Ah, Lincoln Park. The bougie-est neighborhood in Chicago, where all the homes are three-level brownstones covered in ivy, all the women are hot moms wearing Lululemon, all the dads work from sun up to sun down in the Loop, and all the kids know how to do yoga and where the closest bus stop is to the zoo. A Sunday morning in Lincoln Park will involve brunch at Orange, a stroll on North Avenue beach, and definitely NOT listening to Linkin Park, who are not from Chicago at all. Oh, and reading the latest links on KSR, of course. Hot and fresh out the kitchen.
-Coach Cal didn’t get to drive his pace car last night because the Quaker 400 was postponed. It was rescheduled for noon today- if the weather cooperates.
-John Clay gives an overview of the history of offensive coordinators at UK. It’s not all sunshine and roses.
-If a Kentucky player isn’t on a team, does the team still play games? Apparently. The USA U-19 team (sans Harrison twins, Randle, etc) coasted to an easy 88-29 victory over the Ivory Coast. Check out how the Cats’ future competition played.
–“The Night the NBA Draft Got Drunk.” Grantland. No further explanation needed.
–Former UK baseball star Braden Kapetyn has retired from baseball… at age 23. I’m 23. Can I retire yet?
-And finally, A’dia Mathies scored ten points in her debut game for the LA Sparks in the WNBA. Wahoo.