What Guys REALLY Look for in a Girlfriend (Ladies, take notes and learn something!)

On today’s show, we talked about The Top 10 Qualities Men Are Secretly Looking For In A Girlfriend, courtesy of What makes the perfect girlfriend? Is she the girl next door with gorgeous good looks and double-Ds? Well, not exactly. Contrary to what you might think, most guys aren’t looking for a supermodel. They’re just looking for their perfect match: a woman who’s down-to-earth, sweet and sensitive to his needs.

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We also talked about How to Celebrate After a Final Exam, courtesy of A final exam can be a stressful event for many reasons: the studying, wondering if you’re answering the questions correctly, worrying about the grade you’re going to get and how that grade is going to affect your final grade for the class. When all is said and done, no matter what the result of the test is, breathe a sigh of relief that you made it through the stress and celebrate your hard work.

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Boston blasts site reopens– Nine days after terrorists turned Boylston Street into a gruesome scene of carnage, the city of Boston is taking it back. Workers replaced missing bricks and patched up concrete just before opening the area to pedestrian traffic Wednesday morning. It’s another sign that Boston is recovering from the dual bombings that killed three and wounded hundreds more, but the impact of the blasts is far from over.

Car bomb explodes outside French embassy in Tripoli– A car bomb exploded just outside the French Embassy in Tripoli early Tuesday morning, injuring two French security guards and a Libyan girl, officials said. The blast was so powerful it blew the front wall off the embassy. Homes can cars adjacent to the embassy sustained heavy damage, and the windows of nearby buildings in this upscale, largely residential neighborhood were also blown out.

Texas fertilizer plant owner sued over deadly explosion– The owner of the fertilizer company in West, Texas, that exploded and killed at least 14 people this week is being sued by four separate insurance companies and a woman whose apartment and vehicle were destroyed in the blast. 

Roswell mom accused of DUI with child in car– A Roswell woman was arrested for allegedly driving drunk with her daughter in the car early Sunday. 

UWG might become regional university– The current draft of the University System of Georgia Policy of Institutional Function and Mission classifies the University of West Georgia as a regional University, the school announced Tuesday. This draft policy, discussed by the Board of Regents this month, has not yet been approved by vote.


Right Now: Partly cloudy. Feels like 65°. Humidity is at 61%. Pressure is 30.09 in.

Today:60% chance of evening showers and storms. High of 74° and a low of 56°.

Thursday: Mostly sunny and cooler. High of 69° and a low of 48°.

Friday: Mostly Sunny and pleasant. High of 74 and a low of 48°.

**(Courtesy of WSB-TV Severe Weather Team 2Based on update at 9:52 a.m. EST.)


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Wolves Baseball remain above .500 with a 23-21 record and now move to 11-11 in conference play. UWG’s next game is on the road in Dahlonega, GA against North Georgia College and State tomorrow at 5pm

Wolves Softball will play on back-to-back days to close out the regular season. Head coach Mandy Harris announced Tuesday that Wednesday’s game against Shorter in Rome has now been moved to Friday and the return visit that was scheduled for Saturday has been moved to Thursday.


NFL draft: 10 things to watch for during draft– Since 1936, the NFL has picked the best of college football to join the pro league. From the very first pick — Jay Berwanger, who also was the first bust, never playing a down in the NFL — to last year’s No. 1, Andrew Luck, the draft has always offered plenty of intrigue for teams and fans. The draft is THIS Thursday on ESPN at 8p.m.


Hawks look to even the series against the Pacers TONIGHT in Indiana for Game 2 starting at 7:30pm. For the Hawks, Game 2 isn’t just a chance to get even with the Pacers; it’s a brand new opportunity. Stealing a win on the road in this first-round playoff series would send Atlanta home for Games 3 and 4 with that all-important split on the road.


Braves rewrote the history books while blasting three homers in two innings to top the Rockies, 10-2, and complete a clean and cold sweep of the twin bill. Juan Francisco, B.J. Upton and Justin Upton all homered off Rockies starter John Garland in the span of two innings, giving the Braves five runs in the fourth and fifth innings after Colorado took a 1-0 lead in the third. It was Justin’s Major League-leading 11th homer, following hard on the heels of B.J.’s third and marking the first time big league brothers had gone back to back in 75 years.


Lauryn Hill Tax Evasion Sentencing Delayed, Judge Calls Case "A Criminal Matter"

Lauryn Hill Tax Evasion Sentencing Delayed– Lauryn Hill isn’t quite off the hook just yet. The “Doo Wop” singer, who pleaded guilty to three years’ worth of tax evasion during a court case in June 2012, is still waiting to find out what the final sentencing for her crimes will be, a federal judge decided on Monday, Apr. 22. Hill, 37, has thus far only paid $50,000 of the total $554,000 she owes in retribution.

Gwyneth Paltrow Tops People’s 2013 Most Beautiful List– You already knew she was beautiful, but now People has made it official, putting Gwyneth Paltrow at the top of the magazine’s annual list of beautiful people, and naming her the World’s Most Beautiful Woman. Gwyneth takes the reins from her pal Beyoncé, who received the honor last year, just a few months after giving birth to her first child, Blue Ivy.

Lance Armstrong Sued by U.S. Justice Department– Lance Armstrong isn’t finished with the flogging he’s received since admitting last year to taking performance-enhancing substances. This time, it’s from the U.S. Justice Department. The department filed formal charges Tuesday against Armstrong and his company, Tailwind Sports, for taking millions from the U.S. Postal Service for his cycling team.

‘Teen Mom’ Star Jenelle Evans Arrested for Heroin Possession– Jenelle Evans just can’t seem to stay on the straight and narrow. The 21-year-old “Teen Mom 2” star was arrested in North Carolina on Tuesday for possession of heroin with intent to manufacture, sell, or distribute as well as assault after a domestic dispute with her husband Courtland Rogers brought police to the pair’s home.


Actress Shirley MacLaine is 79.

Actress-singer-director Barbra Streisand is 71.

Drummer Doug Clifford of Creedence Clearwater Revival is 68.

Actor Eric Bogosian is 60.

Actor Michael O’Keefe is 58.

Actor-comedian Cedric the Entertainer is 49.

Actor Djimon Hounsou is 49.

Actor Eric Balfour is 36.

Singer Kelly Clarkson is 31. Singer-bassist Tyson Ritter of All-American Rejects is 29.

Actor Derek Luke is 39.

Miss Alabama 2012 Katherine Webb is 24.

French fashion designer Jean Paul Galtier is 61.

