University of Louisville sophomore Montrezl Harrell has improved his game so quickly under coach Rick Pitino that he was elevated to tri-captain status along with seniors Russ Smith and Luke Hancock.
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Many people ask about "The Beasman" sketch on my radio show. Yes, it is loosely based on former University of Kentucky basketball coach Joe B. Hall, who is a true gentleman in real life. Joe and I have laughed about the sketch over the years and he knows that the character is a complete exaggeration of an overzealous fan. That's the crux of the long running sketch -- a reflection of the constant sniping between University of Kentucky fans with a condescending attitude toward their "little brothers" at the University of Louisville. Here's the script for Friday, October 25, 2013 THE BEASMAN obsession 10-25-13 DADGUM YOU AND ALL YOUR SNAGGLE TOOTH U OF SMELL CARDINAL LYIN HYPOCRITE LEADERS,
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Enjoying seeing Cher on NBC's The Voice? This classic two-fer from Cher's 1975 television show illustrates the weirdness brewing in her relationship with Gregg Allman. They later married and had a son but lived through constant tumult. According to Gregg's 2012 book "My Cross To Bear," they eventually split over his drug problems. Be sure to watch the second performance on this reel to see Cher's odd interpretative dance to the Allman Brothers classic "Midnight Rider," released again in the 70s as a Gregg Allman single.
In October 1975, Tom Snyder was hosting a late night talk show called "Tomorrow" on NBC following Johnny Carson's legendary "Tonight Show." On this episode, Snyder introduced America to the Not Ready For Prime Time Players, who were just a few days away from launching the show that would become known as "Saturday Night Live." source: Eric Alper
>>>>>>>>>>>Every now and then, you just have to let a guy unload. Here is the Republican rant of the year.
Singer/actress Jennifer Fogarty stars in the stage adaptation of The Addams Family, running through October 20th at The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets We interviewed "Wednesday" on a Wednesday. Synchronicity.
If only elections were like golf scores where low numbers succeed. Meanwhile, The New York Times profiles Mitch McConnell's race versus Matt "Bevins."