On this episode of The Bluebloods, we kickoff our "BIG-12 in 30 Days" theme with the Kansas State Wildcats. We are joined by four-time Kansas Sportscaster of the Year, and the Voice of the Kansas State Wildcats, Wyatt Thompson. We breakdown the 2020 season, the return of Skyler Thompson, Bill Snyder's legacy, Chris Klieman, and preview the future of Kansas State Football. All this and more right here on The Bluebloods!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-bluebloods/support
Wyatt Thompson is not unlike many people who fill his role for colleges and universities around the country. As the play-by-play voice for the school’s athletic teams, he’s expected to be the teams’ biggest fan while maintaining fairness. It’s a delicate balance, but Wyatt pulls it off beautifully. He follows a long line of successful broadcasters at Kansas State, and he has won the Kansas Sportscaster of the Year Award four years in a row, and six times in his 19 years in the role. He’s as nice away from the court or field as he is enthusiastic in action. He joins “Sports Connections” to give us some insight about his love for his Wildcats and the role he fills.
The Voice of the Wildcats Wyatt Thompson Joins the Show!
Settling the Score with Colin Settle
A very special thanks to Wyatt Thompson for spending time talking with me! Hosted by Colin Settle Social Media:Twitter:https://twitter.com/Colin_Settle /https://twitter.com/ScoreSettlingFacebook Page:https://www.facebook.com/SettlingtheScore91.9/
On the Block: Bulldog News || Top Five with Wyatt Thompson || ONE-on-ONE with Jordan Kwiecinski
Drake Sports Media Podcast
With two weeks until the scheduled regular season opener, Michael Admire brings you the Bulldog News then counts down the Top Five Topics with Kansas State radio broadcaster, Wyatt Thompson. Plus, we continue to get to know the new guys as Jordan Kwiecinski comes On the Block.
Wyatt Thompson joins John to break down why K-State's win over Oklahoma wasn't as surprising as you'd think. Also, why Skylar Thompson deserves more respect no matter what happens the rest of the season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Kansas City Profiles Presented by Easton Roofing-Persistent, Patient, and Passionate-Wyatt Thompson
Danny Clinkscale: Reasonably Irreverent
A son of the state of Kansas, Wyatt Thompson covered a lot of it in building a career that moved to Colorado, and then back to be the voice of the school he grew up rooting for. An energetic, thoughtful and fascinating conversation.
Life of Fitz: A Cancer Warrior's Conversations about Life
This edition of the Life of Fitz podcast features host Tim Fitzgerald calling his good friend Wyatt Thompson across town in Manhattan. Thompson is entering his 19th school year as Kansas State’s Voice of the Wildcats, the title carried by a long line of sports play-by-play announcers. Being called the Voice of the Wildcats comes with incredibly high expectations from a fan base who has enjoyed some of the best talents in the radio business. Thompson came to K-State from Colorado State, following athletic director Tim Weiser from CSU once he threw the door open to a negotiation for the athletic department’s radio rights, and K-State fans have grown to love his style. It’s his voice associated with the highlights from Kansas State’s historic 2003 Big 12 football championship victory over Oklahoma, numerous big bowl wins and a couple of trips to the Elite Eight of the NCAA basketball tournament. For every current Kansas State student, it was Thompson’s voice they heard if they listened to a K-State sporting event on the radio during their childhood.***Tim Fitzgerald is a sports journalist who writes, does TV, radio and is a long-time podcaster. He has served as publisher of GoPowercat.com, a website that focuses on Kansas State sports, for more than 20 years. Fitz also has stage 4 prostate cancer, so his doctors have advised him to stay home and lay low. Welcome to his life and the Life of Fitz podcast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices