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Landon Young Joins KSR (Tuesday Show Thread)


Matt and Ryan are on the road for today’s show.  KSR’s dynamic duo is at the Locust Trace Agri-Science Center on Leestown Road, the same school Landon Young attended during his time at Lafayette High.  He’ll discuss his experience and the first half of his first season in a Kentucky uniform.

Join in on the fun by calling (502) 571-1080.

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Article written by Nick Roush

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

30 Comments for Landon Young Joins KSR (Tuesday Show Thread)

  1. RealCatsFan
    10:12 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    Nice to hear Matt putting in condolences for Handsome Jimmy. Some things rise above sports and rivalries. RIP

    • Realme
      10:13 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      I loathe when Matt does a HJ voice, but loved when the real one called. RIP

  2. Sentient Third Eye
    10:16 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    Bill Curry had similar issues with over-the-top negativity. Remember the “nattering nabobs of negativity”?

    • RealCatsFan
      10:20 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      I thought that was Spiro Agnew…

    • Sentient Third Eye
      10:50 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Agnew did say it originally, but Curry famously quoted him in the late eighties.

  3. Realme
    10:18 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    Some random things I wasn’t around to discuss with you guys yesterday:

    I am tired of being lectured because of the rare bad fan. Stop lumping us all in together. Also, Stoops himself keeps saying things that just add to the negative environment.

    Derek’s comments Sunday, which ended with “I learned from it and it won’t happen again” made me feel much better about his need to mature since last the summer incident.

    I think the defense is better because Stoops and Elliot copied Gran and Hinshaw’s style of one coach up in the box, one on the field, working in tandem.

  4. runningunnin.454
    10:37 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    I would hope our coaches and players (football and basketball) don’t listen to the show or visit the KSR comments sections; twitter is poisonous as well.

  5. Chesters Daddy
    10:46 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    Lmao don’t talk about STOOPS but you talked about him90% of the show. Stoops is saying that because he is setting up the blame so when he doesn’t succeed, as he always blames people for his short comings. He is the only reason fans are toxic, if we had a coach we have the players to be great. I told you all recruits are gonna stop coming, we just lost a DL to Louisville. Players see what he does with and to talent.

    • Realme
      10:50 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Telling current recruits our fan base is toxic certainly won’t help.

      Are you Darryl, or just someone else who is Team Darryl?

    • Chesters Daddy
      11:00 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      I’m Darryl

  6. RealCatsFan
    10:47 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    Honestly, the onset of social media has diminished respect, decency, and politeness in American society. Before social media was a thing, people still gossiped, and there were still bad things going on, but you did not have this self-perceived cloak of anonymity that encourages some people to act on their most base instincts. Unfortunately, the genie is now out of the bottle, and it’s unlikely that anyone will be able to put it back in.

    • Sentient Third Eye
      10:52 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      I stand by my decade-long assertion that after nuclear weapons, social media will be the most destructive force ever created by humanity. We are still at the tip of the proverbial iceberg.

    • BluKudzu
      11:15 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Agreed. Actually the term “The pen is mightier than the sword” was written in a play in the 1830’s, and is actually attributed to a 7th century, BC sage known as Ahiqar. The term is rife through history, but I totally agree with your assesment.

    • J-Dub421
      11:16 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Lol, this from a guy who just called me “uneducated and/or weak-minded”, and “in that pool of barely-sentient animal matter” in another thread.

    • CATandMONKEY
      11:17 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Nuclear weapons are far more controllable and much more discriminating.

    • UK Big Board Update
      11:33 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      J-Dub: …..just because of your political leaning. Imagine what he says about women in the locker room!

    • Sentient Third Eye
      11:39 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      J-dub. It’s not my fault you cannot defend the ideas you believe. Study up before talking with grown ups.

    • J-Dub421
      11:44 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Sentient, I posted a very long list of verifiable Trump transgressions for you yesterday. You defended none of them, just bashed me and Hillary Clinton. Practice what you preach.

    • Chesters Daddy
      11:52 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Should have known jdub was a Hillary fan. Trump was never a politician so he never had to watch what he said, Hillary has to much of our own soldiers blood on her hands to ever be president.

    • RealCatsFan
      12:00 pm October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Chesters Daddy, by that reasoning, George Bush the Younger has even more soldiers’ blood on his hands for getting America involved in the war in Iraq, a war that has been shown to be unnecessary. Pretty much all of America, and most of the world, was completely behind the USA going after the perpetrators of 911 in Afghanistan. However, when we veered off the trail in the name of “regime change” to remove Saddam Hussein from power, it did nothing but completely destabilize that part of the world even more than it was before. If we had simply stayed with the task at hand, and gone after Bin Laden and the Taliban, the mess that is going on over there could have been tempered, if not avoided, and one could argue that ISIS would not have gained the foothold that it now has. Politicians will go out of their way to deflect blame in any direction that they can.

      Now I will admit that saying that Bush is directly responsible for all of those soldier’s deaths is fairly ridiculous, but saying the same about Clinton is equally ridiculous. And be appraised that I am far from being a fan of hers.

    • RealCatsFan
      12:02 pm October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Also, in regards to Trump’s verbal diarrhea, he may not be a politician, but he is a public figure, a celebrity, and a businessman, so in those regards he should very much have to watch what he says. In fact, everyone should follow that rule.

    • Chesters Daddy
      12:17 pm October 11, 2016 Permalink

      But one thing wrong with your argument. Bush is not running for president.

    • Chesters Daddy
      12:20 pm October 11, 2016 Permalink

      And no it isn’t ridiculous because Hillary wouldn’t approve air support for Benghazi, so there for she is directly responsible. I come from a military family you won’t win this argument lol.

    • J-Dub421
      12:29 pm October 11, 2016 Permalink

      No, the terrorists are directly responsible for the loss of American lives.

    • Chesters Daddy
      5:19 pm October 11, 2016 Permalink

      They would be alive if Hillary ain’t to busy to answer the damn phone then not authorize air support. Hillary is the biggest pos in the world go back and listen to her running against Obama, she has flipped on 50% of her stances.

  7. runningunnin.454
    11:16 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    So, Obama is a tang drinker…ha ha ha. Mars; anything to pi$$ away money.

    • Sentient Third Eye
      11:41 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

      Presidents love to start space initiatives in the last year of their presidencies. Clinton did it. Both Bushes did it. They get the credit for the idea, and they don’t have to get it through congress, plus they don’t get the blame when it is not funded. It’s a win-win scheme, though a transparent one, that both parties have used try to to make presidents with weakish numbers look better for legacy purposes.

  8. Chesters Daddy
    11:43 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    Told everyone Landon says fans are great, stoops says Fan’s are toxic. I told everyone STOOPS is going to blame fans if he don’t succeed here. Stoops always blames everyone else.

    11:43 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    Landon Young for president!

  10. CATandMONKEY
    11:57 am October 11, 2016 Permalink

    StarTREK , Matt.