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.
The weekend crew takes a look at Nebraska’s 2020 schedule and the statement week one can make versus Purdue. Gary Sharp and Brandon Vogel join the show and the rewind features BTN analyst Gerry DiNardo.
The show reacts to Kirk Ferentz' press conference. High School head football coach Mark Krail joins to discuss his player Will Schweitzer before Erin Sorensen and Bill Doleman join the show. Lars Anderson also checks in to tell us the perception of Nebraska in the heart of SEC country.
It's the 10 year anniversary of the Huskers move to the Big Ten. Chris and Elijah also break down the commitment of Will Schweitzer before speaking with Gerry DiNardo, Bill Bender and Brandon Vogel. Danny Burke also joins for another segment of Burke's Best Bets.
The Huskers need more from the wideout group in 2020. Some former Husker wideouts respond to social media criticism. We look at the offensive line with Jacob Padilla and talk QBs with Mike Babcock. Brad Edwards has thoughts on Bush and USC plus where the Husker land on the coaching tier rankings.
The Hail Varsity crew discuss which college football coaching jobs are most sought after and where Nebraska falls in that list. Mitch Sherman and Derek Peterson join to talk about the situation at Iowa and Spencer Long joins for the YouTube Tuesday segment to reminisce on the 2011 game against OSU.
The JD Spielman saga has officially ended and he’s off in the transfer portal. We chat about his legacy at Nebraska and where he could end up. Coach McBride checks in as does Greg Smith to talk Big Red and recruiting. Newest commit Seth Malcom also joins the show.
On this Saturday Morning edition of Hail Varsity Radio Chris, Mark and Elijah discuss the importance of having tough conversations in light of recent events at Iowa. Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp join the show plus we rewind with Gary Barnett.
It’s Friday and the HV crew checks in with Bill Doleman. Where can Nebraska make gains at the tight end spot for 2020? Greg Smith is back with a recruiting update. Blackshirt Jay Moore chats Drew Brees and pass rush candidates for next year.
We talk the Big Ten at 10 for Nebraska and if the Big Red would do it all over again. Gary Barnett checks in on how things have worked out for teams that relocated. Brandon Vogel and Parker Gabriel talk Huskers and Danny Burke is back with best bets.
What can year three be like for Adrian Martinez and what type of help can new talents provide at WR? Mike Babcock and ESPN’s Brad Edwards answer the call to discuss and Mike Schuchart checks in with some golf.
HVR checks in with long time Nebraska assistant Jack Pierce for YouTube Tuesday. Mitch Sherman checks in on how sports can be a uniting force in the world. Jacob Padilla has thoughts on Nebraska’s offense and names to watch in the secondary.
After a trying weekend the guys are back to talk life and football. Coach McBride joins in with another Monday w/ Charlie. Greg Smith talks recruiting and Cedric Golden reflects on the events across the country along with some sports.
The weekend crew hits on a flurry of news. We give thoughts on the Henry Gray departure and the addition of WR Shawn Hardy. Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp join the show and the rewind features commit Shawn Hardy.
The Huskers landed their first WR commit for 2021 with Shawn Hardy. The Georgia product stopped by to chat. Derek Peterson talked about the departure of Henry Gray. Bill Doleman recounted some of the best deep threats to ware the N and Blackshirt Jay Moore talks The Match.
We hear from Brandon Vogel on how Nebraska’s navigated the rough and tumble Big Ten. Greg Smith is back with some recruiting recon. Danny Burke has your best bets from Vegas and Dean Blevins chats Sooners and the college football outlook for 2020.