We’re going to have to put Jon Rothstein on the payroll if he continues to churn out exclusive content at the rate he has over the past 24 hours.
The Kentucky Sports Radio crew enjoyed its first trip to Northern Kentucky for Tuesday morning’s show, live from Dickmann’s. As you can see, Dickmann’s has a staff that is second to none.
The basketball program at Cordia High School is in a world of trouble with the KHSAA and has been suspended from play in the 2014-15 season, on top of having to forfeit every game from last year’s 23-win season.
By now you’ve heard about the passing of Wallace “Wah Wah” Jones, the most accomplished athlete in the history of athletics at the University of Kentucky. Earlier today, UK athletic director Mitch Barnhart issued a statement, saying, “The word ‘legend’ is used frequently in our society but it is truly fitting when considering Wah Wah Jones.
It’s a new week-ish (the week starts on Tuesday, right?). Well, for those of you who are on the second day of your week, Morning Monologue is here to get you through the Turrible Tuesdays (copyright Charles Barkley, 2004).
The SEC hasn’t always gotten the best reputation over the year for taking chances during non-conference play. This used to be the case 10-15 years ago while other conferences would take on more ambitious scheduling.
KSR listeners were lined up early outside of Dickmann’s in Northern Kentucky for this morning’s tour stop, the only stop where we do not have a radio affiliate. (Hopefully that will soon change.
There is a point in every reality competition, more specifically cooking ones, where you look at the contestants on the very first day and say, “There’s no way I’m going to l like any of these people by the end of the competition.