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Listen to Neal Brown’s interview with KSR

UK offensive coordinator Neal Brown called in to Kentucky Sports Radio radio this morning to discuss the upcoming season. Listen in as we hear from the Danville native during the Danville tour stop, exactly one week before he and the Wildcats began fall camp.

Or listen to today’s entire podcast below. Now in one piece!

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

2 Comments for Listen to Neal Brown’s interview with KSR

  1. Shawon
    2:44 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    Hmmm…it will be interesting to see how the podcast will work on my cellular device now that is not broken down by hour. One one hand, it will be nice not to have to switch from one audio file to another when I am finished listening to the first hour. However, often times I am able to listen to one hour live and then grab the 2nd hour via podcast. Now I have to grab the whole thing and try to find the midpoint in my mediocre audio player, which is going to be annoying. Also it is more data against my cap to download the entire file at once every time (although in fairness it is also a lot of data to stream the show via iHeartRadio).

    I see the file that is downloaded is not being named by date. That makes it very difficult to determine which one to listen to amongst my collection. I have to starting playing a podcast and wait for Matt to announce where they’re at (live from Danville, Paducah, Glasgow, etc.).

    Also I will be interested to see if Neil Brown’s predictions of an improved offense come to fruition.

  2. nunya
    3:23 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    I’ll have to admit that Matt, who was once nearly clueless, often dismissive of the program and even seemingly hostile about having to pay any attention to football, came off as knowing what the heck he was talking about in that interview.

    As far as the offense, the schedule sets up really well to add layers of complexity as the season goes on. There’s real talent here, just very young talent for the most part. UK was much better by the end of last year than at the beginning and will be infinitely better early on this season but much better still by seasons end.

    Very glad to see KSR growing up and covering football with the seriousness it should. UK has finally gone all in on football and you seem to have done so as well. Good.