Archives for May 18, 2018

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 18th, 5pm

  • More Husker baseball talk

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 18th, 4pm

  • Nebraska Baseball should look in a new direction

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 18th, 3pm

  • Husker Football
  • Tim Miles
  • Whats Poppin? With Mark

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 18th, 2pm

  • Husker Football
  • Tim Miles

Happer & Stephens: May 18th, 1pm

  • Scott Frost might be the most confident coach in college football.
  • Tim Miless says bring on Duke!
  • Alex Ovechkin eats a crazy pre-game meal, and “Should I Click On This Link?”

Happer & Stephens: May 18th, 12pm

  • Is the SEC smart for sticking with an 8-game schedule?
  • Sean Callahan, HuskerOnline
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: May 18th, 11am

  • Husker baseball is teetering on elimination from post-season contention.
  • Why does it seem like Darin Erstad is catching any heat for his team’s performance this season?
  • The Blog Jog, brought to you by Barney Insurance

May 18th: Sip is bad at movies

  • Skunked in the game show, the question arises, does Sipple live in a cave?

May 18th: Parker Gabriel (Lincoln Journal Star) / Shut Up Sipple

May 18th: Could Scott Frost win B1G Coach of the Year Award in 2018…without winning the B1G West?

-Sounds like a ridiculous question, doesn’t it? After all—Jeff Brohm had a huge turnaround at Purdue last year, and still didn’t win the award, as Paul Chryst won it with a phenomenal season at Wisconsin

-Michigan and Nebraska are thought to have the toughest schedules of any B1G team—let alone ANY team in the nation—in 2018…if Frost were to win 9 games but not win the division, would he have a chance in the B1G Coach of the Year conversation following a 4 win season in 2017?

May 18th: Derek Bombeck (Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau)

-How was the turnout of the USA Volleyball event at the Devaney Center?

-Also, news on the U.S. Wrestling team trials and Party on the Plaza….and Saltdogs!


May 18th: Noah Vedral officially gets a scholarship from Nebraska…will he ever truly factor in the QB race in his time here, though?

-Many believe that Adrian Martinez will be the man to beat when comes to the Fall, even though Tristan Gebbia might still be listed as the No.1 QB if the season started today….if Martinez gets the job, will Vedral ever have a chance to start outside of injury?

-This is what you want if you’re Frost—a QB room that has multiple players who you feel can play…but Vedral likely transferred to Nebraska with the intent of starting at some time, right? What does his future look like here?