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Today on KSR: STOP THE HAMMERING!

Good morning, friends. Let’s get your day started off right with a preview of what’s ahead and a couple of fun videos of people losing their minds. Grab a fresh coffee and enjoy:

 

We will hear from Mark Stoops one last time before the Florida game.

It’s Thursday, and that means the football program will answer a few more questions before closing its doors until the weekend. Mark Stoops will be available to the media following Thursday’s practice and we’ll be there to pass along all of the important things he says, to you. You’re welcome.

The Free Money Podcast hit internet shelves last night.

Episode 4 of our money giveaway is live for your listening pleasure:

Free Money with Matt and Drew: Episode 4

If you followed our picks the last two weeks, you’re probably retired and living in your new beach house right now.

The status of Florida’s star cornerback is still uncertain.

Florida’s Duke Dawson, who has two interceptions through two games this season, tweeted that he will play Saturday versus the Cats, but his coach isn’t so sure. According to Florida head coach Jim McElwain, Dawson is in concussion protocol down in Gainesville and hasn’t participated in any contact activities this week in practice. This story is one to keep an eye on today and tomorrow because Dawson is a key member of the Gators’ defense.

There are two new picks for Kansas in Immanuel Quickley’s Crystal Ball.

One from a Maryland insider and one from Miami. What do they know?!

Nothing, probably. The people on UK’s end aren’t worried.

And now for a couple of clips of people getting extremely mad.

First, a New York radio host talking about the Giants offensive line and the pythagorean theorem:

Then the video sweeping the internet this morning, MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell LOSING HIS MIND on set. Language very not safe for work:

I’ll leave you with that. Be nice to your co-workers today.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

25 Comments for Today on KSR: STOP THE HAMMERING!



  1. 3 fan
    9:16 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

    Drew, Matt or whoever:
    You guys have to do something with the mobile app. It takes forever to load because of all the damn ads. Its terrible. I’ve quit trying to check KSR by phone and only desktop now.
    You are going to lose a lot of followers if something isn’t done. Its horrible.



  2. IAmTheDanger
    9:18 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

    I love when asses show their true ass for all to see.



  3. cjruk1
    9:27 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

    That O’Donnell clip has shades of the famous Bill O’Reilly tirade.



    • Sentient Third Eye
      9:29 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

      Just goes to show you that people don’t get to that level without delusions of grandeur.



  4. macattack
    9:29 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

    I always love those videos of people losing their mind. But, I must admit, as someone who has done production work similar to that (in music) it is super annoying when something goes wrong and you can hear people talking in your ear when youre trying to do something else. It makes it nearly impossible to focus. Still a funny video though.



  5. BlueGrass
    9:53 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

    Reminded me of a funny Ron Burgundy skit.



  6. ClutchCargo
    10:36 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

    He mad.

  7. As of right now that video of Larry has 58,235 views. That’s 58,225 more than watch his show.



  8. blord40
    10:44 am September 21, 2017 Permalink

    Winnebago Man



  9. CPACAT
    1:46 pm September 21, 2017 Permalink

    Why’s he gotta slam accountants…we don’t like the Pythagorean Theorem any more than anyone else…LoL…



  10. ClutchCargo
    4:45 pm September 21, 2017 Permalink

    The pythagorean theorem is a pretty handy thing to know in a lot of situations. But as an accountant, I have never used it a single time at work.



  11. catdaddyd
    6:37 pm September 21, 2017 Permalink

    I heard Pythagorean Theory is a hell of a receiver from India.