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September 5, 2013

Remembering Cawood

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 11:00am September 5, 2013 9/5/13

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Twelve years ago, the Big Blue Nation lost its voice. Cawood Ledford passed away on this day back in 2001 after a year-long battle with cancer. Cawood was the “Voice of the Wildcats” for nearly four decades, retiring after the 1991-1992 season, with his last UK broadcast being the classic (and tragic) Duke/UK game in…

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Richie Farmer reaches plea deal, could spend up to two years in prison

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 10:15am September 5, 2013 9/5/13

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WUKY is reporting that Richie Farmer has reached a plea deal with prosecutors in his government corruption case that will put him in prison for up to two years. His attorney filed a motion for a change of plea this morning, which means he’s agreed to resolve all pending and potential criminal and ethics charges…

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Kenny Walker dishes on the Cats (Thursday Show Thread)

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 9:55am September 5, 2013 9/5/13

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Good morning and welcome to the Thursday edition of Kentucky Sports Radio, which will be live from New York City for the last time (at least in the foreseeable future). Matt and Drew are enjoying their last day covering the US Open for Tennis Channel before heading back to their old Kentucky home. Last night,…

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BTI’s Rants and Ramblings: 8 Rules for a Good UK Football Program

Bryan the Intern 9:00am September 5, 2013 9/5/13

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I remember back in the beginning of the Joker Phillips era, I put a post on KSR talking about the ways that Kentucky football can be successful both on the field and with the fanbase.  I came up with 8 rules and was looking at them again.  And amazingly, I feel like these 8 are…

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September 4, 2013

Flushing Chinatown’s Thursday News and Views

Drew Franklin 11:00pm September 4, 2013 9/4/13

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After taking in a full day of US Open tennis in Queens on Sunday, Matt and I decided to take the 7-train the opposite direction from our hotel in Manhattan, all the way out to the last stop on the track, Flushing-Main Street. What we found was something so bizarre I can’t put it into…

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