Big Red Wrap-Up To Broadcast From The Railyard Sept. 12

News Release Date: 
September 5, 2017

For Immediate Release
‘Big Red Wrap-Up’ Live From The Railyard

LINCOLN, Neb. (Sept. 5, 2017) – The popular NET television series “Big Red Wrap-Up” will broadcast live at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 12, from The Railyard, 350 Canopy St. in Lincoln. The public is invited to be part of the live audience during this special episode. No registration is necessary for this free event, although those attending are encouraged to bring a chair.

Panelists Kevin Kugler, Blake Lawrence and Sean Callahan, with special guest and former Husker Jay Moore, will be on hand to break down the action from the Sept. 9 Nebraska vs. Oregon game. “Big Red Wrap-Up” will also be streamed live on The Cube mega screen in The Railyard, online at and on the NET Nebraska App. 

Those unable to be part of the live audience can also watch the football program at 7 p.m. on NET World and again at 10:30 p.m. on NET, Tuesday, Sept. 12.

Each week, “Big Red Wrap-Up” offers an overview of the previous game, including video highlights, as well as a look ahead to the next contest. Viewers can submit questions to the series hosts and their guests by calling 800-676-5446 on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. or emailing, as well as through Facebook and Twitter.

“The Prediction,” an exclusive feature of the NET Sports website, returns with Kugler, Lawrence and the rotating hosts giving their thoughts and predictions about the next Husker game. Find “The Prediction” at

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