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Tuesday 1/26/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Big TV ratings from Sunday’s NFC Championship game, and Steve thinks the Phillies outbid themselves after resigning JT Realamuto. Guest: Lions 24/7 Sports’ Tyler Donahue, he says Penn State did a great job with recruiting even though big recruits were hauled in. He says maintaining verbal commits was huge through th…
 
Hour 2 – Guests: KYW’s Matt Leon on the Nick Sirriani, there’s still plenty to fix besides the coach, Duce Staley leaving, and more; Blue-White Illustrated’s Nate Bauer, on Penn State’s two big wins over the weekend, the schedule changes, and more. Topics: Penn State hoops’ two wins and more schedule changes.…
 
Friday 1/22/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Remembering Hank Aaron, Steve says Penn State closed out its best game last night, Penn State schedule changes. Guest: Penn State Wrestling Coach Cael Sanderson, on the adversity of this season, wrestlers to watch, he’s looking for the next group of wrestlers to step up, and more.…
 
Thursday 1/21/21 Hour 1 – Topics: Steve says the first two years will tell about the Eagles hiring of Nick Sirriani, why the Steelers signed Dwayne Haskins and Steve says the Notre Dame football sanctions are as low as it gets. Guest: SI.com/Eagle Maven’s Ed Kracz, on what went into the hire, can he fix Carson Wentz, the team still thought they’d h…
 
Hour 2 – Steve says he’d take the Texans job over the Eagles job, but he doesn’t believe any of the Carson Wentz reports. He also says Penn State just needs a win to get back in the Big Ten race, and Steve also took today’s Inauguration Day as a message of making sure we help each other.Matt Catrillo による
 
Wednesday 1/20/21 Hour 1 -Topics: Jim Ferry fined for Purdue postgame comments, we still don’t know what kind of team Penn State is, and the officials handled the end of the first half well. Plus, Philip Rivers retires.Matt Catrillo による
 
Hour 2 – Guests: WFAN’s Sweeny Murti, he hopes the Mets GM situation starts a conversation soon and why we just found out about the incident, can the Mets get George Springer, Yankees offseason, and more; Steelers Wire/USA Today’s Neal Coolong, on the Steelers offseason, his picks for Championship Sunday, and more.…
 
The Bob Jones University Bruins women’s volleyball team secured their third consecutive NCCAA DII National Championship last week. The Bruins beat Dallas Christian College in a five-set thriller. To celebrate this accomplishment, I invited two of the key players from that team—Victoria Glaze and Brittany Annand—to my office to talk about not only t…
 
Bob Jones University is blessed with so many staff and faculty members who had an amazing career before God called them to minister at BJU. Mike Buiter is no exception. Mike—who now serves as the Dean of the School of Business—began his career in business at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and God eventually allowed him to become the Vice President for Fin…
 
November 3rd, 2020 is a big day in the United States as Americans will vote to elect the next president of the United States. To say that this is an anxious time for America would be an understatement. It’s also a very conflicting time for Christians because we’re living with a variety of emotions and thoughts about the future. Friends, God is in c…
 
How many people do you know who have been positively impacted by the ministry of a Christian summer camp? I spent almost 30 years serving as the staff evangelist and the camp director at Northland Camp and Conference Center, and during that time, I saw God work powerfully in the lives of thousands of campers. God saved our student host, Sarah Rumpf…
 
Perseverance is a quality that the Bob Jones University students are learning and practicing as we crossed the mid-point of this semester. God has truly blessed us and has allowed the University family to remain mostly healthy. Please continue to pray for his protection for our students, faculty and staff. In today’s episode, I talk with students a…
 
It’s been a busy couple of weeks here on the campus of Bob Jones University! As most of you know, this September 11th was the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that forever changed our country. That day, 2,977 people lost their lives. To commemorate this somber anniversary, BJU set up several memorials to honor and remember the victims of t…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast is proud to host KSR's resident thespian, Steve Zahn. An actor whose career has spanned decades in Hollywood explained what drives him and why he will never leave Kentucky. A hilarious guest, you'll enjoy hearing his thoughts on Kentucky football and his acting career, such as... Getting offered a part vs. auditioning for a p…
 
