Kentucky Sports Radio covers every corner of the state, except one: Northern Kentucky. Tomorrow morning from 10:00-noon a taste of Northern Kentucky comes to KSR, and I’m not talking about Skyline.
Mo Egger will take over the mic for two hours from Cincinnati. A host on Cincinnati’s ESPN Radio 1530 and “The Big One” 700 WLW, Egger is a ten-year radio vet that will drop plenty of sports knowledge from The Buckeye State.
If you missed today’s Football Podcast edition of KSR, you can hear it here. As of course is tradition, it got off to a bad start with one of my world famous intros, but you’ll like everything after that, I promise. The rest of the guest hosts for the summer:
July 7: Steve Romines and T.J. “Makes em Pay” Smith
July 10: Rex Chapman and Josh Hopkins
July 11: Avery Williamson
July 12: Tate Frazier and Mark Titus of The Ringer
July 13: The Sklar Brothers
July 14: Laura Rutledge of the SEC Network
July 17: Dewayne Peevy
July 18: Nick Mingione
July 19: Tim Couch
July 20: Matthew Mitchell
July 21: UK Football coaches
July 24: Seth Greenberg
July 25: Ramel “Smooth” Bradley
July 26: Cole Cubelic of the SEC Network
July 27: Guest Hosts
July 28: KSR Crew
While I’m in the mood for PSAs, here’s a few other upcoming events to add to your KSR calendar.
Sunday Freddie Maggard and I will arrive in Hoover for SEC Media Days. If you thought he was prepared before, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Following SEC Media Days, I’m making the drive to North Augusta for two days of the Peach Jam. Cameron Reddish, Bol Bol and Marvin Bagley are just a few of the big names that will be there. Meanwhile, Jack Pilgrim will be in Spartanburg for the Adidas Nations Finals featuring Romeo Langford, Immanuel Quickley and a plethora of other notable Kentucky recruits.
Before I return home to see Sturgill Simpson tear up the Saturday night Forecastle stage, T.J. Walker and I are going to take a break from basketball to do a Kentucky Thrones Radio season seven preview. We’ll put the headsets on tomorrow morning to do a season six recap. Only eleven days until winter is here.