This week, the Cousins recap the overall 2019 Husker recruiting class. They offer their thoughts on each position group and determine if the Husker needs were met. They also play a game called "Redshirt Or Play" for each recruit where "Play" consists of candidates will play 5 or more games this coming season.
The Cousins, offer their Defensive breakdown for the 2019 season. They project a 3 deep at each position and determine if they will be better, same, or worse at each position group. Finally, they debate the Nebrasketball current state and postseason chances along with the future of Tim Miles.
This week, the Cousins offer their "way to early" offensive breakdown for the upcoming season. They try to establish a depth chart for the offense prior to spring ball. They also debate if they are better/same/worse at each position group.
The Cousins discuss the Alabama-Clemson rematch for the National Title. They then debate whether there is a need to create more parity in college football and possible ways to achieve parity.
Justin and Derrick welcome in John Swedlund to recap Day 1 of Signing Day. They discuss recruiting surprises (or lack there of); updates on Dedrick Mills and Desmond Bland; areas still in need of work; and recruiting rankings. They also discuss Husker Volleyball and debate Whiteboardgate.
Derrick and Justin give recruiting and roster updates; discuss the Heisman results; talk most intriguing bowl matchups; and debate B1G conference realignment and expansion.
This week, The Cousins recap the disappointing 4-8 season, they talk the highs and lows of said season, hand out MVP and most improved awards, discuss areas of improvement that were made and not made thought out the season. They also discuss the final CFP poll, and enjoy a great last call.
The Cousins recap the disappointing loss in the Iowa game and talk the good and the bad. They debate the CFP Committee's rankings prior to the conference championship games. Then make picks for the championship games.
The Cousins react to a 9-6 victory over Michigan State. They then bring on John Swedlund (@JohnSwedlund) to preview the Iowa game, debate rivalry status, and make the Weekly Picks.