Archives for October 31, 2018

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 31st, 5pm

  • Nate Clouse: Husker Online
  • Uriel Hernandez replay
  • Snow recap/Poll Question Update

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 31st, 4pm

  • Scott Frost poll numbers according to 683 Nebraskans
  • Jeff Risdon:
  • Reese’s candy converter

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 31st, 3pm

  • Robin Washut: Husker Online
  • What number does Nebraska have to hold Ohio State to, to feel good about Saturday
  • What’s Poppin

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: October 31st, 2pm

  • Uriel Hernandez: Bethune-Cookman kicker and greatest player in college football
  • College Football Playoff rankings
  • Stat of the Day

Happer & Stephens: October 31st, 1pm

  • Dwayne Haskins is an elite college quarterback. But is he the best option for Ohio State and Urban Meyer?
  • What You Want
  • Tim Miles weighs in on the scandals in college basketball.
  • Husker basketball preview

Happer & Stephens: October 31st, 12pm

  • Sam McKewon, Omaha World Herald
  • Doug Lesmerises says that Ohio State might decide to run for 400 yards against Nebraska. Is it really that simple to get yardage against the Blackshirts?
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: October 31st, 11am

  • Yesterday will not go down in history as a good day for the Big Ten East.
  • Doug Lesmerises,
  • The Blog Jog, brought to you by Barney Insurance

What a weird time at Maryland right now, as D.J. Durkin is….BACK?!

-Maryland held a press conference yesterday that announced that they are aware of the findings in the case against D.J. Durkin, but don’t think the findings ultimately led to the death of Jordan McNair

-So…Durkin is back, and apparently some players walked out on him when he held a meeting with players after the announcement

Parker Gabriel (Lincoln Journal Star) / Shut Up Sipple

-Wandale Robinson announces his school decision soon…are you expecting Nebraska to get the nod?

-Is blitzing the answer against Ohio State or is being aggressive what might kill Nebraska?

An Ohio State website already thinks that Scott Frost is going to cause problems in recruiting for players that both schools want

-Eleven Warriors wrote about Frost and Nebraska’s desire for Wandale Robinson, a player that Ohio State also wants, and that if Nebraska gets him, it could be a (possible) trend for players of the same caliber going forward

-This is the interesting part of the conversation. That might be believable for skill players on offense, but will Nebraska be able to beat players in the same conversation as Ohio State on defense? They don’t have an upper-echilon defense to ‘sell’ to recruits, and even though Ohio State’s defense isn’t great this year, it’s typically pretty dang good. Do you think other programs are going to be fearful of Nebraska in recruiting now, in general?

Alabama is ranked No. 1 in the first week of the college football playoff

-Alabama is ranked first in the College Football Playoff rankings. Clemson, LSU and Notre Dame round out the top-4. Michigan is on the outside looking in.

Sean Callahan (Husker Online)

-No matter what happens on Saturday against Ohio State, do you believe Nebraska can enter next year’s game against them with an expectation of beating them?

-Do you expect Nebraska to lean more on the run game on Saturday or be more 50/50 on offense?

-What can Nebraska do defensively to try and slow down the Buckeyes?