Connor Happer, middays 10-2 on 1620 The Zone.
March 24 – Segment 12 – What to Watch Tonight
Connor updates the polls, and Josh tells us what’s on TV this weekend
March 24 – Segment 11 – Creighton-Princeton Preview
Connor gives you his keys to the game and prediction for tonight’s Creighton game against Princeton in the Sweet Sixteen
March 24 – Segment 10 – Marcus Meets the Media
New OC Marcus Satterfield meets the media in Lincoln, and gives us a better idea of what the offense will look like on Saturdays.
March 24 – Segment 9 – Steven M. Sipple – Husker Online
We get Sip’s thoughts on Speed, the films of Keanu Reeves, he clarifies his position on Casey Affleck, and then get into the week of spring practice for the Huskers.
March 24 – Segment 8 – Top 5 Keanu Reeves Movies
Josh lists the best films from action megastar Keanu Reeves, in honor of John Wick Chapter 4 hitting theaters this weekend.
March 24 – Segment 7 – John Bishop – Voice of the Jays
We talk to the play-by-play man for Creighton LIVE in Louisville. He gives us his takes on julips, how good a start the Jays need against Princeton, the amount of blue in the stands, and the matchup problems the Tigers pose for Creighton.
March 24 – Segment 6 – Thrilling Thursday in the Tournament
We recap the action in the NCAA Tournament last night. K-State’s overtime win, UConn looks like a MONSTER, FAU is one of the best teams in the country regardless of brand, and the marquee matchup out west.
March 24 – Segment 5 – Odd News w/ Odd Son
Josh updates us on Nebraska State Troopers, Oregon minor league baseball, & a Domino’s order gone wrong
March 24 – Segment 4 – Brian Christopherson – Husker 24/7
We ask BC about dogs playing QB, the big recruiting weekend in Lincoln, and what he’s seen so far from spring practice for the Huskers under Matt Rhule
March 24 – Segment 3 – Bryan Munson – Husker Online
On the biggest recruiting weekend in program history, Bryan breaks who’s here, what the chances are kids sign, and more as Dylan Raiola and his 5-star friends visit Lincoln
March 24 – Segment 2 – Don’t Touch This Tournament
Connor gets excited about the greatness of last night’s tournament games
March 24 – Segment 1 – Crossover
The guys preview the Creighton-Princeton game, Connor says we can’t handle video, bad movie accents, Gary asks what Yellowjackets is all about, infidelity on the set of The Brady Bunch, Nick watches Succession, relive the Full House opening credits, take a tour of star’s homes, Gary reads porn titles, Connor takes us through Warren Buffett’s house, and Gary praises Star Wars.
March 23 - Segment 12 - What to Watch Tonight
Connor updates the poll questions, and Josh tells you what to watch tonight. The guys also seem to agree on the winners of the four tournament games tonight.
March 23 - Segment 11 - Michael Bruntz - Husker 24/7
Michael previews the season for the Oakland A's before giving his thoughts from spring football practice in Lincoln, and a quick preview of Husker baseball this weekend.
March 23 – Segment 10 – David Lesky – Inside the Crown
Producer Josh allows Connor to geek out about his favorite baseball team one week ahead of Opening Day. How are the Royals so good in the spring? How did the World Baseball Classic go for Witt & Springer? And when will this team finally contend?
March 23 – Segment 9 – Top 5 Succession Characters
Ahead of Sunday’s Season 4 premiere on HBO, Josh ranks his favorite characters on the hit drama.
March 23 – Segment 8 – Pitfalls of Coaching Transitions
A piece in The Athletic today sheds light on the transition from Mike Riley to Scott Frost in Lincoln. How does this impact the movie from Scott Frost to Matt Rhule?
March 23 – Segment 7 – Dylan Raiola Update
Is “Family” enough of a pitch for Dylan to commit to the University of Nebraska? Some on the outside looking in may say no, but those in Lincoln know better
March 23 – Segment 6 – Odd News w/ Odd Son
Josh updates us on Johnny Manziel, a funny obituary, & Cee-Lo Green
March 23 – Segment 5 – What if Creighton Makes the Final Four?
Connor again asks how this program changes with an appearance in Houston.