Archives for October 10, 2018

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 10th, 5pm

  • Adrian Martinez, The Magician, according to Pat Fitzgerald
  • Lebron’s Kids
  • Clouse replay
  • Snow recap/Poll Question Update

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 10th, 4pm

  • Nebrasketball, are you worried about let down?
  • A Husker player’s quote kind of exemplifies the behavior this team needs to get over
  • Cory McCartney: Fox Sports South
  • Best tweet of the day

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 10th, 3pm

  • Nate Clouse: Husker Online
  • Who gets left out of the playoff if Notre Dame is in?
  • How does a Group of 5 team get into the playoff if UCF doesn’t get in this year if they go undefeated again?
  • Snow vs Happer

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 10th, 2pm

  • The president gives the state of the program
  • The offense vs Defense schematically

Happer & Stephens: October 10th, 1pm

  • Allow Connor ten minutes to rant about baseball.
  • What You Want
  • LeBron lets his kids drink wine
  • Millennials have killed American cheese

Happer & Stephens: October 10th, 12pm

  • Sam McKewon, Omaha World Herald
  • The offense wants to go fast, but that really hurts the defense at times.
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: October 10th, 11am

  • When Donald Trump utters Tom Osborne’s name, we’re going to talk about it. Those are the rules.
  • Nebraska is going to struggle against traditional Big Ten style teams.
  • The preseason B1G Basketball media poll is out. Let’s get the hype train fired ALL THE WAY up!
  • The Blog Jog, brought to you by Barney Insurance

Jovan Dewitt apparently doesn’t think Nebraska has enough players capable of being good on special teams

-How is that possible with a 100+ man roster? A change is being made at long snapper because Dewitt doesn’t believe Jordan Ober is good enough in coverage

-There is a major issue if you can’t find enough guys who are capable of playing special teams

Parker Gabriel (Lincoln Journal Star) / Shut Up Sipple

-Is this the week for Nebraska’s first win, and could it start a run of success before the Ohio State game in early November?

-Will Nebraska keep experimenting with new personnel at places or are they going to keep things where they’re at for a while?

-Is the poor start to the season affecting recruiting at all?

How much can the last 7 games of the season change your view of what 2019 looks like compared to your current thoughts?

-Nebraska is 0-5 currently; let’s say they go 5-2 down the stretch somehow. What’s your thoughts on 2019 compared to if they go 2-5 down the stretch and finish 2-10 overall? Same expectations for 2019 as it would be at 5-7 or not? Just expecting things to click in 2019 because the schedule is easier and you have the implementation year over with?

-It’s such an interesting dynamic to think of how much things can change for the better or for the worse over a span of 7 games after an 0-5 start. What are fans expecting next year at the current moment and also what current record are they projecting for this current season after the start?

Isaiah Roby seems to be Nebrasketball’s best NBA prospect, so how does he get more involved in the offense?

-James Palmer and Isaac Copeland carried the load last year for the offense, and Roby was involved, too…but more and more draft boards are projecting Roby with the highest potential for the next level…does he become the go-to player?


Sean Callahan (Husker Online)

-Is Nebraska’s defense getting any better, and will it the rest of the season?

-What’s the best way to fix Nebraska’s 3rd down woes on offense?

-How does Nebraska stack up against Northwestern?