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.
We talk about the Huskers darkhorse, long-shot and sure-thing for 2018. Erin Sorensen has returned to Hail Varsity and we celebrate. There are plenty of hot seats around college football and some words of wisdom from Husker great Ty Lue.
Can this Nebraska team do something that hasn't been done for a while: have a winning record in November? Brandon Vogel stops by and Gary Sharp makes an in studio house call. The rewind features NBC's Bill Doleman.
Mike Babcock and Former Blackshirt Jay Moore stop by in hour one. The Pride of Fairbury Bill Doleman joins us and we run down long time NBA vet and Husker basketball hall of famer Erick Strickland to recap the wild week in the NBA.
Can Nebraska become America's team and are two different locker rooms a good thing for Husker football? BTN's Gerry DiNardo joins the show to talk recruiting. Brandon Vogel also makes an appearance and we rewind with OJ Simpson's former agent Mike Gilbert.
We take a look at the trend of super teams and how Husker football was spectacular at building and developing homegrown talent. ESPN's Mitch Sherman stops by the show. And Brad Edwards also makes an appearance to talk Harbaugh and Michigan's QB play. We rewind with Blackshirt great Grant Wistrom
We dive into the discussion of which home game will be the most important for the Huskers this season. Derek Peterson joins the show to talk a little NBA and Nebraska. Charlie McBride provides his list of program-changing players.
The weekend edition is back and we hit Husker football, CWS and recruiting. Brandon Vogel of Hail Varsity stops by to focus on the Blackshirts' D, and Gary Sharp discusses his interview with Husker DC Erik Chinander. The rewind features college football insider Phil Steele.
Erin Sorensen joins the show to talk about Big Ten expectations and Nebraska's recruiting efforts. NBC Sports' Bill Doleman dives into the free agency of the NBA and compares traits between Coach Osborne and Coach Frost.
We start by talking sports heartbreaks. College Football insider Phil Steele joins the show to preview 2018 and former Blackshirt Jay Moore also stops by. Derek Peterson also joins the party.
Cedric Golden joins to discuss NBA free agency and the status of former Husker Randy Gregory. Brandon Vogel hops on to give his take on what Nebraska's current and potential recruiting niche. Lars Anderson also shares his CFB predictions.
On Tuesday's show we discuss how much skepticism exists for Nebraska football in year one of the Scott Frost era. Mitch Sherman joins the show and Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star talks how Frost plus if the Royals will sign pitcher Luke Heimlich.
Coach Charlie McBride joins the show to tell us about about player motivation, getting your team to have faith and his birthday experience. Greg Smith recaps the second edition of the Friday Night Lights camp and tell us which players impressed him.
Brandon Vogel stops by to talk the rational thought process for the upcoming season. Gary Sharp discusses his experience at the CWS this year and his interactions with Dave Van Horn. We rewind with BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo.
Parker Gabriel of the Lincoln Journal Star comes on the show to discuss the Huskers newest commit and which players to look out for in part two of the Friday Night Lights camp. NBC Sports' Bill Doleman shares his thoughts on all things NBA.
Former Husker Jeremiah Sirles joins the show to talk going through the "Program" training. We get a surprise visit from Butch Cotton. BTN's Gerry DiNardo joins the show and Derek Peterson provides a look at Coach Frost's new/old school balance.