Atlanta Braves legend Chipper Jones is 41.


Today’s Bacon Report is brought to you by Today’s recipe is Glazed Bacon-and-Cheese-Filled Burgers. A new perspective on an iconic cookout classic? Yes, please!


Sanford radio show taken off college station after NC Rep. complains– A Lee County community college stopped airing a radio talk show this month after a state lawmaker took issue with an online post a radio host wrote criticizing the lawmaker. A legislative assistant for State Rep. Mike Stone, wrote the president of Central Carolina Community College on April 3 asking what the school’s affiliation was with “The Rant,” a weekly radio show hosted by three former Sanford-area journalists on the college’s FM radio station WDCC, 90.5. Stone is a Sanford Republican serving his second term in the state legislature. After questioning the show’s affiliation with the college, Susan Phillips, Stone’s legislative assistant, followed up with another email the next day saying that Stone had questions about the station’s radio programming, budget and source of funding. (Click here to read that email chain.) Central Carolina Community College is one of the state’s 58 community colleges that depend on the N.C. legislature for funding.


Not all of the community college’s trustees felt the program should have been suspended. Tony Lett, who is serving his fourth four-year term, wrote in an email to the entire board of trustees that if Stone was so bothered by the blog post, he should have come on as a guest of the Rant radio show to talk about the bills. “I wonder if Mr. Stone has heard of our Constitution and the First Amendment concerning freedom of speech,” Lett wrote in an email sent Thursday morning. He added, “Why does he (Stone) fear criticism of the decisions he is making?”

Well, that’s it for today’s show!

Be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as we will give you the usual rundown of news, sports,
weather, & entertainment. Plus, we’ll have two new Bacon Reports to keep you in the know! Hope
you guys & gals have an awesome Hump Day!

Until tomorrow… Rock on, West Georgia!


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Posted by on April 24, 2013 in Uncategorized


The Definitely/Maybe of Summer Love with a Side of Bacon


On today’s show, we talked about the 10 Signs You’re Definitely, Maybe in Love, courtesy of College Something I have always wondered for my entire adolescence is how the heck do you know when you’re in love? How do you distinguish between “puppy love” or lust or real, full blown committed love? How do we know when we’re really, truly in love? You don’t know when, you don’t know how, you don’t know why. It just happens.

Oh my… look at the time! It’s time for your daily updates to keep you in the know!


(Federal Bureau of Investigation, File/ Associated Press ) - FILE - This file photo provided Friday, April 19, 2013 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation shows Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. A court official says Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the surviving suspect in the bombings, is facing federal charges and has made an initial court appearance in his hospital room, Monday, April 22, 2013.

Boston bomb suspects apparently motivated by religion; no terrorist group ties seen– The two brothers suspected of bombing the Boston Marathon appear to have been motivated by their religious faith but do not seem connected to any Muslim terrorist groups, U.S. officials said Monday after interrogating the severely wounded younger man.

Bail Hearing Set for 2 Men in Canada Terror Plot– Two men face a bail hearing Tuesday after their arrest on charges of plotting a terrorist attack against a Canadian passenger train with support from al-Qaida elements in Iran, authorities said. The case has raised questions about Shiite-led Iran’s murky relationship with the predominantly Sunni Arab terrorist network.

TSA delays its move to loosen restrictions on small knives on planes– The Transportation Security Administration said it is delaying the implementation of a new controversial policy that would allow small knives on planes. In March, TSA Administrator John Pistole announced passengers would soon be allowed to carry previously-banned pocket knives and other items onto planes.

Police still trying to determine cause of fatal wreck– Police are continuing to investigate a wreck that claimed the life of a mother and daughter Thursday night in Carrollton.

Police seek suspect in BP robbery– Police are looking into the armed robbery of a Carrollton gas station that occurred Sunday morning.  According to a police report, a man wearing a dark hoodie and white mask walked into the Southside BP convenience store on Highway 27 just south of Walmart at about 4 a.m. on Sunday.


Right Now: Cloudy. Feels like 53°. Humidity is at 59%. Pressure is 30.22 in.

Today: Mostly Sunny and warm. High of 72° and a low of 47°.

Wednesday: 50% chance of evening showers. High of 75° and a low of 56°.

Thursday: Mostly sunny and cooler. High of 70° and a low 51°.

**(Courtesy of WSB-TV Severe Weather Team 2. Based on update at 8:52 a.m. EST.)


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Wolves Baseball remain above .500 with a 23-21 record and now move to 11-11 in conference play. UWG’s next game is on the road in Dahlonega, GA against North Georgia College and State tomorrow at 5pm

Wolves Softball has four remaining games this season, taking on GSC newcomer Shorter on Wednesday in Rome and on Saturday in Carrollton. 


Braves– The third snowout in eight days Monday at Coors Field put the marquee match-up between the two teams with the Majors’ best records (13-5) temporarily on ice, forcing the Braves and the surprising Rockies to play two this afternoon in a split doubleheader. Atlanta, however, will be without right fielder Jason Heyward, who underwent an appendectomy on Monday. The club did not release a timetable for his recovery.


NFL draft: 10 things to watch for during draft– Since 1936, the NFL has picked the best of college football to join the pro league. From the very first pick — Jay Berwanger, who also was the first bust, never playing a down in the NFL — to last year’s No. 1, Andrew Luck, the draft has always offered plenty of intrigue for teams and fans. The draft is this Thursday on ESPN at 8p.m.


Hawks look to even the series against the Pacers this Wednesday in Indiana for Game two starting at 7:30.


FILE - In this May 1, 2008 file photo, Richie Havens plays at the opening night ceremony during the 61st International film festival in Cannes, southern France. Havens, who sang and strummed for a sea of people at Woodstock, has died at 72. His family says in a statement that Havens died Monday, April 22, 2013, of a heart attack. (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, file)

Havens, 1st Woodstock singer, dies at 72– Richie Havens, the folk singer and guitarist who was the first performer at Woodstock, died Monday at age 72. Havens died of a heart attack in New Jersey, his family said in a statement. He is survived by his three daughters and many grandchildren. A public memorial for Havens will be planned.

Melissa King, former Deleware pageant queen, gets probation for underage alcohol possession– Miss Delaware Teen USA, Melissa King, the 19-year-old who resigned after an online porn video surfaced, was given a year of probation Monday for underage alcohol possession in Maryland. King resigned her pageant title in February after the online sex video surfaced, but denied appearing in the video.

