The Cousins welcome in Thomas Smith (@HuskerTom1997) to talk B1G Media Days, Coaches on the hot seat, Conference realignment and Recruiting.

The Cousins welcome in Braden Gall (@BradenGall) of Athlon Sports to talk NIL, Nebraska, Scott Frost, and the dismantling of the NCAA!!

The Cousins rank the 2021 Huskers schedule from easiest to toughest and assign confidence points (0-10) to each game.

The Cousins welcome back Adam McClintock (@cfb_professor) to chat about his 2021 Analytics College Football Preview. They also discuss the retirement of Bill Moos and what it means to Scott Frost and the program. Finally, they get Adam’s thoughts on playoff expansion and if his analytics model can support it.

The Cousins react to the news of former 5 Star Ohio State Cornerback Tyreke Johnson transferring to Nebraska and where he fits in the defense. They also discuss recent news of the transfer of David Alston, another transfer by Luke McCaffrey, and the commitment of QB Richard Torres from San Antonio. Finally, they debate the proposal of a 12 Team College Football Playoff and the positives and negatives.

The Cousins react to the Big Ten Champion Husker Baseball Team in the Arkansas Regional and fantastic season. They discuss Draft Kings O/U of 6 wins for the football team. They also discuss trap games for the Huskers and games that Nebraska could be a trap game for. They also debate which position group they would like to see improvement from on offense if only one position group could be chosen. Finally, they discuss the Huskers on the Athlon’s Preseason All B1G Teams and who was missed.

The Cousins react to the Spring Game by discussing the game format. They breakdown the position groups on offense and defense. They offer their biggest takeaways from the game. Finally, they give their Real Deal and Surprise Player selections.

The Cousins celebrate their 200th episode by welcoming back Cousin Patrick for a Spring Game Preview. They discuss the Thomas Fidone injury, spring game format and Bill Moos’ expectations of 8-9 wins. They also look at the intriguing position battles; ponder what they could see out of the spring game that would give them optimism and pessimism; offer dark horses on offense and defense; meaningless score predictions; and Huskers in the draft.
Tyler offers his thoughts on his observations from the Husker spring practice that was opened to the public on Saturday. He details the atmosphere, Omar Manning, QBs, OL, RBs, Defense, and Newcomers that stood out.

The Cousins discuss the focus on improvements in spring ball plus offer the improvements they would like to see addressed: downfield passing, special teams, turnovers, penalties, running back usage, scoring defense and scoring offense.

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