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KSR’s Top 10 Tweets of the Day

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It’s time again for KSR’s Top Tweets of the day. You can participate by using hashtags such as #BBN #KSR #KSRTop10 or just by simply tweeting @KYsportsradio. We will focus most of our attention on Kentucky sports-centric tweets but, as usual, there are no limits to our madness.

#10 Mike Greenberg

That is still a thing?



#9 Seth Davis

As an Orange Leaf spokesperson? I agree.



#8 John Robic’s Hair

Only because I feel sorry for you and your “small” salary.



#7 Tom JOMBY

Gogurt is delicious in any language.



#6 NorthernKyCat

Seems legit.



#5 Jacob

This is a serious problem.



#4 Oscar Combs

Oscar with the swipe. We were all thinking it though.



#3 Aimee Arthurs

As soon as he got the kitten down there was an explosion behind him as he walked away in slow motion.



#2 Jon Hood

Please tell me you learned that from Cal in practices.



#1 Devin Booker

Someone is catching on fast.


Article written by Courtney Hessler

Ashley Judd is my spirit animal. Follow me on twitter at: @Hessler_KSR

4 Comments for KSR’s Top 10 Tweets of the Day

  1. Delk for 3
    9:31 am May 15, 2014 Permalink

    If you watched the Chick-Fil-A Bowl closely last season, you clearly understand what the Johnny Football phenomenon is all about. The guy was amazing. Heck, he was amazing for most of his two seasons in college football. Funny how some people have such short memories.

  2. chief_cat
    10:44 am May 15, 2014 Permalink

    More likely that Hood would have learned to dodge a wrench had he played for BGC

  3. MN CAT
    10:50 am May 15, 2014 Permalink

    I’d take Kerr’s analysis over Billy Packer’s any day of the week. Prefer him to Greg Anthony, too. We might be able to do better than Kerr, but we could also do a lot worse.

  4. CAD
    3:30 pm May 15, 2014 Permalink

    No we weren’t all thinking about it. Kerr, along with Sir Charles, was what made the Turner/CBS partnership with the tourney worth it. He is absolutely great.