Archives for May 9, 2019

The Drive: May 9th, 5pm

  • What is your Kool-Aid status right now
  • Sean Callahan (Husker Online)
  • Wrap things up

The Drive: May 9th, 4pm

  • The future triggers Snow…lets talk future
  • Thirsty Thursday with Kevin Meier from Meier’s Cork and Bottle
  • Drunk Segment / BASEBALL CORNER

The Drive: May 9th, 3pm

  • Kevin Durant is out and everything just changed
  • Nebraska Baseball is one of first few teams OUT of the NCAA Tournament according to D1 Baseball
  • Chris Heady (Omaha World Herald)
  • What’s Poppin’ (brought to you by Barney Insurance)

The Recruiting Hour: May 9th

  • Opening Splash
  • Malik Reed (ILB, Arizona) @ 22:48
  • Defacto Mailbag

Cyza & Stephens: May 9th, 1pm

Are you actually concerned about a team’s APR?

Onwiler’s Court

Would you expect any other coach to do what Hoiberg is currently doing at Nebraska?

Cyza & Stephens: May 9th, 12pm

Ty Lue is not going to the Lakers

How Significant is KD’s injury?

Robing Washut: Husker Online

Wing Man

Cyza & Stephens: May 9th, 11am

This is going to be a vastly different basketball team next year

Parker Gabriel: Lincoln Journal Star

Blog Jog

Early Break: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 2

  • Hot Take on Avalanche Game 7 and tonight’s Nuggets/Blazers Game 6
  • show wrap-up

Early Break: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 1

  • How concerned are you about Dedrick Mills being eligible to play at Nebraska? Maurice Washington status?
  • Nebraska football discussion
  • Is there any reason in the world for Nebraska to be considered as Ohio State’s top challenger to the Big Ten title this year?
  • Shut up Sipple

Early Break: What matters more, the academics or being able a successful football program

  • Jake and Sip continue to talk about whether it’d be OK or not for Nebraska to sacrifice their grades in order to have a good football team
    • What do the texters and callers think?
  • How far would you go to win a championship?

Early Break: MAILBAGGGG!!!!! Your questions, our answers

  • It’s the final appearance for Hot Take—send your emails to
  • Also, SONG OF THE DAY:

Early Break: Would you be OK with Nebraska having bad academics if it resulted in winning consistently?

  • The answer seems like an obvious ‘yes,’ but there are those out there who will (rightfully) point out that college is for helping the majority of these players to get degrees without a future in professional football
  • Michigan State was last in the conference in APR this past year at 948. Let’s say Nebraska was last place, and right around the 930 minimum that’s acceptable to get into the postseason, and obviously toward the bottom of college football…would you care as long as they’re winning?