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.
Schmidt and Elijah are joined by Malik Williams. Mitch Sherman takes a look at Nebraska’s depth on defense. Jacob Padilla has an hardwood update from AAU and Bill Bender takes a gander at some possible big time matchups this CFB season.
The Huskers landed another DB for 2021. Schmidt and Elijah catch-up with Marques Buford. Greg Smith joins the show too to talk some recruiting. Blackshirt McBride makes his usual appearance and the guys chat survival with Navy Seal Cade Courtley.
Chris and Mark are on the road at the 7th Annual Tee-Off for Treasures Golf Tournament. They're joined by JP from KX 96.9 and Jeremiah Sirles to talk about Tyson's Treasure Chest. Plus Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp join in to discuss Husker football.
Chris has the day off so Elijah and Damon are filling in. They talk about everything from CFB bowl games to putting mics on NHL players and even chat a bit about binge-worthy shows on Netflix. Greg Smith joins for recruiting recon, Bill Doleman checks in and Colton Stone makes his return to HVR.
Chris and Damon take a look at some new recruits for the Huskers. Phil Steele takes a deep dive into the state of the Big Ten. Gary Barnett and Brandon Vogel discuss the fate of the season. Danny Burke is back with his best bets.
On the midweek edition Schmidt and Elijah take a look at Nebraska’s RB room. We also have some takeaways from Coach Held’s comments. Mike Babcock joins the show to talk pumping iron and Brad Edwards shares his insight on the SEC and ACC for the fall.
The waiting game continues for direction on college football. We chat about the adjustments needed for a spring season. Mitch Sherman and Derek Peterson weigh in on the Big Red. We catch up with Jim Walden to get his perspective and outlook for fall football.
Chris and Elijah are back to discuss the possibilities surrounding the 2020 CFB season. Doug Duda joins to discuss the 2020 Nebraska Shrine Bowl the first football game played in America since March. Greg Smith also joins for some recruiting recon and Mr. Blackshirt himself Charlie McBride joins.
The weekend crew examines a busy week. Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp join the show and react to the Big Ten’s league only schedule announcement. The rewind features Mitch Sherman from The Athletic
We get thoughts from Mitch Sherman and Derek Peterson about the Big Ten's decision to move to a 10-game conference-only schedule and Bill Doleman gives his opinion on Scott Frost's inclusion in hot seat discussions.
It's conference-only this fall in the Big Ten. Chris and Damon try to figure out how to reshuffle the schedule. Coach Gerry DiNardo takes a break from his busy day at the BTN. Jay Moore joins in to discuss how he as a player would react. Brandon Vogel shares his thoughts as well on the big news.
There is plenty of college football to talk. What’s likely for the Big Ten in 2020? The great “hot seat” debate that now has a familiar name on it for Big Red fans. Blair Kerkhoff and Brad Edwards tackle some big picture thoughts and Mike Babcock has the latest on the Huskers.
We get big news in the NFL and some Husker thoughts as Schmidty is back from vacation. Former Husker Eric Warfield joins the show to react to Mahomes. The voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus also weighs in. The Athletic’s Mitch Sherman has the latest on college football.
Chris has the day off but Elijah and Damon are getting you caught up on all the sports news of the weekend. They get a recruiting update from Greg Smith before they talk with the newest Husker commit Latrell Neville. Charlie McBride also joins for another Blackshirt Monday.
Mike Leach starts things off to talk about 4th of July festivities from Cody, Wyoming. Rex Burkhead follows talking about his 2019 Super Bowl win with the Patriots. Brian Bosworth caps the first hour talking about his persona and life struggles. Michael Franzse, Matt Vrzal and Barry Switzer join.