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.
The weekend crew, Chris Schmidt and Mark Kraynak, return with plenty of thought when it comes to in-state talent and recruiting. We discuss Lincoln's own Bryson Williams going to a division rival. The Lincoln Southeast talent also joins the show as part of the rewind. We also check in with Husker QB Tanner Lee.
The University is going to host a movie night at Memorial Stadium and wants your pick for top movie selection. But we're more interested in what game you want to see this year. Former Husker and current Minnesota Viking Jeremiah Sirles pays us a visit. We also get recruiting insight from Hail Varsity's new recruiting analyst Greg Smith.
We visit with Husker QB Tanner Lee. We also get a word on Bookie Radley-Hiles and the 2018 class from Nebraska Hall of Fame Ralph Brown. He explores the parallels between this class and his recruiting class's attitude they brought to Nebraska. Mike Babcock joins the show as we discuss his All-Time Louisiana Nebraska team.
More fireworks a day later as one of Nebraska's top in-state prospects accepts a Wisconsin football scholarship. Lincoln Southeast's Bryson Williams joins the show to discuss his commitment. We run down ESPN's Mitch Sherman to talk college football and the Kansas City Royals.
As we near Independence Day, we call on some of our Blackshirt friends to talk offseason football. Charlie McBride and Jay Moore join the show. We also catch up with Hail Varsity's Jacob Padilla and get his reaction on Papillion-La Vista's Ed Chang and his announcement to attend the University of Washington over Nebraska.
Enjoy a rewind with our guests over the past week. BTN's Gerry DiNardo, former Husker kicker Spencer Lindsay and walk on commit QB from Lincoln Southwest Justin Holm. In the second hour we hear from quarterback guru Steve Calhoun, Nebrasketball freshman Nana Akenten's head coach Robert Brost and 2019 DE commit Garrett Nelson from Scottsbluff and 2018 preferred walk-on QB Bart Harris from Belton, Missouri.
As we head into the month of July, we are talking Husker expectations. What's extreme, normal, or an underachievement? Nebraska's newest walk-on, 2018 QB Bart Harris, joins the show to discuss his decision to join the Huskers. The Pride of Fairbury, Bill Doleman, makes a return appearance to weigh in on NBA free-agency and MLB viewership.
Keyshawn Senior went in depth about their family situation on ESPN. We take a listen and share some thoughts. There seems to be two camps on Tanner Lee. QB guru Steve Calhoun was with him at the Manning Passing Academy and gives his thoughts on Lee and how it fits with Riley's offense. Hail Varsity Recruiting Analyst Greg Smith stops by to give a recruiting.
We get into the latest on Bob Diaco and his defense and have an appearance from Hail Varsity's own Mike Babcock. Coach Gerry DiNardo plays rapid fire on Big Ten teams and shares his take on Nebraska's summer showcases.
No ode to Jimi Hendrix (sorry Ameer) but we talk about what experience is worth in today's college football. Mitch Sherman stops by from the CWS and our own Jacob Padilla joins in to hit recruiting and Tanner Lee. And finally, a can't miss conversation with Justin Holm who is realizing his dream to play for Nebraska as a walk-on in 2018.
Of all the things Nebraska football can showcase for a potential recruit the "deal sealer" may be the fans. We talk about the impact of fan support on recruiting with Charlie McBride. Newest Husker commit Garrett Nelson joins us to discuss his decision to become a Husker. Jay Moore weighs in on who impressed him at the FNL camp and projects some of the roles he sees for the 2018 recruits. Lastly, we react to the Ahman Green news.
Mark Kraynak and T.J. Henning react to the star-studded Friday Night Lights camp. Joshua Moore's Head Coach Bo Robinson joins us for the Radio Rewind. Guests Brandon Vogel, Gary Sharp and Jay Moore also provide their insight on the camp.
We bring you the best of Hail Varsity Radio from the past few weeks. Interviews with Washington State head coach Mike Leach on Bob Stoops and industry insider Phil Steele on the Huskers and the Big Ten Conference. In addition, we hear from Husker recruits Kade Warner, Mario Goodrich, Brendan Radley-Hiles and current Husker Tyjon Lindsey.
Who's here for the Friday Night Lights sequel? We run down some big names headed to Lincoln with Brandon Vogel and Greg Smith. Coach Gary Barnett joins the show to offer his thoughts on Nebraska's summertime plan with recruiting and Keyshawn Johnson Jr's departure. Finally, Jeremiah Sirles jumps on with his thoughts on the recruiting climate and summer workouts.
Keyshawn Johnson Jr.'s leave of absence is announced and we have plenty of reaction. Hear insight as to what led into Mike Riley and Keyshawn Johnson Sr.'s decision from former Blackshirt Jay Moore. We also catch up with ESPN Insider Brad Edwards and you won't want to miss the Big Ten preview with College Football expert Phil Steele.