My question is, Will Entercom move the KUFX calls to 102.1 and create new calls for 98.5? I remember when CBS moved the KBAY calls to 93.3 and created KBAA for 94.5, while simulcasting the AC format. Then CBS moved the KBAY calls back to 94.5 when they sold 93.3.
I remember KBAY and KBAA. You, me, and 7 other radio nerds noticed. KUFX will probably stay in San Jose, and 102.1 will become K_FX. It's not like K-F-O-X is available. I remember that KFOX was a Long Beach AM country station when I was a kid - I haven't checked where it resides now, but if it were available, Rupert Mudroch probably would have grabbed it for KTTV long ago.
It will be interesting to see how Greg Kihn fares in this move. He got into a bit of a kerfuffle a few years ago when he said he was against gay marriage, and when the idea of a K-FOX SF simulcast was first mentioned I said they could probably use Kihn's "political incorrectness" to their advantage, since he'd be a marked (and marketable) alternative to KFOG's laid-back, generally left-leaning morning crew. Time will tell.
I guess Greg Kihn is the Ted Nugent of disc jockeys. I doubt anybody cares much. Remember that this is where Michael Savage first got popular, and KSFO gets decent ratings.