On Monday's episode, Adam Carriker shares his thoughts on the alternate uniforms Nebraska will wear during the 2019 season.
Adam Carriker is a Husker Hall of Famer and NFL veteran. The former Blackshirt and Hastings native was NU's 2004 lifter of the year and in 2005 was NU's defensive MVP and a first-team All-Big 12 pick. He was a first-round pick in the 2007 NFL draft.
On Monday's episode, Adam Carriker looks back at Nebraska football's 2018 season and discusses why physicality on both sides of the ball is a needed improvement for the upcoming year.
On Monday's episode, Adam Carriker discusses how Nebraska matches up with their Big Ten West foes and whether or not the Huskers have a realistic shot at winning their division.
On Monday's episode, Adam Carriker discusses the Nebraska football team's ongoing disciplinary issues, and whether or not it's time for Scott Frost to bring back the Unity Council.
On Monday's episode, Adam Carriker shares his biggest takeaways from coaching at Nebraska's Friday Night Lights football camp, where high school players get the chance to work out in Memorial Stadium and learn from Husker coaches.
On Monday's episode, Adam Carriker gives his reaction to the latest news on Maurice Washington being cited with drug paraphernalia, and what that means for Washington and the Huskers next season.
On Monday's show, Adam Carriker gives a shoutout to the Huskers' outside linebackers coach, Jovan Dewitt, who has announced that he is cancer-free after being diagnosed in January.
On Friday's episode, Adam Carriker talks to Nebraska pitcher Nate Fisher about the Huskers' NCAA tournament bid, coach Darin Erstad's baseball and football skills and much more.
On Wednesday's episode, Adam Carriker discusses the Huskers' 2019 football schedule, how it compares to last year's, and why it's being ranked among the toughest in the Big Ten.
On Friday's episode, Adam Carriker discusses the pros and cons of Nebraska adding alcohol to the game day experience in Memorial Stadium and gives his take.