The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: December 22nd, 4pm

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  • Bock Vs Audience

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: December 22nd, 3pm

  • What was Rileys plan with the defensive backs?
  • Steve Sipple: LJS
  • Whats Poppin?

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: December 22nd, 2pm

  • Troy Walters wants Nebraska to go up-tempo and so do I
  • What happened yesterday at Western Illinois is why the NCAA needs to change their rules
  • Worst Tweet of The Day

December 7th: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 3

-Thoughts on Husker hoops’ win over Minnesota on Tuesday night and do they have any chance against Creighton on Saturday, or will they be in their heads on the road as usual?

-Also, how close will you follow the former staff members under Mike Riley and where they end up? We already know Trent Bray is back at Oregon State…will Mike Riley join him, too? What about Langsdorf/Diaco?

December 7th: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 2 / Shut Up Sipple

-Jake gets to ask the Bookie question to Schaefer again for the first time in a month! Is Nebraska back in the hunt for his services?

-How important will JUCOs be to this staff? How many do you expect per year? And, overall thoughts on the staff that Frost has assembled so far

December 7th: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 1

-Scott Frost named Home Depot National Coach of the Year for his work at UCF this year…how much will that boost his recruiting efforts?

-For those who questioned his classes and their rankings at UCF, how much have those questions been answered with how quickly they’ve moved in on 4-star caliber players and more this week?

-How would you describe Nebraska’s recruiting philosophy under Scott Frost from what you’ve seen so far?

December 7th: Willie Taggart heads to Florida State after one year at Oregon, and Ducks’ recruits and players call him a liar

-Taggart said originally that he hadn’t been contacted by Florida State until last weekend, but it appears he actually had talked with them on Thursday, but was out recruiting for Oregon and telling players he wasn’t going anywhere…is he in the wrong? What was he supposed to tell the recruits?


December 7th: What are Nebraska’s top 3 priorities for Year One under Scott Frost?

-Athlon Sports thinks the top priorities are: 1) Quarterback Play; 2) Ignite the Ground Game; and 3) Get tougher against the run on defense

-Does that sound about right for what is most important? And can they accomplish all 3 facets that need improvement? What else would round out a Top 5 list for what needs to improve?

-Also—Stanley Morgan and J.D. Spielman make the AP’s All-B1G Second Team

December 7th: How important is a Nebraska renaissance for the Big Ten and its image?

-The World-Herald’s Tom Shatel wrote a good article asking that question, and it’s worth addressing. When Nebraska entered the B1G, the perception of the league was poor—didn’t do well in bowl games, embarrassing tattoo scandal at Ohio State, and then the Penn State fiasco…the image was poor

-The conference has certainly risen since then with Ohio State, Michigan State, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Penn State all having great seasons at some point in the past 3 years…but how much could Nebraska getting back to national relevancy help put the conference over the top?

December 4th: Alabama gets into the College Football Playoff without being a conference champion

-Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia, and Alabama were announced as the teams in the playoff, leaving Ohio State and Wisconsin out at the 5th and 6th spots…2 SEC spots and none for the B1G…deserved?


December 4th: What will Frost’s staff look like? Let’s take a look…

-The Journal Star and other other outlets report that it will look like: Erik Chinander (DC); former Huskers Ryan Held (RBs) and Greg Austin (OL); Mario Verduzco (QBs); and Mike Dawson (DL)

-Barrett Ruud is also expected be with the LBs…and Matt Davison will be associate AD for football…like the influx of Huskers

December 4th: FROST CAME HOME! Huskers get arguably the best news of this entire millennium as Scott Frost agrees to come home and coach Nebraska

-You did it, Husker fans! All your worries about Scott Frost going elsewhere were wrong, as he signs a 7-year, $35 million contract to come back home, and all of a sudden the entire state feels unified.

-When is the last time we felt so unified? Former players and current players were at the press conference, and tons of former players were at the stadium to surprise Frost on Sunday…this whole state just seems happy, and it’s a beautiful thing