Tara Reid Has Outburst in L.A. Clothing Store– Last week, American Pie actress Tara Reid was reportedly thrown out the L.A. store All Saints after getting into a heated argument with employees. Reid, 37, was denied a discount at the edgy store while shopping for an outfit to wear to the Coachella Music Festival in Indio, California.

Khloe Kardashian Out As X-Factor Co-Host– Khloe Kardashian’s days as co-host of “The X Factor” are officially over. As had been rumored, the reality star will not return for the upcoming third season of the Fox reality series, the network announced on Monday.


Actor David Birney is 74.

Actor Lee Majors is 74.

Director Michael Moore is 59.

Actress Judy Davis is 58.

Actress Valerie Bertinelli is 53.

Comedian George Lopez is 52.

Actress Melina Kanakarede is 46.

Actor Kal Penn is 36.

Singer Taio Cruz is 30.

Celebrity wedding planner David Tutera is 47.

Actor Barry Watson is 39.

Actress Shirley Temple is 85.

WWE Champion John Cena is 36.

Today would’ve been the 449th birthday of William Shakespeare.

Today would’ve been the 77th birthday of Roy Orbison.


Our first Bacon Report is brought to you courtesy of Our first recipe is Chocolate Stout Cake with Ganache & Candied Bacon. Chocolate. Bacon. Beer. All in one delcicious cake. Oh yes, please!

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Our second Bacon Report is brought to you courtesy of Our second recipe is Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes with Bacon and Caramelized Onions. This recipe can be adjusted as you like by adding more or less bacon and onions.

Well, that’s it for today’s show!


Be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as we will give you the usual rundown (news, sports, weather, & entertainment) to keep you in the know. We’ll also have your “WTH” Wednesday! Hope you guys & gals have an awesome Tuesday!

Until tomorrow… Rock on,  West Georgia!


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Posted by on April 23, 2013 in Uncategorized


Earth Day 2013, Finals Week, & the Countdown to Graduation

Rise up, West Georgia!

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On today’s show, we talked about the 6 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day, courtesy of Happy Earth Day, University of West Georgia! Although the list is more geared towards kids, some aspects of this list can be done at any age. For example, Earth Day cards? More geared towards kids. Recycling? Geared towards any and everybody.

We also talked about De-Stress for That Test: A Before and After Guide, also courtesy of In honor of the fact that it is Finals Week and mere days until graduation, this list will give advice on how to de-stress both before AND after that final. Before the test, nervousness can potentially distract you prior to— and even during a test. On the other hand, unfortunately, for some, the stress doesn’t automatically disappear once you hand in your exam — you want to know how you did, what you got right, what you got wrong.

It’s time for your updates to keep you in the know!



Five dead after shooting near Seattle– Five people were killed in a shooting at an apartment complex in the Washington state city of Federal Way, about 20 miles south of Seattle. Police officers arriving on the scene shot a suspect, who has died. Officers responded to an emergency call around 9:30 p.m. Sunday local time where they found two injured men on the ground in the parking lot of the apartment complex.

Magnitude-5.9 earthquake hits Mexico– A magnitude-5.9 earthquake hit central Mexico near the Pacific Coast on Sunday night, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The earthquake was centered more than 200 miles from Mexico City, the USGS said, in the Mexican state of Michoacan.

Bar beating victim waking from coma– A family is seeing signs of hope after a young father was severely beaten outside a Villa Rica bar. At one point this week, Chase Mayfield’s family said it looked like he would not survive. The April 12 beating left him in a coma. Then, he surprised everyone, especially his doctors, by opening his eyes and trying to communicate.

Gas prices drop 21 cents in a month– Metro Atlanta’s average gas price early Monday was 21 cents lower than a month ago, with some stations selling a gallon of regular unleaded for as much as 17 cents below the $3.31 average. The cheapest gas in the area is $3.14 a gallon at several Flash Foods locations in the Fayetteville area, according to, a website that tracks how much we pay to fill up our tanks.


Right now: Partly cloudy. Feels like 55°. Humidity is at 51%. Pressure is 30.3 in.

Today: Partly cloudy and cool. High of 66° and a low of 48°

Tuesday: Partly cloudy and warmer. High of 71° and a low of 47°.

Thursday: Partly cloudy. 40% chance of showers and storms. High of 76° and a low of 56°.

**(Courtesy of WSB-TV Severe Weather Team 2. Based on update at 9:52 a.m. EST.)


UWG Tennis

UWG Tennis finished off the 2012-13 campaign Saturday morning at the Olean Black Underwood Tennis Center in Montegomery, Ala., with a 5-1 loss to the Valdosta State Blazers. The Wolves finish the season with a 5-15 record, marking the most victories in the short history of the return of the program. 

UWG Baseball played the final game of the series against Delta State University yesterday after losing both games Saturday. Delta State pulled away after scoring three runs in the bottom of the fourth and won the game with a final score of 13-4. The Wolves remain above .500 with a 23-21 record and now move to 11-11 in conference play. UWG’s next game is on the road in Dahlonega, GA against North Georgia College and State.

UWG Softball came up with a season split against West Florida on yesterday afternoon, as the Wolves bested the Argonauts 8-6 in the first game, followed by an 11-1 loss in the second game. UWG falls to 15-32 on the season and 7-25 in GSC play, while West Florida moves to 16-22 and 9-15 in conference action. They have four remaining games this season, taking on GSC newcomer Shorter on Wednesday in Rome and on Saturday in Carrollton.  


Braves Robbed by Pirates– Clint Barnes had a pair of run-scoring singles for his first two RBIs of the season, including a tiebreaking hit in the sixth inning that led the Pirates over Atlanta 4-2 for their third straight win over the Braves. Atlanta has lost four of five following a 12-1 start and Medlen lost for first time in 29 regular-season start in which he was given a lead. 


Hawks fall to Pacers– Indy native Jeff Teague led the Hawks with 21 points and seven assists, while Josh Smith had 15 points and eight rebounds. Paul George producing the first postseason triple-double of his career — 23 points, 11 rebounds and 12 assists — and led the Pacers out of their late-season funk and past Atlanta 107-90 in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first-round series.


