Wolverine Sports Radio is excited to announce the addition of three brand new shows to the brand new 24-hour internet radio channel. Starting this Tuesday, January 20th fans of the University of Michigan will be able to tune in and listen to three brand new shows on the Wolverine Sports Radio app (iOS users can find here, Android users here).
“When you can add Gregg Henson to a lineup that already involves hosts from sites such as MGoBlog, Maize N’ Brew, and The Big House Report, it’s going to be something that the Michigan fan base will enjoy listening to.” Said WSR’s David Arnold.
Highlighting the new lineup of shows will be Big House Nation w/ Gregg Henson. Gregg Henson will be a familiar voice to those Wolverine fans listening from the Southeast Michigan or Pittsburgh areas. Henson was an on-air staple personality in the city of Detroit for over ten years before moving on to Pittsburgh and will bring that experience and familiarity over to WSR with him. Despite being away from the Michigan radio scene, Henson’s name has left quite an impression with Wolverine fans over the past few months. He was one of the first people to report both Athletic Director Dave Brandon’s firing as well as Jim Harbaugh’s hiring as head coach at Michigan. His sports-blogging website GreggHenson.com has seen a tremendous increase in page views and interest in the past few months due to the consistency and accuracy of his facts. You can find Gregg on Twitter at @GreggHenson.
Alex Cook, Basketball Writer at MGoBlog, will also be hosting a new show for Wolverine Sports Radio. Alex has been writing for the acclaimed sports blog since October, specializing in Big Ten Conference coverage and is well-known for his in-depth coverage and detailed comparison charts. You can find Alex’s written content on MGoBlog.com, along with his Twitter @AlexCook616.
Finally, newcomer Garrett Fishaw looks to add his recruiting insight to WSR with a brand new show that will be premiering Monday, January 26th. Garrett is the founder of the Michigan recruiting blog, MGoFish.com. Garrett has been writing since 2011 and recently gained significant attention for his well-written daily roundups on the Michigan coaching search saga. In the past month his website reached 150,000 page views, with the number increasing steadily each day moving forward. You can find Garrett on Twitter at @MGoFish.
Wolverine Sports Radio will continue to broadcast the other five shows currently in the lineup, including the Dave N’ Broome show, the Heart of Michigan, and Wolverine Wanderings.