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Episodes

Funkhouser Presents Comics, Culture and Wildcats: Episode 3  

Who runs the world? Beyonce says it's girls, and I tend to believe her. There is a major boom in the pop culture industry of females taking the lead. From being the lead in major movies like Rogue One, HRC coming very close to being our first female president, to the sports media and the great Doris Burke. We thought it'd be great to see more into the thoughts and insights that our own KSR writer Tyler Thompson has. This week on the CCW we discuss: - How Tyler got her start into writing - Who are some of the women she looks up too - How she had to convert her husband to becoming a UK fan - What she thinks about this years team You can easily listen on the KSR App, available on iTunes and Google Play.  You can also get it directly to your phone by subscribing to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, streaming on Podbay, or via Android's Podcast Addict app.

Funkhouser’s Comics, Culture and Wildcats: Avengers  

Avengers Assemble!!! This week on the CCW we discuss the Marvel Comic movies. The mid 90's brought us the start of more super hero movies, however they really didn't take off (pun intended), until Robert Downey Jr. put on his first Iron Man suit and launched a new era of entertainment. This weeks debaters are Brad Morris and Matt Tapia. The issues discussed are: The best movies overall  The best individual hero movies What are the worst that have done? Has D.C. failed in its attempt to catch up to Marvel  Howard the Duck's cameo in a recent Marvel movie You can easily listen on the KSR App, available on iTunes and Google Play.  You can also get it directly to your phone by subscribing to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, streaming on Podbay, or via Android's Podcast Addict app.

The Depth Chart Podcast: TaxSlayer Recap  

After a week of bowling in Jacksonville, The Depth Chart Podcast returns to discuss everything that happened in the 2016 TaxSlayer Bowl.  From the packed pep rally, to Top Golf and the triple option, we've got you covered.  A few highlights: --  The one player that led to Kentucky's demise. --  How fourth down changed the game. --  Freddie's football reunion with former players. --  How basketball helped Josh Allen against the triple option. --  We look ahead to who returns for 2017 and the upcoming recruiting class.  There are many to be excited about, but Freddie dishes out a Randall Cobb comparison to one name you probably forgot. --  The Depth Chart Podcast will be LIVE at Jack Kain Ford February 3 at noon to recap National Signing Day and draw a winner for the 60-inch TV.  Make sure you're following @KainFordInc. You can easily listen on the KSR App, available on iTunes and Google Play.  You can also get it directly to your phone by subscribing to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, streaming on Podbay, or via Android's Podcast Addict app.

The LIVE KSR Football Podcast TaxSlayer Bowl Preview Extravaganza  

One week away from the TaxSlayer Bowl, the KSR Football Podcast is here to preview the matchup with Georgia Tech in our first ever LIVE remote from the Original Brooklyn Pizza in Lexington. Three hours before the show, Freddie Tweeted, "What could go wrong?"  That meant something would inevitably go wrong: I locked my keys in my car 45 minutes before show time.  With the delay brought a few technical difficulties and for that, I apologize.  Regardless, you should enjoy the shenanigans while we attempt to eat a 40-inch pizza during the 90 minute podcast.  A few highlights from the show: --  A biology lesson from Freddie, analogizing the triple option to an amoeba. --  Drew loses in Keno. --  Things to do while in Jacksonville. --  Why UK must pass the ball well to beat Georgia Tech. --  A big thank you to all who joined us; hopefully it's the first of many. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

Funkhouser Presents Comics, Culture & Wildcats: Batman  

Need a break from loss to the dirty cards? Want to get back to some childhood memories? Then look no further. Funkhouser brings you the first episode of the CCW (Comics, Culture, and Wildcats). This week we discuss and debate anything and everything that has to do with the Dark Knight of Gotham, Batman. The full crew of Brad Morris, Josh Juckett, Matt Mahone, and C.M. Tomlin banter back and forth with a list of questions: -Who is the best Batman in a movie -Who had the coolest suit, cave, Batmobile -Is sliding down a hidden firemens pole the coolest thing ever? Producer's Note: I know you probably don't enjoy listening to a recorded phone call, especially with the pop from tonight's episode; our apologies. That's all changing for the Funkhouser podcast next week.  Please, stay tuned.   To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The Depth Chart Podcast: TaxSlayer Bowl Edition  

It's the most wonderful time of the year, and no we're not talking about Christmas (well, maybe a little).  Freddie and the crew do a few offseason updates before diving deep into the numbers in UK's matchup with Georgia Tech.  Highlights, brought to you by Jack Kain Ford: -- Going to church on Christmas. -- Smart or nah?  Fournette and McCaffrey's decision to skip the bowl game. -- How an underclassman tests the NFL Draft waters. --  Freddie doesn't often get excited about recruits, but Freddie is excited about recruits. --  What Mark Stoops is doing for former players at the TaxSlayer Bowl. --  "It makes me wanna go out and kiss Bear." --  The contest by Jack Kain Ford that will give all the fans in Jacksonville the chance to win a 65-inch TV. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The OTT Podcast, Episode 15: Vegas, Baby!  

