Archives for May 18, 2017

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: May 18th ,5pm

  • Big Ten coaches Power Rankings, P.J Fleck over Mike Riley?
  • Bryan Munson – Husker Online
  • Buy or Sell w/ Rico
  • NBA Playoffs

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: May 18th ,4pm

  • Advertising space on jerseys/Naming rights for fields and stadiums
  • Trigger conversations. What conversations about Husker football really grind your gears?

May 18th: The latest food item at a minor league baseball game might gross you out

-It’s the “Chickle!”  A pickle filled with grilled chicken. Why?

-What are Sip and Schaef’s favorite ballpark or stadium foods?

May 18th: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 2

-Update on Eric Fuller and Marquez Beason

-Joshua Kalu named to LOTT Award List…is he Nebraska’s best defender over Chris Jones?

-How high can a small 2018 class be ranked in recruiting when all is said and done?

May 18th: Mike Schaefer (247 Sports/Huskers Illustrated): Part 1

-What does it do to a fanbase when everyone is recruiting/future focused and not necessarily ‘win now’ focused?

-What does it do to upperclassmen when they forever hear that recruiting needs to improve because of the talent level being too low?

-Thoughts on blue bloods struggling in college football….

May 18th: How does the ‘Tanking’ mentality affect fans and sports?

-Mike Schaefer in studio

May 18th: Mark Cuban says the Mavs embraced full ‘tank mode’ when eliminated from playoffs…is that acceptable for a pro franchise?

-A college team is never fighting for a high draft pick so you can’t really tank there…but don’t you owe it to your season ticket holders and other fans to try and win every game out there?

-The Miami Heat started off last year at 11-30 and finished at 41-41, missing the playoffs by a half-game; but they easily could have tanked but instead gave hope to the town. Is that the right way to go about it, or the 76ers way of tanking for several years to hopefully attain enough high talent in draft picks to win?

May 18th: Bleacher Report lists Nebraska as one of 7 storied programs to have bad years in 2017

-Huskers are listed as a ceiling of 9 wins and a bottom of 6 losses….among the likes of Florida, Arkansas, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Michigan State, Notre Dame…what happens when too many blue bloods are down?

-These are not the types of articles you want to be in approaching a new season!!

-Also, Michigan now is up to 19 players who were either drafted or signed to free agent deals after the season…could they also be a team that has a bad year? Or is Harbaugh immune to big failure?