Award Winning Sports Coverage
While bringing you the most Huskers & local sports talk in Lincoln, 93.7 The Ticket also brought home two 2015 first-place Gold Awards from the Nebraska Broadcasters Association. Gaskins & Stephens won for "Best In-Depth Sports Story," while John Gaskins won "Best Sports Play-by-Play." Morning Take with Lanny Holstein and Jake Sorensen won bronze for "Best In-Depth Sports Story." This follows 2014 NBA awards for G&S and Gaskins in the same categories. Both Morning Take and G&S won 2015 "Best Sports Program" awards from Midwest Broadcast Journalists Association, which judges entries from six different states (Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin).
Lincoln’s home for Royals Baseball
Tune in to 93.7 The Ticket for live broadcasts of every Kansas City Royals game as they march back to the postseason. Find the complete schedule here. And be sure to catch the "Boulevard Royals Rant" every day at 1:45 on Gaskins & Stephens for a fun look at the Royals' games and story lines only John and Tom can provide.
- Can you put the early struggles of 2015 on Bo Pelini?
- Does it send a negative message for Mike Riley to allow Alex Lewis to remain as a captain?
- Do the 2015 Huskers appear to lack a competitive fire?
- Biggest Stones of the Week?
- Robin Washut (Senior Writer, Husker Online)
- Who will be the #1 RB on Saturday vs. Wisconsin?
- 4 More Downs w/ Linsey Lynn (Did Seahawks deserve to beat Lions with the no call on the batted ball?)
- DTM List: Best one-liners in movie history. Does Tom Hanks dominate this list?