Frank Garcia (born January 28, 1972 in Phoenix, Arizona) is a former American football player in the National Football League. He was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the 1995 NFL Draft. He has also played for the St. Louis Rams and the Arizona Cardinals. Frank played college football at the University of Washington, including the Huskies 1994 upset of the University of Miami. He now has his own radio show in Charlotte and coaches football at Charlotte Catholic under local legend Jim Oddo.
NC State Beat Writer Joe Giglio Previews The First Rd. Matchup For NC State. Can State get past Xavier?
Recently Retired NFL Linebacker London Fletcher Talks Life After Football. Fletcher also touches on free agency, his time in Washington and where the NFL is headed. What are London Fletcher’s thoughts on the Steve Smith saga?
Bobcats Assistant Head Coach Mark Price joined Frank and Yarbs to talk about the Bobcats playoff push. How much Al Jefferson means to this team and MKG’s improvement.
Newly Acquired Bobcat Luke Ridnour Talks About The Trade That Brought Him To Charlotte. What kind of expectations does he have? Luke talks about going from a last place team to a playoff chase.
CBS Sports’ NBA Writer Matt Moore Talks Bobcats And Playoffs. How does the recent trade affect the Bobcats and will they make the playoffs?
Doug Rice from PRN joined Frank and Yarbs to talk about Dale Jr. and his Daytona win. Is this the start of a big season for JR?
AP College football writer Ralph Russo wrote a story about Michael Sam and his coming out of the closet. What kind of backlash could Sam face and will other players accept him?
CBS Sports NFL Writer Will Brinson Wraps Up The NFL Season. Are the Seahawks getting the respect they deserve? Do the Panthers have a chance to take the next step, next year?
CBS Sports Network Football recruiting expert Tom Lemming joined Frank and Yarbs to preview 2014 NCAA signing day. What ACC schools are in good shape? Who has the best class?
Sporting News’ NFL writer Vinnie Iyer joined Frank and Yarbs to preview the Superbow. Is is going to be the Seattle Defense that prevails or the Denver Offense?