The Mac Attack 6AM-10AM
Charles Scott, who became the first African-American varsity basketball player at UNC and helped lead the team to two consecutive Final Fours discusses Dean Smith as a father figure, breaking the color barrier and the rivalry with Duke
On this week’s episode of “Old Man Cam,” Jim Celania takes you to Lake Placid circa 1980 for the Winter Olympics as he gives you the weather report for his local TV station at the time.
Both teams come into this game playing good basketball. Duke has won 7 of 8 and the Heels 5 in a row. They are the top two teams in the country since January 21 according to ESPN’s BPI Rankings. I expect the result to be a tight game tonight and another great chapter in the UNC-Duke rivalry. The outcome of the game hinges on these things……
On this week’s episode of “Old Man Cam,” Jim Celania takes you back in time to the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid as he covers a huge ice sculpture that has blocks of 450 pound ice that will be formed into “The Bird Of Peace.”
2005 Final Four MOP, Sean May, joined Mac and Jim for over an hour to talk about the blueblood rivalry, his time as a Bobcat, watching this year’s Tar Heel team, his time in Europe, the UNC academic situation and so much more. Insightful, reflective and honest, May even offers up the time he had to laugh at the Cameron Crazies.
Duke assistant basketball coach, Jeff Capel, joined the Mac Attack to talk about the Blue Devils season and the upcoming matchup against the Tar Heels.
NC State Legend, Twitter Legend, and perhaps one day TV Legend, Julius Hodge joined Mac and Jim to discuss the Marcus Smart situation, ACC hoops, his old playing days and to preview UNC v. Duke.
NFL Draft analyst from Optimum Scouting, Eric Galko, who also writes for the Sporting News and the National Football Post, joined Mac and Jim to discuss the Panthers prospects in this May’s draft and the receent announcement of Michael Sam.
On this week’s episode of “Old Man Cam,” Jim Celania talks about the living situation happening during the 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid.
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.