Al Michaels arrested for alleged DUI– NBC Sports announcer Al Michaels was arrested over the weekend in Southern California on suspicion of drunken driving, authorities said Sunday. Michaels was pulled over at about 9:30 p.m. Friday after officers manning a DUI checkpoint witnessed him make an illegal U-turn, Santa Monica police Sgt. Richard Lewis said. Michaels, the play-by-play man for “Sunday Night Football,” was taken to the station, where he registered a blood-alcohol level over the .08 percent legal limit. He was booked for suspicion of DUI and held for about five hours before being released on his own recognizance


Arnold and Harrell of the rock band "3 Doors Down" perform at halftime during NFL Wild-Card Round playoff football game in Glendale

3 Doors Down bassist charged in fatal crash in Tennessee– The bassist for rock band 3 Doors Down has been charged with vehicular homicide by intoxication after he was involved in a crash that killed another driver, Nashville police said on Saturday.

Reese Witherspoon charged with disorderly conduct– Reese Witherspoon was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge after a state trooper said she wouldn’t stay in the car while her husband was given a field sobriety test in Atlanta. 

Fans sink into Cruise’s ‘Oblivion’ in $38.2M debut– Show him the moonnnnnneeeeyyyy! Movie fans slipped into “Oblivion” as the Tom Cruise sci-fi thriller led Hollywood with a $38.2 million debut, according to studio estimates Sunday. That domestic haul comes on top of $33.7 million “Oblivion” added in overseas markets, where the film began rolling out a week earlier.


Actor Jack Nicholson is 76.

Director John Waters is 67.

Singer Peter Frampton is 63.

Actor Ryan Stiles is 54.

Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is 47.

Actress Sheryl Lee is 46.

TV personality Sherri Shepherd is 46.

Actor Eric Mabiusis 42.

Bassist Shavo Odadjian of System of a Down is 39.

Singer-guitarist Daniel Johns of Silverchair is 34.

Actor Ingo Rademacher (Jax, General Hospital) is 41.

Baseball GM Terry Francona is 53.

Today would’ve been the 91st birthday of producer Aaron Spelling.

Today would’ve been the 90th birthday of iconic pinup model, Bettie Page.


Christian couple maintains abstinence through first two years of marriageYes, you read the headline correctly. Let it be known that I have all the respect in the world for people who choose to wait before marriage. However, I feel that this couple’s choice to continue after marriage has me wondering, “Then why did you two decide to get married?!” All I can say is to each his own. Hell, who am I kidding… that’s a lie. Get ‘er done already!

Jon and Darla Crocker, who dutifully abstained from sex during their 14-month courtship, have remained abstinent after marriage and plan to do so indefinitely. “If it was holy before, it must be double-holy afterwards,” Darla says. They have now completed 25 months of marriage without any sexual contact, going about their normal lives, jobs and social calendar with no hint of relational strain.

Sometimes after dinner they will kiss in the kitchen and “start having bedroom thoughts,” Darla says, but they never fail to pull back. Darla breaks away to spray cool, misted water on her face. Jon eats a whole raw potato to take himself out of the mood. (Say what? Misted water? Raw potato? WHAT THE HELL?!?! Get it together, Crockers! Ain’t nobody got time for that!)


For all the Bacon lovers out there getting ready for their final exams, this one’s for you. To help ease the stress of finals and/or impending graduation, I’m bringing a special Bacon Report to you every day this week. That being said, today’s Bacon Report is brought to you by today’s recipe is Bacon-Wrapped Bananas with Apricot Glaze. Deceptively easy, but absolutely delicious, this dish presents a sweet and savory treat. A splash of lime adds citrus zing and warmed apricot jam gets a kick from a dash of chili. Tally ho!

Well, that’s it for today’s show!

Be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as we will give you the usual rundown of news, sports, weather, & entertainment. Plus, we’ll have two new Bacon Reports to keep you in the know! Hope you guys & gals have an awesome Monday!

Until tomorrow… Rock on, West Georgia!


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Posted by on April 22, 2013 in Uncategorized


Loud Sex, Rejection, & Bacon… Not in That Order

Wakey wakey, West Georgia!

On today’s show, we talked about the 7 Times When Loud Sex Is A Really Bad Idea, courtesy of Loud sex is one of those things that’s only enjoyable for the people having it. For the rest of us, it’s highly uncomfortable. Unless you’re in the middle of the forest or a cheap motel, have some respect for others and try to be discreet for goodness sakes.

7 Times When Loud Sex Is A Really Bad Idea

We also talked about the 5 Things You Shouldn’t Reject A Guy Over, courtesy of You may want to rethink judging him for his less-than-cool profession or lack of style. Some women go a bit overboard in the rejection department and write off potential matches for reasons that I believe are short-sighted and irrelevant to a happy relationship.

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We also talked about the 15 Men You Shouldn’t Even Bother Dating Unless You’re A Glutton For Punishment, courtesy of People aren’t always who they appear to be. After dating a guy for a little while or after getting to know a man for a few weeks, you may realize that he isn’t exactly what you thought or expected him to be. And in the dating pool, there are definitely some men that you want to avoid dating at all costs. (Side note: Many of these can also apply to women. Just saying.)


It’s time for your updates to keep you in the know!


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North Korea tells foreigners in South to take safety measuresNorth Korea issued its latest dispatch of ominous rhetoric Tuesday, telling foreigners in South Korea they should take steps to secure shelter or evacuation to protect themselves in the event of a conflict on the Korean Peninsula.

Shooting spree in Serbia kills 13A gunman went on a shooting spree in the Serbian town of Velika Ivanca on Tuesday, killing at least 13 people, including a small child, according to Police Chief Milorad Veljovic. The town lies roughly 25 miles south of the capital, Belgrade

Police trying to ID pedestrian struck, killed in LilburnLilburn police are trying to identify a man who was struck and killed while crossing a road Sunday.

Police seek shooting suspect– Police are searching for a Carrollton teenager suspected of shooting a man last week. DeAndre Levell Hodges, 17, is wanted for aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.


Right now: Partly Cloudy. Feels like 63°. Humidity is at 81%. Pressure is 30.15 in.

Today: Mostly Sunny. High of 81° and a low of 60°.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy and continued warm. High of 81° and a low of 61°.

Thursday: Cloudy with 70% chance of scattered showers. High of 75° and a low of 62°.

**(Courtesy of WSB-TV Severe Weather Team 2. Based on update at 86:52 a.m. EST.)



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Baseball– The University of West Georgia baseball team prepares to travel to take on the Young Harris Mountain Lions today at 5 pm.

Tennis– With just three matches remaining until the Gulf South Conference tournament, the West Georgia women’s tennis team is looking to build some momentum as they face Lagrange College in a non-conference matchup today at 4pm.

