DP & Stephens: Lance Harvell (Husker Baseball)

Husker Baseball Assistant Coach Lance Harvell joins the show for our weekly discussion.

  • Fans at the game is a refreshing feeling. Crowds are awesome.
  • They take ALL the wins.
  • How much attention do the coaches give towards 3-2 counts/strikeouts?
  • Spencer Schwellenbach is a heck of a two-way player.

DP & Stephens: Jaylen Reyes (Husker Volleyball)

Husker Volleyball Assistant Coach Jaylen Reyes joins the show ahead of the matches vs Ohio St this weekend!

  • Coach Reyes recaps the matches vs Illinois this past weekend.
  • Who are the best diggers on the team?
  • How are the girls’ health?
  • Preview of this weekend’s match with the Buckeyes.

DP & Stephens: Opening Segment

We start the show with some big news!

  • Husker Volleyball’s matches vs Wisconsin this weekend has been postponed.
  • Ayo Dosunmu broke his nose, it still hurts, so he might not play tonight.
  • Utah dominated the Lakers last night.

Sip and Parker had a chat with Bill Moos on Friday…what did they learn?

-Moos mentioned that he’d like to have fans at baseball and softball games, but the B1G may not allow that still…and we still have no baseball schedule, anyways…

-What else did we learn from Moos?

It looks like the Ireland game isn’t going to happen…will Nebraska get that opportunity again?

-Sip would have been going to the game to cover it… Was he looking forward to that or dreading the long trip and time change?

-Jake hadn’t made plans to go yet but was very interested in doing so…how many listeners were you planning to go? Will Nebraska get this chance again ever? And were you excited about it or not?

Scott Frost addressed the media yesterday on a variety of topics…what stood out?

-Frost readdress the 2021 recruiting class, Talked about Omar Manning, and discussed the idea of adding a transfer QB after spring ball, and more

-What else did we learn? What caught you by surprise, if anything, and where do things go from here?

The Recruiting Hour: December 22nd – Jeremy Werner (Illinois 247)

  • So, Bret Bielema is in at Illinois now?
  • What can we expect from the Illini?

Robin Washut (Husker Online) / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels & Joe)

-B1G hoops starts tonight for Nebrasketball! Can they hang with Wisconsin in Madison?

-Rutgers beats Illinois and moves close to the Top 10….can you make an argument that Steve Pikiell is a Top 3 coach in the league?

-Northwestern was supposed to be at the bottom of the league, but they just went and easily took care of Michigan State…is the conference just going to cannibalize itself this year?

Nebraska opens up as a 14-point underdog to Iowa…does anyone feel like the game will ever be competitive?

-What an absolute crap feeling this is. Seems like inevitable doom again at the hands of Iowa, for a sixth straight loss upcoming

-At this point, you have to wonder if Nebraska will win a game going forward. So sad.

The offense was bad, but what the hell happened to Nebraska’s defense? / Shut Up Sipple (sponsored by Bagels & Joe)

-Maybe they were so depressed about the fumble on the first play and just lost their edge? Hope that’s not the case…that would indicate serious mental fragility

-But it was very concerning how badly the line was getting blown off the ball. Same for offense, too.

Why can’t Nebraska play with an edge anymore? Are they just not buying in or something?

-Luke McCaffrey mentioned in postgame that it seemed like the energy was low all week, and it was too late before it became too much to overcome


There are some serious issues going on right now for chemistry on this team.

If people want to blame talent and culture for Nebraska’s problems, how do you explain Rutgers’ sudden level of competence?

-Rutgers lost to Michigan, 48-42, in 3 OTs, but it’s the fact that they made it that far—and with a former Husker QB, at that—that shows that even the perennial lowly Scarlet Knights seem to be somehow ahead of Nebraska on the field. Don’t even try to use the talent excuse there—that program recruits horribly

-Noah Vedral isn’t perfect, but he is a confident passer—and appears far better than what Martinez and McCaffrey are capable of. How do we explain this all away? Everything comes back to bite Nebraska.