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CORRECTED: The KSR Football Podcast with Jeremy Jarmon

Former Kentucky defensive end Jeremy Jarmon joined the Football Podcast crew to help prepare the BBN for the 2016 Kentucky football season.  A film studying analyst who saw UK’s last preseason scrimmage, Jarmon provides some insight that should make you fell more confident about the season opener vs. Southern Miss.  There were also PLENTY of shenanigans, including:

—  Dropping ‘F Bombs’ on live radio.

—  Infamous fart stories from Kentucky football players.

—  A history of Kentucky football’s nastiest hits.

—  The best and worst highlights from preseason camp.

—  How the new offensive coaches and skill players will help Drew Barker succeed.

To listen, just subscribe to “Kentucky Sports Radio” on iTunes or stream on Podbay.

If you would like to be a part of this year’s new and improved podcast by advertising on the show, e-mail [email protected] 


UPDATE

You ever had one of those days where no matter what you do, you mess it up?  Today has been that day for me.  I apologize for the recording, editing and life errors.  Today has been tough.  Thanks for gutting it out with me.

Article written by Nick Roush

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

4 Comments for CORRECTED: The KSR Football Podcast with Jeremy Jarmon



  1. tylermax
    8:56 pm August 25, 2016 Permalink

    I know you don’t get many comments on football posts. but i want to say i appreciate all the football podcasts and articles. i live in arizona (from kentucky) and i get all my UK football information from KSR mainly and it helps keep me up to date on everything! excited for the start of the football season!



  2. abgunz
    10:19 pm August 25, 2016 Permalink

    I love the football podcasts, and I wish that they were year around. I look forward to each new football podcast. Please, though, fix the audio issues.



  3. abgunz
    10:21 pm August 25, 2016 Permalink

    I particularly love Maggard’s and Jarmon’s analysis. I, too, love the football articles.



  4. stoopstroops
    9:02 am August 26, 2016 Permalink

    This is football time in the bluegrass. In my opinion there can’t be enough football related posts!