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 catch up with former coach Barry Collier as he’s headed to town for the NIT. BTN’s Rick Pizzo sheds some light on Hoiberg and how it could work in Lincoln. Tom Penders assesses the tourney and Jeremiah Sirles joins the show to help out those affected by flooding.
We cover all the bases on who and what to believe on Hoiberg watch. Jacob Padilla checks in on Husker hoops. Greg Smith is in for some recruiting recon. Mr. Blackshirt Charlie McBride spends some time on spring football.
Nebrasketball is in a holding pattern for now as we await word on Tim Miles and the NIT. Brandon Vogel is in to offer his perspective and Gary Sharp is back with his thoughts on the Miles & Moos situation. The rewind features former Husker hoops standout Andy Markowski.
We chat with Andy Markowski and Brandon Vogel about Miles’s future and react to Moos’ stance on Miles. Ex-Husker offensive lineman stand out Matt Vrzal stops by to review spring ball and the offensive line battle.
The Huskers survive another day in Chicago. Nebrasketball topped the Terps and we chat with Bill Doleman and Mike Babcock to figure out how it happened. We hear from Tim Miles too about the run and fall heard round Big Ten county.
Husker Hoops HOF Beau Reid joins the show to share his thoughts on Miles and Roby. Derek Peterson chats spring ball and hoops. Mike Schuhart is on sight at Longwell's to talk golf and kick off the Big Ten tournament.
ESPN’s Mitch Sherman pays a visit to talk Week 2 of spring ball. BTN’s Rick Pizzo previews the Big Ten tournament and shares his take on Coach Tim Miles. We get recruiting thoughts with Greg Smith, as the Huskers hosted a big time player from Houston.
What a weekend in local sports. We get an update on spring practice. Two Blackshirts pay a visit as Jay Moore and Coach McBride stop by. Ced Golden weighs in on Randy Gregory, high school shot clocks and recruiting in Texas.
The Huskers enter into spring ball with some serious talent to make a move in the Big Ten. Brandon Vogel checks in and Gary Sharp returns. The rewind features former Nebraska assistant George Darlington.
NBC’s Bill Doleman comments on the Miles era at Nebraska and Greg Smith has returned from paradise to offer up some recruiting recon. North Star’s HC Tony Quattrocchi also joins us courtside ahead of tonight’s Class A semifinal.
We hit spring ball with Brandon Vogel, BTN's Gerry DiNardo and long time Husker assistant George Darlington. We get insight on the hardwood too with Coach Jeff Smith and Pius X's Brian Spicka. Jacob Padilla reviews a wild day of State Tourney action.
We hear from Mike Babcock and get his read on the squad and spend some time on Miles. Ralph Brown joins the show to talk training with Stanley Morgan, Jr. Longtime basketball coach Tom Penders is back to assess Coach Miles and the Husker season.
It's media day for spring ball. ESPN's Mitch Sherman joins the show to share his reaction to the latest comments by Coach Frost on Maurice Washington. Jacob Padilla previews Nebraska's linebackers and shares his take on the showdown versus Sparty for Nebrasketball.
Coach Charlie McBride and Blackshirt Jay Moore share their thoughts on some players to watch on the defensive side of the ball. Derek Peterson returns to the show with some insights on the race at center and what Ben Stille's ceiling can be.
Brandon Vogel joins the show to discuss spring football storylines. There's more Tim Miles news, as the topic of outside consultants has been made an issue. We rewind with former Blackshirt Jay Moore.