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Today on the show:

  • The guys will get you set for Game 3 between the Hawks and Pacers coming up today at 2:02. At that time we will be joined by the radio voice of the Pacers, Mark Boyle. He will give us great insight into the series and tell us why the Pacers have been struggling towards the end of the season. Can the Hawks pull off the upset? He will give us his thoughts coming up at 2:02!

  • The NFL schedules are out! Coming up at 1:32 we will give you all of the details of the Falcons schedule and let you know which games to mark on your calendar early!

  • Coming up at 1:18, we will unveil another edition of "Falcons Re-Load." Tune in as the guys take a closer look at the linebacker position as the NFL Draft draws even closer. Who do they think is the 2nd best linebacker coming out in the draft? We will tell you coming up at 1:18!

  • As the guys drive you home, they will talk some NFL news and notes with ESPN NFL Analyst Louis Riddick at 5:02.


 

Today on the show:

- Sekou Smith of NBA TV joined us at 3:30 and he talked about the Pacers and Hawks series. He said it's important for the Pacers to put the pressure back on the Hawks during Thursday's game 3. The Hawks currently have the home court advantage and the Pacers need to win a game in ATL to put the pressure back on the Hawks. 

- Sekou also talked about the Hawks ability to go into Indianapolis and win one game out of the first two. The guys asked him if he was surprised the Hawks have played so well in the first two games against the Pacers. He said he isn't surprised because he felt like it was a favorable match up for the Hawks before the series began. 

- Earlier in the show John caught up with Brevin Knight of FSN Tennessee. He is the color analyst for the Memphis Grizzlies and has been court side for the first two games of that intense series. It's currently tied at 1-1 and he gave us some of the important keys to the Grizzlies pulling the upset and beating the Thunder.

  

 


 

Tuesday on Archer and Bell:

-Indiana sports talk show host and ESPN college basketball analyst Dan Dakich joined the show to preview tonight's Pacers-Hawks game 2 and recap game one. Dan told us that Roy Hibbert has gotten away from who he really is as a hard worker. He also told us what is wrong inside the Pacer's locker room.
 
 
-Our "Falcons Reload 2014" continued today as we focused on linebackers. Arch and Mike talked about some guys the Falcons might take after the first round in the draft. Arch also talked about whether or not guys like Joplo Bartu and Paul Worrilow will be penciled in from the get go after the seasons they had last year.
 
 
-The Braves won in a walk-off last night, but it all had to happen because Craig Kimbrel blew a save. Kimbrel has struggled his last two times out, so we asked the listeners if they were worried about Kimbrel moving forward. Arch wasn't too worried about it, but 63% of the listeners are indeed concerned.
 

 

On Today's Show

  • Interesting things happening over the weekend with the Hawks shocking the Pacers 101-93. No one expected the Hawks to win the series let alone win the 1st game up in Indy.  In other upsets Blazers beat the Rockets 122-120 in OT, also Wizards beat the Bulls 102-93, and the Warriors down the Clippers 109 -105. Here are the guys on the opening round of the Playoffs thus far. To listen to the full segment click here.

             

 
  •  Time for another Falcons ReLoad. This week’s focus will be Outside and Inside Linebackers. Khalil Mack seems to be the new hotness for the Texans, but does that mean they tip their hand? What does that mean for the Falcons? Mike and Arch explain. To listen to the full segment click here.
             
  • Today's Poll Question: Do you like the draft in may?
              Hate it: 82.1%
             
              Love It: 17.9%

 
Friday on Archer and Bell with John Michaels:

-On the John Michaels portion of the show, John spoke with Georgia Tech defensive coordinator Ted Roof about tonight's Georgia Tech spring game. Coach Roof told us that his defense has had a good spring and that some guys are stepping up. He also talked about one of his former players in the NFL Draft, Jeremiah Attaochu.
 
 
-Mike and Arch were live in the rainy, cold atmosphere that was the Greater Gwinnett Championship at TPC Sugarloaf. We had the pleasure of talking to one of Mike's favorite golfers, Miguel Angel Jimenez! Miguel talked about playing in these rough conditions.
 
 
-Kenny Perry also stopped by to talk to the guys from the Greater Gwinnett Championship. Kenny told us that the conditions were tough out there today and also talked about getting ready for this weekend without playing in a lot of tournaments.
 

-Two time Masters champion Bernhard Langer joined the guys from TPC Sugarloaf and told us that the course played very long today, but that the conditions should improve. He also talked about some of his memories from the Ryder Cup.
 

-The guys talked to NFL Network analyst and former Texans GM Charlie Casserly about the draft and his time as a general manager. Charlie told us he wouldn't take a quarterback in the top 5 and talked about the Falcons off-season moves.

