DP & Stephens: Husker Hoops Discussion

Nebraska Men’s Basketball Head Coach Fred Hoiberg spoke to the media on Wednesday.

  • Hoiberg reflects on last year’s Big Ten tournament.

Rico touched a doughnut.

Let’s take a frightening journey to Scott Frost and Fred Hoiberg’s path back to .500 in conference play, shall we?

-Scott Frost is 9-17 in BIG play in his 3 years at Nebraska, and Fred Hoiberg is 3-31. Simply put, it’s going to be difficult for both coaches to simply get to mediocre in conference play. The good news for both coaches is that since they dug themselves such a big hole, if they DID ever get back to .500…that means the programs are doing pretty damn well at that point.

-What’s the most likely path for Frost in terms of years? If he went 6-3 in conference play for 3 straight years, he’d get to 1 game above .500 by his 6th season at the program. As for Fred…it’s probably going to be a long time, if ever. That’s how deep of a hole he’s in.

 

DP & Stephens: Husker Hoops

We discuss the Husker Men’s Basketball program after their loss last night to Penn St.

  • Fred Hoiberg sound bites.
  • How’d they lose when two players combine for 58 points?
  • Teddy Allen has grown in recent games, give credit where credit is due.

Hoiberg is now 3-31 in the conference as the Husker head coach — what’s the deal?

DP & Stephens: Mark Manning, Husker Wrestling

The head man of Husker Wrestling kicks off Thursday’s show.

  • We discuss the most recent matches
  • What the squad is going through and how their lives have been altered due to Covid.
  • Multiple teams in the top 10, what are the keys to being successful?
  • What does Coach Manning do differently than other programs to maintain success?