On this week's episode of The OTT Podcast, I bring in my husband, Matt, and frequent OTT guest Fake Barney to discuss the Kentucky basketball road trip of the year: vs. North Carolina in Las Vegas. Highlights include... --- Best Vegas memories (that we can tell) --- Favorite/least favorite things about Vegas --- My passionate defense of the slots --- Is going to Old Vegas/Fremont Street worth it? --- Clubbing or nah? --- Our thoughts on the actual game between the Cats and Tar Heels, and how awkward the trip might get if Kentucky loses (Fake Barney's wife is a UNC fan) ...and much, much more. Be sure to check out The OTT's sponsor, BluegrassMonkey.com, to see their selection of high end women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories at an affordable cost. Visit them online at BluegrassMonkey.com and use the promo code "OTT10" for 10% off. To listen, just subscribe to "Kentucky Sports Radio" on iTunes or stream on Podbay.

Funkhouser Presents The Kentucky Deadcast: Midseason Finale  

Did that just happen? Did we have another great episode to discuss? Thankfully we do. "Hearts Still Beating" is definitely the second best episode this season. We couldn't possibly write down everything that is discussed this week, however here is just a sample of the menu: - Negan and his new crown as best bad guy on TV. - Spencer and his horrible plan. - Rick and Aaron go out fishing for walkers. - What's going to happen in the second half of the season. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The Depth Chart Podcast: 2016 Regular Season Review  

The Depth Chart Podcast returns with a new sponsor, Jack Kain Ford, and a special guest, Kyle Tucker from SEC Country.  Before discussing how Kentucky matches up with Georgia Tech's triple option, Freddie vents about the All-SEC awards and much more, including: -- How Kyle got his start in journalism as the Fazoli's breadstick guy. -- Jonathan Allen's remarks about UK's offensive line. -- The secret 7-on-7 scrimmage between UK and EKU before Stoops' first season. -- How Stoops has matured as a head coach. -- Why Saban is better than Bear Bryant and do Saban and Calipari comparisons hold up? To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

Funkhouser Presents the Kentucky Deadcast: Episode 7  

Sing. Sing out loud. Sing out strong. Sing for joy for the latest episode of TWD! We are rewarded for our patience of the past few weeks dreariness that we all had to endure. "Sing Me A Song" was a strong episode that featured a full range of emotions. Fear, horror, and humor all wrapped into one. This week Josh and I discuss: - The weird dynamic between Negan and Carl - Carl's less than stellar decision making - Hey look! Other characters! - The most despicable move Negan has made yet To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The OTT Podcast Episode 14: Jacob Tamme & The Wooks  

The OTT Podcast is back and talking football with former Cat and current Atlanta Falcons tight end Jacob Tamme. Jacob joins the podcast to give his take on Kentucky's huge win over Louisville, an update on his shoulder injury, and all the Danville/Boyle County chatter you could dream of. The Wooks, a bluegrass band from Lexington, also comes on the podcast to describe what it was like to sing the national anthem before the Austin Peay game. Highlights include... --- Tamme's thoughts on the Louisville game and how it was similar to his team's win over the Cards in 2007 --- Why he hasn't been in one of Peyton Manning's commercials yet --- His rankings of the best #18's in Kentucky football history --- The "Are you a real Danvillian" quiz --- How The Wooks got started --- Singing the national anthem at Commonwealth Stadium. Next up, Rupp? ...and much, much more. Be sure to check out The OTT's sponsor, BluegrassMonkey.com, to see their selection of high end women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories at an affordable cost. Visit them online at BluegrassMonkey.com and use the promo code "OTT10" for 10% off. To listen, just subscribe to "Kentucky Sports Radio" on iTunes or stream on Podbay. And then send Jacob Tamme (@JacobTamme) and The Wooks (@WookOutAmerica) a note on Twitter to thank them for coming on.

The Kentucky Deadcast: Episode 6  

Producer's Note: Due to the Thanksgiving holiday travel, last week's episode did not get posted. You have my sincerest apologies.  Happy After Thanksgiving Week! If you're like us you ate way to much and settled down for a nice football coma. Unfortunately for The Walking Dead, "Swear" seemed to have the same effect. Trying to catch up with every single character this season has proven difficult, but we march on. This week Josh is out of pocket, so I'm joined by Matt Tapia, otherwise known as Mr. Tyler Thompson. We discuss a variety of subjects, including: --  Tara and her dealings with the Oceanside group --  Just how far away is the ocean from Alexandria --  The difficulties of having an actor make it big and trying to get him back on the show --  Matt is quizzed on Zombie Apocalypse Survivalist guides To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The Depth Chart Podcast: A Governor’s Cup Win  

