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 turn our attention to CU week. Husker greats Charlie McBride, Grant Wistrom and Jay Moore join the show to discuss the showdowns from yesteryear. We also check in with ESPN's Mitch Sherman on what exactly went down with Akron Saturday night.
It's game day and Hail Varsity's weekend crew gets you ready for all the excitement, story lines, and emotion. Gary Sharp joins the show and Brandon Vogel shares his take on what to expect Saturday.
Chris Schmidt and former Husker Jay Moore take the Friday show to The Graduate in downtown Lincoln to talk Akron, expectations and Frost's first season with Hail Varsity writers Derek Peterson and Brandon Vogel.
We chat about how the Big Red will look on offense, defense and everything in between. Coach Gary Barnett stops by to give his perspective on what's ahead Saturday. Plus, Big Ten Insider Tom Dienhart shares his thoughts on the Huskers.
Akron head coach Terry Bowden joins the show to talk about the opener against Nebraska and what might've been in 1993 with his Auburn team. Former Husker Jeremiah Sirles and ESPN analyst Brad Edwards also stop by to talk college football's opening weekend.
ESPN's Mitch Sherman dives into the process of why Tristan Gebbia left Nebraska. Big Ten Network's Rick Pizzo discusses the Urban Meyer scandal and Mike Babcock speaks on the atmosphere that will be present in Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Adrian Martinez has been named the starter and Tristan Gebbia is leaving. Blackshirt Jay Moore gives us his thoughts on that situation. Coach Charlie McBride discusses why he isn't a fan of players transferring and Luke Gifford talks senior expectations.
The Frost Era is almost here and we get down to business talking QB decisions, roster changes and the Urban Meyer fall out. Brandon Vogel joins the show and Gary Sharp stops by. The rewind features BTN's Gerry DiNardo.
We make out final picks on the QB battle. Mike Babcock comes on to reminisce about another time there was a close quarterback battle. Plus, Greg Smith discusses the retirement of running back Tre Bryant and gives us a recruiting update.
George Darlington joins the show to talk about the importance of developing recruits. Gary Barnett says why he believes Urban's suspension is not enough and Brandon Vogel talks about the future of the starting quarterback.
Derek Peterson and Parker Gabriel of the Lincoln Journal Star join the show to discuss continual departure of Huskers. Plus Nebrasketball commit Donovan Williams talks to us about his process of deciding to join the Huskers.
Will Jackson's departure leaves a hole in a thin secondary. ESPN's Mitch Sherman stops by to get you ready for another college football season. Husker standout Joel Makovicka shares what he's excited about with Frost in year one.
Gerry DiNardo got to check out the Big Red so what did he think of the Huskers and how big is the gap in the West? Jay Moore is back and Charlie McBride stops by as kick off is almost near.
The weekend edition is back with two weeks looming until kick off. With the QB race on the brain we tap into Brandon Vogel for his thoughts. Gary Sharp is back to chat fall camp. Husker great Grant Wistrom is featured in the rewind.
The race for QB continues as Coach Frost sheds some light on who's doing what well. Could a two man rotation work for the Big Red? We hear from Mike Babcock and Greg Smith on fall camp. Bill Doleman of NBC Sports also joins the show.