NCAA Basketball

Women’s Championship– With an 83-65 win over the Fighting Irish, the UConn Huskies will face Louisville in the title game TONIGHT at 8:30pm. UConn will be going for its eighth national championship to match Tennessee for the most in women’s basketball history.

Louisville outlasts Michigan to win national championship Luke Hancock produced another huge game off the bench, scoring 22 points, and Pitino became the first coach to win national titles at two schools when Louisville rallied from another 12-point deficit to beat Michigan 82-76 in the NCAA championship game Monday night.


Atlanta Braves– Justin Upton went 4 for 4, including his sixth home run, and Paul Maholm allowed one hit in seven innings to help the Atlanta Braves spoil the Miami Marlins’ home opener Monday night by winning 2-0. The Braves earned their fourth consecutive victory and improved to 6-1, their best start since 2007. The Marlins lost their third game in a row and fell to 1-6, their worst start since 2006. They take on Miami again tonight at 7:10pm.


Hawks will head to Wells Fargo Center to take on the Philadelphia 76res tomorrow night at 7pm.


Blake Shelton Will Officiate Kelly Clarkson's Wedding

Blake Shelton Will Officiate Kelly Clarkson’s Wedding– Wonder if Kelly Clarkson ever imagined her wedding to be a moment like this! The American Idol alum revealed at the ACM Awards on Sunday, April 7, that her country crooner pal Blake Shelton will not only sing at her upcoming wedding — he’ll be officiating!

Jenna Jameson Arrested for Alleged Battery– More legal trouble for Jenna Jameson. The former porn star was arrested for allegedly attacking someone insider her home in Newport Beach, Calif., authorities told the Associated Press. Police told that AP that Jameson’s alleged victim placed her under citizen’s arrest until police arrived.

‘The Talk’ Co-Host Sara Gilbert Announces Engagement to Rocker Linda Perry– Sara Gilbert made a big announcement on “The Talk” today– she recently became engaged to fiancée Linda Perry! Rather than just pop the question casually over dinner, Perry arranged quite an elaborate picnic for the pair at an L.A. park.


Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner is 87.

Actor Dennis Quaid is 59.

Actress-model Paulina Porizkova is 48.

Actress Cynthia Nixon is 47.

Singer Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance is 36.

Actress Keshia Knight Pulliam is 34.

Actor Jay Baruchel is 31.

Actress Leighton Meester is 27.

Singer-actor Jesse McCartney is 26.

Singer Jazmine Sullivan is 26.

Actress Kristen Stewart is 23.


Our first Bacon Report is brought to you by Our first recipe is Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeno Chicken Bites. Add bacon to anything and it will fly off the table. Certainly applies here.Grill up a few of these sizzling treats for a quick appetizer or serve as an entree. If you don’t like it hot, leave out the jalapenos or skimp a bit.

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Our second Bacon Report is brought to you by Our second recipe is Bacon Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies With Maple Glaze. As one reviewer described it, it’s all the flavors that make up the perfect breakfast in one cookie! (Side note: This looks pretty delicious and perfect for those “on-the-go” mornings.)

Well, that’s it for today’s show!


Be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as we will give you the usual rundown (news, sports, weather, & entertainment) to keep you in the know. We’ll also have your What’s New & “WTH” Wednesday! Hope you guys & gals have an awesome Tuesday!

Until tomorrow… Rock on,  West Georgia!


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Posted by on April 9, 2013 in Uncategorized


Post-WOLFstock Motivational Monday

Rise up this morning, West Georgia!

On today’s show, we talked about How to Keep a Woman Happy According to a Bunch of Men, courtesy of One of the top trending topics today is #howtokeepawomanhappy. Oh really? Twitter is going to tell me how I am kept happy? Does this mean in a relationship? In life? In my workplace? What exactly does it take to keep us crazy females happy these days? I would love to know! Thankfully, the bright and ever knowledgable men of the Twitterverse seem to have it all figured out.

We also talked about the top 10 Tips For Picking Up Women, courtesy of Let’s stop pretending. Picking up women is not easy. We’d like to have the confidence to walk into a bar — alone — and separate the prettiest woman from her friends and make her fall in love with us. Emphasis on “we’d like to.” We may never become experts at it, but with more experience and the right guidance, things can, at least, get easier.

Look at the time…it’s time for your updates to keep you in the know!


North Korea may be preparing to test missile, South Korea says–  A top South Korean national security  official said Sunday that North Korea may be setting the stage for a missile  test or another provocative act with its warning that it soon will be unable to  guarantee diplomats’ safety in Pyongyang. But he added that the North’s clearest  objective is to extract concessions from Washington and Seoul.
Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female PM, dead at 87– Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, a towering figure in post-war British and world politics, and the first woman to become British prime minister, has died at the age of 87, her spokeswoman said Monday.
U.S. diplomat died ‘doing what she loved’ in AfghanistanAnne Smedinghoff lived inside a heavily secured compound. But the public diplomacy officer for the U.S. Embassy in Kabul was always pushing to get out.This weekend, the 25-year-old was trying to do just that — delivering books to a school in southern Afghanistan — when a suicide bomber smashed into her convoy Saturday. She is believed to be the first U.S. diplomat killed since the September attack in Benghazi, Libya.
2 shot dead at Canada day care; 53 children safe– A man shot dead another man at a day care center in Quebec then killed himself, and the 53 children present were evacuated unharmed. Police said some may have watched the killings. For a moment, Canada feared its own version of last year’s deadly school shooting in the U.S., where 20 young children were killed.
Rick Warren’s son: lost in ‘wave of despair’– The weekend’s sermon at Saddleback Church was “Surviving Tough Times,” a theme Pastor Rick Warren planned before his youngest son killed himself with a gun Friday. Matthew Warren, 27, committed suicide “in a momentary wave of despair” at the end of a lifetime struggle “with mental illness, dark holes of depression and even suicidal thoughts,” the pastor wrote to the staff of his Southern California megachurch.


Right now: Cloudy. Feels like 59°. Humidity is at 81%. Pressure is 30.14 in.

Today: Partly cloudy. Morning clouds and patchy fog. High of 76° and a low of 57°.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High of 80° and a low of 60°.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy and continued warm. High of 80° and a low of 60°.

**(Courtesy of WSB-TV Severe Weather Team 2Based on update at 8:52 a.m. EST.)



UWG Softball fell in both ends of a Gulf South Conference doubleheader Sunday afternoon, losing game one 11-3 and game two 10-1 to Alabama-Huntsville in Huntsville, Ala. West Georgia falls to 13-24 and 6-18 in GSC play this. The Wolves will play next at home on Thursday against Georgia Southwestern in non-conference action.

