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Podcast: Saying hello to Franz Wagner and Joey Hauser

The Moving Screen is a podcast collaboration with The Athletic’s Brendan Quinn. We’ll be tackling Michigan, Michigan State and Big Ten basketball at large with a blend of rational analysis and hot takes.

Today’s Moving Screen podcast dives into Michigan and Michigan State’s latest additions: Franz Wagner and Joey Hauser. We examine the ins and outs of both recruitments and how each prospect fits into their new program.

Listen to “Saying hello to Franz Wagner and Joey Hauser” on Spreaker.

Among the topics discussed:
-Franz Wagner’s official visit that almost wasn’t
-How Michigan turned his recruitment around
-What type of impact can he have at Michigan?

-Why Joey Hauser is heading to Michigan State
-Michigan State is where Hauser wanted to be all along
-Hauser’s fit in Michigan State’s offense

Timestamps:
(02:46) Franz Wagner
(29:10) Joey Hauser

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Notable Replies

  1. wolverheel

    I would 100% agree with you if John Beilein were still the coach, but I think the “clean slate” sort of thing that goes on in any coaching change will give Johns just as much of a chance.

  2. IanLemersal

    I’m just happy that the whole “Brandon Johns playing the 5” thing is (likely) over. I think he can have a big year

  3. Inmycourt

    Can’t imagine any good reason for Johns to be used at the 5. With Teske, Castelton and Davis/Faulds, the 5 is as well manned as at any time in the Beilein era, and Johns is certainly not a natural at that position.

  4. ReegsShannon

    Will Brendan’s new podcast with Nick interfere with The Moving Screen at all since there’ll definitely be come content overlap?

  5. umhoops

    Nope, business as usual for our pod right now.

    Brendan’s pod with Nick, from what I understand, is going to be more episode based than time based. Not so much a ramble about the last week’s events (as our podcast currently is) but something you could pick up and listen to at any time. Recapping something in history, an in-depth conversation with someone, stuff like that.

    Don’t want to speak for them, but that’s what I understand about the format, etc. Don’t expect there will be much overlap.

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