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KLXK eventually decided to attack KQRS from another front.
On January 28, 1992, 93.7 flipped to hard rock with the call sign KRXX ("93X").
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The new KEGE-FM call letters were soon registered for the new station.
The move to create The Edge was due to the growing popularity of modern rock format nationwide, and to thwart Cargill Communications pending plans to roll out the format on the new Rev 105.
The Edge came on the air almost two years after KJJO switched to country music, and it did what KJ104 couldn't - it became a massive ratings success.
At one point, KEGE had the highest overall Arbitron market ratings of any modern rock station in the country.