UWG Baseball faced off against the Argos of West Florida today at Cole Field to decide the series winner. West Florida jumped out in the first inning and never relinquished their lead as they won the rubber match 9-4. The Wolves fall to 20-17 and 9-8 in the Gulf South Conference. West Georgia travels to Young Harris Tuesday evening for a 5pm starting time.


Atlanta Braves– Tim Hudson pitched six-plus strong innings and added an RBI, and Ramiro Pena hit a two-run single to help the Braves beat the Chicago Cubs 5-1 on Sunday. The three-game sweep ended a 5-1 homestand for Atlanta, which got a solo homer from Dan Uggla in the eighth off Hisanori Takahashi.


Hawks vs. Spurs– Time Duncan had 31 points, 14 rebounds and four blocks to help the short-handed San Antonio Spurs escape with a 99-97 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.

NCAA Championship

Men’s Championship– Louisville and Michigan will meet Monday night in the NCAA championship game. The Cardinals (34-5) have lived up to their billing as the tournament’s top overall seed, blowing through their first four opponents before rallying from a dozen points down in the second half to beat surprising Wichita State 72-68 in the national semifinals.

Women’s Championship– With an 83-65 win over the Fighting Irish, the UConn Huskies will face Louisville in the title game Tuesday night, and it will be an all-Big East affair after the Cardinals rallied to beat California 64-57 in the other semifinal. UConn will be going for its eighth national championship to match Tennessee for the most in women’s basketball history.


Jimmie Johnson Wins– No matter the changes to the car, the tires, or the weather, Martinsville Speedway is Jimmie Johnson’s kind of place. Johnson led a career-best 346 laps Sunday and pulled away on a restart with eight laps to go for his eighth career victory on the shortest track in the Sprint Cup Series, taking over third place on the career victories list on NASCAR’s oldest track.


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Roger Ebert’s Final Moments– Their love story seemed made for the movies. “We were getting ready to go home today for hospice care, when he looked at us, smiled, and passed away,” Chaz Ebert said in a statement Thursday, soon after news of the film critic’s death broke. “No struggle, no pain, just a quiet, dignified transition.”

Fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer dies at 81– The Palm Beach socialite turned designer whose tropical print dresses became a sensation in the 1960s and later a fashion classic, died Sunday. She was 81.

‘NCIS’ star, wife expecting second child– Michael Weatherly, who plays agent Tony DiNozzo on CBS’ NCIS drama, says he and his wife are adding to the family. The couple welcomed daughter Olivia last April. Weatherly has a teen son from his first marriage to The Young and the Restless actress Amelia Heinle.

Wesley Snipes finishes prison time for tax evasion– Wesley Snipes has moved from prison to house arrest. It is reported that the Federal Bureau of Prisons says Snipes was released on April 2 and transferred to the New York Community Corrections Office, which will oversee his home confinement, due to end on July 19.


Rapper Biz Markie is 49.

Actress Robin Wright is 47.

Actress Patricia Arquette is 45.

Actor Taylor Kitsch is 32.

Actor Taran Noah Smith (“Home Improvement”) is 29.


Well, that’s it for today’s show!

Be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as we will give you the usual rundown of news, sports, weather, & entertainment. Plus, we’ll have two new Bacon Reports to keep you in the know! Hope you guys & gals have an awesome Monday!

Until tomorrow… Rock on, West Georgia!


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Posted by on April 8, 2013 in Uncategorized


Countdown to Spring Break 2013

Morning, West Georgia!

On today’s show, we talked about the Must-Play Songs for Your Spring Break Road Trip, thanks to Denon Blog. When going on a road trip to your Spring Break destination, it’s important to always be prepared. Besides making sure you have enough gas in the tank of your car, having all the proper clothes, the right drinks, enough food to feed an army (a partying army, oh yeah!), the main important thing to have for a Spring Break road trip is a good sound system with awesome tunes.

We also looked at Playlists for the perfect spring break road trip, courtesy of The Washington Post. So, it’s spring break. You and your friends load up into whoever’s car can hold the most people (or travel the farthest without breaking down) and head out on the open road. The most important thing to bring along? A decent playlist. A few college journalists (with better taste in music than me) were asked to list off the 10 greatest road trip songs of all time.

As we countdown to Spring Break, we also took a look at some drink recipes, thanks to the Mixology app. As always, whether it’s Spring Break, St. Patrick’s Day, or just another Friday night, please drink responsibly! Don’t consume alcohol if you’re under the age of 21. PLEASE don’t drink and drive. Now, let’s talk some drink recipes! Here’s a few just to get you started: Super Brass Monkey, Five Star GeneralSlamma Jamma, Kryptonite, Three Wise Men & a Dirty Mexican, Black Crack

Time for your updates to keep you in the know!


A few pilgrims are present in St. Peter's Square as night falls on Monday, March 11. Roman Catholic cardinals from around the world will assemble in the Vatican's Sistine Chapel to start the process of electing a new pope on March 12 to replace Benedict XVI, who resigned.

Papal conclave to elect new pope set to begin– The work to choose a successor to retired Benedict XVI begins in earnest Tuesday, as the cardinals charged with the task prepare to be locked away in a secret election, or conclave, in Vatican City.

Recent Korean history reveals a sobering possibility– It may only be a matter of time before North Korea launches a sudden, deadly attack on the South. And perhaps more unsettling, Seoul has vowed that this time, it will respond with an even stronger blow. Humiliated by past attacks, South Korea has promised — as recently as Tuesday — to hit back hard at the next assault from the North, opening up the prospect that a skirmish could turn into a wider war.

Judge blocks NYC large soda ban; Bloomberg vows appeal–  A judge struck down New York City’s ban on large-size sugary beverages on Monday (March 11th), just hours before it was supposed to go into effect today. State Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling said the 16-ounce limit arbitrarily applies to only some sugary beverages and to some places that sell them.

Vick’s book tour canceled– Michael Vick’s book-signing tour has been canceled because of threats against him for running a dogfighting ring. The Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback was scheduled to sign copies of his autobiography “Finally Free,” at Barnes & Noble stores in Atlanta, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The March 26 appearance set for Exton, Pa., was listed as canceled on the company’s website.


Right now: Partly cloudy. Feels like 42°. Humidity is at 67%. Pressure is 29.96 in.

Today: Sunny and cool with a breezy afternoon. High of 58° and a low of 39°.

Wednesday: Sunny with a cold morning and a cool afternoon. High of 54° and a low of 37°.

