Archives for September 26, 2017

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 26th, 5pm

  • Chris Bober: Former NFL offensive lineman
  • Poll question update/Wrap things up.

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 26th, 4pm

  • Rimington as AD makes total sense
  • Jay Foreman: Former Husker

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 26th, 3pm

  • Chris Heady: Omaha World-Herald
  • NFL Stock Up/Stock Down
  • Ask a Dude w/ Mark

The Brett Kane Show w/ Bock: September 26th, 2pm

  • Rimington as interim AD makes total sense
  • College basketball teams are in trouble, including guess who: Louisville
  • A Tanner Lee turnaround would keep Mike Riley here
  • This or That

Happer & Stephens: September 26th, 1pm

  • Dave Rimington introduced as Nebraska’s Interim Athletic Director
  • Jim Harbaugh is mad about visitor locker rooms in the B1G. Happer’s response: Suck it up.
  • Power ranking the worst Texas moments in Husker football history.

Happer & Stephens: September 26th, 12pm

  • Did Nebraska stumble upon something special with last weekend’s offensive line combination?
  • Brian Christopherson, 247 Sports
  • Addison Russell replaces a Cardinals fan’s nachos after spilling them going after a foul ball. Would you eat enemy nachos?

Happer & Stephens: September 26th, 11am

  • NCAA Basketball rocked by a huge scandal
  • Nebraska hires an Interim AD…Dave Rimington
  • Nate Clouse, HuskerOnline
  • The Blog Jog, brought to you by Barney Insurance

September 26: How much has your perception of the B1G West changed since the season began?

-Get this—MINNESOTA has the top scoring defense in the entire country (Penn State is 2nd)…and the Gophers look good in P.J. Fleck’s first year….Iowa looks better than thought, and Wisconsin might be even better than we originally thought

-Northwestern might be overrated from the preseason, but Purdue is on the way up….Nebraska has its work cut out for them

September 26: Tony Davis (Former Husker RB) / Shut Up Sipple

-Did you see improvement from the team in the Rutgers game or still more of the same?

-How does a staff that doesn’t know if they’ll be here next year build for the future and the current team, as well?

-How much doubt comes to players when they see their QB having INT issues?

September 26: How can a coaching staff truly build for this year and the future under the current circumstances of not knowing if they’ll be retained for next year?

-When the A.D. that hired you is fired midseason, that’s a bad start for you. And, knowing how fickle recruiting can be, you know that opposing coaches going for players like Micah Parsons, Joshua Moore, Bookie Radley-Hiles and others are saying that those players shouldn’t come here because Riley might not be here next season….and how in the world do Riley and staff fend that off?

-It’s a very difficult situation, and if Nebraska can hang on to their prized recruits through all the doubt, then good on those players for their commitments.

September 26th: Nebrasketball gets a 2018 commit from 3-star PG Xavier Johnson…more positive news for a program (potentially) on its way up

-Nebraska got Johnson over other offers from Creighton, GA Tech, Georgetown, NC State, and others…with this news and the Copeland news a few weeks ago, Nebrasketball tends to have some—gulp—offseason momentum. Sound familiar? Can they convert it??

-Also, SONG OF THE DAY:

September 26th: The offensive line rebounded against Rutgers…will it continue improving going forward or still remain a concern for the season?

-Mike Cavanaugh said the offense ran the same run play 31 times (!!) in the game, so simplicity may have helped the line…

-Michael Decker and Brendan Jaimes were young guys that coaches said they were happy with their performances, but can those guys do well when playing against tougher teams? Sorensen isn’t convinced the line is back yet. Need to see it vs. stiffer competition