Be Kind Husker Rewind
Summary: Josh Peterson and Jack Mitchell find videos old Husker games on the internet, chat about their memories of them, and more, while reacting like they're watching in real time.
With football season fast approaching, the guys decide to get modern and look at the near-miss last year in Columbus, including the odd feel around this game, what went right, what went wrong, and maybe a little taste of what this coming season will feel like.
We all remember how it ended, and the pain, but do you remember how we got there? Do you really remember the Callahan era at all? Josh and Jack take in this game, the comeback, the fumble and the aftermath, and find plenty of surprises along the way. Follow along with youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHm3mT7Iz3Y
Jack and Josh look back on what may be the last 'true big game' played at Memorial Stadium in a top 5 battle that's mostly remembered for one play, but the guys watch the game and end up with takeaways, particularly about how this game was coached, that they didn't expect. I you want to follow along and watch in sync with us, here's the youtube link: https://t.co/5LFuf9DDTw
Jack and Josh go back to one of the biggest (the biggest?) Husker victories in the last decade and a record-setting day for Roy Helu. Here's the Youtube link that syncs with our commentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRhB0TIrgj0
Jack and Josh take a look back at the YoutTubed history of Huskers' first National Title of the 90s in the Orange Bowl against Warren Sapp, Ray Lewis and the Miami Hurricanes. The guys watch, react in real time, and re-discover several of the moments in this Husker Classic. Sync up with the video and enjoy!: YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mb6fWXmGQ48
Josh and Jack describe the story behind the concept of the podcast, how you can make it a companion to your Husker Youtube wormholes, and ask for your feedback on the game you'd like to see featured.