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“We Ask You Wednesday” Vol. 58 (Friday Afternoon Edition)


The folks here at KSR love getting your input on things… relevant and bizarre. We have to get a little creative around here sometimes. Last summer I started a weekly series called “We Ask You Wednesdays,” that brought in some great responses from many readers via Twitter.

Each week, the question will change and we will hit on a variety of topics, mostly UK-related… but you never know. Each week the best responses will make it on to the website.  This week’s twenty ninth volume of the “We Ask You Wednesday” allowed Kentucky fans to answer the following question via Twitter in 140 characters or less: WHAT IS THE BEST UK-RELATED FANTASY FOOTBALL TEAM NAME?




Until we get some more Cats in the NFL, Randall Cobb has to carry the load for reppin’ the Cats…



Chris Simpson definitely was the MVP of the week for all of his answers…



There is a good chance that exceeds the character limit…



Article written by Ally Tucker

I once successfully requested "The Wobble" to be played 6 times at one wedding.

5 Comments for “We Ask You Wednesday” Vol. 58 (Friday Afternoon Edition)

  1. PHS07
    3:55 pm September 4, 2015 Permalink…

    At game time that link will have Kash Daniel with painstville take on pikeville, as wymt’s game of the week. Has commentary and excellent feed for anyone across state interested in watching Kash play.

  2. Tom
    4:07 pm September 4, 2015 Permalink

    Straight Outta Cobbton

  3. @BallBlog_Chad
    4:14 pm September 4, 2015 Permalink

    Stanley Goes the Dynamite

  4. Echo threads on ksr
    4:29 pm September 4, 2015 Permalink

    Isn’t this a twitter post? Twitter is for twits if you like that stuff. How long B4 we see twitter stuff @ 11pm? You know how they do it. Repost stuff @11 pm cause they say, we post all the time.

  5. Armand Pitt
    5:54 pm September 4, 2015 Permalink

    Chris Simpson is an unoriginal repeating parrott.