-We had some good listener interactions today when we asked who they would want in their golf four-some along with a beverage girl. We also asked what they drink during a game for our poll question. At the end of the show half of our listeners drink beer, a third drink water or a soft drink and the rest drink liquor.


 

Thursday on Archer and Bell:

-ESPN NFL Live host Trey Wingo joined the show to talk about all the stories around the NFL heading into the NFL draft. Trey told us that teams like New Orleans and Denver are in a full "win now" mode. He also talked about Jadaveon clowney and the possibility of him being a Falcon.
 
 
-For our "Falcons Reload 2014" we continued to talk about defensive backs in the draft. Today we looked back at some of the guys taken towards the top of the 2013 draft and how they turned out. The results were surprising as most of them were good football players.
 
 
-Today was Thursday and that means we had a 4-pack of questions for the listeners to go with our poll question. For our poll question we asked who deserves to be the NBA MVP between Lebron James and Kevin Durant. When the votes were counted Kevin Durant ran away with 77% of the vote.
 

 

Wednesday on Archer and Bell:

-Former Falcon and Fox Sports 1 college football analyst Coy Wire joined the show from Georgia's pro day. Coy told us that former Dawg Arthur Lynch really helped himself out a lot out there. Coy also thinks that Aaron Murray might surprise some people in the NFL.
 
 
-Former Georgia and Chicago Bears kicker Kevin Butler joined us as well to talk about Georgia's pro day as well as his time in the NFL. Kevin told us that new defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt has dumded down the defense compared to what Todd Grantham was doing. He also gave us his thoughts on changing the extra point.
 
 
-With this week of the Falcons Reload being about defensive backs we asked the listeners to give us their "All-Time" defensive backfield. We also asked for our poll question if the new soccer team that was announced today would be successful. At the end of the show our listeners proved optimistic as 71% think it will succeed.
 

 

Tuesday on Archer and Bell:

  • Atlanta Braves legend and future Hall of Famer Chipper Jones was kind enough to join the guys. Chipper talked about his recent visit to the team and told us that one day he might want to be a hitting coach, but that he likes what Greg Walker  and Scott Fletcher are doing with the guys. Chipper also told us what he was working on with B.J. Upton and why it had become a problem.
              
  • Our Falcons reload 2014 continued today as it will everyday until the May NFL Draft. This week we are focusing on safeties that could come in and help the Falcons fill the void left by Thomas Decoud's departure. Instead of just naming off five guys that are the best safeties in the draft, Arch told us what would have to happen for the Falcons to get a top safety.
             
  • ESPN The Magazine has released a list of the highest paid athletes in the world based on their income last year and the list was somewhat surprising. In light of this, we asked for our poll question which sport among the NFL , MLB, NBA and soccer has the most overpaid players. At the end of the show, it was evident that baseball payers are overpaid according to the listeners with a 59% vote.
             

 

Monday on Archer & Bell:

 

Jam Packed local weekend with the Bubba Watson winning the Masters, UGA G-Day, Braves are on a roll,and the Hawks beat the Miami Heat to clinch the 8th seed for the playoffs. On top of that the guys are back from Vegas checking out with plenty of stories of Mike and his stride and the big fight of Pacquiao/Bradley fight.

 

Jadevon Clowney is back in the news not because he did anything wrong off the field but because an NFC Official decided to say he was “spoiled and lazy.” Here on the guys on Clowney and the officials comments.


 

In other NFL News 49ers LB Aldon Smith is back in trouble for being arrested for reporting a false bomb report. Here are the guys plus “exclusive” audio of the event.


 

The HUB UB had some great birthdays, pranks, and also Bubba Watson going to a Georgia breakfast tradition. That's right good ole Waffle House.

The Poll question today: Did you watch the Masters?

 

Yes: 50%

No: 5%

Didn't watch: 45%


 
Friday on Archer and Bell:
 
-Legendary boxer and pound-for-pound one of the greatest of all time Roy Jones Jr. sat down with the guys to talk about Saturday night's fight. Roy told us that he misses the big stage of a title fight. Roy told us who the fighter he most despised was as well.
 
 
-Former boxer and basis for the 2010 movie The Fighter Micky Ward joined the show. Micky talked about the state of boxing and about the wear and tear on a boxer's body. He also talked about this weekend's fight between Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley Jr.

-HBO boxing analyst Max Kellerman also joined the show to get read for Saturday night as well. Max questioned the thought Manny Pacquiao doesn't want to fight anymore. He also talked about Timothy Bradley's willpower and desire compared to other fighters.

 

-Given the fact that we are in Vegas for Pacquaio Bradley 2 we asked the listeners who they think will win the fight Saturday night. At the end of the show we counted the votes and by an overwhelming margin the listeners like Timothy Bradley Jr. to keep his belt.

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