We go all in on our Spring Game preview. We discuss how the roster is divided for the Spring Game. We offer our expectations and what excites us most about each position group. We also predict our Spring Game stars on offense and defense.
This week, The Cousins talk about the hire of Fred Hoiberg and the expectations of the basketball team in the coming future. They then move onto the commitment of Zavier Betts and Frost's ability to lock down Nebraska's talent. Then they finally discuss Troy Walter's message to the Wide Receiver group.
This week, the Cousins debate Tim Miles chances of saving his job; whether or not Fred Hoiberg would be a good hire for Nebraska; how deep the Huskers can go in the NIT Tournament. We also discuss our biggest story lines coming out of spring camp and debate where we can get help from the transfer portal.
The Cousins react to the initial spring camp press conference and praise the interviews. They welcome the new DL Coach, Tony Tuioti. They also look ahead to the upcoming position battles that excite them the most. Finally, they debate the 247 article projecting 6.5 wins for the Huskers next season.
The Cousins discuss post season chances for Nebraska basketball and debate Tim Miles hot seat and whether to keep him. They also react to DL coach Mike Dawson leaving for NY Giants - transfer implications and possible replacements. They also go unhinged in the Last Call segment.
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.