Archives for September 16, 2019

The Drive: September 16th, 5pm

  • Offensive struggles
  • Jeremiah Stovall gets a scholarship, who gets the last one?
  • Wrap things up

The Drive: September 16th, 4pm

  • Nebraska – Ohio State, what could happen
  • Nebraska’s defense is built for this, whether the offense is good or not
  • College Football Reaction/Overreaction
  • What’s in the Box (Raisin’ Canes)

The Drive: September 16th, 3pm

  • Man of the Weekend
  • Robin Washut (HuskerOnline)
  • What’s Poppin’ (brought to you by Barney Insurance)

The Recruiting Hour: September 16th

  • Opening Kick
  • Reaction to Scott Frost press conference
  • Texts and Calls

Cyza & Stephens: September 16th, 1pm

  • Frost audio
  • More Frost audio
  • Streaking the Quad

Cyza & Stephens: September 16th, 11am

  • Impressions, takeaways from Nebraska’s win over Northern Illinois
  • Nebraska/Ohio State gets the primetime ABC slot!
  • Blog Jog (brought to you by Barney Insurance)

Cyza & Stephens: September 16th, 12pm

  • Is this Nebraska defense for real?
  • Big Ten Blitz
  • Wing Man

Huskers open as anywhere between a 7.5 to 8 point favorite against Illinois…does that seem about right?

-Illinois had a nice 2-0 start to the year, but just had a terrible 34-31 loss to Eastern Michigan which will make people slow their roll on them. However, it is a night game in Champaign, so we will see how much of a difference that makes. How would you pick Nebraska right now with that spread? Do you have to see the status of Jaimes and Taylor-Britt before you do anything?


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Maurice Washington once again showed he is Mr. Big Play / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels & Joe)

-How good was Maurice on Saturday? Wow. Scott Frost’s offenses live off of big plays, and Maurice delivered multiple times (as did Dedrick Mills with a long 61-yard run)…can we expect these big plays to continue against better teams?


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Nebraska played a full four quarters for the first time in a long time…are you confident they can do that now more going forward?

-We’ve been waiting for that to happen, and it finally did. No TDs allowed by the defense, and another good game against the run…and we even got see backups like Rahmir Johnson and Noah Vedral play well in the 4th quarter


-Jake focused in on Broc Bando in his role filling in for the injured Brendan Jaimes, and he thought he performed pretty well. Eli Sullivan was great, too, helping out for Cam Taylor-Britt with the injury and also with the unit still replacing the injured Deontai Williams. How much did Saturday’s performance make you believe in depth and ability to play a full game?


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It was an…interesting weekend for the Big Ten, and that’s not exactly a compliment

-The good: Ohio State rolled again, Nebraska rolled, and Iowa beat Iowa State


-The bad: Michigan State loses at home to Arizona State, Minnesota barely survives Georgia Southern, Purdue gets beat down by TCU, Illinois loses to Eastern Michigan, and Maryland loses to Temple. Oof.


-Also, SONG OF THE DAY (sponsored by Sartor Hamann Jewelers):

What is Nebraska going to do at the kicker position? It’s red alert right now

-Isaac Armstrong did a great job again punting, but a poor job kicking. Lane McCallum came in late and made some XPs, and the question now comes why wasn’t he considered more early on, as a former scholarship kicker at Air Force?


-If Barret Pickering isn’t back ASAP, this becomes a bigger situation as Big Ten play approaches now. This has to be a a point of emphasis to be figured out this week ahead of Illinois.


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