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In the debut of The Go Big Redcast the fellas give us a brief background on why and how this podcast got started. Back from the Nebraska Football Coaches Clinic the boys discuss what they saw on offense (6:00), Bob Diaco and the defense (28:00), things get a little heated when they put on their Scarlett Colored Glasses and talk Husker football recruiting philosophy (49:40), trivia time (1:08:00), and wrap it up with a brief look ahead at the upcoming Spring Game (1:12:00).
The Go Big Redcast breaks down the spring game, first with the competition at quarterback and the offense (2:25), then the defense and Coach Diaco's secrecy around his 3-4 scheme (21:00), the fellas put on their Scarlett Covered Glasses to debate recruiting philosophies, should we call them pledges or commits?, and the early "commits" the Huskers gained over the weekend (37:30), trivia time (50:50), and discuss upcoming NCAA rules changes and how that will effect recruiting in the future (53:25).
The boys discuss why it was a great week to be a Husker with some optimistic recruiting news (1:35), the announcement of Tanner Lee being named the starting quarterback (6:30), more heated debate on Nebraska recruiting philosophies, and how do recruits get stars anyway?(10:50), Nebrasketball talk, some new commitments, the college basketball transfer epidemic, and not recruiting in-state (37:00), Nebraska and Big Ten baseball talk (49:55), Trivia Time (1:00:45), and the legend of Ewald "Jumbo" Stiehm (1:06:30).
The Redcast discusses growing up a Husker fan today vs 20 to 30 years ago. Then the gang debates writer Stewart Mandel's Kings-Barons-Knights-Peasants pecking order of college football, and where Nebraska should fall on that list. Part 1 of 2.
The gang talks Husker and Big Ten baseball as the regular season wraps up, discuss all the Redcast Twitter Poll results (31:45), as well as ESPN's recently released win-loss prediction for the football team.
The boys discuss the excitement around Husker baseball winning their first conference title since 2005, preview the Big Ten tournament, and where they might land in the NCAA tourney. Then, Honke pens an open letter to Oklahoma’s president (23:20), debate the landscape of college rivalries, and what Nebraska should do about Iowa and their own rivalry situation. Etiquette towards pledges and recruits (50:00), Twitter poll results (51:30), and end on some trivia (57:00).
The gang discusses Stewart Mandel's demotion of the football team from Kings to Barons, as well as what expectations should be made for the squad in the next few years, then preview the NCAA Baseball Tournament and Nebraska's draw (31:30), Nebrasketball talk as it appears the Huskers have yet again missed out on two big in-state recruits (46:30), trivia and parting shots (56:10).
The gang discusses Husker baseball being eliminated in the NCAA Regionals with losses to Yale and Holy Cross, possible reasons for their late season fades, and where they need to improve going forward. Then review what sport had the most disappointing finish to a season this year (14:20), as promised finish up Part 2 of Stewart Mandel's Kings-Barons-Knights-Peasants rankings debate (27:30), and close with some parting shots (57:00).
The gang is back after a couple months of summer break and start the show discussing all the twitter poll results over the past two months, discuss the latest recruiting news, as well as this seasons alternate uniforms. Then they preview the Husker defense (16:00), the offense (30:15), and the ACC, complete with Nebraska's history against those schools(57:35).
The boys discuss season expectations for the Husker team and coaching staff. Then they debate the Big Ten playing nine conference games vs. the SEC playing eight, as well as Friday night football coming to the conference (37:00). They finish with a preview of the Pac 12 and Big 12 (47:20).