The Drive: July 26th, 5pm

Video game streamers are now making six figures and have a chance to win millions in the upcoming “Fortnite Cup”

Sean Callahan: HuskerOnline

The Drive: July 26th, 3pm

  • Walters talking “receivers by committee”

The Drive: July 26th, 2pm

  • Is it weird (for other teams) that Nebraska is the favorites in the West?
  • Maurice Washington update

Cyza & Stephens: July 26th, 1pm

  • 3-on-3 draft: Tailgating activities
  • Parker Gabriel: Lincoln Journal Star

Cyza & Stephens: July 26th, 12pm

  • Expectations for Wisconsin this season
  • Ryan Day and the big shoes he has to fill
  • Streaking the Quad
  • Wingman

Cyza & Stephens: July 26th, 11am

  • Maurice Washington update
  • OC Troy Walters expects “receivers by committee” in 2019
  • Sean Callahan: HuskerOnline
  • Blog Jog

The Drive: July 12th, 5pm

  • Which Nebraska position groups are sure things, and which are a little bit tricky
  • Mason Ramsey’s Old Town Road remix
  • Wrap up

The Drive: July 12th, 4pm

  • Thirsty Thursday (Firsty Friday) with Kevin Meier from Meier’s Cork and Bottle
  • What’s In The Box

The Drive: July 12th, 3pm

  • 50 days!
  • The damn NBA did it again
  • Steven M. Sipple
  • What’s Poppin’

The Recruiting Hour: July 12, 2019

– Stories from the “almost” committs to Nebraska

– Ryan Burns: Minnesota247

– Texts and calls

Where does Andy Ruiz’s technical knockout over Anthony Joshua rank on the list of all-time boxing upsets?

– Fat guys rule.
– Andy Ruiz won by TKO in the seventh round over British sensation and three-belt champion
Anthony Joshua. Ruiz was a +1200 underdog. He’s 33-1 but underestimated because of his pudgy
physique. Ruiz is also the first Mexican heavyweight champion.
– Does this compare to Buster/Tyson?

The NBA Finals are now tied. With the series moving to Golden State, are the Raptors now at a breaking point in the series?

– The Warriors were on fire in the second half, and withstood iffy calls and close replays toward
the end.
– Andre Igoudala with the dagger. Dude’s a finals MVP and he showed it there.
– Raptors did well in the first half, then allowed Golden State to go on a 18-0 run to start the third
quarter. Paul Pierce of NBA on ESPN said the Raptors “didn’t want it enough” as teams that do don’t allow
large runs like that. Is there truth to it in this case?