A lifelong Tar Heel fan and North Carolina resident, Colin first interned at WFNZ over a decade ago. A proud graduate of South Mecklenburg High School, he still hasn’t forgiven CMS schools for robbing him of the chance to play hoops with Antawn Jamison. After a wildly successful college radio career at Appalachian State, Colin went into the United States Air Force. After training, Colin was stationed at Pope Air Force Base in Fayetteville, NC where he worked with the 74th and 75th Fighter Squadrons AKA The Flying Tigers. Colin’s unabashed love for all things North Carolina is matched by his affection for the “most bad***” aircraft, the A-10. Colin lists the Tar Heels, Panthers, Bobcats, and Reds as his favorite teams.
Colin joined WFNZ in 2008 and the Mac Attack in September of 2009.
With the Panthers ‘evaluating’ Steve Smith and his role on the team next season, the team has options if they decide it’s time to part ways with one of the all-time greats. Which method they choose will have an impact on both the salary caps for this year and next.
An in-depth look into Greg Hardy’s fifteen-sack season and whether or not the Panthers should use the majority of their cap space to lock up their 25-year old defensive end.
Charlotte Observer Bobcats beat writer Rick Bonnell joined Colin and Len to talk about the Bobcats and where they are headed. “This team needs experience as much as Talent.”
John Breech of CBSSports.Com talks NFL Wild Card weekend. Who moves on and who goes home? What team will pay a visit to Bank of America stadium next weekend?
Charlotte Observer Panther Beat Writer Joe Person joined the guys to talk about the Panthers and their playoff chances. Will Smitty be back? Who do the Panthers want to play?
A look at what’s changed for the Tampa Bay Bucs since their loss to the Panthers in Week 8.
In each of their first seven games, the Panthers have utilized a zone blitz scheme. The first two weeks, both Russell Wilson and EJ Manuel audibled out. Wilson, to a wide receiver screen (no play, [...]
Just 48 hours from their season opener, several questions surround the Bobcats season. Here’s a quick look at five of the biggest questions for Coach Clifford’s charges:
Today, Darren Rovell asked one of the most dangerous question in college athletics: Remind me: What does the NCAA now do that the schools themselves can't do?— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) October 22, 2013 A seemingly [...]
The Bobcats have won just 28 games in the last two seasons, but after signing Al Jefferson drafting Cody Zeller and re-signing Josh McRoberts to bolster an anemic offensive front court this year is supposed to be different.