After a week off, Bangs and Dags is back to deliver all the interesting news and commentary you’ve come to expect from our show. Kevin continues along with Nebrasketball coverage as the off-season enters its 1,000,000th week... okay, maybe it’s only been four weeks and a day since the season officially ended for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. It might as well be week one million.
First up today is confirming the scheduling news mentioned in our last episode about the upcoming non-conference series with former Big 8/12 foe, the Kansas State Wildcats. After that Kevin takes a look at the transfer news from around the Big Ten, and focus on the most recent Nebraska commit. Kevin did miss the news that broke while recording that Maryland Terrapins Jalen Smith is forgoing his remaining eligibility to enter the NBA draft.
Finally, we take a look at where exactly Nebraska sits in relation to its peers. For this segment, we not only look at the Big Ten, but also the original Big 8 member schools as well. This segment is a bit numbers heavy, so to help you out, this is the content we cover here:
Also, be sure to vote (and no cheating by googling the answer first please as this is meant to be fun) on who you think won the first ever NCAA tournament title in 1939:
Who won the first NCAA tournament in 1939?
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That’s a wrap for this week’s episode. Be sure to download and subscribe to our podcast on whatever platform you prefer, and you’ll also get all of the other great, but not quite as great, Corn Nation Radio podcasts as well. Finally, please follow us on twitter for all the latest Nebrasketball and Husker action.
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