OTC: Are You Ready For Some Football?

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11 Responses to OTC: Are You Ready For Some Football?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Martin accurately touches on the problem facing public education – politics. Where is it stipulated that the federal government should have ANY role in public education? Education is mentioned nowhere in the Constitution. Thanks to government and politics being involved in education, way too much public money is spent on administrators and social scientists and the teacher, principals, and resources are left to flounder.

    If Nate Bukaty was a greenhorn on a crab boat, he’d be hanging in the pots with the cod before the first string gets set.

  2. Anonymous says:

    craig glazer
    The tone has been set…chiefs have at least two top notch backs, maybe, just maybe the leagues best runner in Charles, with Marcus I mean Tomas Jones behind him, should be great and with two fast small draft picks, reciever backs…damn. Matt will be much better. Still need a killer reciever to make this a real scary offense. The D is soft, maybe it will be average or better, no lineman, no backers gonna be tough unless someone steps up.

    Should win at least 8…maybe more, we’ll see, we’ll see…I have been down on this team for ten years sooooo….not now….like Haley……9-7….the year it turns around….2010.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bukaty: I hear better talent with much better voices in the small markets. As you say, probably a like a nice guy but boorrriiinnngggg!Now that Twibell is gone, can we officially dub Bukaty the Whitest Man in Radio.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Bukaty is the straight man in a comedy team. He is Bud Abbott to Lou Costello or Dean Martin to Jerry Lewis. He needs help and should not be left alone with a radio microphone for 4 hours.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Bob Sacamano
    I couldn’t believe it, but this week I actually had to listen to Fescoe. I didn’t think there could be a worse radio personality than Fescoe, but I was wrong. His name is Nate Bukaty. Bukaty is terrible, SSJ does wonders to mask Bukaty’s short comings. Please SSJ, no more stay-cations!

  6. Anonymous says:

    The Independent Rage
    As always, I appreciate your brutal honesty, Greg, when it comes to your opinion on Bukaty. But I don’t agree and think you’re being way too hard on the dude. I cannot imagine a more difficult job than filling 3-4 straight hours with endless talk. That’s why almost all of these dudes have sidekicks with whom they constantly banter. Without St. John, Bukaty was pretty much on his own, with only a couple of other dudes who don’t talk that much. From what I heard of him this week, I don’t have any serious complaints. He was without a key cog in his show that he’s used to having around, and so of course things were not going to sound the same. Frankly, if even the hilarious St. John was basically left on his own without any sidekicks, I think you’d be spouting a different tune about him as well. What does Rush Slimebaugh always say — “don’t try this at home”? Well, he’s right on that one. I respect the heck out of these dudes for filling hours on end with little more than their own talk. I’m fairly confident that I could not do the same.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I agree with most that Nate was painful to listen to. Couldn’t listen to Fescoe because all he does is diss on the Cornhuskers. I spent my mornings listening to 98.9 The Rock.

  8. Anonymous says:

    It was so bad I actually did listen to NPR. Fescoe is just plain aweful. Do either come up for air? Nate just drones on and on. Could they not find a guest host? I think it shows how arrogant KK is to not think the listeners deserved better. His opening ‘borealogue’ is making him just about as bad.Between him and that buffoon Jack Harry I am actually starting to listen to 610, although Nick the slick is pretty hard on the ears. How old is he, 16?

  9. Anonymous says:

    cousin eddie

  10. Anonymous says:

    Dickerson’s biggest complaint with the two-back system is that it would cut down on his yardage — and hence his paycheck.

    The Border Patrol was brutal last week, the worst point coming Friday when discussing the Royals’ trade for pitcher Will Smith — which included a 10-minute Fresh Prince riff (I don’t know if they ever got around to talking about the player; when I got the office, I quit listening). Yes, they would have made the same “joke” with SSJ, but I doubt if it would have dragged on longer than 30 seconds.. Lame. Rule of thumb: after the punch line, move on.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Yes, Bukaty is bad. But nobody is worse than that douche Fescoe on 610. Seriously, Fescoe makes me pine for the days of Roger Twibell.

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