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 guys chat about coach Greg Austin’s group for 2019 and Mike Babcock joins the discussion too. ESPN’s Brad Edwards stops by to look at the Big Ten West and the league overall for CFP contention.
The guys react to the news of Myles Farmer. Mitch Sherman and Derek Peterson weigh in on Husker hoops, as the Mayor gets ready for a trip to Italy. We don’t forget the defense either, as Blackshirt Jay Moore visits the show.
We hit on Coach Fitzgerald’s comments on the downfall of college football attendance. Coach McBride is back for another Blackshirt Monday and Greg Smith chats 2021 QB prospects. Gopher Carter Coughlin talks his time with Fleck and the West race.
The weekend crew is back from Chicago and on location to support Tyson’s Treasure Chest. Plenty to rehash from Big Ten media days as we hear from Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp. The rewind features Coach Scott Frost and Mohamed Barry.
It’s Day 2 from Big Ten Media Days and we have a loaded show from Chicago. Iowa defensive back Michael Ojemudia, Michigan linebacker Jordan Glasgow and Wisconsin center Tyler Biadasz and Northwestern center Jared Thomas all join the show.
It's a loaded show from Big Ten Media Days in Chicago as Huskers Adrian Martinez, Mohamed Barry, Khalil Davis and Scott Frost join the program. James Franklin, P.J. Fleck and broadcaster Joel Klatt also drop by to talk the football season ahead.
It’s almost time for Chicago and the guys react to Vegas’s latest CFP odds for Nebraska. Mitch Sherman of The Athletic, Sean Keeler of the Denver Post, former Husker Jeremiah Sirles and Hail Varsity managing editor Brandon Vogel join the show.
Where are you at heading into 2019 as a Nebraska fan––confident or cocky? We check in with a pair of Blackshirts, coach Charlie McBride and Jay Moore, and Hail Varsity staff writer Derek Peterson joins the show to chat Adrian Martinez.
We're just days away from Big Ten media days and the weekend crew gets you ready. The guys discuss the moment they realized Nebraska had something special in Adrian Martinez. Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp join the program. The rewind features former Husker Matt Vrzal.
Is the defense the key to a major leap or is it still on the offense for the Huskers in 2019? Bills standout Jeremiah Sirles joins the show. Brandon Vogel also pays a visit and NBC’s Bill Doleman rounds out the guest list.
The Athletic’s Mitch Sherman recounts his chat with Nash Hutmacher. Coach Gary Barnett tells us what he thinks of new coach Mel Tucker. Brad Edwards lays out Nebraska’s range this season with ESPN’s FPI.
The final ESPN FPI is out and eight still looks great for Nebraska in 2019. We look at the rest of the West numbers. The trenches will determine how far the Big Red can go, as the guys check in with former Husker Matt Vrzal.
Husker football lands another talented wideout for the offense. We discuss what Will Nixon’s fit could look like with Greg Smith. Coach McBride is back, we chat recruiting with him and get the secret to their success with evaluation. Jay Moore stops by with thoughts on the 2019 Blackshirts.
We kick of the holiday on Hail Varsity Radio chatting about win totals. Bill Doleman stops by as does Danny Burke with the latest over/under totals on the Big Ten. The rewind features USA Today’s Paul Myerberg.
Greg Smith and Mitch Sherman share their reaction to the latest commit. USA Today’s Paul Myerberg joins the show, as he’s at The Opening. What’s Paul say about Frost and year two? Mike Babcock is back to hit on Big Red football.