Mark was born in Gastonia, NC on August 14th, 1967. He graduated from Hunter Huss High School in 1985 and from Appalachian State University in 1990 with a BS in Communications. Mark has been employed at 610am for 22 years, joining the station 1 month after coming on air. He is convinced that music in the 80’s blows away ANYTHING else away.
Well, here we go.
No more talk about could Lebron consider playing in Charlotte, no more who was your favorite Brady Bunch kid, say goodbye to all of our favorite get me through summertime show topics.
Spurs in 7. Score one for the old guys, no miracle three for the Heat this time. Team basketball lives!!
Kings in 6. Rangers have the better goaltender, Kings have the better team. Mark Messier is not walking through that door for NY.
Before the 2013-14 season gets away from us here in the Queen City, I just wanted to take a moment to simply say thanks.
It’s not too late to get on the Bobcats bandwagon.
Yes the regular season is about to end but guess what, the playoffs are just around the the corner. Playoffs? Yes Jim Mora playoffs!!
Just like a home cooked meal from your mom, the NCAA Tournament has once again delivered without fail.
I just want to know, who saw this one coming? You could have won a lot of money had you bet after the Panthers playoff loss to the 49ers that the two elderstatesmen of the team, Jordan Gross AND Steve Smith both would no longer be members of the Panthers before the weekend hit for the ACC Tournament.
CBS College Basketball Insider Jon Rothstein Talks NCAA Tournament, Bubble Teams & #1 Seeds. Who is in and who is out? Who are the four #1 overall seeds?
Duke Beat Reporter For The News & Observer Laura Keeley Talks Duke And The ACC Tournament. Can Duke get back to playing how they did early in the season?
It seems once again that a bigger picture is being missed when it comes to a proposed change in the way that the NFL has been played since the time that we all started watching.
We don’t need to go over to a monitor to look at it again or have a conference to discuss it furthermore. Officiating in ACC Basketball this year has left a lot to be desired.