The Drive: June 17th, 3pm

If this hire works out for Nebraska Baseball, is that where Bill Moos deserves the most credit?

Robin Washut: Husker Online

Whats Poppin

A lot of blame is steered toward Darin Erstad, is it warranted?

– How much blame should Erstad get for the decisions in the game?
– It was a strong end to the season, however, it ended in frustrating fashion. How’s the state of
Husker baseball? This is a younger team full of underclassmen who contributed well, but do changes need
to be made?
– When, what, or how will the breaking point be for fans on Husker baseball?

The Drive: May 30th, 3pm

  • The day we have all been waiting for – KICKOFF TIMES!!!!!
  • Chris Heady (Omaha World Herald)
  • What’s Poppin’ (brought to you by Barney Insurance)

Early Break: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 1

  • How concerned are you about Dedrick Mills being eligible to play at Nebraska? Maurice Washington status?
  • Nebraska football discussion
  • Is there any reason in the world for Nebraska to be considered as Ohio State’s top challenger to the Big Ten title this year?
  • Shut up Sipple

Early Break: Derek Bombeck (Lincoln Convention & Visitors Bureau)

  • YMCA of Lincoln Healthy Kids Day, Big Ten Women’s Tennis Tournament, Mayors Fun Run, Lincoln Marathon
  • Also, SONG OF THE DAY

Early Break: Song of the Day and Aging Gracefully

  • Jake provides a Song of the Day that makes everyone happy.
  • Sipple has new idea for his series of Aging Gracefully

Early Break: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/ Huskers Illustrated): Part 2

  • Husker Football
  • Spring football
    • Who looks impressive so far
  • Shut up Sipple

Early Break: Husker Basketball

  • How far can this team really go with such a depleted roster
  • is there a chance that today is the last full day that Tim Miles is employed by Nebraska? Think about that. If they lose to Rutgers, we might hear an announcement as soon as tomorrow regarding a change in head coaches for Nebraska.
    • However—if there is a coach that is taking a leap from their current job to Nebraska—maybe it wouldn’t happen right away. A fascinating 48 hours is ahead of us

Early Break: Husker Baseball shows over the weekend that maybe they’re not so bad after all

  • In the Frisco Classic, Nebraska rode excellent pitching to a 2-1 win over 3rd-ranked Texas Tech, and then blew a big lead and lost to Sam Houston State, 11-10, which was a bummer
    • They showed they can compete against high level competition
  • Now on to Waco with a series against Baylor
  • Song of the Day

Early Break: At what point would the Tim Miles discussion get back to being awkward, and how awkward would it be?

  • Nothing seemed awkward when Nebraska was riding a 7-game losing streak in what was supposed to be an easy stretch of play, as it seemed inevitable that Tim Miles would be fired at the end of the year.
    • That’s still a strong possibility, but what happens if the team goes on a run after Wednesday’s defeat of Minnesota?
  • Northwestern isn’t a terribly tough game tomorrow, and Penn State will be a test, but not unbeatable the following game. -What will it take for the conversation to get awkward again about whether or not Miles is fired?

Early Break: What is the ceiling for Husker basketball?

  • Tim Miles says tomorrow is the beginning of the second season, what does that mean for this team?
  • What can this team achieve without Copeland and on a downfall
  • Can Thor continue to step-up?

Early Break: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 1

  • Is a Tim Miles firing inevitable for Nebrasketball?
  • Can you believe how quickly this season spiraled out of control for how solid the first 17 games were?
  • How many wins remain on the schedule for the Husker basketball team?
  • Has the house of cards officially crumbled for Tim?