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The Matt Jones Podcast: E12 UK Football

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The Matt Jones Podcast is celebrating today’s National Signing Day by featuring four members of the UK football family, with interviews from Commonwealth Stadium.  There’s a couple of familiar faces — tight end C.J. Conrad and  his coach Vince Marrow — with a couple of new ones — offensive coordinator Eddie Gran and linebacker Courtney Love.  We’ve had wall-to-wall coverage of NSD on KSR, but these intimate interviews take it one step further.  Some highlights:

—  C.J. Conrad’s basketball past almost led him away from football.

—  Vince Marrow’s usual awesomeness.

—  How LB Courtney Love got the same name as Kurt Cobain’s wife.

You can still listen by subscribing to “Kentucky Sports Radio” but they won’t be on the feed much longer.  Make sure you subscribe to “The Matt Jones Podcast” on iTunes.  It takes some time for each episode to fill the feed, but if you are subscribed, it will not be a problem.

If you aren’t an iTunes person, you can also stream on Podbay.

Article written by Nick Roush

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

1 Comment for The Matt Jones Podcast: E12 UK Football



  1. dayworks
    5:28 pm February 4, 2016 Permalink

    I love the Matt Jones podcast, but the overall audio production has been worse than atrocious. Matt needs an audio engineer to assess the situation and help him correct those issues. I would also suggest Matt have his hearing tested. Please understand, I do not mean this as an insult. I’ve been an audio engineer for decades and one of the things we learn in the profession is to recognize when someone has hearing problems.

    Having listened to KSR for years, and now this podcast, I have concern Matt may have diminished and imbalanced hearing in both ears. Fortunately, these days there are wonderful hearing aid technologies that might could help him regain much of what he is missing. Again, I mean none of this as insult. I’m sincerely positive toward Matt in my statements. Maybe I’m wrong, but only a comprehensive hearing test could determine that.