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The Depth Chart Podcast starts next week


Somehow, someway Matt is giving me the keys to the KSR podcast machine. I will be hosting The Depth Chart Podcast that will feature discussions regarding personnel, schemes, and tendencies for both Kentucky and its upcoming opponents.

I will be recording the Southern Miss preview show on Monday with the Hattiesburg American’s Jason Munz. Jason is the Golden Eagles beat writer and will provide incredible insight for the Cat’s opening game opponent.

Much like on the KSR Football Podcast, discussions and topics will be all over the map but will adhere to my “It’s not personal, it’s personnel” mantra. I’d like to thank Murray Promotions for turning a podcast concept into a reality. The company’s owner, Andy Murray, was a UK fullback and twice led the Southeastern Conference in knockdown blocks.

So, please tune in on Monday and tell your friends. It’s here!

Article written by Freddie Maggard

Former University of Kentucky Quarterback and Andy Griffith Fan Club President

2 Comments for The Depth Chart Podcast starts next week

  1. LosingTradition
    11:40 pm August 26, 2016 Permalink

    I am super pumped for this! I have learned so much more about our team and college football in general than I ever thought possible thanks to Freddie’s analysis. Keep it up man, your addition to KSR has made me visit this site much more than I ever did before.

  2. BlueDiz
    12:24 pm August 27, 2016 Permalink

    Finally. So many young pups with excellent pedigrees and no experience playing D in the SEC. Objective can be hopeful if there is discipline and a proper work ethic in the character. Personnel matters have to include personal character and I tire of hearing about “fine young men” who don’t do their homework or lose interest after they ride the pine for a few games. Your mountaineer perspective is a breath of fresh air in the present world of hype and giggling gals at ESPN.
    UK football fans can feel the change in the air. Now we want to see the boyz become men. Answer me. Do we have to score 40 points to beat a team like Southern Miss? How can we have players who average 15 pounds heavier and speeds that are faster at almost every position and still be considered an underdog on our home field? Here’s my feel: UK 49 SoMiss 17