Scott was one of 6 National Finalists for the 2008 Radio and Records News/Talk/Sports Local Personality of the Year Award. However he was beaten out by some guy in Los Angeles. Scott claims there was a "hanging chad" thing going on and is following up.
Scott has been the play-by-play voice of the Columbus State University Cougars for over 30 years, and is a member of the CSU Hall Of Fame.
Wes is a Columbus, GA native and graduate of Columbus State University with a BA in Communications. He began his radio career in 1994 with Sunny 100 and worked for Rock 103 and B101, serving as the Program Director and Music Director. From 1994-1997, Wes hosted Not Quite Late Nite with Wes Carroll on TV and returned to TV in 2007 serving as the Entertainment correspondent in a weekly segment for WXTX Fox 54.
Here's what we're talking about this morning on the show:
Russell County man allegedly shoots and kills brother in domestic
dispute off HWY 80 in Crawford.
Opelika police still investigating one vehicle crash that killed
17-year-old female over the weekend.
Westville officially moving to 35 acres next to Oxbow Meadows.
Drunk driver allegedly to blame for death of 17-year-old from Opelika.
Federal Aviation official says a large UPS cargo plane has
crashed in the vicinity of Aiport and Huffman roads near
Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport.
Kris Medlen wins his 4th straight start and gets a standing ovation
after allowing 1 run on 5 hits in 7 innings. Chris Johnson hits a 2-run
homer to break the tie and Braves beat Phillies 3-1.
We hear from Kris Medlen and Chris Johnson.
Fredi Gonzalez talks about Medlen and the Braves defense.
Dan Uggla on the 15-day DL to have lasik eye surgery.
Uggla talks about his sight and trying glasses and contacts
before lasik surgery. He hoped it would only be 7 days on the DL
but will be longer.
Phillies now 19.5 games back.
Alabama Coach Nick Sabin says Trey DePriest suspended for violating team
rules. May be back in one week.
Falcons Offensive Coordinator not concerned about recent struggles
of offensive line.