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).
- Huskers keys to hammering the Hawkeyes. What type of offensive gameplan will Nebraska need?
- Steve Sipple, Lincoln journal Star
- Does a Husker victory vs. Iowa tomorrow prove Nebraska football is in the right direction under Riley?
- Eric Crouch joins to reflect on big games in November, 1999 Iowa stiff-arm, other legendary plays, Tommy Armstrong
- Drop the Puck on Drop the Mike w/ Voice of the Lincoln Stars Matthew McGreevy
- Dave Bartoo, CFB Matrix
- Iowa hasn’t played a team with weapons like Huskers, will Jordan Westerkamp be a major key vs Hawkeyes?
- 4 More Downs w/ Mark Onwiler( Jim Harbaugh smashed a buckeye at Bo Schembechler’s grave last nigh. Will Harbaugh reinvigorate the Ohio State-Michigan rivalry?)