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UK Fans of the Day Want KSR Tour in Bowling Green


It has been a traveling kind of week for the KSR Crew, but we are back in the Bluegrass State and ready to continue with the KSR Tour. Over 1300 of you came to the first half of the tour through the Eastern part of the state, and now it is time for the West and Central parts to show out as well. We begin tomorrow morning at Wright Implement/John Deere in Bowling Green at 10 am (9 Central) for the next live KSR show. Ryan Lemond and I will be there to talk Cats and to give away ticket to a UK BB game courtesy of Halfway through the tour, there are still a number of big games left including Louisville and Florida. Bowling Green was one of our smaller crowds last year and since the show is on delay there (it runs from 3-5), it might be the perfect time to show up and win tickets. So come out, join us, enjoy the show and try to win tickets to one of the biggest UK games of the year. The rest of the schedule of the tour is below.

And by the way, while you are waiting for tomorrow, check out this well-done story by Kyle Tucker’s hair on Mark Stoops’ background and life in Youngstown. It has some interesting anecdotes about our new coach and gave us this high school picture of Stoops below that I really enjoy:


July 15: Bowling Green…..Wright Implement/John Deere
July 16: Morgantown……..Final Finish
July 17: Madisonville……Hudson Toyota Chrysler
July 18: Morganfield…….Verlie’s Restaurant
July 19: Owensboro………Don Moore Toyota

July 22: Glasgow………..Glasgow Country Club
July 23: Danville……….Bluegrass Community Bank
July 24: Maysville………Big Rock ATV Park
July 25: Lexington………Lexington Legends
July 26: Louisville……..Safelite Auto Glass

Article written by Matt Jones

4 Comments for UK Fans of the Day Want KSR Tour in Bowling Green

  1. Scott
    3:05 pm July 14, 2013 Permalink

    This must be Matt’s way of getting everyone to use their 7 day trial subscription before football season gets here. Nobody’s going to pay to read the CJ. I will say if it wasn’t for Kyle they’d have zero people subscribing for the sports storys.

  2. Scott
    3:17 pm July 14, 2013 Permalink

    Can’t wait for Tipton to start scrutinizing this story.

  3. Walden Schmidt
    3:43 pm July 14, 2013 Permalink

    summa dat

  4. Eyes Tea
    4:07 pm July 14, 2013 Permalink

    The courier -Journal officially blows; cork suckers..
    20 opps; then pay?
    Fok that joke of a Gannett business model.
    It is the recipe for their ultimate demise.
    Kyle Tucker is the best part of that rag; and Marty Rosen.
    Most all of the talent departed.
    Check WDRB for news from the ‘ville.