In my NOC, I've got several racks with servers, and a rack that has 2 S4s LAG'd together and running VRRP.
Each server rack has one or two 48 port patch panels at the top. CAT 6 is punched down on the back of the panel and the bundle of cable runs along cable trays above the racks to another patch panel in the S4 rack. The cables are patched in kind (matching number for number) on that panel.
All in all, I think I have about 12 patch panels in my S4 rack. Each server is dual NIC'd and has a connection to both S4s. So it works out like this:
Server 1 in rack 1 is patched to port 1 on the panel. This is connected to the rack 1 panel in the S4 rack. Port 1 is patched to S4.
All that not withstanding, if you need more ports you have a different problem. Another core switch would be my answer to that problem. Or, if you have room for option modules on your S4 blades or could get more port dense blades that would be preferrable.