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The Live Blog Isn’t So Peachy

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Like most things KSR does, Drew, Tomlin, and Matt are once again experiencing technical difficulties in Augusta, Gerogia and will not be able to Live Blog tonight’s highlight game. You may not be able to catch all of the humor from here, but keep a close eye on Twitter as the guys will keep you updated on how the #1 player in 2015, Malik Newman, fairs against 2014’s Jahlil Okafor and Cliff Alexander.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

12 Comments for The Live Blog Isn’t So Peachy

  1. Yahtzee
    9:08 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink


    9:11 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    Long live George Zimmerman! Shut up Al!

  3. Black Irish
    9:19 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    2. You are waste

  4. Hoosiers#1
    9:23 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    lol the three stooges don’t know how to connect to wifi. what a shock. idiots.

  5. CloseEyesOnTwitter
    9:39 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    No live blog, and no twitter updates. Yep, the guys are doing an awesome job at tweeting us updates. 1 tweet to say what coaches were present before tip off and nothing since.

  6. Nick Roush
    9:41 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    Well, there is a lack of Wi-Fi ability in the gym. Those concrete walls do a damn good job of keeping internet/cell phone signal out of the arena.

  7. Linda Taylor
    9:44 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    4 – I understand, you being a Hoosier fan and delusional (evidenced by your name), it is beyond your intellectual capability to understand that the limitations in all likelihood have more to do with the facility they are in than anything else. Since Drew and Tomlin have both sent a number of blog entries from the Peach Jam it is obvious they know how to connect to wifi. The problem is probably that they cannot see the game from the press area and were not able to set up anywhere else.

  8. WhatsWiFi?
    9:52 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    I bet the guys headed to Hooters early.

  9. BBN
    9:57 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    Just saw this quote from Trey Lyles:

    “Kentucky gets players to the league faster, but Louisville might develop
    them just a little bit better,” Lyles tells Jeff Borzello of
    CBS Sports.

    He went on to basically say uk gets players that are already nba ready when they get on campus.

  10. YSR2KSR
    10:01 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    cant beleive hooters doesnt have wifi. b sure to ask to let the manager there know rupp naming rights r up for grabs. hooters rupp arena would b the BOMB!!! wings and hooters girls at every window. what could b wrong with that?!?

  11. TampaCat
    10:23 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    IBM has to get the naming rights to Rupp! Big Blue for Big Blue!

  12. Linda Taylor
    10:39 pm July 11, 2013 Permalink

    9 – Of course when you have players for 4 years you absolutely should take them farther in their development than if you only have them one year. That’s a ridiculous statement by a player. Compare apples to apples. How far does Rick Pitino take his players in one year (if he doesn’t break them down or get rid of them)? I wouldn’t let my kid anywhere near Pitino for myriad reasons.