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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?
Carolina Panthers cornerback Captain Munnerlyn can add the ESPN “Gruden Grinder” award to his impressive resume all in part to his incredible game against the New York Jets last Sunday afternoon.
For all the moaning and complaining that we seem to do concerning the National Football League, be it about the rules, the officiating, the salaries and even where the Super Bowl is going to be played, one thing remains crystal clear: the NFL is still the king when it comes to our sports.
UNC Head Football Coach Larry Fedora and Passing Game Coordinator/Wide Receivers Coach Gunter Brewer joined Frank and Yarbs in studio to preview the Belk Bowl matchup with Cincinnati on Dec. 28th. What do the Tar [...]
Cincinnati Bearcats Head Coach Tommy Tuberville Previews The Belk Bowl Matchup With The North Carolina Tar Heels
Cincinnati Bearcats head coach Tommy Tuberville joined Frank and Yarbs to preview he Belk Bowl matchup with the North Carolina Tar Heels. What do the Bearcats have to do to beat the Tar Heels and [...]
Lead NFC South writer for Bleacher Report Knox Bardeen joined Yarbs and Stan to talk about the huge game between the Panthers and the Saints on Sunday. What do the Panthers have to do to [...]
NFL Network Analyst Heath Evans stopped by to discuss the Panthers and Saints game in N.O. on Sunday. We also go around the league to look at some other match ups. Should Gary Kubiak have [...]
I don’t think that the SEC will win a national championship in college football this year, and I am perfectly okay with that if that’s the case.
University of Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian was offered and has accepted the same position at the University of Southern California according to multiple reports. Even after interviewing former player and current Denver Broncos interim [...]
Being a fan of the NC State Wolfpack has never been a picnic.