Archives for September 11, 2017

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 11th, 5 pm.

  • Reaction from the audience about husker football
  • Ralph Brown: Former Husker
  • Poll Question

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 11th, 4 pm.

  • Sage Rosenfels: Former NFL QB
  • Worst Tweet of the Day

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 11th, 3 pm.

  • Michael Bruntz: Huskers Illustrated
  • Bail on Tanner Lee’s hype train if you want, I’m not
  • Ask a Lady with Jessica

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 11th, 2 pm.

  • The Question if you’re an optimist or pessimist will shape your takeaway from the huskers game
  • Look around the Big Ten
  • Man of the Wekend

Happer & Stephens: September 11th, 1pm

  • How different do you feel about Nebraska after two weeks of game action?
  • Micah Parsons calls out JT Barrett on social media.
  • Baker Mayfield plants an Oklahoma flag at midfield inside Ohio Stadium, then apologizes.

Happer & Stephens: September 11th, 12pm

  • Mike Riley seems fired up after losing to Oregon.
  • Running backs take the spotlight at Mike Riley’s press conference.
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: September 11th, 11am

  • Nebraska couldn’t mount the miracle comeback, fall just short to Oregon.
  • Mistakes were made, but give credit for the fight.

September 11th: How about one big positive from this game: Matt Farniok came to play!

-The o-line allowed 3 sacks and ultimately was the cause of the final INT of the game when Lee had his arm hit (Hoppes blocked OK, but play took too long to develop)…but the redshirt freshman played dang well in his first major action at Nebraska at RT, in place of David Knevel

-Should he be the guy going forward, or is that still Knevel’s job? Saw last year that when Knevel went down, Cole Conrad took the spot and kept it for awhile…

September 11th: Is Nebraska ever going to generate a pass rush? / Shut Up Sipple

-No sacks for the Huskers against Oregon—some decent rushes at times, but never got home to get to Herbert, and that was the case in the first game, too. If you’re not going to get sacks, how does this defense get to a level where you can trust it in the 3-4? Need to earn some respect from offenses!

September 11th: With one non-conference game remaining, how do we assess Nebraska as they approach conference play?

-Was the 1st half against Oregon an aberration, or was the 2nd half the aberration? Do you feel good about Diaco’s ability to adjust at halftime that Nebraska will be OK in the B1G?

-Oregon did rush well in the game, but maybe not even as well as people expected (44 carries, 201 yds, 4.6 ypc)—but it was once again issues in the pass defense that burned Nebraska, at least in the first half

-Riley and Diaco believe the 2nd half could be attainable going forward….is it the case in B1G play? Are you drinking Kool-Aid or are you panicking?

September 11th: Between Nebraska, Ohio State, and Northwestern, it wasn’t a very good day for the B1G

-Buckeyes beaten 31-16 IN COLUMBUS by Baker Mayfield and Oklahoma in a very impressive win for them; meanwhile Northwestern goes to DUKE (!!) and loses…41-17! WHAT?!

-Iowa won in OT against Iowa State, but even that seemed bad. Positives? Michigan/Illinois/Purdue/Wisconsin/Penn State                -Also, SONG OF THE DAY:

September 11th: Tanner Lee did not have a very good day against the Ducks—big-game jitters or something to watch going forward?

-As Riley/Langsdorf pointed out postgame, he was a couple of inches off of a lot of throws from making some big plays…but those plays weren’t made. On the day: 19/41, 252 yds, 3 TDs, 4 INTs, 3 sacks, against a defense that was better from last year but still very leaky at times

-Didn’t really see Tanner utilizing the checkdown, and saw a lot of deep routes…is that a Langsdorf creation, as we saw a lot with Tommy, or was that Tanner not making the best reads on each play?