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.
What a difference a weekend makes for Husker Nation. Nebraska nabs verbal commits Nos. 16 and 17 for the 2017 class. Lincoln East head coach John Gingery joins the show to discuss Nebraska's latest addition.
What's next for the Blackshirts? With new defensive coordinator Bob Diacio taking over the defense the Huskers are poised to look very different. Who are some of the key pieces and how do they fit?
Bob Diaco had a tremendous influence on Notre Dame's title run A man close to that 2012 team, Allen Pinkett, shares what makes Diaco special and why Nebraska would be lucky to get him.
Plenty of reaction to the Mark Banker firing and discussion on who will replace him. BTN's Gerry DiNardo and former coach Gary Barnett share their insight as well as Hail Varsity's own Brandon Vogel.
Ed Morrow is on the sideline. What’s the impact for Husker hoops? Is Nebraska back in the Tyjon Lindsey recruiting sweepstakes? And a final word on the college football season with Brad Edwards.
College Football Hall of Famer, Super Bowl Champ and Husker Heartbreaker Barry Switzer joins the show. Only Barry can cover Tom Osborne, Donald Trump, Bob Devaney, and Nick Saban in one interview.
We talk CFP title game match-up with Coach McBride and Lou Holtz. Erin Sorensen discusses the weekend that wasn't for Nebraska football recruiting and new Husker hoops transfer Isaac Copeland joins us.
Who will Nebraska land during the US Army All-American game? Erin Sorensen shares her thoughts on the Darnay Holmes sweepstakes. Gary Sharp reacts to the Jaylin Bradley defection. Brandon Vogel stops by.
Nebraska defeats Iowa in a game you won't soon forget. This is a huge recruiting weekend for Nebraska. We talk with commit Tristan Gebbia and Erin Sorensen breaks down the US Army All-American game.
Is Nebraska basketball real or really hot? Former Husker Andy Markowski and Hail Varsity's Jacob Padilla weighs in. Where is Nebraska football's running game? Gary Barnett stops by.
How wide is the talent gap at Nebraska? How does a team get to the Bama standard and what makes Dabo so special at Clemson? ESPN's Brad Edwards and BTN's Gerry DiNardo attempt to answer.
Chris and Jay Moore replay the Music City Bowl, talk O-line youth and development for 2017 and discuss tackling and team speed concerns with Charlie McBride. ESPN's Mitch Sherman talks Minnesota coaching news.
It's never too early to start thinking about the 2017 football season. There's plenty to discuss regarding next year's offensive line, the state of Nebraska's talent, recruiting and development.
We say Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays with former Husker Ralph Brown, who went 2-0 vs the Vols in his career. Erin Sorensen updates us on recruiting and bowl practice. NBC's Bill Doleman airs a Holiday grievance.
Already facing an uphill climb with the loss of Jordan Westerkamp and the likely absence of Tommy Armstrong Jr., Mike Riley announced that Nathan Gerry was ruled ineligible for Nebraska's Music City Bowl appearance.