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What’s On Their iPods? – Arkansas Gameweek Edition

Joker Phillips, Jay-Z – “On to the Next One”

Today, we found out the football team’s new motto is, “Next One Up.” No, seriously. Someone clearly was not thinking when they proposed this, or they successfully trolled the hell out of Joker Phillips.

Bobby Petrino, Billy Ray Cyrus – “Could’ve Been Me”


Matt Jones, Ludacris – “Number One Spot”

After receiving today’s radio ratings new, the Austin Power melody kicked in, and then: “Gets meaner and meaner each time, baby. Feelin’ real good, too. I’m never going nowhere so don’t try me.” – MJ

Tyler Wilson (Ark QB), Crash Test Dummies – “Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm”

Could’ve gone with Radiohead’s “Airbag” or Kanye’s “Through the Wire” here, but when you get a chance to play this Crash Test Dummies track, you do not pass up on it. Wilson was involved in a car crash today. Luckily, he was not injured.

Felix Baumgartner, Bob Dylan – “Blowin’ in the Wind”

Sadly, wind postponed this morning’s Red Bull Stratos jump for Felix.

Ronnie Wingo Jr. (Ark RB), The Rolling Stones – “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”

Ronnie has a name that makes him seem like a missing member of the Stones, and he pretty fast to boot. The jury is still out on whether he is a ‘first class gas’, however.

John Calipari, Queen – “We are the Champions” 

This past week, Coach Cal prepared for defending the national title by getting a commitment from the Harrison twins and gearing up for Big Blue Madness. All the while, this song played in the back of his mind.

Andrew and Aaron Harrison – Henry Ogirri – “Drive for 9”

Yep. Cold-blooded blue.

Andrew Wiggins, Canned Heat – “Going Up the Country”

Wiggins nixed all possible Big Blue Madness plans by announcing that he’ll be going back up to Canada to visit his family. Can’t blame the kid. He doesn’t need BBM to convince him that UK is the place to be.

Patrick Towles (UK QB), John Fogerty – “Centerfield” 

Towles was screaming “put me in coach” all year long, and he showed flashed of greatness in his first action. However, it was sadly short-lived as his ankle injury has sidelined him for the Arkansas game. We know once Pat is back up to speed, he’ll be begging to be put into the game. So long as he doesn’t throw the redshirt back on.


Article written by Chris Thomas

12 Comments for What’s On Their iPods? – Arkansas Gameweek Edition

  1. Rick
    9:23 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    “Who Gives A Damn” – Me

  2. teelow
    9:28 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    good job good effort

  3. Dude
    9:42 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    You can’t be serious with these posts?

  4. c thomas
    9:43 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    at least i didnt promote one of the louisville indie bands i “manage” in this post like last time

  5. BBN
    9:52 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    Hey joker… YOU’RE FIRED!

  6. Jordan
    10:03 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    I hope Poythress, Noel et. al. have something to say about the Harrison twins’ song choice.

  7. Sad Sack
    10:13 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    With the better ratings, KSR should get more advertising dollars and thus be able to hire better writers.
    What’s sadder: this drivel, or the fact I have nothing better to do than read it?

  8. wow
    10:22 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    @7 lol

  9. BPsycho
    10:31 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    Morgan Newton, Alanis Morissette – “You Oughta Know”

  10. shields eyes
    10:42 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    Who will stop the downcline?

  11. JRupp
    11:22 pm October 9, 2012 Permalink

    This Post (KSR), Billy Gillispie – “Pile of Slop”

  12. JoeBob
    10:37 am October 10, 2012 Permalink

    Awful. Is this what KSR has come to?