Happer & Stephens: March 29th, 1pm

  • Bob Elliot took on the debate of tackling in practice
  • What you want
  • Michael Bruntz, Huskers Illustrated
  • Husker baseball blasts Kansas State

Happer & Stephens: March 29th, 12pm

  • Sam McKewon of the Omaha World Herald joins the show for two full segments with his observations from Spring Camp and his thoughts on Jessica Shepard’s transfer out of the women’s basketball program
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: March 29th, 11am

  • MEAT AND POTATOES: Kalu’s move to safety may be permanent, and there may be others shuffled around as well.
  • Nebrasketball’s recruiting efforts seem jumbled. What’s the deal?!?
  • Four Downs with Alli, brought to you by Barney Insurance

Happer & Stephens: March 23rd, 1pm

  • NBA Commissioner Adam Silver wants to punish team who rest players excessively
  • Thirsty Thursday with Meier’s Cork and Bottle
  • Sweet Sixteen preview

Happer & Stephens: March 23rd, 12pm

  • Is the 2017 version of Husker football more talented than the 2016 team?
  • John Gaskins, KWSN Sports on what the heck is happening with USD head coach Craig Smith
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: March 23rd, 11am

  • Nebraska top QB target Colson Yankoff commits to Washington
  • Robin Washut, HuskerOnline
  • Four Downs with Alli, brought to you by Barney Insurance

Happer & Stephens: March 22nd, 1pm

  • Husker baseball blew a late lead to CSU-Bakersfield. Is there something wrong with the way Darin Erstad handles his pitching staff?
  • Even though he’s not committed (yet), Nebraska may have a ‘ring-leader’ in the 2018 recruiting class with Bookie Radley-Hiles.
  • Speaking of uncommitted recruits, could TJ Pledger be the next great RB at Nebraska?

Happer & Stephens: March 22nd, 12pm

  • Sam McKewon, Omaha World-Herald
  • Mike Riley is refusing to tip his hand at the running back position. Naturally, we wildly speculate anyway!
  • Bull or No Bull, brought to you by Buffalo Wings and Rings

Happer & Stephens: March 22nd, 11am

  • Which unit is more likely to carry the Nebraska football team to success this season: Offense or Defense?
  • Teddy Greenstein lists the Nebraska basketball coaching job as the 13th most attractive in the conference.
  • Four Downs with Alli, brought to you by Barney Insurance

Huskers going after a dual-threat QB in Colson Yankoff…what is the best QB for Nebraska’s system to succeed?

Many feel like the current QBs in Tanner Lee and POB are the best type of QBs for the system, but lots of people like the dual-threat factor.

How much will the success or lack of success this season at the QB spot determine how Nebraska recruits the spot going forward?

Can Nebraska stay ahead of the game enough with innovative strategy to get back in the national picture?

The hire of Scott Booker as a special teams analyst seemed to be an innovative move for Nebraska…only to see Alabama yesterday hire away Ole Miss’ OC to be an ‘analyst’ on their staff.

How much more can Nebraska do to try and be one step ahead in certain regards? Friday Night Lights is nice, but is that all that Nebraska has that’s ahead?

Also, Jeff Potrykus’ comments on Nebraska leaving what worked well to try something else…an example of a risk that didn’t pan out, but maybe it was a risk worth trying.

Happer & Stephens: March 21st, 1pm

  • ESPN isn’t high on the offensive future of Nebraska football, or their quarterbacks.
  • The Sweet 16 is being billed as “impostor free.” Is that a good thing, or do you prefer a few Cinderellas crashing the party?
  • Cubs manager Joe Maddon has an interesting idea for further integrating MLB and the WBC and defining a true “world champ.”