With the baseball season approaching this weekend, Jon chats with Michigan Baseball Head Coach Erik Bakich about the outlook for the program and the Big Ten as a whole (0:45), his revamped coaching staff heading into 2021 (12:20), the team's strengths and most important players (14:45), and his 2020 proposal to change the college baseball calendar (27:20).
A's Cast - A's Unfiltered - Ep. 113 Ft. Tyler Soderstrom, Sean Gilbert, Jeff Criswell and Erik Bakich and Danny Hall
Oakland A's Podcast
Hosted by Chris Townsend, Towny recaps A's Cast Live interviews from: A's first round pick, Tyler Soderstrom, Turlock High School Coach, Sean Gilbert, A's second round pick Jeff Criswell and his Head Coach at Michigan, Erik Bakich and Head Coach at Georgia Tech, Danny Hall.
Jon and Brian discuss some of the recent developments around the college football landscape in this week's "Seven from 77." Then, Michigan head baseball coach Erik Bakich joins the show to update fans on how he and the team are handling this unprecedented time, detail some of the important aspects of the "New Baseball Model" proposal for which he is lobbying, and relive last year's magical run to Omaha (27:00).
Michigan Coach Erik Bakich Explains 'The New College Baseball Model'
Erik Bakich is one of the leading voices pushing a proposal that would significantly change college baseball, most notably pushing back opening day and the NCAA Tournament. He joins Ted Cahill and Joe Healy to discuss the proposal, which has momentum across the college baseball landscape. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/baseball-america/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
29. Erik Bakich, University of Michigan & Jim Schlossnagle, TCU
Dugout Chatter Podcast Powered by Stick & Ball TV
With the momentum surrounding this discussion, we felt that it was perfect timing to dive headfirst into the details of a new proposed version of College Baseball being championed by some of the top coaches in Division I. In this week's episode, we connect with Erik Bakich from the University of Michigan along with TCU skipper Jim Schlossnagle as both take us through the details behind this interesting new model. This proposal shows how we can adapt to a version of college baseball that allows for greater sustainability with reductions in costs plus potentially increasing revenues along with a focus on increased student-athlete welfare and the big difference in all of this – 4 weeks. Moving the season back 4 weeks into the middle of March and wait until you hear Bakich and Schloss unpack this dialogue!
For the last of our series of six interviews during the current worldwide pandemic, we’ve asked the head baseball coach at the University of Michigan, Erik Bakich, to share his thoughts.In this episode, Coach Bakich talks about Michigan’s 2019 run to the College World Series final, facing adversity, the College World Series experience, paying it forward, the new experience of homeschooling, unexpected family time during baseball season, perspective on team teaching, using this newfound time for learning and innovation, and Major League Baseball’s growing relationship with college baseball.Listen to Erik Bakich discuss his career and philosophies in episodes 38 and 315. Photo credit: Cornbelt SportsIntro Music: Matt’s Blues, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Following Michigan's dreamlike run to the College World Series final, Erik Bakich joins the college pod to talk about the Wolverines' season. They discuss the run, look ahead to 2020 expectations, then look at big picture topics: diversity in college baseball, youth participation, what the Big 10 has to do to improve. Then, Teddy and Joe finish by talking which programs could contend alongside Michigan for a Big 10 title. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/baseball-america/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
“Same Old Wolverines,” NBA Free Agency, Rocket Mortgage Classic, Blaming Erik Bakich, & Limiting Future Transfers
The "& Jim" Show
Big Drew and Jim recap Michigan baseball’s season-ending loss in Game 3 of the College World Series to Vanderbilt and provide the latest on NBA free agency. Also, the guys talk about the Rocket Mortgage Classic, blaming Erik Bakich, and limiting future transfers:- “Same old Wolverines.” Will Michigan baseball be back?- New destinations emerge: The latest on the NBA free agency front- How does the Rocket Mortgage Classic have your attention?- Is there room to blame Erik Bakich for Michigan baseball falling one game short of a National Championship?- The NCAA wants to limit future Shea Patterson’s. Are they doing the right thing?