Jake and Sip argue who is the better Nebraska defender between JoJo Domann and Cam Taylor-Britt

-The good news is both will return to the Nebraska football team for the 2021 season. Domann led the Huskers in tackles and Taylor-Britt garnered high praise from Travis Fisher in 2020.

-Getting both players back is a big off-season win for Scott Frost heading into year four, but which player do Sip and Jake think is more valuable?

This weekend was so painful that we almost forgot to talk about Nebrasketball giving up 98 points to Creighton

-It was fun at halftime, down 44-40. Then, reality set it, and Creighton remembered they were good, and Nebrasketball crawled into a hole and died

-Nebraska now 3-3 on the season. Big Ten schedule up next. Woohoo.

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-Minnesota’s defense came in poor against the run, and they were without more players…are you surprised Nebraska wasn’t as run heavy in approach?

-How has it gotten to this level at Nebraska? What has happened to Scott Frost’s star?

-What happens if Nebraska loses to Rutgers on Friday?

Scott Frost isn’t going anywhere….but where is your optimism level in that he knows what he’s doing with this program?

-Nebraska isn’t even mediocre; they would like to be just that right now. They lose to bad teams, because they are bad. They have flashes, but all teams have flashes. And they still have QB issues and talent issues

-For those who say that talent is the issue, how isn’t that a Frost issue at this point? All other coaches around college football are rightfully criticized for where they are at in year 3. It’s gone backwards.

McKenzie Milton announces he’s transferring to Florida State…so much for that

-Many assumed Nebraska might want to get him, but it’s hard to blame him for staying away from here with how bad this offense is. He’ll go to Mike Norvell’s Seminoles.

-Also, SONG OF THE DAY (sponsored by Sartor Hamann Jewelers)

We operate in a world now where a win over Nebraska still results in your head coach getting fired

-Lovie Smith, whose Illinois team gave up 411 rushing yards to Northwestern in a 28-10 loss, also beat Nebraska, 41-23 this year. And yet, he was fired on Sunday, and no one is saying it was the wrong move

-How hard is it to believe that Nebraska is the worst team in the division? And possibly in the CONFERENCE? 3pm game at Rutgers on Friday will confirm more in that discussion.

Nebraska loses, 24-17, to lowly, COVID-depleted Minnesota, to fall into dead last in the Big Ten West

-Atrocious. Unacceptable. And sadly, not all that surprising. Minnesota had 33 players (!!!) that were unable to play because of COVID, and Nebraska was pretty much at full strength, and couldn’t move the ball against a terrible defense that was missing players

-It’s not good when we keep looking for what actual rock bottom is. Yet, it’s a conversation at least twice a year nowadays. This isn’t fun. This isn’t what we signed up for. We wanted football back, and we are last place. What a complete waste.

-Listener thoughts…..

Husker After Party Postgame Show: December 12th – Minnesota

  • Happer and Tabb vent their frustrations following a devastating 24-17 loss to Minnesota

The Recruiting Hour: December 11th – Opening Segment

  • Rico is in for Happer
  • Breaking down the Minnesota – Nebraska football game

Aging Gracefully (sponsored by Carriage Glen Independent Living 55+)

-What’s on Sip’s mind this week in learning how to age gracefully?

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-Wisconsin (-1) vs. Iowa

-Nebraska (-10’) vs. Minnesota

-Penn State (-15) vs. Michigan St

-Bills (-2’) vs Steelers

-Chiefs (-7) vs. Dolphins

-Ravens (-1’) vs. Browns

If Nebraska is able to stop Minnesota’s run game tomorrow, can we officially say the rush defense is cured?

-Many would still rightfully say that nothing is certain on the ‘cure’ until we see how it looks against Wisconsin. But, the Gophers have the best RB in the conference and certainly will use him lots

-If you’re trying to find more optimism for next year, it’s the run defense, especially knowing how many players return for next year