Countdown to Kickoff interview – Ohio State Saturday, November 5, 2016
Discussion of the hiring of IANR Vice Chancellor Mike Boehm, the similarities between OSU/NU, the university's effect on Nebraska's economy, and and the university's 10-year strategic plan.
Volleyball pregame interview – Penn State Friday, November 4, 2016
Discussion of data analytics in academic programs and a new Ph.D. in complex biosystems (biology/life sciences).
Countdown to Kickoff interview – Wisconsin Saturday, October 29, 2016
Discussion of fall athletics success, strong academics in athletics program, similarities between Lincoln/Madison, Nebraska/Wisconsin, Fall research fair, and UNMC NIH grant.
Volleyball pregame interview – MinnesotaSunday, October 23, 2016
Discussion of student success and Nebraska College Preparatory Academy, extending the program to new schools in Nebraska.
Countdown to Kickoff interview – Purdue Saturday, October 22, 2016
Discussion of Nebraska Food For Health Center, and probiotics and digestive system research (Bob Hutkins and team).
Countdown to Kickoff interview – Indiana Saturday, October 15, 2016
Discussion of national speakers at Nebraska, Nebraska Law being named #1 Best Value Law School by National Jurist magazine, and Judy Walker women in math project.
Countdown to Kickoff interview – Illinois Saturday, October 1, 2016
Discussion of Homecoming week, distinguished alumni, campus career fairs, job placement, and 3 Nebraska 8th graders with perfect ACT scores.
Countdown to Kickoff interview – Northwestern Saturday, September 24, 2016
Discussion of the State of the University highlights, including largest freshman class, enrollment numbers, and emphasis on 4 year degrees.
Countdown to Kickoff interview – Oregon Saturday, September 17, 2016
Discussion of Husker Harvest Days, US News and World Report rankings, the Nebraska Food for Health Center, the Yuetter Institute Symposium, and Prem Paul halftime tribute.
Men's basketball vs. Iowa
Ronnie Green and guest and former Nebraska basketball player Jake Muhleisen talk about his success as a student-athlete and how his experience at Nebraska helped put him in a position to succeed now as a vice president with Union Bank.