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.
We check in with Brad Edwards and Bill Doleman on CFB season hopes. Brandon Vogel has some thoughts on fast-food franchises, QB races and season 4 of Ozark. Mike Schuchart is back to tell you about the time his caddie set Herbie Husker ablaze.
The Athletic’s Mitch Sherman weighs in and also details what Luke McCaffrey’s role will be in the Husker offense this fall. Jacob Padilla shares insight from his Husker Film Study on Garrett Nelson. Plus, YouTube Tuesday with Husker John Parrella remembering the 1992 Halloween beat down against CU.
We get more insight on Nebraska football and COVID-19 by Scott Frost. We talk about expectations for the season with Coach McBride. Former Husker Matt Vzral shares his take on the line this fall. KC sports writer David Smale previews his new book Keys to the Kingdom.
The weekend crew is ready to talk offensive line. Brandon Vogel checks in on Nebraska’s prospects in the trenches. Gary Sharp also shares his thoughts. The rewind features pipeline member Dr Rob Zatechka.
The HV Crew is discussing where Nebraska falls among CFB programs in the past decade and if they're buying or selling Penn State in 2020. Parker Gabriel joins to discuss recruiting plus Bill Doleman and Jay Moore each join in Hour two. We rewind back to a 2015 interview with Barry Switzer.
Greg Smith joins to tell the guys who to be on the lookout for and Bill Bender from Sporting News shares his take on Nebraska's new "weight class" in the college football world. Brandon Vogel hits on the hardest home games for Nebraska and the Danny Burke is back from vacation for Burke's Best Bets.
The Huskers have another option on the offensive line as Ezra Miller will transfer and walk on from Iowa. We share some thoughts on Bubba Wallace with Lars Anderson. Brad Edwards checks in on the rise and fall of some power programs. Mike Schuchart and Mike Babcock round out the show.
Mitch Sherman joins to tell us how he evaluates a recruit. Nebraska native Jake Diekman hops on to explain his thoughts about playing baseball in a pandemic. YouTube Tuesday with Mitch Krenk looking back at the 1982 beatdown that was Nebraska versus Auburn, a game that featured with Bo Jackson.
We are back at it on a Monday with plenty of offensive line talk. Husker great Dr. Rob Zatechka joins the show to discuss where the line is at. He also gives his medical outlook on what’s ahead with college football versus COVID-19. Derek Peterson also checks in to talk some Husker football.
In this Best Of edition we feature past interviews with Ron Brown, OJ Simpson's Former Agent Mike Gilbert, Mike Leach and Hall of Fame coach Bill McCartney. We also run through the first Hail Varsity spelling bee and Olympian Jordan Burroughs.
Jacob Padilla joins to discuss that topic and the commitment of Elijah Wood. Greg Smith joins for recruiting recon, Bill Doleman debates whether or not the 2020 MLB season should be scrapped and Dean Blevins discusses the job security of Mike Gundy.
How will the Husker OL position battle shake out? We spend some time Thursday on the big uglies with Brandon Vogel and Mitch Sherman. Husker OLB commit Will Schweitzer makes his first appearance. The Pirate is back and coach Leach has a take on how he looks as a woman and Lincoln’s coyote problem.
Elijah and Damon are running the show today while Chris is off at the golf course. The guys discuss which sports could fill the void that the MLB has left before chatting with Mike Babcock about the 2002 Huskers. Brad Edwards talks about Vegas's Big Ten odds for 2020.
The head Husker sat down to talk some Big Red. Parker Gabriel joins the show to react and discuss the oline. Jay Moore gives his experience with the mini camp format and how it could help Nebraska this season. YouTube Tuesday features former voice of the Huskers Jim Rose as we revisit NU/TAMU
There is plenty to get into on a Monday. We hit the latest on Gundy and react to MLB’s latest arm wrestling match. Coach Ron Brown and Charlie McBride join the show. Mike Reilley checks in with his reaction to ESPN’s Long Gone Summer.