The Mac Attack 6AM-10AM
Bobcats president of Basketball Operations, Rod Higgins, joins the Mac Attack to discuss the team’s playoff push, his young guys, hair cuts, and one idea so silly he won’t even discuss it.
Jamie Dukes, from the NFL Network joins Mac and Jim and immediately fires a salvo at Panthers Nation about the Panthers off-season and flips the interview around on Mac by asking him questions, mocks the Panthers weapons, discusses the draft and puts Cam in Tiger and LeBron’s class.
Charlotte Bobcat, Chris Douglas-Roberts, joins the Mac Attack to talk about the team’s big comeback win against the Wizards, hist journey, Coach Calipari and his hair.
Football analyst Chris Simms, from Fox Sports, joins Mac and Jim to discuss the Panthers off-season, the NFl Draft, and Desean Jackson.
Longtime ACC hoops analyst, Dan Bonner, joins Mac and Jim and immediately mocks their eating habits, then quickly moves on to breaking down the Final Four matchups and the ACC’s lack of presence in the Final 4.
Bill Voth, who covers the Panthers for SportsXchange and works with Sporting News, stopped by to tell Mac to move on from the DeSean Jackson hope and to discuss Ron Rivera’s confusing stance on the mercurial wide receiver, potential fallout for the coach, guessing who the Panthers will take at 28, as well as the team’s needs as a whole.
I was out of town for a few days this week for a family matter and no one there wanted to hear what I had to say about the Panthers. I had to hold it in. Until now.
Rick Kamla, from NBA TV, joins the Mac Attack to discuss the Bobcats playoff push, Heat-Pacers and the eastern conference playoff picture.
Clemson head basketball coach, Brad Brownell, joined the Mac Attack as his team prepares to head to New York City for the NIT. Coach Brownell discusses making the trip, K.J. McDaniels, tough losses, what makes Clemson special, the ACC tournament in NYC and Virginia’s matchup with Michigan State.
Duke has had their problems over the past few years in the tournament.