Archives for June 2021

DP & Stephens: The Leftovers

Time to wrap up the show with the Leftovers!

DP & Stephens: Chris Basnett (Lincoln Journal Star)

It’s time to talk about Huskers Athletics with the Lincoln Journal Star’s Chris Basnett.

 

DP & Stephens: Lance Harvell (Husker Baseball)

Husker Baseball’s Lance Harvell joins the show — and he has some guys with him!

What work is being done in the offseason?

DP & Stephens: Wing Man

It’s time for Wing Man!

Rico is here to say a song!

DP & Stephens: Evric Gray (UNLV Runnin’ Rebel)

Former UNLV Runnin Rebel Evric Gray joins the show for their weekly conversation.

DP & Stephens: Tom’s Ten – Songs that are so bad, we love.

Tom gives us a list of his songs that he usually changes the channel.

DP & Stephens: Blog Jog

It’s time for the Blog Jog.

Nick stops by to tell some stories.

DP & Stephens: Husker Head Coaches/NIL

We dive into a difficult conversation.

Runza is offering NIL Opportunities

DP & Stephens: Opening Segment

Ronnie Green made a statement yesterday regarding the Husker’s Athletic Department

NBA Playoffs

CWS Finals needs to be a bigger deal.

It’s Jake’s last show of the week…is Big Sky ready for the big stage the rest of week?

-Sip is here the rest of the week, but Big Sky steps in for Jake tomorrow and Friday to try his hand at hosting….any surprises in store for the listeners that Big Sky can tease for us?

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Parker Gabriel (Lincoln Journal Star) / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels & Joe)

-NIL begins tomorrow..some believe the money that athletes will receive could keep them from going pro…what kind of money are you expecting to see?

-Are we looking at a 2nd straight year of a Husker commitment on the 4th of July with James Monds? Who else is he looking at?

-How soon will we know a replacement for Bill Moos? What’s Scott Frost thinking now about his job security?

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Which football program has the higher upside: Nebraska or Iowa State?

-It’s a question Mark Onwiler posed to us after the show yesterday, and a sad thought to think about. Could the same be asked of Indiana vs. Nebraska, too? Think about that historically

-Iowa State is in the midst of their most successful run in program history the last few years, thanks to Matt Campbell’s work as head coach. Is it sustainable long-term? Can Ames be a landing/finishing spot for a coach or always a stepping stone? What about Nebraska?

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