.

What radio station is Michigan High School Football on?

Caro – WIDL (92.1 FM) – Gamedays at 6:30 p.m. Grand Haven – WGHN (92.1 FM) – 6 p.m. on Fridays, or 6 p.m. on the evening of the last game of the week.

What radio station is ESPN in Michigan?


Market Branding
Grand Rapids, Michigan ESPN Radio 96.1
Jackson, Michigan ESPN Radio 1450
Marquette, Michigan ESPN UP Radio 970 / 93.3
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan ESPN Radio 1400

What channel is Michigan high school football championship on?

2021 Michigan high school football state championship games TV: Saturday — Division 1, 7 and 5, Bally Sports Detroit; Division 3, BSD-plus. Live stream: and the MHSAA Network.

Who won Michigan High School Football States?

Detroit King coaches and players celebrate after winning the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 3 final against DeWitt, 25-21, at Ford Field in Detroit on Saturday, Nov, 27, 2021.

What happened to ESPN Radio in Grand Rapids Michigan?

iHeartMedia Sports “ESPN 96.1” WMAX-FM Holland/Grand Rapids MI has rebranded as “96.1 The Game“. With the name change, WMAX-FM adds Michigan Sports Network’s “X’s and Bro’s” hosted by Anthony Bellino for mornings from 6 to 9am and “The Huge Show” hosted by Bill Simonson from 3-6pm.

Who is broadcasting the Michigan football game?

– Michigan football has announced that Doug Karsch and Jon Jansen will replace Jim Brandstatter and Dan Dierdorf as the team’s new radio broadcast duo. Karsch has worked as a Michigan radio sideline reporter for the past 16 seasons but will now take over play-by-play duties.