Archives for March 13, 2017

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: March 13th, 5pm

Bryan Munson: Big Red Report

What we missed/ Wrap things up

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: March 13th, 4pm

QB could be the surest thing the offense has

How has the offensive line looked?

Reid Forgrave: National College Hoops analyst

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: March 13th, 3pm

The WBC is a nightmare for baseball GMs… but it is more fun than I thought

Warriors resting players

Wyatt Mazour is Danny Woodhead?

Rex Burkhead trying to be a new Danny Woodhead

Four More Downs w/ Alli

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: March 13th, 2pm

I got engaged!

Syracuse and Andrew White don’t make the tournament.

Michael Bruntz: Huskers Illustrated

Man of the Weekend

Happer & Stephens: March 13th, 1pm

  • John Groce got fired at Illinois. How does this relate back to Nebrasketball?
  • The World Baseball Classic has been awesome so far. And also terrible following a Royal-on-Royal collision.
  • Husker baseball drops a series to Western Carolina. Are you panicked yet?

Happer & Stephens: March 13th, 12pm

  • Nebraska has the talent to win the B1G West. Beyond that is still a question mark.
  • Steve Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: March 13th, 11am

  • Time for all of America to become college basketball experts. It’s bracket week!
  • How much hope do you have for the QB position at Nebraska?
  • Four Downs with Alli, brought to you by Barney Insurance

A collision at home plate in the WBC almost wrecked the Kansas City Royals….wait, what?

Salvador Perez (Venezuela) was mowed into by Drew Butera (Italy)…THEY ARE ON SAME MLB TEAM!

Will the B1G do better than people project it to in the NCAA Tournament?

This was perceived as a bad year for the top part of the league…but Michigan, Wisconsin, and Maryland look like they could make some damage, and possibly Michigan State could surprise…which team goes the furthest?

Can Nebraska have both sides of the ball be high-caliber in 2017?

The trend under Callahan and Pelini was to have one side of the ball be pretty darn good and well-above average, but the other side let them down (Pelini’s shifted from defense dominance the first 3 years to better offense in the last few…while Callahan was always offense)

Can Nebraska have well above-average units on both sides of the ball, instead of one that is far better than the other? That’s what it takes to catch the big dogs in the conference, doesn’t it?