Welcome to the latest and greatest installment to the WFNZ blog circles, featuring three of the young stars of CBS Sports Radio Charlotte: Nathan Conley, Colin Hoggard and Travis “T-Bone” Hancock. Each Friday we’ll introduce a Top 5 list of relevant sports issues and allow you guys to interact through the comments section to let us know how wrong we are. Let the games begin!
This week’s topic: Who are the 5 “Must See” athletes right now?
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Hurricanes have signed forward Jeff Skinner to a six-year contract extension that will keep him with the team through 2018-19.
There are a lot of things to do during the holidays and right now is no exception. Between visits with families, Christmas parties, an overnight to Harrahs Cherokee Casino, college bowls games, and playing WWE ’12 on the xBox360 (yes I did the create a wrestler option for Lance Storm) there is no time for blogging.
The Drive Friday 12-23-11- Taylor Zarzour talks with Observer columnist Tom Sorensen to get his take on the latest sports stories from and the Carolinas.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Ryan Longwell kicked a 31-yard field goal with 2:43 left in the game to lift the Minnesota Vikings to a 24-21 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
Mac Attack 10/14/11: Former Panther and Clemson Tiger Brentson Buckner joined the guys to talk Panthers, Clemson Tigers, and everything else football
Join us for a jam packed Super Bowl edition of the Mac Attack. Handicapper Lee Sterling of Paramountsports.com stops in to give us advice at 7:45am, and Panthers GM Marty Hurney joins us live […]
It was a busy weekend for the Carolina Hurricanes who played against the Washington Capitals November 28 and the Dallas Stars November 29. Though both games were fingernail-biting close, Washington and Dallas both scooted through […]
10/27/10 Hour 2 – Mac and Jim want to know what gets left off your “sports plate” this time of year when so much is going on? With so many fans of different sports and […]
Check out photo highlights from the Hurricanes/Kings game last night. How big of a hockey fan are y’all ever since the Hurricanes won The Stanley Cup a few years ago?