Thursday: Sunny and cool. High of 57° and a low of 31°.

**(Courtesy of WSB-TV Severe Weather Team 2. Based on update at 9:52 a.m. EST.)


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Wolves Baseball now move to 15-6 on the year and 4-2 in conference. Next up is this Wednesday, March 13, against Georgia College. The game will start at 3 pm in Milledgeville. In the regional rankings, West Georgia was seventh in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers poll and sixth in the rankings.

Wolves Softball matchup with Georgia Southwestern scheduled for 2 pm and 4 pm at University Field has been postponed. The Wolves will now turn their attention to a crucial pair of conference games this weekend, as West Georgia travels to Valdosta State on Saturday followed by a doubleheader with West Florida on Sunday.

Wolves Basketball–  The Women’s team will wait to see if their season will continue as the NCAA Committee selects the NCAA DII Tournament field; a field in which the Wolves currently sit on the bubble among teams eligible.


Big East, Notre Dame agree on exit– Notre Dame and the Big East reached an agreement Tuesday allowing the Fighting Irish to leave the league two years early and join the ACC on July 1. It was reported earlier Tuesday that Notre Dame and the Big East had negotiated a $2.5 million exit fee for the Irish. However, Notre Dame will not have to pay.


2013 World Baseball Classic– Team USA survived a nervous three-game weekend in Phoenix and arrived overnight to join Italy, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico in Pool 2 in the second round of the 2013 World Baseball Classic. The U.S. is the top seed out of this bracket and will play Puerto Rico at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday at Marlins Park. Italy plays the Dominican Republic at 1 p.m. ET. Two-time defending Classic champion Japan and the surprising Kingdom of the Netherlands have already qualified in Tokyo Dome for the semifinals this coming Sunday and Monday at San Francisco’s AT&T Park.

Chipper Jones nixes prospect of putting on pinstripes– The banged-up New York Yankees would love to have him. General manager Brian Cashman even said so Monday, expressing interest in the retired Atlanta Braves star. The eight-time All-Star third baseman quickly ended such talk. “Enough with the rumors!” Jones tweeted. “While I am flattered about the speculation of being enticed out of retirement, I’m happy with life as a bad golfer!”


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Tony Gonzalez gives agent green light to strike deal– Tony Gonzalez hasn’t publicly declared that he will return for a 17th NFL season, but here’s another sign that he apparently is leaning in that direction: The Atlanta Falcons tight end has given his agent, Tom Condon, the green light to talk to the team about a new contract.

Anquan Boldin didn’t expect trade– Anquan Boldin, who is traveling in Africa on a charity mission, told ESPN he was stunned to hear that the Baltimore Ravens traded him to the San Francisco 49ers. Boldin said he learned about the deal when he got off the plane in Africa and saw that he had received several texts congratulating him on the trade.


Atlanta Hawks look to break the streak TONIGHT at 7:30 pm, when they head to the AmericanAirlines Arena to take on the Miami Heat.  Although Atlanta is 0-3 against the reigning NBA champions this season, they’re dangerously close to the No. 8 spot, which would almost certainly mean a first-round matchup with the Heat. The Hawks’ best hope may be a huge performance from Horford, who has posted four straight double-doubles and is averaging 22.9 points on 62.3 percent shooting in his last 13 games.


Golfer OK after sinkhole scare– When it comes to dealing with this divot, score one for golfer Mark Mihal.The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the mortgage broker from Creve Coeur, Mo., is recovering after a sinkhole opened up beneath him Friday on the fairway at the 14th hole of a southwestern Illinois golf course.The pit that swallowed him was 18 feet deep and 10 feet wide.

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Get Ready for More Duggars!– The Duggars are expanding their brood — again! Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s eldest son, Josh, 25, announced Monday morning on the “Today” show that he’s expecting his third child with wife, Anna, 24.

Kelly Osbourne Glad to Be Home Following Five-Day Hospital Stay for SeizureKelly Osbourne is thrilled to be back in her own bed. After having a seizure on March 7 and being hospitalized, the “E! Fashion Police” panelist returned to her Los Angeles home on Monday to finish recuperating.

‘Teen Mom 2’ Star Jenelle Evans Leaves Rehab…Again– For the second time in less than two weeks, Jenelle Evans has quit rehab. On Sunday, reports surfaced that the 21-year-old “Teen Mom 2” star left the North Carolina facility she entered less than a week ago to get treatment for an alleged heroin addiction.


Actress Barbara Feldon is 80.

Singer Al Jarreau is 73.

Singer-actress Liza Minnelli is 67.

Singer James Taylor is 65.

Actor Jon Provost is 63.

Bassist Steve Harris of Iron Maiden is 57.

Singer Marlon Jackson of The Jacksons is 56.

Actor Courtney B. Vance is 53.

Porn star Ron Jeremy is 60.

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is 66.

Actor Emile Hirsch is 28.

Former MLB star Darryl Strawberry is 51.

Actor Aaron Eckhart is 45.

WWE Hall of Famer Mae Young is 90.


Our first Bacon Report is brought to you by Our first recipe is Bacon Walnut Rum Balls. What better way to describe this appetizing dish than walnuts, rum, and bacon… meatball’s drunk uncle!

Our second Bacon Report is alos brought to you courtesy of Our second recipe is Chocolate Bacon Rice Crispy Treats. With the perfect combination of fluffy marshmallow, crispy bacon, and milky chocolate, these little squares will have you wrapped around their metaphorical little fingers.

Our third bacon Report is brought to you by Our third recipe is Dad’s Cheesy Bacon Wrapped Meatloaf. According to one reviewer, it’s great for the cheese and bacon lover. It’s also a huge hit with crowds, even kids!

Our fourth and final Bacon Report is another one brought to you by Our final recipe is Bacon Wrapped Grilled Elk Backstrap. Although I’ve never tried this recipe (or elk for that matter), apparently this is a delicious way to prepare elk. (I guess I’ll take their word for it. For now…)

Well, that’s it for today’s show!


Be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as we will give you the usual rundown (news, sports, weather, & entertainment) to keep you in the know. We’ll also have your “WTH” Wednesday! Hope you guys & gals have an awesome Tuesday!

Until tomorrow… Rock on,  West Georgia!


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Posted by on March 12, 2013 in Uncategorized


You’ve Got to Fight for Your Right… to Rock Out on Motivational Monday!

Rise and shine, West Georgia!


