Archives for April 6, 2018

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: April 6th, 4pm

  • Will you allow yourself to get hyped by the coaches offseason quotes again?
  • Hottest takes of the week
  • Alex B Smith: Sports Handicapper
  • Bock vs. Audience

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: April 6th, 3pm

  • Physicality of offense may not be there, does that matter to you?
  • The UFC is out of control
  • What’s Poppin’?

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: April 6th, 2pm

  • Tiger Struggling again, would you watch Saturday/Sunday if he is not in?
  • Will it be the new faces or old that would propel Nebraska to play above expectation?
  • Worst Tweet of the Day

Happer & Stephens: April 6th, 1pm

  • Nebraska’s new offense might not be ‘physical’, but give it a chance. It wins games.
  • What happens to guys like Devine Ozigbo and Mikale Wilbon?
  • Tiger Woods is falling apart, and Tom is sad about it.

Happer & Stephens: April 6th, 12pm

  • Who can Nebraska basketball turn to in the grad transfer market?
  • Let’s say Rick Pitino is actually innocent, and his assistants are to blame. Is he off the hook?
  • Sean Callahan, HuskerOnline
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: April 6th, 11am

  • Starting to second guess this whole “San Diego of the Big Ten” thing
  • Tim Miles has decided that he should maybe recruit shooters after watching Villanova.
  • The Blog Jog, brought to you by Barney Insurance

April 6th: An update of The Masters—and Sergio Garcia makes us all feel like we belong for one hole on the PGA Tour

7:45 –

-Tony Finau, who rolled his ankle in Wednesday’s Par 3 contest, ends up playing and has a phenomenal first round, while Tiger Woods battles through his round to a solid round of 1-over par…with no birdies on any par 5s!

-Sergio Garcia puts 5 balls in the water on hole 15 and cards a 13….congrats to you for being as good as a tour pro for one hole at the Masters!

April 6th: What’s the scoop at the linebackers spot and with depth? / Shut Up Sipple

7:25 –

-Good audio from Barrett Ruud and Jovan Dewitt on linebackers yesterday…what are we looking at with the spot in the fall?

April 6th: Can Nebraska get the level of physicality back that fans desire with Scott Frost and his players

7:00 –

-Nebraska is getting stronger again and faster under Scott Frost, but will it deliver the physicality that made Nebraska so dominant in their glory days? Frost has said he wants to get back to what made this place special, and that was no-doubt a big part of it

-Can you be physical in this type of offense? And will the defense follow suit and be physical? How much can they change from one year to the next?

April 6th: Derek Bombeck (Lincoln Visitors and Convention Bureau)

-Bullet points from email….what’s coming up in Lincoln this week and month?


April 6th: Do you believe the chemistry with players is better going into next year for Nebrasketball than last year?

6:25 – Do you believe the chemistry with players is better going into next year for Nebrasketball than last year?

-Isaiah Roby apparently has entered his name for NBA Draft considerations but is unlikely to hear his name mentioned yet—joining Isaac Copeland and James Palmer, Jr.

-Last time at this year, Tim Miles said there was a single file line of guys wanting to talk about their roles with the team or transferring—-he says that is not the case this tim

April 6th: Erik Chinander acts like he has more to work with than he expected to have when he first took over the Husker defense…does that speed up the process?


-Was it just confusion last year that caused epic breakdowns in the defense every game? Or were they just lacking talent? The talent level definitely isn’t what Bill Callahan left Bo Pelini left for his first few years of his tenure at Nebraska, but it’s definitely not lacking. Could Chinander have the same type of impact immediately that Pelini did defensively?

-Why does everyone think that the defense is bound to be terrible? They were bad last year, yes—but they have guys who were highly rated in recruiting everywhere defensively..