Tennessee Titans Social Media Manager Nate Bain Will Speak at tomorrow’s (Wednesday’s) Martin Methodist RedHawk Luncheon at Hickory House.

Bain will Speak on the upcoming NFL Draft, which is set to be held in Nashville later this month.

Bain, a Pulaski native, is in handling all social media efforts for the team, which has the 19th selection in the Draft.

The event begins at Noon, with Martin Methodist offering a special daily lunch rate of $5 for those in attendance.

Updated March 28, 2019

Nate Oats helped turn Buffalo into an NCAA Tournament regular. Now, he'll try to restore Alabama to that status.

The Crimson Tide hired Oats Wednesday after he led the Bulls to their best season and a third NCAA berth in four years.

Athletic director Greg Byrne turned to Oats three days after parting ways with Avery Johnson in what he described as a mutual decision.

Byrne said Oats would "hit the ground running" starting Wednesday night.

"I have been watching coach Oats for the last few years as he has led the University at Buffalo to unprecedented heights," Byrne said. "His commitment to developing the student-athlete both on and off the court was what really stuck out.

"As we spoke to some of the best college and pro basketball minds in the country, his name came up time and time again."

In recent High School sports action…

The Richland Raiders dropped a pair to #13 Cornersville…6 to 3 and 11 to 8.

The Lady raiders also dropped a couple of wins to Santa Fe…4 to nothing, and to Moore County…16 to 5.


The Giles County Bobcats are also on the skids, losing to Shelbyville…12 to 2 and Nolensville…4 to 1.

The Lady ‘Cats topped Nolensville…5 to 3.

The Martin Methodist Softball team announced that Today’s doubleheader versus Cumberland University has been moved to an away contest. Originally scheduled as a home event, the doubleheader will now take place in Lebanon, Tennessee, beginning at 2 p.m.

The RedHawks will now host Cumberland in a doubleheader Tuesday, April 2, beginning at 2 p.m.

For more information and the latest on Martin Methodist Athletics, visit the school’s official Athletics website, www.GoRedHawks.com.

The University of Tennessee Basketball Team has advanced to the NCAA’s Sweet 16 with a 83 to 77 win over Iowa, and will play number three-seed Purdue Thursday night in Louisville, Kentucky.

Reports are that the Game Time Thursday will be 6:29 p.m. CT.

As of right now Vol Network Air Time Thursday will be 6:00 p.m. CT.

Confirmation on game time and more information will come later today.

As always, you can catch the game here on AM-1420, FM-100.9 & 107.7, Classic KSR.

In recent Spring Sports action…

The Richland Lady Raiders lost to Loretto in Softball action…3 to 1.

The Richland Raiders claimed a couple of wins on the baseball diamond topping Culleoka twice…6 to 3, and 4 to 2.


The Giles County Lady ‘Cats won twice beating Spring Hill…12 to 5, and Community…10 to nothing.

The Bobcat Baseball team dropped two to Lawrence County…18 to 1, and 13 to 2.

Eddie Jewell, of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, brought a five-bass limit to the scale Saturday weighing 21 pounds to win the T-H Marine FLW Bass Fishing League Choo Choo Division tournament on Wheeler Lake.

Jewell earned $3,747 for his efforts.

Other local top 10 boaters in the tournament include:

8th place…Chaz McMahan of Leoma with five bass weighing 16 pounds 0 ounces, taking home $501.

Tennessee anglers captured the top two places and posted two additional spots among the top seven in the 2019 Bassmaster Classic.

Ott DeFoe put the finishing touches on a storybook performance in his hometown. The Knoxville angler was the overall champion with a total of 49 pounds, 3 ounces. He earned the title after a sixth place finish a year ago.

Harrison resident Jacob Wheeler came in second place in his third B.A.S.S. tournament. He had a three-day total of 45 pounds 5 ounces. Brandon Lester claimed sixth place. The Fayetteville native had a three-day total of 40 pounds 3 ounces. Right behind in seventh position was Spring City’s Wesley Strader with 39 pounds 8 ounces to give all the Volunteer State’s anglers competing top 10 finishes.

The Classic showcased Tennessee as one of the nation’s top fishing destinations. A record attendance of more than 153,800 visitors were in attendance at the tournament venues, including the daily afternoon weigh-ins at Thompson Boling Arena.

Fishing is big business in Tennessee. With 1.8 million anglers and an economic impact of more than $1.1 billion in Tennessee.

Updated March 15, 2019