The Bobby Petrino Shows Airs on 790 KRD In 2018

The Louisville Football coach will be on Cards Radio 790 KRD at 6pm most Thursdays and select Wednesdays this season live from Sport & Social Club at 4th Street Live.

Ramsey & Rutherford will be broadcasting live from Sport & Social Club from 3pm-6pm before The Bobby Petrino Show each week too.  Here is more information on the show for the 2018 season:

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Bobby Petrino Radio Show, originating from The Sports & Social Club at Fourth Street Live!, will kick off a new season of University of Louisville football when the popular event begins Thursday at a new time.

The Sports & Social Club, located at 427 S. Fourth Street, once again will again be the exclusive location for all 12 broadcasts. New this season, all shows will air live from 6-7 p.m. and can be heard on 790 WKRD AM and GoCards.com.

Shows will take place on Thursday, except for the Oct. 3 and Nov. 7 broadcasts. The date of the Thanksgiving week program, which will preview the rivalry game against the Kentucky, has yet to be determined.

Jody Demling, serving as the show’s host, will discuss the season with Petrino and selected players.

To book reservations for each show, email info@sportsandsocialclub.com or call The Sports & Social Club at (502) 568-1400.

Fans are encouraged to arrive early. Parking is available in the Fourth Street Live! Garage, which is adjacent to Fourth Street Live!, located on Fifth St. between Liberty St. and Muhammad Ali Blvd.

The Cardinals open the season on Sept. 1 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida, versus Alabama at 8 p.m.

2018 Coach Bobby Petrino Radio Show Schedule 
6 p.m. – 7 p.m. | The Sports & Social Club @ 4th Street Live!

  • Thursday - August 30
  • Thursday – September 6
  • Thursday – September 13
  • Thursday – September 20
  • Thursday – September 27
  • Wednesday – October 3
  • Thursday – October 11
  • Thursday – October 25
  • Thursday – November 1
  • Wednesday – November 7
  • Thursday – November 15
  • Week of 11/19 – TBA

Photo Credit: Getty Images / Michael Hickey

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