Hail Varsity Radio: The best source for Nebraska Cornhusker football fans
Summary: Hail Varsity Magazine presents the Hail Varsity Radio Show, the best source of information for Nebraska Cornhusker football fans. Six days a week host Chris Schmidt interviews the most knowledgeable guests on Husker sports.
Jacob Padilla joins the show to discuss Nebraska’s in-state recruiting and how transfers change the landscape of basketball. NBC Sports’ Bill Doleman talks about the Fan Day experience at Memorial Stadium and student-athletes profiting off of themselves.
Are the Huskers a title contender in 2019? Coach Gerry DiNardo talks transfers and the NCAA plus Jeremiah Sirles is back. We catch up with Brandon Vogel and Husker pitching coach, Jeff Christy makes his inaugural appearance.
Sporting News’ Bill Bender joins the show and BTN’s Rick Pizzo is back to talk CWS. The transfer situation is also a hot topic we dive into. Don’t miss Erin Sorensen’s sit down as she takes us through her yearbook feature on Husker QB Adrian Martinez.
Husker hoops great Erick Strickland joins the show to offer some light on life in Dallas and what’s ahead for Roby. Mitch Sherman and Derek Peterson stop by to chat some of Husker football’s key games.
We get the latest on Nebraska’s FNL II and BBQ with Greg Smith who also has info on the Huskers’ two commits. The newest Mav is on the show, as Isaiah Roby joins us. It’s another Blackshirt Monday with Coach Charlie McBride and Jay Moore.
The weekend crew recaps who wow’d on Friday. We get plenty of thoughts on the direction Big Red sports as Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp check in. The rewind features new Husker head man Will Bolt plus Pat Casey.
Greg Smith is our man on-site to preview who’s here and who may be “N” after FNL. Jacob Padilla and Bill Doleman have thoughts on Roby’s future in the association. Friday also means Burke’s Best Bets time.
Will Bolt stops by to say hello with Hail Varsity Radio. Pat Casey of Oregon State joined the show to discuss his interaction with Bill Moos during the search. We run down Parker Gabriel, Mike Babcock and Brad Edwards to chat some college football.
The guys chat about the possibility of Jahkeem Green looking elsewhere. We remember the wild times on the Sooner staff with our favorite pirate Mike Leach. Mike Schuchart discusses his history with US Open champ Gary Woodland.
The Athletic’s Mitch Sherman joins the show to discuss Will Bolt’s coaching ability and Nebraska’s offensive line. Cedric Golden from the Austin American-Statesman talks about the state of baseball in Texas, if you can recruit players north and the wild free agency in the NBA.
The weekend crew chats expectations and fit for the new head Husker. Brandon Vogel joins the show and Gary Sharp is back to offer some insight on where the program goes under Bolt. The rewind features college football insider, Phil Steele.
Bill Moos has his guy and it’s former Husker Will Bolt. We react to Bolt getting the gig and leading Husker baseball. Mike Babcock and Bill Doleman chime in on the news. Greg Smith pays a visit to preview FNL and Danny Burke returns with Burke’s Best Bets.
Blair Kerkhoff talks about the Royals, facing former conference foes and filling Nebraska’s baseball vacancy. Gerry DiNardo breaks down the marijuana epidemic in college and talks about the best football coaches in the Big Ten. Brandon Vogel tries to project Nebraska’s future success.
Play by play man Scott Clendenin for Texas A&M gives his take on where things stand with Coach Childress and Coach Bolt. Mike Babcock is back to chat fall projections and Big Red Baseball. We hear from Dean Blevins on a JUCO recruiting battle between Nebraska and OU.
The crew takes on Tuesday with a visit from Husker fullback legend Joel Makovicka. The Athletic’s Mitch Sherman is back to give us an update on Husker baseball. Is this the year for Dave Van Horn in Omaha? We also unpack everything from game five of the NBA Finals.