Are you ready for some football? The NFL season kicks off Thursday nighty when the defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs host the Houston Texans. To prepare you for the 2020 season, Matt is joined by his former Sunday NFL Countdown co-hosts Geoff Schwartz and Myron Medcalf to break down all 32 NFL teams ahead to what will be a season unl…
 
One of my favorite aspects of this podcast is the opportunity to get to know the students who helps me host the show. In this short bonus episode, I’m happy to introduce you to our new host for this year—Sarah Rumpf, a senior communications major from Massachusetts. Be sure to stay tuned to this podcast feed to get Sarah’s perspective on the import…
 
It’s good to be back! After a bit of a summer lull, I’m excited to more consistently talk to you through this podcast again. In this new episode, I have a great conversation with Dr. Neal Cushman, the new Dean of the Bob Jones University Seminary. In our conversation, Dr. Cushman and I discuss the history of the seminary, and its new and exciting i…
 
Matt Jones is joined by Rick Sanders, a former Kentucky State Police Commissioner and current Police Chief in Jeffersontown, to discuss recent events from the perspective of a 40-plus-year veteran in law enforcement.Among the topics? Controversial videos involving police officers, the national spotlight of certain cases, ongoing protests, and much …
 
The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes on Charles Booker, Kentucky’s youngest Black state lawmaker, a current legislator in the Kentucky House of Representatives, and a recent candidate in Kentucky’s Democratic primary for the 2020 U.S. Senate race. Booker joins Matt to discuss his decision to run for office, his narrow loss to Amy McGrath, his quick rise…
 
I look forward to welcoming the BJU community back to campus as we return to on-campus, in-person classes for fall 2020. As we begin the semester, the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and community continues to be our highest priority. We’re making plans based upon the best and most recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Cont…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes on Bobby Bones, a national radio personality and two-time NYT best seller, to discuss life as a prominent radio host in Nashville, incorporating politics into shows, and being a fan of the Arkansas Razorbacks, among other topics. Highlights: Bones discusses his time watching the Kentucky Senate race from afar and the…
 
Dr. Steve Pettit welcomes to his office Dr. Neal Ring – the Bruins Athletic Director – to discuss the news that the BJU Bruins have been approved for provisional NCAA Division III membership. What does this news mean and what will change within the Bruins athletic department? Dr. Pettit and Dr. Ring answer those questions and share some history of …
 
The Big Blue Nation's favorite voice in all of broadcasting has taken his talents to The Matt Jones Podcast. Tom Hart from the SEC Network has an extended conversation with KSR's fearless leader, discussing topics like...-- Hart's broadcasting mantra is the exact opposite of a "broadcast puker."-- What he learned about the BBN in the Bahamas. -- Th…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes on Joe Sonka, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Courier-Journal, to break down the recent protests in Louisville and this week's Senate race. Highlights: Recent criticism of Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer coming from both sides of the aisle The latest in the Breonna Taylor case Will the officers involved be …
 
The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes on Steve Romines, a longtime lawyer, legal expert, and friend of KSR, to break down all the legal implications of the last three weeks of protest and his analysis of the Breonna Taylor and David McAtee cases. Highlights: What it's like to watch the ongoing protests through the eyes of an attorney The lasting implicat…
 
Welcome to the Kentucky football edition of The Matt Jones Podcast. Up first, Matt is joined by Kentucky defensive end Josh Paschal who details the Wildcats' return to campus and the events of last week's Black Lives Matter protest. Randall Cobb described how Mark Stoops' actions that day earned his respect as the UK great reflects on changes in th…
 
PAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWL The Mouth of the South is on The Matt Jones Podcast. Paul Finebaum, the star of the SEC Network, joins one of his regular fill-ins to talk about college football's return from the coronavirus pandemic. Highlights: -- Finebaum wasn't always the beloved voice of the SEC.-- How Finebaum carefully navigated sports and politics o…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes on ESPN staff writer and radio personality Myron Medcalf to break down recent events in Minneapolis, the latest in the world of college basketball, and when we could see a return to action Highlights: Stories of co-hosting ESPN Radio's Countdown to Kickoff together during the NFL season Medcalf's early start covering…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes on Ryan McGee, ESPN senior writer and co-host of the Marty & McGee podcast, to break down the latest in the world of college football and when we could see a return to action. Highlights: Is there more of a push to start college football than other sports? The outside forces at schools making things complicated The d…
 
