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KSTV Debates Cats and Cards

Matt Jones and Tony Vanetti sat down – or stood up actually – for KSTV’s first-ever Battle For The Governor’s Cup Debate. The episode aired last night and here’s some of what you might have missed.

Article written by Thomas Beisner

10 Comments for KSTV Debates Cats and Cards



  1. Karen Sypher
    11:42 am September 16, 2011 Permalink

    “Which coach lasts longer” Thats what I want to know!



  2. Steven
    11:51 am September 16, 2011 Permalink

    Easy on the foundation make-up Matt! Your jawbone has a tan line.



  3. Bulldawg
    12:05 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    That was awesome. I could watch people fight about UK and U of L all day! Great job guys!



  4. UKGoBigBlue
    2:51 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    Vanetti might be a nice guy, but he is as delusional as ever. Vanetti obviously didn’t go to business school & apparently doesn’t know how to count. Tony should ask for his money back from Trinity. Why would UK stay in the SEC? Maybe because the SEC has an $825 Billion deal with CBS & a $2.25 Billion deal with ESPN that pays out over $230 Million Dollars a year to the SEC schools. The ESPN deal pays out about $17 Million dollars per school per year.

    Big East ABC/ESPN Basketball & Football Contract: $200 Million

    UL fans except your reality.



  5. SeoulCat
    4:17 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    Zanetti took Matt to school in the second clip on the question of playing in the SEC and the loser mentality. I agree with Zanetti 100%. In order to win, you have to believe that you can win it all and try to find a way to do so. Ole Jonesy couldn’t respond to a very legitimate question and point by the one member of the panel who never went to law school.



  6. SeoulCat
    4:18 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    Vanetti took Matt to school in the second clip on the question of playing in the SEC and the loser mentality. I agree with Zanetti 100%. In order to win, you have to believe that you can win it all and try to find a way to do so. Ole Jonesy couldn’t respond to a very legitimate question and point by the one member of the panel who never went to law school.



  7. SeoulCat
    4:19 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    *Zanetti



  8. SeoulCat
    4:19 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    *Vanetti



  9. Mr Obvious
    6:04 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    Vanetti is an idiot. The line about Louisville football fans being better than Kentucky football fans is stupid.

    UofL fans show up (sometimes) when they are winning. When they are losing, they stay away in droves and Kroger has to give tickets away. There is not a more fairweather fanbase in America than Louisville football fans.

    Plus, mix in the flat billed caps, linebeards, backwards “L”, “greatest college town in America”, and on and on….they are HORRIBLE.



  10. jwheats
    7:25 pm September 16, 2011 Permalink

    never would i trade Coach Phillips for Charlie Strong