The football podcast was a fun celebration.  There's plenty of celebrating in this podcast, but it gets better.  Freddie tells you exactly how Kentucky dominated the Cards at the line of scrimmage to walk away with a victory.  Highlights: --  The importance of confidence in the offense, starting with Stephen Johnson. --  The best examples of player development under Mark Stoops. --  How Stoops' blue collar mentality debunked the national media's perception. --  Regular Season Superlatives are awarded. --  If the numbers and Freddie's analysis don't tell you how badly Kentucky beat UofL upfront, look at these pictures from Benny Snell's touchdown run: To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The KSR Football Podcast Celebrates a Governor’s Cup Victory  

Kentucky 41, Louisville 38. Some are still shocked, but the Cats did it.  They beat No. 11 Louisville with a Heisman frontrunner on their home field. In this special edition of the KSR Football Podcast, we walk you through the emotions of UK's upset victory in the Governor's Cup, with the help of the UK Sports Network.  Highlights include: --  What Freddie and Jared saw from Stephen Johnson on the first play. --  Drew asks two questions. --  The Ten Best Things I saw at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium --  Jared goes in on James Quick. --  A celebration that included, "I want to test your tears." --  That time Keith Bogans crossed over Jared. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The Depth Chart Podcast: Louisville  

  After becoming bowl eligible with a win on Senior Day over Austin Peay, Freddie discusses what lies ahead for Kentucky in the postseason, and this weekend's Governor's Cup matchup with Louisville and future Heisman Trophy Winner Lamar Jackson.  Highlights: --  Freddie’s first recruiting letter came from a coach you would not expect. --  Why it's ridiculous to think Charlie Strong would become UK's defensive coordinator. --  What factor has made South Carolina more attractive to bowl suitors than Kentucky. --  UK will go to either Birmingham or Memphis, depending on what happens this weekend. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The KSR Football Podcast is Thankful for Rivalry Week  

Ahead of the season finale Governor's Cup matchup against Louisville, the KSR Football Podcast made some magic.  As a Thanksgiving treat, we figured out what college football team represents each Thanksgiving dish.  I won't give up too much, but cranberry sauce is the Austin Peay of Thanksgiving dishes.  We talked about Kentucky football too, including: --  Stephen Johnson's best pass, the post route. --  Freddie Maggard's relationship with Old Spice --  The most emotional part of Senior Day. --  How Kentucky can beat Louisville. --  Drew Franklin provides an update from Madisonville. --  Hominy is the worst. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The KSR Football Podcast is Ready to Go Bowling  

Even though Jared wants to remind everyone that Kentucky still isn't bowl eligible, Mr. Negativity is starting to turn a corner.  Optimism is everywhere before a fun Senior Day in Commonwealth Stadium. Highlights from this week's show: --  How bad is Austin Peay? --  The only thing Freddie Maggard can do that Lamar Jackson can't. --  Freddie's new favorite player after Jon Toth's departure. --  Over/Unders for Saturday's game. --  Freddie predicts a return touchdown. --  Drew Franklin provides a LIVE report from the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company in New York City. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The Depth Chart Podcast: Senior Day  

Normally Freddie uses this time to prepare you for the next opponent, but this week there isn't a whole lot to prepare for when 0-10 Austin Peay travels to Lexington.  Instead, Freddie is joined by former teammates Jay Dortch and Andy Murray to discuss Senior Day, what lies ahead for this football program and much more, including: --  Senior Day stories from the past and what the players will be going through Saturday. --  Who will value the additional reps most. --  How freshmen used to be initiated onto the football team. --  "He cleaned 500 pounds, smiled and then went to bake cookies.” – a quote about Steelers Hall of Fame center Dermontti Dawson. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

Funkhouser Present The Kentucky Deadcast: Episode 4  

Little pig, little pig, let me in. This week's episode of The Walking Dead, "Service" brings us the early arrival of Negan and the Saviors to our group's home at Alexandria. Brad and Josh discuss all the happenings that occur with the bad guys rolling through town. This week's podcast includes: -- The mind games of Negan on Rick. -- Dwight being a prick to Rosita. -- A shout out to Shotgun Shane. -- Who is Judith's baby daddy? -- Brad drops his first story of what happens when you mix the firehouse and Lord of the Rings To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

The Depth Chart Podcast: Tennessee  

  The Depth Chart Podcast returns with more in-depth football analysis from Freddie Maggard.  After looking back to Georgia, Freddie and the crew preview the Saturday's matchup as Kentucky tries to beat Tennessee at Neyland Stadium for the first time since 1984.  Highlights include: --  A thank you to all veterans. --  Where Kentucky went wrong against Georgia. --  Butch Jones calls out Mark Stoops for failing to finish in a KSR Skull Session. --  Comparing Kentucky's stats from the first three games to the rest. To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes, stream on Podbay, or listen on the Podcast Addict app for Android.

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