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The BTPowerhouse staff previews the 2015-16 season for the Nebraska Cornhuskers including the position groups, incoming recruits, scheduling, and prospects for the conference. To help facilitate discussion, Joshua Stern joins the podcast.
Welcome to The B1G Show! Today we kickoff our 2013 Big Ten Preview Series with the Nebraska Cornhuskers Preview Show, with special guest Steve Sipple, who covers the Cornhuskers for the Lincoln Journal Star.
Join us as we breakdown Nebraska's offseason storylines, stock report, spotlight key players, examine the team’s biggest question marks and make our bold predictions. In addition, we will go through the entire 2013 schedule game-by-game, while highlighting the most critical matchups and giving you the Cornhuskers best and worst case scenarios for the upcoming season.
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Chatham & Quinn return to finish out the final non-bowl weekend of the CFB calendar. Chatham makes his case that this season highlights the need for an expansion to an 8-team tournament, specifically using a blended FCS & bowl system model.
The guys then dive into the particulars of the final four, talking through the matchups of the Michigan State Spartans vs the Alabama Crimson Tide, and the Clemson Tigers vs the Oklahoma Sooners.
Quinn then offers some insight on the ever-expanding coaching carousel, including some interesting tidbits from a recent Bill Snyder speech on the subject.
The guys finish off by exploring the cases of the three Heisman candidates in advance of this weekend's big vote.
Hope you enjoy the show!
The Nebraska Cornhuskers are coming off a 39-19 win in their Big Ten opener against the Illinois Fighting Illini, which saw them rumble for 335 yards. Senior offensive tackle Jeremiah Sirles was a critical part of the offensive line that led the way. Sirles was a second-team All-Big Ten performer as a junior and he will be making his 34 career start this Saturday at Purdue, the second most on the team.
The fifth-year senior talks about playing for Bo Pelini, the importance of being versatile along the offensive line, last week's win over Illinois and this week's contest at Purdue. Sirles also takes us off the field, as we talk about his love of the Denver Broncos, his career interests outside of football, as well as his favorite doughnut.
Interview is from Wednesday night's Week 7 preview show.
Length: 14 Minutes
Taylor "Gator" Phillips and Ed Smith discuss the big news reported from ESPN.com that the Lions have fired general manager Martin Mayhew and president Tom Lewand, preview the Michigan Wolverines/Rutgers Scarlet Knights and Michigan State Spartans/Nebraska Cornhuskers, recap the Red Wings edging the Tampa Bay Lightning at Joe Louis Arena and the Pistons suffering their first loss of the season to the Indiana Pacers at the Palace of Auburn Hills, and discuss the Tigers declining closing pitcher Joe Nathan's $10 million option for 2016.
R B1G Show Podcast: Rutgers Football Talk & Nebraska Preview!
Taylor "Gator" Phillips and Ed Smith recap what went down in the following games:
Rutgers Scarlet Knights/Michigan Wolverines
Michigan State Spartans/Nebraska Conhuskers
Red Wings/Toronto Maple Leafs
Dallas Stars/Red Wings
Pistons/Portland Trail Blazers
Taylor also previews the upcoming game between his Central Michigan Chippewas and the no-longer-undefeated Toledo Rockets, who suffered an upset loss at home to the Northern Illinois Huskies. That game begins at Kelly/Shorts Stadium in Mt. Pleasant at CMU Tuesday at 8:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.
Both he and Ed also preview the Wings/Caps and Pistons/Kings.
MSL Radio Miami Hurricanes football expert analysts Joe Flacho, Eric Robinson, Bobby Melendez and Dylan Goldman previews The U's matchup up against the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers! Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 PM ET! You can check out the post-game show right after the game! Tune into every game day as MSL Radio will always have you up to speed with pre-game and post-game coverage of every University of Miami Hurricanes football game!
Brady Quinn, Matt Chatham and Jay Foreman have a players'-view roundtable looking back and Week 3 and ahead to Week 4.
Topics on the table include the mangled hopes of the two big-time programs in the state of Alabama (Auburn and to a lesser-extent Alabama), Michigan State and Ole Miss stake their claim for a rise in the polls, a monster weekend for running back production in the SEC, overcoming a string of heartbreakers for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, a ridiculously-good & record-setting performance by QB Greyson Lambert for the Georgia Bulldogs, our upset alerts for the coming weekend, and much more.
The Wisconsin Badgers are still in the race for the Big Ten West division after their last-second victory over the Nebraska Cornhuskers last Saturday. What can fans expect when the Badgers take on the struggling Purdue Boilermakers?
A huge loss for the Badgers on the recruiting trail when four-star running back Antonio Williams de-committed from his verbal pledge on Wednesday, and appears to be headed to Ohio State. What caused his second thoughts on Wisconsin? How does this hurt the Badgers' future recruiting efforts, and who will the Badgers appear to target coming up? BadgerNation.com's Ben Worgull stops by at 8:15 CT to break it all down!