Archives for January 4, 2021

DP & Stephens: The Leftovers

We finish out the show with the Leftovers.

DP & Stephens: Tom’s Ten

Tom gives his best performances from the weekend!

DP & Stephens: Picks of Density

Bring in the intern, we are reviewing last week’s picks.

DP & Stephens: Wing Man!

Let’s give some chicken away on Movie Monday.

DP & Stephens: Happer and Rico

Tom and DP bring in Happer and Rico to discuss the weekend for the NFL.

DP & Stephens: Johnny Holliday

The Voice of Maryland Athletics, Johnny Holliday, joins the show!

DP & Stephens: Blog Jog

Rico is in studio for the Blog Jog.

DP & Stephens: Steve Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star

Steve Sipple of the Lincoln Journal Star joins DP and Tom to talk about Husker Football after JoJo Domann announced he’s returning to the Blackshirts.

DP & Stephens: Jay Foreman

Tom’s Back!

Husker Hall of Famer Jay Foreman joins the show to kick off the week!

Nebrasketball hangs tight with Michigan State, but loses their 21st straight conference game

-The Spartans finally got their first B1G win, in an 84-77 win over the Huskers, who played much better than their horrendous effort from Wednesday against Ohio State

-Where do things go from here?

-On one hand, the success of the Cyclones and Wildcats makes you believe that if they can have that type of success, then why can’t Nebraska? We believed Scott Frost was an upper-echelon coach coming to Nebraska, but it hasn’t seemed that way so far -Northwestern’s key to success is continuity, and look at what their 5th year senior class delivered for wins and accolades—wow. And for Iowa State? Matt Campbell’s first year was 3-9 at a program that struggled perennially. Since then? 4 bowl appearances and only one season below 8 wins (7 in 2019)…this year was certainly the growth year, though

-Texas AD Chris Del Conte said in recent weeks that Herman was safe, and then they crushed Colorado in the bowl game, finished the year at 7-3….and Herman is fired

-Sarkisian helped Alabama advance to the national championship, but will he win in Austin?

Iowa State and Northwestern finish off their strong seasons with resounding triumphs over Power 5 teams…why can’t Nebraska keep up with them?

-On one hand, the success of the Cyclones and Wildcats makes you believe that if they can have that type of success, then why can’t Nebraska? We believed Scott Frost was an upper-echelon coach coming to Nebraska, but it hasn’t seemed that way so far

-Northwestern’s key to success is continuity, and look at what their 5th year senior class delivered for wins and accolades—wow. And for Iowa State? Matt Campbell’s first year was 3-9 at a program that struggled perennially. Since then? 4 bowl appearances and only one season below 8 wins (7 in 2019)…this year was certainly the growth year, though