Should we care about Nebraska paying Akron $650,000 for not playing a game?

-Nebraska is paying Akron $650,000 for not playing this year, then will pay them over $1-million to play in 2025. Is it a big deal that Nebraska has to pay Akron for not even playing them this year?

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-Nebraska basketball’s win over Oklahoma State

-How would you grade Nebraska’s non-conference slate

-Is the 25th ranking in the AP Top-25 too high or too low?

No players (yet) have signed for Nebraska from the states of Florida, Texas and California, aka “The Big Three” states of recruiting

-Recruits from Nebraska and Georgia represent most of the Huskers 2019 recruiting class, and none from California, Texas and Florida. Was/is this a coordinated move by Frost? Or did they just get unlucky and not sign anyone from those states.

-Is it anything to worry about?

UCF and Florida are in a scheduling spat

-UCF athletic director Danny White reached out to Florida athletic director Scott Stricklin. White discussed the possibility of doing a home-and-home with Florida. Stricklin reportedly denied that offer, saying UF isn’t interested in scheduling home-and-home series’ against non-Power 5 schools. Sticklin counter-offered with two home games for UF, and one in UCF.

-You can’t blame UCF for trying, but is a two-for-one a good deal for UCF? Or is White allowed to be disappointed.

How do we expect Frost and Nebraska to use the running backs in 2019?

-Devine Ozigbo had over half of the carries for Nebraska football last season. Maurice Washington was second, Greg Bell finished in distant third but obviously left the program. In Frost’s tenure at UCF, he used one back who got a bulk of the carries, then had two to three other backs who had over 20% of the carries.

-This goes back to the running back-by-committee debate. With Washington back next season, and the incoming freshman in Dedrick Mills, Miles Jones and Wandale Robinson in the mix. Do we expect more backs to be used next season, or will it be relatively close to the 2018 season?

Is Nebraska basketball’s new ranking in the AP poll fair? Should it be higher or is it fine where it’s at?

-The Huskers are 9-2 on the season and fresh off a dominating win over Oklahoma State. The winning effort vaulted Nebraska back in to the AP top-25, at #25.

-Nebraska has dominated a lot of their opponents and lost two games to decent teams. That said, is it fair to say they should have a higher ranking? Or have we just not seen enough yet from Nebraska and are fine with where they’re at currently.

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: December 17th, 5pm

  • Andy Katz: BTN
  • Snow recap/Poll question update

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: December 17th, 4pm

  • Dan Mullen tries to play hero for the CFP
  • Parker Gabriel: Lincoln Journal Star
  • Worst Tweet of the Day

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: December 17th, 3pm

  • Michael Bruntz: 247Sports
  • Around the NFL
  • What’s Poppin’

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: December 17th, 2pm

  • The biggest story about a great game in the national championship became a picture in a locker room
  • Nebrasketball has found their stride
  • Man of the Weekend

Where does Mikaela Foeke rank on the great Husker volleyball players in histor

* Foeke obviously will go down as one of the most decorated athletes in Nebraska volleyball, with 124 wins, 4 Final Fours, 2 national titles and a runner-up finish. Impressive, indeed.

* She’s been the leader for the Huskers this season and capped off her career with her best performance in the final.

With two days left until Early Signing Day, the Huskers recruiting class is starting to take form

* With 22 known commits to the 2019 recruiting class, a plethora of good, in-state talent and more commits to come, Nebraska’ recruiting class looks solid under year two of Scott Frost.

* What’s the status on Lloyd Sumerall, Noa Pola-Gates and Ty Robinson? Those would be key additions to the team.

* What do you make of Nebraska sending EVERY COACH to visit Ty Robinson? What does it mean when a team sends it whole staff to see a player?