Archives for February 5, 2018

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: February 5th, 5pm

  • The Eagles were great, but Nick Foles was why they won
  • Sage Rosenfels replay
  • Poll Question Update/Wrap things up

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: February 5th, 4pm

  • Gronk thought about retirement, and I might if I were him
  • Michael Bruntz: Huskers Illustrated
  • Best Tweet of the Day

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: February 5th, 3pm

  • Sage Rosenfels: Former NFL QB
  • What’s Poppin’?

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: February 5th, 2pm

  • So what do we do with Nick Foles now?
  • How, if you’re Carson Wentz, do you process this?
  • Man of the Weekend

Happer & Stephens: February 5th, 1pm

  • SMU Coach Sonny Dykes had interesting comments about how he plans to handle dual-signing days in the future.
  • Nebrasketball Bubble Watch: Women’s hoops edition
  • Which is better…traveling trophy or keeping the trophy
  • Mike Riley tended to put all of his eggs in one basket in recruiting.

Happer & Stephens: February 5th, 12pm

  • Scott Frost speaks out against a potential reform of transfer rules.
  • Nebrasketball Bubble Watch: WE’RE FIRST FOUR OUT!
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: February 5th, 11am

  • The Super Bowl was awesome. Let’s relive it!
  • Steve Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star
  • The Blog Jog, brought to you by Barney Insurance

February 5th: Football is over until August…what will you do with your life?

-Good luck! Bring on baseball…..or golf? Reality is about to set in, and it’s not going to be ideal.

February 5th: Nebrasketball moves into Joe Lunardi’s ‘First Four Out’ in updated Bracketology / Shut Up Sipple

-Has all this talk been too much about needing to win out? They didn’t even play for a week and moved up in bracketology. Of course, they need to beat Minnesota tomorrow and knock off any potential rust to earn their spot…

February 5th: Scott Frost isn’t a fan of transfers immediately being allowed to play—is he in the majority or the minority?

-Sip talked with Frost last week about a variety of different things including the topic of transfers, and Frost made good points about how it would be bad for the sport to have it immediately, while ESPN’s Jay Bilas has always said it’s been best for student-athletes to be able and transfer whenever

-Who is right and who is wrong on this? Where is the middle ground? Also, Frost thoughts on other roster things…

February 5th: Nick Foles wins Super Bowl MVP, so how exactly should Carson Wentz feel right now?

-The Eagles literally changed up their offense just before the postseason to make it easier for Foles, and he did very well in the postseason…great move for Doug Pederson, but what goes through his head? What was the thoughts with Tommie Frazier and Brook Berringer in that situation?


February 5th: Huskers lose Matthew Tago to Oregon State…is someone else on the horizon at QB?

-To be clear, Oregon State was recruiting Tago to play linebacker at Oregon State, while Nebraska wanted him as a QB…guess he didn’t want to play the position that badly

-Someone else in the mix as Signing Day sits just 2 days away?