The Cousins recap another disappointing loss to Troy and debate where Nebraska is as a team. They then preview the Michigan game and make the weekly picks with Nick Gregath of ESPN 1480 AM in Lincoln.
After a disappointing loss against Colorado, the Cousins discuss the debut of Scott Frost, the first true freshman QB Adrian Martinez, and the dominating pass rush. They also discuss some of the lows that contibuted to the defeat of the Cornhuskers. After that they preview the Troy game and bring on cousin Todd for the weekly pick 'em.
After the disappointment of the cancellation of the Akron game, the Cousins talk about the Big Ten struggles in the week 1 games. They preview the second opening game of the season against Colorado, and debate how good they truly are. Husker Hype's newest writer/cousin Patrick joins them for the weekly predictions.
This week, the Cousins debate the Gebbia transfer and discuss the depth chart released earlier in the week. They also break down the season and preview the upcoming season under first year head coach Scott Frost. They then preview the season opener against Akron and give predictions of the best games of the week while introducing a new segment "Let It Ride" where the Cousins are placing a bet week by week and donating half the proceeds to a charity of the fans choice.
This week, the Cousins welcome Adam McClintock (@cfb_professor) to discuss "Adam McClintock's Analytic College Football Preview." They aslo debate the pros and cons of a two QB system and give reactions to the BTN crew comments to Husker practice. Finally, they offer their predictions to the Power 5 Conference Championships and CFB Playoff picks.
The Cousins celebrate their 100th Episode with a great interview with Erin Sorensen of Hail Varsity. They also hand out some preseason awards in a fun round table with Huskerhype.com John Swedlund and the new newest member of Husker Hype and cousin Patrick Harrington.
This week, the Cousins preview the Big Ten 2018 season. They debate their top 3 picks from each division. They speculate which coaches will be on the hot seat at seasons end in the Big Ten. They also discuss the best B1G non-con and best conference games of the season.
The Urban Meyer scandal completely wrecks this week's planned episode, so the Cousins are forced to discuss this rather than the Big Ten East breakdown. They debate the Big Ten standings based off of the last four years of recruiting rankings. They also offer their perspective on Scott Frost's decision to not make coordinators available for post game interviews.
This week, the Cousins discuss the highlights of the B1G Media Days as it relates to Nebraska. They recap a big week in roster additions from commits and grad transfers. They also debate their Twitter poll questions that break down the Husker schedule.
This week, the Cousins talk with 2019 Husker commit Jackson Hannah about his recruitment, move to ILB, coaches, redshirt rule, playing in the B1G, and of course Fortnite. They also discuss the state of recruiting with John Swedlund.