More Space. More Possibilities.
With ample space and just the right amenities, Courtyard Lexington North offers more ways to make your experience exceed the ordinary. Our hotel has been dramatically re-designed, offering contemporary spaces and enhanced dining options. Features include: – Media Pods with HDTV and complimentary Wi-Fi – The Bistro-Eat.Drink.Connect.â„¢, offering healthy choices for breakfast and dinner, Starbucks® coffee and evening cocktails – Home theater and lounge areas – Outdoor spaces to unwind and relax – Stylish guest rooms designed with modern decor and plush bedding
— Happy New Years Eve, KSR readers! Everyone have big plans tonight? I’ll be ringing in the New Year at Skybar in downtown Lexington, the opposite of what the Kentucky basketball team is doing to welcome 2014. The Cats are putting in work all day/night during Camp Cal with no time for celebration, seen here in this photo from @KentuckyMBB:
Free throws and wall sits over champagne and kisses.
— That Alex Poythress dunk over Marcus Lee was filthy. Who wants to see more of that from Alex in games? **Raises hand.**
— The 247Sports Crystal Ball predictions for Matt Elam are still moving further and further in Kentucky’s direction, now sitting at 60 percent ahead of Alabama. The John Hardin defensive tackle is four days away from announcing his final decision and confidence is high around the state that he’ll stay home to attend the University of Kentucky. As Chris mentioned in his recruiting roundup earlier today, Kentucky quarterback signee Drew Barker isn’t betting his life on it but he expects his good friend to join him in UK blue. At this point I believe Alabama would be the surprise pick, one that would devastate Kentucky football fans.
— Josh Hutcherson’s appearance in Rupp Arena continues to make national headlines and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down. The photos were featured this morning on Good Morning America and on popular websites such as Perez Hilton, New York Daily News and ABC News. I know The Hunger Games series is big — the first movie grossed over $691 million worldwide and was the highest-selling DVD of 2012 — but who knew his visit to the Louisville game would be such a big story? Move over, Ashley. There’s a new star in Big Blue Nation. (Still love you, Ashley.)
— This video of the Wisconsin football team reacting to Randall Cobb’s game-winning touchdown makes me like the Wisconsin football team.
That poor Bears fan in the middle.
— On today’s podcast we reminisced back on 2013, discussed the future of Chane Behanan, and urged our listeners to Pay It #McForward today by buying a meal for a complete stranger. The response to the #McForward movement has been overwhelming. Listen to the story that got it started and more, online at TalkRadio1080.com.