Hail Varsity Radio Show
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.
Husker Nation and the Big Ten are waiting for a return to fall football. Schmidt and Elijah discuss the pending decision by the COP/P. Coach McBride and Jay Moore provide a Blackshirt tag team to talk football. Greg Smith has a recruiting update on an area prospect landing on the Big Ten radar.
The weekend crew is ready to present. Will we get an answer on October football moving forward? Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp check in. The rewind features Coach Gary Barnett.
As a vote looms Nebraska’s AG wants to talk compliance. Schmidt and Elijah get you ready for a weekend of pigskin with Derek Peterson, Bill Doleman and Coach Gingery. We remember 9/11 and visit with a survivor Sujo John.
Schmidt and Damon react to Coach Day and Coach Franklin’s thoughts and set the scene for a possible weekend vote. Gary Barnett, Brandon Vogel and Blair Kerkhoff share takes. We also get the low down on NFL betting from Danny Burke.
More discussion with the midweek edition on the Big Ten and return to play. Schmidt and Elijah catch up with Mike Babcock. ESPN’s Brad Edwards tackles the topic of the CFP and if the Big Ten and Pac-12 will get consideration. We also check in with Mike Schuchart from Wilderness Ridge.
Time is a wasting and the Big Ten remains mute on fall ball. Schmidt and Damon discuss an option number three with Mitch Sherman. Greg Smith joins the show to chat some ‘crootin. Blackshirt McBride is back from a holiday weekend to talk Big Red.
Mark, Elijah, and Damon are in for this Saturday morning edition of Hail Varsity Radio on a day where we should be watching Nebraska play their first game of the season. They rewind with Bill Bender before talking with Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp.
Elijah is in for Chris on a Friday to discuss the latest in the Big Ten's ongoing return-to-play saga and more with Derek Peterson as well as get a prep preview with local high school coaches.
Schmidt and Elijah check the rumor mill on an earlier fall start for the Big Ten. Mike Babcock talks pigskin while Jay Moore clues us in from his sit down with Bill Moos. ESPN’s Brad Edwards ponders how many wings he can crush and if Ohio State is still a title contender.
The President had a sit down with the Commish. Schmidt and Damon make sense of a wild day of rumors and hope for October football. Board of Trustees member at PSU Jay Paterno checks in on his new book and the climate around the Big Ten. Mitch Sherman and Jacob Padilla talk football and hoops.
The Big Ten responded to the Husker Eight Monday and we learned of the vote, 11-3. Schmidt and Elijah react and try and figure out what’s next with the prospect of football. Attorney Vince Powers checks in with legal insight. Bill Doleman also joins and it’s another Monday with Charlie McBride.
The weekend crew reacts to the week of news. Recruiting, lawsuits, and Thanksgiving football are on the menu. Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp join the show. The rewind features Coach Gary Barnett.
Multiple reports indicate the Big Ten could be considering a Thanksgiving start. Host Christ Schmidt talks about that and more with Derek Peterson and Parker Gabriel.
Eight current Nebraska football players went to court, suing the Big Ten. Attorney Vince Powers shares his reaction the the case. Steve Warren joins the show to chat Thomas Fidone’s commitment. Coach Gary Barnett, Brandon Vogel and Danny Burke round out the show.
Schmidt and Elijah talk recruiting specifically what a commitment from TE Thomas Fidone would mean for the Big Red. Mike Babcock visits the show to weigh in and recap the impact of the 1993 recruiting class. Brad Edwards offers thoughts on the division that exists in the Big Ten and the Power 5.