As protests continue across the country, The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes on Dr. Ricky Jones, a Courier-Journal columnist, host of The Ricky Jones Show and chair of the University of Louisville's Department of Pan-African Studies. Ricky provides perspective on race relations in Louisville and throughout America that you will not be able to find anyw…
 
*WARNING: The episode contains explicit language.*The Matt Jones Podcast welcomes one of ESPN's brightest young stars. Mina Kimes does a little bit of everything for the four-letter network. She is a regular on Around the Horn and Highly Questionable and hosts two podcasts, ESPN Dailyand the NFL-centric Mina Kimes Show. She discussed her rise throu…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast has relaunched in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. The opening week continues with another one of Matt's longtime friends, Gregg Doyel. The former CBS Sports writer and current columnist for the Indianapolis Star discussed how he's evolved as a writer through his own personal growth. Highlights:-- Is Gregg now a homer?-…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast keeps on rolling through the coronavirus pandemic as one of Matt's longtime friends, Bomani Jones, joins the program. The ESPN television and radio personality provides a perspective on sports and culture you can't find anywhere else. Matt and Bomani answer a few important and pertinent questions, like...-- Can pro athletes p…
 
The Matt Jones Podcast is back. To kick off another round of podcasts, Matt Jones invites his old buddy Tony Vanetti onto a Zoom conversation to talk about what's happened since coronavirus shut down the world. He also asked Tony to look at his butt. Just another normal day at Kentucky Sports Radio. Highlights: -- Have our brains been changed by ce…
 
Dr. Kevin Oberlin – Associate Dean of The School of Religion at BJU – joins me in my office to discuss how churches and pastors are continuing to shepherd their congregations even though many are unable to meet together. Dr. Oberlin also shares a ministry that he leads called the "Pastor's Prayer Huddle." I hope this conversation encourages you to …
 
We named this podcast Highest Potential because we wanted to share stories of how BJU helps students reach their highest potential for God’s glory. In this episode, we’ll be talking with someone who has dedicated much of his life to helping his constituents reach their highest potential. Having served in the United States Senate since 2013, Senator…
 
As the school year winds down, I wanted to feature several students from Bob Jones University's 2020 senior class. I'm very proud of these students and their fellow seniors. They've overcome many obstacles this semester – including the coronavirus, remote classes and a postponed commencement. I'm looking forward to seeing how God uses these young m…
 
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to alter every aspect of our world, it's fair to wonder what the future of higher education will look like. Dr. Steve Pettit talks with Dr. Gary Weier and Dr. Beverly Cormican about how Bob Jones University is adapting to the new reality that coronavirus has presented and how BJU is preparing for the different …
 
Two weeks ago, I welcomed Dr. Amy Hicks and Dr. Bernard Kadio to my office and the podcast. They provided an excellent explanation of coronavirus and how it could alter our world. Unfortunately, the situation in the United States has only gotten worse during the past couple of weeks. On this episode, Dr. Hicks and Dr. Kadio give us an update on how…
 
COVID-19 – also known as coronavirus – has disrupted our world in unprecedented ways. Though Bob Jones University has no diagnosed cases, the virus has still changed the course of this semester as students will finish their academic responsibilities through online means. In this time of fear and misunderstanding, I thought it would be valuable to h…
 
Bob Jones University has raised over $194,000 to purchase a Save the Storks bus for the Carolina Pregnancy Center to use in Spartanburg, South Carolina. This mobile medical unit encourages women who are considering abortion to instead choose life for their unborn baby – and it also provides the opportunity to share the Gospel with those who are los…
 
It's been a wild week for Matt Jones. Taken off the radio after an FEC complaint was filed by Mitch McConnell's people, the man behind KSR took a few days away before getting back in front of a microphone. Matt explains exactly what happened, what was going through his mind at the time and much more during a delightful discussion with his friend, S…
 
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