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KSR postgame show is going to be scorching hot

You’re going to want to tune in to the KSR postgame show, if you like scorching hot takes and angry overreactions. Hell, call in if you want to throw some flames of your own.

You can listen by tuning in to 630 WLAP or 840 WHAS or your streaming devices to hear Matt break down Kentucky’s embarrassing loss to Florida. Or you can be heard by calling 1-800-444-8484 or 502-571-8484.

Use the comments section below too.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

9 Comments for KSR postgame show is going to be scorching hot

  1. Garmaster
    11:45 pm February 4, 2017 Permalink

    As Coach Baker used to say, “No heart, no guts!”

  2. Garmaster
    11:47 pm February 4, 2017 Permalink

    Rebounding is about half “want to” and we didn’t as much “want to” as Florida tonight:

  3. Rod Crandler
    11:50 pm February 4, 2017 Permalink

    Can’t wait for Cals next podcast!

  4. wildcat502
    12:03 am February 5, 2017 Permalink

    The offense has been confused since Calipari said we need to run through Bam first. Maybe they should trash that and go back to the beginning. This will allow Bam to get offensive rebounds and putbacks, since he seems to be hustling.
    There just isnt enough hustle or team play going on right now. You could see that in the first half where we were out rebounded by 19…………………………………………..not for the game, a half.

    • Garmaster
      12:07 am February 5, 2017 Permalink

      Bam doesn’t seem to get many rebounds for a 6’10” beast

    • jaxblue
      12:11 am February 5, 2017 Permalink

      Couldn’t agree more. Bam is a great kid, but he isn’t good enough to run offense through. Especially against legit bigs like Florida has. Monk is the best offensive player in the country. Fox isn’t far behind. The offense should key off of them. If Bam wants his, he should learn how to rebound. Willis, Mulder, and Gabriel can knock down open threes when defenses double Monk or Fox. The only thing we are missing is a shot blocker. Run the zone!

  5. Garmaster
    12:11 am February 5, 2017 Permalink

    Monk has a “Hardenesque” interest in playing defense.

  6. LooseGreyGoose
    12:29 am February 5, 2017 Permalink

    Trying to sum their problems up in one “fix” isn’t doable. The team has multiple problems that hasn’t shown improvement since the beginning of the season: rebounding, paint defense, bad shot selection, positioning, help side defense, switches, etc.

    I’m not questioning C’s ability, but I am questioning whether he can figure out how to get through to this team. It’s thought to coach kids to championship mode in one season…they may not get it.

  7. UKSam
    8:06 pm February 5, 2017 Permalink

    I know this sounds crazy but would Skal helped us if he stayed? A summer of practice and some weight gain would have made him better. He could block shots (which we need) and had a good jump shot. I mean even a small improvement would be better than what we have when Bam is out.

    Marcus Lee would have been awesome to have back!!!