Archives for May 15, 2018

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 15th, 5pm

  • There’s a new co-host!!!
  • Kyrhi Thomas looks to be the second best Nebraska born player, in consecutive years, to go in NBA’s 1st round, is this Tim Miles’ biggest indictment?
  • Nebraska can get something right this ear against Creighton
  • What we missed/Wrap things up

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 15th, 4pm

  • Darin Erstad pulls player for a bat flip, and although I kind of understand it, I still hate that baseball is so uptight
  • Robin Washut: Husker Online
  • Worst tweet of the day

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 15th, 3pm

  • Chris Heady: Omaha world Herald
  • Why the state of Nebraska is pulling for the Celtics in the Eastern Conference finals over the Cavs?
  • What’s Poppin

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: May 15th, 2pm

  • There’s a new co-host!!!
  • Kyrhi Thomas looks to be the second best Nebraska born player, in consecutive years, to go in NBA’s 1st round, is this Tim Miles’ biggest indictment?
  • Nebraska can get something right this ear against Creighton
  • The Joe Burrow to Nebraska conversation is officially dead
  • This or That

Happer & Stephens: May 15th, 1pm

  • An Oklahoma fan had a pretty wild idea
  • If Nebrasketball doesn’t beat Creighton this year, they never will for the rest of time
  • The attendance problem in sports just took another hit

Happer & Stephens: May 15th, 12pm

  • The discussions around Husker Basketball and Husker Baseball are remarkably similair to me right now
  • Brian Christopherson (247 Sports)
  • Bull or No Bull

Happer & Stephens: May 15th, 11am

  • A couple more things on gambling
  • Nebrasketball picks up a non-con game vs Seton Hall, I like it
  • Nate Clouse (Husker Online)
  • Blog Jog (brought to you by Barney Insurance)

93.7 The Ticket Welcomes Back Michael Snow

93.7 The Ticket is proud to announce that Michael Snow will be returning to the airwaves on the “Brett Kane Show with Michael Snow”, weekdays from 2-6pm. Michael has worked with us at The Ticket in almost every facet possible since he joined as a part time producer in 2014. Since then, he has served as a producer, a fill-in host, co-host of “Husker Saturday”, and on the “Brett Kane Show with Bock” on Wednesday’s for “Snow Days”. Most recently, Michael was employed as  a reporter at WOWT Channel 6 in Omaha.

Michael brings another dynamic, young voice to the airwaves at The Ticket. Michael and Brett Kane have a previously established relationship and rapport on the air and we are excited to watch that relationship continue to grow. You can follow Michael on Twitter at @Mikersnow, and be sure to tune in to “The Brett Kane Show with Michael Snow” weekday afternoons from 2-6pm.

Robin Washut (Husker Online)

  • Is there a chance that Ed Chang would come to Nebraska? Would he be good here or not?
  • Will Khryi Thomas be a good pro coming out of Creighton? Did you think he’d ever get to that level of play coming out of Omaha Benson?
  • Thoughts on Nebrasketball/Seton Hall in the Gavitt Games

Tom Osborne (3-time Husker National Champion head coach) / Shut Up Sipple

  • Why is Osborne opposed to sports gambling and the idea of making it legal in Nebraska?
  • How was he able to keep such strong staff continuity back in the glory days when the team was winning at such a high level?

Are you comfortable with the rate of attrition for Nebraska Football?

  • Wide receiver Keyan Williams announced yesterday he is leaving Nebraska, joining several players, but no really big impact players so far….are we starting to figure out how it’s going to go with attrition overall? Any big time players heading out the door?
  • Also, thoughts on Nebrasketball hosting Seton Hall in the Gavitt Tip-Off games…

Do people realize just how big of an event Lincoln is hosting this week for volleyball?

  • The FIVB Volleyball Nations League is in town today through Thursday, and 3 former Huskers are on the U.S. team, who will also face Poland, Italy and Turkey..a truly international event!
  • Also, SONG OF THE DAY