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Wake N’ Blog for April 13th: As The Old Saying Goes: Whoever Smelt It Dealt It And Whoever Denied It…Gets Stabbed

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• Kenny Perry learned that it’s impossible to play the 17th and 18th holes of Augusta with both hands wrapped around your neck. Angel Cabrera swooped in and won the Championship in the second playoff hole [The Official Site of the Masters Tournament]

• Lebron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers took the Boston Celtics out behind the woodshed for good old fashioned ass-whipping by the score of 107-76. The game was never in doubt as the Cavs charged to a 31-9 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Cleveland is now one win away from tying Boston and Philadelphia’s mark  for the best regular season record ever of 40-1. Enjoy it while you can, Cleveland fans. [Yahoo! Sports]

• Boston University rallied to beat Miami of Ohio 4-3 in overtime on Saturday night to win their fifth National Championship and provided the long-starved Boston fans with a national title. About time. [Associated Press]

• Speaking of Cleveland, the Indians got off the snide by securing their first victory of the season by beating the Toronto Blue Jays 8-4. The Washington Nationals, however, were not so lucky, losing to the Atlanta Braves 8-5 Sunday, dropping their season record to 0-6. Only156 more games to go. [MLB.com Scoreboard]

• And now, for a real stinker of a story. A 35 year-old man was hospitalized last Tuesday in Waco, Texas due to stab wounds he suffered after refusing to stop farting in a hotel room he was sharing with a friend. If two people can’t enjoy each other’s gas in a cramped hotel room in Waco, Texas without resorting to violence, what chance is their for peace in the Middle East? [Yahoo! News]