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.
More national reports on Friday suggest that the deal may not be sealed yet for Fred Hoiberg. Parker Gabriel joins us to talk Hoiberg and spring ball, Greg Smith has some recruiting recon, and Dean Blevins returns to discuss March Madness and Hoiberg’s personality as an NBA coach.
We check in with Bill Doleman and former Husker assistant Jeff Smith. Brandon Vogel visits about spring ball, hoops and pencils. The pride of Chicago returns as Danny Burke chimes in from Vegas to tell ya who he likes in the Sweet 16 and MLB.
We get more thoughts on Husker hoops with Jacob Padilla. A man who knows the Mayor’s career well, KC Star’s Blair Kerkhoff joins the show. Mike Schuchart also swings by.
We look back at Coach Miles, hear from Nebraska AD Bill Moos and catch up with a slew of insiders. The Athletic’s Mitch Sherman plus Mike Babcock and Derek Peterson join the show to discuss Moos’ move on Miles.
No word on Coach Miles' future from Bill Moos following Nebraska’s loss in Dallas. We check in with Andy Markowski to get his take on Miles and the resignation of Hank Bounds. Blackshirts Jay Moore and Charlie McBride stop by to chat spring football resuming.
We examine the week of Hoiberg and tell you where we think things stand with the Mayor. Brandon Vogel joins the show to offer some spring thoughts on Husker athletics. Gary Sharp provides his insight to Nebraska basketball and the rewind features BTN’s Rick Pizzo.
Bill Doleman and Jacob Padilla chat the Hoiberg-Miles-Moos timeline. Elkhorn native Spencer Long joins the show to discuss how he and Jeremiah Sirles are providing outreach to the areas ravaged by flooding in the Cornhusker state.
We catch up with former coach Barry Collier as he’s headed to town for the NIT. BTN’s Rick Pizzo sheds some light on Hoiberg and how it could work in Lincoln. Tom Penders assesses the tourney and Jeremiah Sirles joins the show to help out those affected by flooding.
We cover all the bases on who and what to believe on Hoiberg watch. Jacob Padilla checks in on Husker hoops. Greg Smith is in for some recruiting recon. Mr. Blackshirt Charlie McBride spends some time on spring football.
Nebrasketball is in a holding pattern for now as we await word on Tim Miles and the NIT. Brandon Vogel is in to offer his perspective and Gary Sharp is back with his thoughts on the Miles & Moos situation. The rewind features former Husker hoops standout Andy Markowski.
We chat with Andy Markowski and Brandon Vogel about Miles’s future and react to Moos’ stance on Miles. Ex-Husker offensive lineman stand out Matt Vrzal stops by to review spring ball and the offensive line battle.
The Huskers survive another day in Chicago. Nebrasketball topped the Terps and we chat with Bill Doleman and Mike Babcock to figure out how it happened. We hear from Tim Miles too about the run and fall heard round Big Ten county.
Husker Hoops HOF Beau Reid joins the show to share his thoughts on Miles and Roby. Derek Peterson chats spring ball and hoops. Mike Schuhart is on sight at Longwell's to talk golf and kick off the Big Ten tournament.
ESPN’s Mitch Sherman pays a visit to talk Week 2 of spring ball. BTN’s Rick Pizzo previews the Big Ten tournament and shares his take on Coach Tim Miles. We get recruiting thoughts with Greg Smith, as the Huskers hosted a big time player from Houston.
What a weekend in local sports. We get an update on spring practice. Two Blackshirts pay a visit as Jay Moore and Coach McBride stop by. Ced Golden weighs in on Randy Gregory, high school shot clocks and recruiting in Texas.