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Let it out, postgame show time.

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Yup, that sucked, but at least we’re not this guy. The KSR Postgame Show is about to start, so turn up your radio/computer and get ready to vent.

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Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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4 Comments for Let it out, postgame show time.

  1. hersheyisabear
    5:01 pm November 29, 2014 Permalink

    I would have just assumed we got blown out.

  2. rainman
    5:08 pm November 29, 2014 Permalink


    But at least he still has those cool looking girlie tattoos on his shoulders!

  3. Lip Man 1
    5:12 pm November 29, 2014 Permalink

    UK showed heart and guts. That’s worth noting and building on.

    Season ended on a sour note but progress was made. That’s important to keep in mind.

    The reality is the talent gap, particularly of defense, between UK and other good programs is still large, it’s closing, but it’s still wide.

    Patience is required like it or not. If you give Stoops time, especially with many of his current players gaining more experience he has a reasonable chance of turning this around.

    Remember what he was left with by “Joker.”

    And besides…in a month Cal and company will beat the snot out of Ricky P. and ultimately isn’t that more important?????

  4. Billy Mays Here
    5:14 pm November 29, 2014 Permalink

    We improved substantially this season, I cannot be disappointed with the team. Winning doesn’t come naturally, it is learned, earned, and becomes infectious. UK’s deep-seeded institutional indifference towards the football program — the reasons winners like Bear Bryant and Rich Brooks left — is starting to change. Stoops is changing that. From what he inherited to what he has done in a very short time is remarkable. Louisville won 9 games this year; we won 9 games total from 2010-2012. Over that same time period, Louisville has won 46 (likely 47) games; it has taken us nearly 10 years to win that many. We are mad that we didn’t become bowl eligible this year, despite the rubble left of the Joker years, when until Rich Brooks we had been to only five bowls since 1951! Stoops IS turning us around. Arguing otherwise is being obtuse and disingenuous.

    Stoops did not inherit perennial top 5 recruiting classes at a school with tradition, past divison/conference/national championships, full institutional support, and 100,000-plus-seat stadiums like Auburn and Tennessee. Petrino inherited a team with a senior class that had gone 30-9 with a BCS Bowl win and an AD that will spend whatever it takes on the football program (the defensive coordinator is paid over $1 million per year). Those programs needed only a coat of new paint and some landscaping; Stoops inherited a shoddy house that had burned down.

    Yet, more than doubling the win total over last year, as well as more wins than the last two years combined, is commendable. He has done so playing a majority of first- and second-year players on a team that had no returning “weapons” or stars. His work off the field has been even more impressive. Facility upgrades, recruiting upgrades, a belief that we can do it …I am 100-percent behind Stoops.