On today’s show, dubbed “Motivational Monday”, we talked about the 5 Little Tips to Help Kick-Start Your Work Week, courtesy of A case of the Mondays is unavoidable. We can’t hit rewind and relive the relaxation of our weekends — but we can eliminate some of the stress with a few tricks to put into practice over the weekend and first thing Monday morning.

We also discussed ( and took) several quizzes, courtesy of The first quiz we took on-air (among others) was How Amazing Are You? What better random quiz to brighten your Monday with? Find out how amazingly awesome you are and rock the socks of an unsuspecting Monday!

Now that we’ve lost an hour thanks to DST, it’s time for your updates to keep you in the know!


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Japan’s cleanup lags from tsunami, nuke accident– Two years after the triple calamities of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster ravaged Japan’s northeastern Pacific coast, debris containing asbestos, lead, PCBs- and perhaps most worrying – radioactive waste due to the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant looms as a threat for the region.

SKorea, US begin drills as NKorea threatens war– South Korea and the United States began annual military drills Monday despite North Korean threats to respond by voiding the armistice that ended the Korean War and launching a nuclear attack on the U.S.

Ohio town mourns 6 teens killed in SUV crash– An SUV carrying eight teenagers that was taking without permission crashed into a guardrail near Warren, Ohio, Sunday morning (March 10th) and flipped over into a swampy pond, killing six of them, all between the ages of 14 and 19.

HOPE grant law would be boost for WGTC–  House legislation passed Thursday, lowering grade requirements for technical college students seeking HOPE grants, would be a major boost for West Georgia Technical College, a school administrator said Friday. House Bill 54 was passed by a 169-1 vote and the bill was sent on to the state Senate for consideration.


Right now: Cloudy. Feels like 57°. Humidity is at 77%. Pressure is 29.99 in.

Today: Cloudy with showers and possible afternoon storms. High of 64° and a low of 51°.

Tuesday: Sunny and cool with a breezy afternoon. High of 60° and a low of 39°.

Wednesday: Sunny, cool, and breezy. High of 57° and a low of 37°.

**(Courtesy of WSB-TV Severe Weather Team 2. Based on update at 9:26 a.m. EST.)


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Wolves Baseball battled back yesterday to win against West Alabama 5-1, as they salvaged the series after losing both ends of the doubleheader on Saturday.

Wolves Softball had a tough end to the weekend, falling in both ends of a Sunday doubleheader with North Alabama at University Field. The Wolves lost the first 11-1 in five innings, then fell 14-11 in 10 innings in the nightcap.

Wolves Basketball:

Women– The UWG Wolves saw an end to their season as the sixth seeded West Alabama Tigers pulled off the upset in the first round of the Gulf South Conference Tournament. The Wolves were done in by a poor shooting performance and ultimately lost the game 58-41. They will wait to see if their season will continue as the NCAA Committee selects the NCAA DII Tournament field; a field in which the Wolves currently sit on the bubble, among eligible teams.

Men–  The UWG men’s basketball team saw an end to their season at the hands of Alabama-Huntsville Thursday evening. The Wolves were defeated 81-68 by a hot shooting performance by the Chargers. The Wolves trailed 38-26 at the half with Hill leading the team in points with nine.The second half was more of the same as the Wolves tried to get back into the contest but UAH was just shooting the ball too well.


Atlanta Braves spring training was business as usual; you win some, you lose some. Chone Figgins, signed to a minor league deal after his release by Seattle, was 4 for 4 with two RBIs in Sunday’s 10-2 win over the Atlanta Braves.


Hawks had a rough weekend against the Celtics in overtime and a 93-80 lost to the Nets on Saturday. Hawks face the Heat tomorrow night at 7:30pm.


Falcons Keep Safety Duo Together– One of the brightest pairings in the NFL on defense will be back together again next season. The re-signing of William Moore means Thomas DeCoud and Moore will patrol the field at safety for a few more seasons. Dimitroff re-signed 2008 draft pick Thomas DeCoud last season, locking him long term for the Falcons. Saturday, the Falcons announced they had agreed to terms with William Moore, an ’09 draft pick that has started with DeCoud in the defensive backfield since 2010.


Image: Golfer Tiger Woods (© AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee).

Tiger wins another WGC at Doral– Tiger Woods won his second tournament of the year Sunday (March 10th) with a two-stroke victory at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Doral. Woods finished at 19-under-par total for the tournament, beating fellow American Steve Stricker.


Baby bumpin'! Holly Madison flashes a smile at the Rock Of Ages opening after party at The Venetian in Las Vegas on January 5, 2013  -- Getty Premium

Holly Madison Defends Baby Name Choice– Holly Madison named her daughter (born on Tuesday) Rainbow Aurora and the new mom has already taken a lot of heat for the unique moniker.

Rihanna Cancels Boston ConcertRihanna has been ordered to “Stay” home! The 25-year-old pop princess has laryngitis and will not be able to perform at a concert scheduled for Sunday night in Boston, Live Nation announced on Sunday.The “Diamonds” singer — who kicked off the tour March 8 in Buffalo, New York — is expected to return to the stage in Baltimore March 12.

Elle Macpherson Engaged– Elle Macpherson has accepted billionaire Jeffrey Soffer’s marriage proposal, according to a source. The former Fashion Star host, 49, the hotel heir, 43, dated for two years before splitting in March 2012. This will be the second marriage for Macpherson, who was married to fashion photographer Gilles Bensimon from 1986 to 1989.


Singer Bobby McFerrin is 63.

Actress Susan Richardson is 61.

Actor Jeffrey Nordling is 51.

Actress Alex Kingston is 50.

Actor Wallace Langham is 48.

Singer Lisa Loeb is 45.

Actor Terrence Howard is 44.

Actor Johnny Knoxville is 42.

Singers Benji and Joel Madden of Good Charlotte are 34.

Actor David Anders is 32.

Singer LeToya Luckett (Destiny’s Child) is 32.

Actress Thora Birch is 31.

Rapper Paul Wall is 32.

Rupert Murdoch is 82.

Actor Jamal Duff is 41.

Singer Carrie Underwood is 30.

Well, that’s it for today’s show!

Be sure to tune in tomorrow morning as we will give you the usual (news, weather, etc.) to keep you in the know! Plus, we’ll have two new Bacon Reports! We’ll also break out The Morning Howl blender (drink recipes included) as we get you pumped up, prepped and ready for Spring Break 2013!

Hope you guys & gals have an awesome Monday! Until tomorrow… Rock on, West Georgia!


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Posted by on March 11, 2013 in Uncategorized


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