Ryan Lemond putts for prison on Monday evening, and his jail cell is finally ready to go at KSBar and Grille.
Thanks to the help of Casey Clark at Clarkmanship, Ryan will have a mini fortress to himself, toilet and all, if (and when) he misses any putts on Monday.
Here are just a few photos of the KSR co-host’s temporary living situation next week:
Glenn Maxwell set to captain Stars in BBL
Wednesday December 12, 2018
Mercurial Australian ODI and T20 all-rounder Glenn Maxwell will take over as captain of the Melbourne Stars for the eighth edition of the BBL. The 30-year-old replaces fast bowler John Hastings, who held the role last season but had signed with the Sydney Sixers before a rare lung condition forced him into retirement. Maxwell, who […]
Drew Franklin is obviously very excited:
The top 50 NRL players of 2018: 40-31
Monday October 15, 2018
In the second part of my series running through the top 50 players in the NRL, we move through players 40-31 on the list, with more big changes from the start of the year. » Part 1 (50-41) 40. Anthony Milford (Brisbane Broncos) Rank at start of season: 12 Milford has taken one of the […]
Holy Santa Claus shit Ryan’s jail is awesome. pic.twitter.com/NUkuBIf1OE
— Drew Franklin (@DrewFranklinKSR) May 17, 2019
There was something about the Broncos versus Roosters clash that led many to believe Brisbane had more than a hope in Hades. I’m not quite sure why, considering the Roosters 8-1 record and the Broncos’ rather questionable recent form. Yet, to their credit, Brisbane lifted and challenged the Roosters from the outset. It was to […]
If you want to see how Ryan is preparing for his one shining moment, his Periscope is still available from his practice session a few days ago.
Ryan vs Drew putting challenge https://t.co/T21rllQ3UB
— Ryan Lemond (@ryanlemond) May 15, 2019
I’d bet a pretty penny that he ends up staying multiple nights in that cell.