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 midweek edition reacts to Bill Moos’ thoughts on what’s ahead for football in 2020. Mike Babcock and Brad Edwards join the show to talk fans in stands and some of the best teams to fall short of a title. Mike Schuchart recaps The Match and talks about the time he and Charles Barkley golfed.
Mitch Sherman shares his State of the Program. Coach Charlie McBride teaches us how to motivate players as a coach and tells us about his hole-in-one story that cost him 200 big ones. Plus, a YouTube Tuesday with Husker legend Trev Alberts looking back on the nail biter that was 1993 UCLA game.
Husker sports are set to open up in June. The weekend crew reacts to what’s ahead for the Big Red. Brandon Vogel and Gary Sharp talk health, football and The Last Dance. The rewind features ESPN’s Brad Edwards.
Chris has the day off so Elijah and Damon are taking over today's show. They react to the news that Nebraska athletes will return to campus on June 1st before talking with Jacob Padilla and Bill Doleman. Jake Cotton also joins for another segment of "Butch's World.”
Coach Bo spoke for a profile in Sports Illustrated. We check in with Gary Barnett on if Pelini can get another Power Five look. Bill Bender checks in on the latest developments in college football and Danny Burke reports from Vegas.
The NCAA has spoken and we like what we heard. Football and team activities may resume shortly. Mike Babcock and Brad Edwards weigh in. We hear from Mike Schuchart on Tiger versus Phil and MLB pitcher Jake Diekman makes his first visit on Hail Varsity Radio.
The Athletic's Mitch Sherman shares his thoughts on some of the most dominant college football teams of the last 50 years. Greg Smith has a huge recruiting update and on YouTube Tuesday, WR Brandon Kinnie joins the show to remember his three TD performance against Oklahoma State back in 2010.
Chris and Elijah are back to recap the last two episodes of "The Last Dance" and are again joined by Mike Reilley. The newest Husker punter, Daniel Cerni, also joins to discuss his upcoming move from Australia to Nebraska. Chalie McBride joins for a Blackshirt Monday segment.
Brandon Vogel joins to help Chris price check his old pair of Jordans and Gary Sharp explains why the Huskers' wide receivers for the 2020 season are some of the best he's seen. We rewind with Bellevue West football coach Michael Huffman to talk about Betts and his journey to academic eligibility.
The talented Bellevue West WR is in and Coach Huffman kicks off the Friday show to chat. Derek Peterson and Bill Doleman check in on the Last Dance and some Husker talk. Blackshirt Jay Moore pays a visit with some thoughts on recruiting and the potential Manning and Betts tag team.
Danny Woodhead joins to compare Tom Brady and Jordan's intensity. Greg Smith is here to update you on the latest Husker recruits and the extended dead period. Brandon Vogel talks about all the logos he shaved into his head as a kid and Danny Burke is live from the fairway with Burke's Best Bets.
Noah Vedral is headed to the Big Ten East as he lands with Rutgers. We hear from Coach Frost on a number of topics including college football 2020. Mike Babcock checks in on the Big Red and Brad Edwards discusses uniformity issues with the upcoming college football season.
The Athletic's Mitch Sherman explains why Heinrich Haarberg might bring in some other recruits and Jacob Padilla explains Nebrasketball's newest commit Eduardo Andre. Lincoln Babe Ruth Commissioner Jim Hansen describes what youth baseball will look like this summer. YouTube Tuesday with Joel Wilks,
Chris Schmidt and the Hail Varsity Radio crew talk about Gov. Pete Ricketts clearing the way for the return of youth baseball and softball. Doug Duda and Charlie McBride join the show to talk all things Husker and Mike Reilly discusses the two latest episodes of The Last Dance.
The weekend crew checks in on if we’ll have fall ball this year. We talk production in the Big Ten with Brandon Vogel. Gary Sharp weighs in on Nebraska and metro recruiting and coach Gary Barnett is featured in the rewind.