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.
Fall camp is officially underway. Schmidt and Elijah discuss some of the position battles and names to watch. Bill Doleman and Derek Peterson weigh in on Nebraska’s fall tasks and the mysterious Clausebourne returns to kick off fall ball.
Brandon Vogel reacts to the new Big Ten Schedule. Coach Gary Barnett has an interesting idea that could solve the NCAA's player payment problems. Bill Bender of Sporting News talks about Brett Favre and other great NFL QB's. Danny Burke rounds out the show.
The Big Ten has moved forward with a tentative plan for football in 2020. Schmidt and Elijah dive into the reshuffled schedule and project a possible record. Mike Babcock joins the show to react as do some Husker fans on this Wednesday edition.
Michael Franzese checks in on his new Netflix project and discusses sports gambling. We round out the show with ESPN’s Zubin Mehenti as he makes his first appearance to preview his new show and talk fall sports. The guys also catch up with Mitch Sherman.
Another Big Ten team has been hit with COVID-19. Schmidty and Elijah have some thoughts on the season moving forward. We chat about the fall out from the Pac-12 players list of demands. Greg Smith checks in on recruiting and it’s another Monday with Charlie McBride.
The weekend crew checks in on the topic of fall football. What’s going to happen with Nebraska and the Big Ten? Brandon Vogel joins the show and Gary Sharp checks in as well. The rewind features Steve Warren of the Warren Academy.
We look at the candidates along the defensive line. The waiting game continues for Nebraska with the Big Ten for the updated 10-game conference schedule. Bill Doleman and Parker Gabriel join the show and Derek Peterson checks in on the Husker defensive front.
There’s more optimism for college football with the SEC and ACC. Is the Big Ten up next? Coach Barnett re-lives some crazy travel stories. Brett Ciancia of Pick Six Previews examines Nebraska for 2020. We also catch up with Brandon Vogel and Danny Burke.
Chris and Elijah talk about Matt Lubick's comments about the wide receivers on Tuesday night. Mike Babcock joins in the first hour plus former Husker Steve Warren joins to discuss his training program in hour two. Dr. Brad Webb also joins for a Jock Doc.
Schmidt and Damon talk impact players for Husker football in 2020. How key will junior college contribution be for the big red? Jacob Padilla takes a deep dive into the Husker hoops roster. Coach George Darlington joins the show to give his input on college football and ESPN’s Brad Edwards checks in
Chris and Elijah discuss news that 14 members of the Miami Marlins have tested positive for COVID-19. Plus we discuss the big trade between the Jets and Seahawks. Greg Smith joins to recap the Warren Academy Showcase and Charlie McBride joins for his weekly segment.
Brandon Vogel talks about what a successful year for Nebraska looks like and lays out the power rankings in the Big Ten. Gary Sharp hits on what this Husker defense needs to do at the outside linebacker position moving forward. Plus, a rewind with BTN's Rick Pizzo for a Big Ten Buffet.
Derek Peterson takes a deep dive into Nebraska's defensive line and linebacker room for 2020. Bill Doleman says it's time that the defense settles down. Blackshirt and NFLer Jay Moore joins the show to remember Coach John Blake who passed away recently at the age of 59.
MLB is back! Parker Gabriel of the Lincoln Journal Star chimes in with insight on two important Husker recruits making their decision soon. The Big Ten Network's Rick Pizzo is back for another Big Ten Buffet. Plus Brandon Vogel and Danny Burke join the show.
Schmidt and Damon take a look at the options the Big Red have to work with in the trenches. Brad Edwards and Mike Babcock check in on some college football as well. Mike Schuchart relives the time he went snowman plus two on the PGA Tour.