There’s a lot to discuss after last week’s Spring Game. How did the quarterbacks perform? How about the running backs? How much combined muscle mass did Zach Duval put on Devine Ozigbo and Mikale Wilbon? How electrifying was Greg Bell?
Who stood out on the defense? What are some of Hoss’ guilty pleasure songs, and why does Greg have a special place in one of his five hearts for musicals of all varieties? What sweep option play had Hoss completely baffled to the point that he sought wisdom from the Twittersphere?
I thought this was just Power Read when I was in the stadium yesterday. Martinez is reading the EMOL for the give/keep and we’re looking to trap the 4i. I’ve never seen this before in CFB. Good way to threaten the edge & control the midline. pic.twitter.com/0wjtzWHXZy— Ryan Reuter (@HossReuter) April 22, 2018
Over all, how did the Huskers look on Saturday? How did Scott Frost handle himself and his team in his first Spring Game in Lincoln since the Spring of 1997?
Since there has been talk of changing the song for the Tunnel Walk, the guys offer their suggestions and show how old they really are.
And for the life of me, I don’t remember how I made a Homestar Runner reference, but I did. And in case you wanted to be cheaply entertained, please watch this video.
So that’s the show. Hope you enjoyed it. We had a blast recording it. And we do it for you. So keep that in mind when you head to the comments section.
Hoss noticed that Coach Frost may be a chewing tobacco fan, and hopes it’s Copenhagen.
For those of you who partake of smokeless tobacco, which brand do you prefer?
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