The Media Microscope is back in focus and this time around we have the host of Lincoln radio station ESPN 1480's "Necessary Roughness" Nick Gregath under the lens.
If this is your first time reading this series, the goal of this feature is to evaluate Husker Nation's popular writers and personalities through the lens of the fan. Critique those that critique for a living. The rules are simple:
- I present the media personality up for your review (i.e. Joe Schmoe - Lincoln Journal Star)
- You vote in the poll at the bottom of the article
- You comment with the one thing you like most (Thumbs Up) and the one thing you dislike most (Thumbs Down) about the media personality under review (i.e. Thumbs Up - Love his honest take on the columns he writes/Thumbs Down - I wish he would stop referencing the previous coaching staff)
- After enough responses are gathered, I will summarize all positive and critical comments in a later post. If you have the same sentiment as others that's perfectly fine as the point is to find the common denominator for each media personality.
- Got it? Good.
Before you sing the praises of the popular radio host, here are a few of Gregath's most notable works:
- Necessary Roughness 3/26 (Hour 1) - Nick breaks down Randy Gregory's draft prospects.
- Beer & BBQ Show 3/31 - The latest edition of this recurring show in which Nick and company discuss beer, BBQ, bourbon, sports, pop culture, and more.
- Brian Christopherson Interview - Nick chats with the Lincoln Journal Star reporter regarding spring football practice
Have at it, Corn Nation. Let us know what you what you think of Gregath's work by voting in the poll below and by leaving a comment in the format detailed above. If you have an article or radio segment featuring Nick you think the community should review before offering their critique, feel free to share that as well.
If you prefer to remain anonymous with your feedback, feel free to email me at derek (at) nocoastbias (dot) com.
Previous Media Microscope Results:
Dirk Chatelain of the Omaha World-Herald
Damon Benning of 1620 The Zone