I am officially done listening to this worthless show. At roughly 4:45 p.m. Matt announces they will shortly be interviewing Chris Williams. So I am thinking cool, at the top of the hour I get to listen to some Cyclone talk. Nope. Instead I get to listen to Matt talk on about some BYU B-Ball player getting kicked off the team for knocking up his girlfriend and how the attacks on 9/11 were attributed to Muslims here in the states not having sex. At 5:25 p.m. still no CW, so I cried uncle and turned off the radio. I guess I will have to get my Cyclone fix elsewhere.
nothing like insightful commentary on sex by a 36 year old fat club creeper.
I even drove like an old person so I could catch some of it, only to hear Matty say something about the Big 12 being peod that lowly Iowa State beat Nebby and Colorado. I think I figured it out though. He is so jealous of CW and his great work on this site and can't hide it real well.
I heard the same thing today....
But, i have to say that Matt & Miller is still better than T&T. I am so sick of hearing about the Valley...those guys suck!
Because Matt and Miller never talk Valley. I tuned in today to hear them talk about the ISU win and all they talked about was the Valley. If they think that tounry is so great they should check out the Big 12 tourny in KC. Newsflash to them nobody cares about the Valley. Not Drake fans, Not UNI fans, they just dont care. Rant over, its been great spot listening to M and M, but ready for the next KXNO soap opera.
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