Archives for July 2, 2018

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: July 2nd, 5pm

  • Tiger Woods: Bigger story if he wins Major
  • Bruntz Replay
  • Snow Recap
  • Poll Quesion Update

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: July 2nd, 4pm

  • Kam Chancellor
  • Chris heady: Omaha World Herald
  • Worst Tweet of the day.

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: July 2nd, 3pm

  • Michael Bruntz: 247 sports
  • FIBA Fight/ NBA Free Agency
  • What’s Poppin

Happer & Stephens: July 2nd, 1pm

  • Big Ten ADs want there to be a centralized injury reporting system.
  • Streaking Through The Quad
  • Nebraska has their worst ever finish in the Director’s Cup Standings.
  • MORE SPEED!

Happer & Stephens: July 2nd, 12pm

  • Tim Miles  is DONE recruiting traditional big men.
  • Noah Fant is getting a lot of pre-season buzz. Let’s get sad about the fact that he doesn’t play for Nebraska.
  • LeBron watch is officially over.
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: July 2nd, 11am

  • Let’s talk some defense. These Blackshirts aren’t going to look like the Blackshirts you’re used to.
  • Steve Sipple, Lincoln Journal Star
  • The Blog Jog, brought to you by Barney Insurance

The Brett Kane Show w/ Michael Snow: July 2nd, 2pm

  • LeBron to LA
  • Paul George staying in OKC
  • Nebraska going all in on Speed

July 2nd: Sip has a new favorite team as LeBron James signs with the Lakers

-A press release announced Sunday night that LeBron would be signing a 4-year, $154 million deal with the Lakers..do you like the move for him to leave the Eastern Conference? And how should the city of Cleveland feel this time with his departure? He DID deliver them a title in his return…

-Also, SONG OF THE DAY:

July 2nd: Huskers land another speedy, underrated prospect…are we starting to see the recruiting niche in full action?

-Nebraska landed 3-star WR Jamie Nance from Oklahoma….another speedy player that is under the radar. Is it becoming obvious that Nebraska just wants speed and will trust their development process to make sure the players become D1 quality players?

-It seemed like Riley’s staff just wanted the high star players—which is what fans want, too—but there wasn’t a real play or anything to know if they fit. Frost seems to know what he wants

July 2nd: Erik Chinander mentions that he’s been told that going to Nebraska is ‘career suicide’…how should Nebraskans feel about that?

-When thinking about the answer, it’s hard to fault the logic: Nebraska has twice this millennium fired coaches who won 9 games the season of their firing, in a state that has little D1 recruiting talent in and around it….and a fanbase that has high expectations and fills its stadium every Saturday because of it. Yeah, it makes some sense

-Will it ever not be seen that way at Nebraska? Not a ‘career suicide’ job? When you look yourself in the mirror it’s kind of scary on this…