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Stadium Frame Final Four Print Wants Afternoon Notes and Podcast

The celebration is over but it can live on forever inside your home or office with this Final Four print from Stadium Frame. The 34×24 framed photo is matted with coins and features a shot of the Superdome court just after the final buzzer sounded to end Kentucky’s magical 2011-12 season. Go to to purchase the print you see here, or pick out another print or variation of this one from Stadium Frame.


Good afternoon, KSR readers. Have you come down from last night’s win yet? Me neither. Yes, I understand it was just Vanderbilt, but hey, things have been pretty depressing around here lately. Don’t let anyone steal your joy. Some notes from the day:

— Even though Kentucky took care of business against Vandy, their tournament resume took a hit. Ole Miss, so far Kentucky’s best win this season, lost to South Carolina last night, which seriously damages their own chances of making the tournament. It’s the fifth loss in seven games for the Rebels (Black Bears?), who started the SEC season off 6-0. Also not good for the Cats: Baylor’s loss to Iowa State. Baylor’s loss moves them to the bubble with Kentucky, whom they beat in December and ultimately have the trump card over.

What will help the Cats’ resume the most? A win over Missouri, which is much easier said than done. Phil Pressey and Jabari Brown will present a much bigger challenge for Kentucky’s guard play, which looked better last night but lacks consistency. Hopefully a rowdy GameDay crowd will help the Cats keep the momentum rolling.

— Don’t think for a second that Missouri will overlook the Cats. Frank Haith said the Tigers expect to get Kentucky’s “very best” on Saturday and that his team also needs a big win for their resume.

— In other news, future Cat James Young injured his left calf muscle during a game Tuesday night and will be out for two weeks. Heal up soon, young man.

— If anyone believed that UofL AD Tom Jurich wasn’t trying to block the NBA’s efforts to come to Louisville, then this quote’s for them. Jurich closed his remarks about the expansion of UofL’s soccer stadium with this quip: “The NBA is welcome to come play in it.” Meanwhile, the Yum Center spirals more and more into debt…

— Elsewhere on UofL’s campus, Clint Hurtt is getting ready to fight the NCAA’s allegations that he committed recruiting violations at the University of Miami. Tom Jurich said that while at Louisville, Hurtt hasn’t done anything wrong and the administration will wait until the 90-day period Hurtt has to respond to the NCAA expires before making any decisions about his future at UofL.

— Will we hear more than one Air Raid siren next fall? is reporting that Hal Mumme will be running a BCS offense “soon enough.” Break out the Oakleys!

— wants to know who the most passionate fan base is amongst Kentucky, UNC, Syracuse, Wichita State, Gonzaga, Michigan State, Pitt, Illinois, Memphis, NC State, Kansas, Louisville, Duke, Indiana, Cincinnat and Creighton. Go show them.

On today’s show, Matt and Ryan recapped the Cats’ big win over Vandy, looked forward to GameDay and Missouri, and tried to figure out what exactly Ernie was doing when he called into last night’s postgame show. Judge for yourself at

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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11 Comments for Stadium Frame Final Four Print Wants Afternoon Notes and Podcast

  1. Roland
    4:06 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    UL’s AD saying to Hurtt: “We feel your pain”?
    Oinment sells will soar in the athletic department there.

  2. Wall2Cousins
    4:11 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    Gotta love Patrick Patterson….will wear #9 jersey for the Kings…..hmmmmm….

  3. Roland
    4:21 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    That “most passionate team…” link has to be move of desperation
    for some clicks.

    That question has been answered TOO many times.

  4. El Pollo Loco
    4:31 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    Why does the CBS poll say for Syracuse that they annually lead in attendance when their own article says 16 of 17 yrs UK leads in attendance per game?—-again

  5. SexnNursinHomes
    4:45 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    Like it’s news who’s the most passionate. Fools. BBN and it’s not even close. Internet polls are like outhouses, everyone knows they are full of shit and can’t be trusted.

  6. Juan4UK
    4:46 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    We can weight the contest easy. Vote for the surest low 7 turnout, and vote UK (of coarse) every time.

  7. Travis
    4:47 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    After listening to Ernie’s call on the BG last night and again on the radio show this morning, I think Ernie told his special lady friend that he wanted to get head, talk to her in Spanish and listen to KSR. Only KSR…

  8. UKani
    5:18 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    I think Hal Mumme should be running a BCS offense. He’s the father of one of the most explosive offenses in football. The problem with him is that he was never a Head Coach at heart. He was always an Offensive Coordinator at heart. Back in 95 or 96 if CM Newton hired a head coach and urged him to hire Hal Mumme as his OC and bring in Mike Leach as the WR Coach then I think the history of UK Football from that point would have went a lot different than it did.

  9. Wildcatsteeler
    5:26 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    Saturdays game will be the defining game of this team. Home, College Game Day, Tourney appearance riding on it. If the players can’t get up for this and give every ounce they have then nothing can motivate them.

  10. SC
    6:11 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    The Stadium Frame Final Four Print is kind of demanding. Always wanting afternoon notes and podcasts. Sheesh.

  11. Catlanta31
    9:48 pm February 21, 2013 Permalink

    Stadium print needs to demand the dance team get some Slim Fast