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Vote in the semifinals of UK’s Kickoff Playoff today


Crime Mob’s “Knuck If You Buck” can advance to the final round of the Kickoff Playoff with a win over Braylon Heard and Three 6 Mafia’s “Who Run It” today. Bud Dupree’s song is in the semifinals after defeating Steven Borden and “Scatta” in Round 1.

Head over to the BBN First website to place your vote. And remember, any time you begin to feel buck, it should immediately be followed with a knuck. Don’t be that person who gets buck without knucking. It’s not a good look.

Vote here.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

15 Comments for Vote in the semifinals of UK’s Kickoff Playoff today

  1. Jughead
    12:50 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    “Sugar, sugar” by The Archies.

  2. BOSOX
    1:02 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    Criminal by: Fiona Apple

  3. truebluethroughandthrough
    1:07 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    Surely Knuck If You Buck wins this. That other song wouldn’t get a bicycle tire pumped up… come on

    • Ridge Runner
      1:57 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink


  4. GoCayuts
    1:14 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    “We Ready” is a cool song but isn’t that the song uofl uses for theirs? Every time I hear it it reminds me of the that ugly ass pizza stadium

  5. Jordan
    1:17 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    Gang bang at the Old Folks Home – Steel Panther

  6. old white guy
    1:18 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    Not to be a stereotypical old white guy, but why can’t our “musicians” of today use actual words and sentences? Being stupid is not desirable, or shouldn’t be, at least. Our youth are doomed.

    • Jughead
      2:34 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

      It’s not music, it is crude street poetry authored by animals.

      And, America’s stupidity started in the 60’s and now is accelerating at warp speed. Uneducated, lawless, addicted, welfare state—what could possibly go wrong?

    • ukayyyyyyyy
      4:17 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

      @Jughead — ew. still salty about that failed music career you tried, I see.

    • Jughead
      4:38 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

      @Not Ukayyyyyyyyy: Wrong, twatbrain. Check out my hits from the 70’s on Calendar and Kirschner Records. Now, when did you have a hit?

      BTW–it’s not music–it thug baboon chanting embraced by dolts and musical idiots. Which one are you, bubba?

  7. pfife
    1:23 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    I have one request. ‘Knuck If You Buck’ is a song by a group called Crime Mob from Atlanta. Don’t play it for the Georgia game and hype the bulldogs up. (I know Dupree is a Georgian.)

  8. Kyle
    1:40 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    Why did you all phrase this blog post as a promo for Dupree’s song? Y’all know everyone will follow even the slightest of KSR endorsements.

    Not a fan of the song, would prefer any of the others remaining over it.

  9. MrsJBV
    2:43 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    A mix of these two songs would be perfect. The beginning build of “Who Run It” leading into “Knuck if you Buck”.

  10. Ryan
    4:09 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

    Jug head, you sound like a square. What kind of music do you like, Bruce Springsteen? Those animals made better music than you could ever dream of. Discussing what’s good music and what isn’t is just like discussing religion or politics. No one is ever right. But the beatles are and will always be the greatest band ever ;)…btw Who run it should win this whole thing. Three six gets me pumped up every time.

    • Jughead
      4:44 pm July 28, 2014 Permalink

      Hmm…why do you call this feces music? Music has melody and harmony (sometimes lyrics), and is not some ape-derived tribal chant originating from a testosterone and marijuana soaked brain stem.

      I get it–you like to pretend to be all ghetto—but that doesn’t make this vomit “music.”

      FYI–I’ve always loved Maurice Ravel, Duke Ellington, The Police, some Memphis/Muscle Shoals R&B, and the greatest group of all time—The Archies!