Archives for November 16, 2020

DP & Stephens: The Leftovers

DP and Tom wrap up Monday’s show with The Leftovers.

DP & Stephens: Steve Sipple

Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star joins Tom and DP.

DP & Stephens: Husker Bites, cont.

DP and Tom react to the latest audio from today’s Huskers’ media availability.

DP & Stephens: Wing Man!

It’s Monday Movie Mania on Wing Man!

Presented by Buffalo Wings and Rings.

DP & Stephens: Tom’s 10

Today’s edition of Tom’s 10 features Tom’s top 10 weekend performances.

DP & Stephens: Husker Bites

DP and Tom react to the latest audio from today’s Huskers’ media availability.

DP & Stephens: Blog Jog

Rico is in studio for The Blog Jog.

DP & Stephens: Husker Bites

DP and Tom react to audio from after the Husker’s win over Penn State.

DP & Stephens: Jay Foreman

Husker legend Jay Foreman joins Tom and DP to kick off the show.

Nebraska opens as a 14-point favorite over Illinois…is that too high or appropriate?

-Illinois did just beat Rutgers to get their first win of the season, picking off Noah Vedral 3 times, including one in the final minute of the game to set them up to kick the game-winning FG

-Also, NEBRASKETBALL LANDED A FREAKING 5-STAR BASKETBALL PLAYER…Bryce McGowens!

Is Michigan the worst team in the B1G? / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels & Joe)

-Michigan had exactly one yard of offense and 2 turnovers by the end of the first quarter, and it didn’t get better in their 48-11 loss to Wisconsin, who hadn’t played since Oct. 24

-The Wolverines are broken. Where do they go from here? Could they beat Illinois or Rutgers? That’s a serious questions Also—the 4-0 Indiana Hoosiers open as a 21 point underdog to Ohio State on Saturday

Did Nebraska do enough on Saturday to make you believe the monkey is off their back and they can make a run?

-The defense gave up 500+ yards, but was excellent when it mattered most. And that was always the game plan for the defense in the Scott Frost era, so kudos to Erik Chinander

-Is the offense close to getting it going? Tough to say yes on that. Still not getting the WRs involved enough, and although Wan’Dale got more touches, it’s still a concern that he got so many carries…

-On a BRIGHT note…special teams was good! Field goals, good kick/punt coverage…encouraging