Listened to about 2 hours of their coverage on the Keitzman show yesterday via internet broadcast but a lot of people can get their coverage in their cars and homes.
The show was totally Big 12 centric, it had tons of Big 12 sports media members on it to discuss the news yesterday, and was a fast paced, fun show to listen to.
There are a heap of people who seem frustrated to the point that you need to find another show in the afternoon. Let me suggest 810. Great station, good hosts, great guests and a show all about the Big 12. You'll likely enjoy it more and it will keep your blood pressure down.
Have been listening this week some when I can and so far really enjoy their afternoon show. Their discussion is good and their guests are good. They don't just schedule people that agree with their views so they can keep driving an agenda.
Kind of sad we have to listen to a KC station to get better news and info about the big 12 and ISU than what we have in our own backyard.
Have this and love, love, love it. Plays my Slacker radio, my wife's Pandora, any internet stream you can point it at, and has all the local stations on it (via internet streaming). Very, very impressive. I haven't even touched the music center capabilities, but I hear those are very nice as well.
Keitzman is on from 2-6 last hour of the show is just replays from the previous 4 hours. Keitzman isn't bad but he is a huge K-state homer and often bashes ISU when he gets a chance. Petro is a lot better host because he is unbiased toward teams in the big 12 because he is a Syracuse guy but he knows his stuff. He is on from 10-2 and is a very knowledgeable host who does love ISU fans. The morning show "the border patrol" is pretty good too it's a KU and an MU guy.
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