In this episode, I commiserate Nebraska’s loss to Iowa, ponder the futures of Tommy Armstrong and Mike Riley, and mull who we need to root for for Nebraska to be bowl eligible. Plus, how many yards does it take to overcome a 3-turnover deficit?
In this episode, I discuss Nebraska’s win over Rutgers, whether the Huskers’ end of year success could prevent positive change, and talk Gary Pinkel’s exit from Missouri and what it could mean for Nebraska recruiting.
In this episode, I preview the upcoming Nebraska men’s basketball season, weighing what expectations should be for this team and what should be expected from the Huskers’ newcomers. Spoiler: this looks like Shavon Shields’ team.
In this episode, I talk Nebraska’s huge upset win over Michigan State, what it means for Mike Riley, and preview the upcoming road game at Rutgers. I also mourn the end of a summer romance (AKA Jordan Stevenson quitting the team) and break down Harvey Pearlman’s recent interview on Gaskins and Stephens.
In this episode, I rank Nebraska’s loss to Purdue in the pantheon of bad Husker losses, speculate on the defense that’s falling apart, and assess Ryker Fyfe. Finally, I get into Mike Riley and why his career at Nebraska is starting to look a lot like Rich Rodriguez’s career at Michigan.
In this episode, I bemoan the sad current state of Nebraska football, the lack of an edge against Northwesten, and breakdown Mike Riley’s post-game press conference. Spoiler: he and Shawn Eichorst are secretly angry dudes.
In this episode, I talk Nebraska’s win over Minnesota. The offense finally lives up to its teases of big plays, the defense records some key (new) stats, and Nebraska finally shows some energy on the sidelines! Looking ahead, I weigh the possibility of Nebraska playing unbeaten Iowa and Michigan State teams, and why an unbeaten Iowa fighting for the College Football Playoff could be just what Nebraska wants. Finally, I read your tweets and talk great players against Minnesota.