6-9am –Duke Meyer
8am – The Daily Feed – a song making waves across the internet.
8:50am – The Buzz – music news of the day.
9am-12pm – John Timmons
12pm –3pm – Marion Dries
1:50pm – The Buzz – music news of the day.
3p-6pm – Laura Shine
4:40 – The Buzz – music news of the day.
5’0 Clock Shadow – an original followed by a cover tune.
6p-8pm – World Café w/David Dye
Folk-rock outfit, Deer Tick’s new album Negativity sees frontman John McCauley channeling some recent dramatic events from his personal life.
8pm-9pm – Sound Opinions
Jim and Greg present the Best Albums of 2013, and they hear nominations from guest critics in the listening audience.
9pm-1am – FPK’s Afterdark with Sean Cannon
9pm – The Daily Feed – a song making waves across the internet.
10pm – Tom Scharpling
11pm – Late Night Wars – We play the best late night TV performance of the week
1am – 2am – Night Visions
An eclectic mix of independent and under-represented dance, electronica, rock and pop music from around the world.
Nothing But Net is now coming to you twice a week, and what better way to kick it off than with the gentleman known as Seedy K, the Culture Maven, or simply c d kaplan. That’s right, the father of rumor and innuendo joins Nothing But Net to share his Freedom Hall memories, and to talk about the game we love—college basketball. With only one U of L game remaining at this legendary arena, c d will share his memories about the home to the Cards for over 50 years, and offer insights into this year’s Cards basketball team. We’re sure he’ll have lots more to share with you. Mr. kaplan is our favorite sports blogger, and he’s sure to be yours, after you join Matt and Mark, and our very special guest c d kaplan, for volume two of this week’s Nothing But Net, the thinking person’s basketball webcast—the one with the beats!
That’s Day of Reckoning, for non-Spanish speakers. And it’s drawing nigh quickly. We could say for many teams, the remaining games are for all the marbles, but it’s only 65 that count. UConn and U of L from the Big East are playing for their NCAA tourney lives. UK is fighting for a number one seed in the NCAA tourney, but experience and maturity may be significant obstacles. Kansas has all those elements going for them, and now appear to be a lock for the overall number one seed. But it’s college basketball, and anything can happen. Ask players at the University of Texas, or Georgetown University; brilliant reputations or fast starts can disappear overnight. And how real are teams like New Mexico or Gonzaga—is the current perception of basketball out West merited? Join Matt and Mark and get prepared for the annual wild finish to the NCAA basketball regular season. And the glory of the conference and NCAA tournaments. Join us for this week’s Nothing But Net—the thinking person’s basketball podcast, with the beats!
Conference play is in full swing. Which means great things for the truly great, and exposes the pretenders out there. Texas continues its baffling free fall, Kansas, Syracuse and UK continue to dominate, and then consider teams like Georgetown, and their inconsistent play. Beat Villanova, but lose to South Florida? U of L continues to fight for their NCAA life, needing to win 6 of their last games, which is no easy task when two of those games are against the Orangemen of Syracuse. Plus, Texas A&M sneaks into top-25 consideration, Baylor loses, and Duke decides slow and steady wins the race. Plus, the importance of hitting free throws. Join Matt and Mark for this week’s edition of Nothing But Net, the thinking person’s basketball webcast—with the beats.
There’s a jinx out there in college basketball. It comes with attaining the number one slot in the rankings. Kansas, Texas and Kentucky, three teams who have, at one time or another, appeared invincible, have all been toppled by the curse of number one slot. And slight murmurs of this year’s dark horses can be heard, led by Kansas State and Baylor. The Big East is in full regular season form, with no team considered safe. Consider Georgetown. Destroyed mighty Duke, then turned around and lost to South Florida. At home.
Nothing is safe. Everyone is gunning for number one. Join Matt and Mark as they survey the scorched landscape of college basketball, single out some fine individual performers, and begin to dust off the crystal ball. Please join us for Nothing But Net, the thinking person’s basketball webcast. Sports with a beat.
The Nation’s number one team, the Texas Longhorns, fell this week to Kansas State, leaving only one undefeated team in the land: The Wildcats of Kentucky. (We told you we were the “epicenter of the college basketball universe.”) Now, the question is can UK go undefeated? Find out what Matt and Mark think in this week’s Nothing But Net. Discussion will also address the plummeting U of L Cardinals, the surprising Hoosiers of Indiana, and our weekly look at the top teams in men’s college basketball. All this on Nothing But Net, the thinking person’s basketball podcast—with the beats.
Former University of Louisville basketball player, Luke Whitehead, joins Matt Anthony and Mark Bacon to share his memories of Freedom Hall, Australian professional basketball (Luke was MVP for Australia’s Gold Coast Blazers team), playing for Coach Rick Pitino, his insights into this year’s team, and more. We even ask about “The Fall.” At the end of the webcast, we debut Luke’s latest song, too. Check out this week’s Nothing But Net, the thinking person’s sports webcast.
Last Saturday, the Battle of the Bluegrass produced memorable results. Within the first 45 seconds of the game. But not the kind of action we’ve seen before here in the Commonwealth during this rivalry. Matt and Mark will take a look back at the game on January 2nd, discussions on the nation’s leading college basketball squads, and a look ahead at the college basketball landscape. Please check out Nothing But Net, the thinking person’s basketball webcast. The sports podcast with a beat!
Saturday, January 2nd, 2010, is the day basketball fans across the Commonwealth have had circled on their calendars for months, when the University of Louisville Cardinals visit Rupp Arena to battle the Wildcats of the University of Kentucky. And for the UK faithful? Revenge; payback for Edgar Sosa’s last second 3-point dagger that sent the Wildcats home with an L. This year, UK’s a winner in every category with new coach John Calipari, the return of All American Patrick Patterson and the most exciting player in the college game today, John Wall. Is the game over before it’s begun? Or can we expect another thrilling rematch in the Battle of the Bluegrass. Matt Anthony and Mark Bacon break it down for you, with their No Bias Breakdown, plus a look ahead to this weekend’s contests nationwide. Please join us for this week’s Nothing But Net, the Thinking Person’s College Basketball webcast.