The Mac Attack 6AM-10AM
Former Carolina Panther wide receiver, Muhsin Muhammad, joins Mac and Jim to talk about the departure of his former teammate, Steve Smith, Dave Gettleman and the future of the Panthers.
Colin Hoggard and Danny Guy discuss who’s still available in free agency for the Panthers, “the plan” and wonder if you can be a fan of the long term plan while thinking the Panthers may be in trouble in the short term.
Panthers tight end, Greg Olsen, joins Mac and Jim to discuss his busy offseason, the deaprture of Steve Smith, his health, the number 88 and Panthers GM Dave Gettleman.
On this week’s episode of Old Man Cam, Jim goes into his vault to show his news story about Yasutaka Okayama who was the tallest player to be drafted in NBA history! This 7’7″ player should be able to dominate any team by himself, but find out why he wasn’t worth much on the court.
Mike Florio, from NBA dn ProFootballTalk.com, stopped by for his weekly visit to recap the first day of free agency, Steve Smith’s time in Carolina, the Panthers inactivity, Jairus Byrd and Aqib Talib’s new deals, Hakeem Nicks and the NFC South’s big day.
The guys look at the WR position, focusing on potential free agent and draft targets. While there is some Agent 89 discussion, the guys try to turn the page and focus on improving the Panthers
Adam Lucas, from GoHeels.com, previews the blue blood rematch, including keys to the game for both teams, Roy’s defensive strategy, who could step up and UNC’s NCAA tournament seeding. (Photo By: Grant Halverson/Getty Images Sport)
Former Observer writer, Tommy Tomlinson, who wrote the emotional piece on Dean Smith for ESPN, joined Mac and Jim to discuss the piece and his time writing it.
Wake Forest head basketball coach, Jeff Bzdelik, joined the Mac Attack to discuss his team’s big upset win against Duke last night, his team’s inconsistency, the court storm, Codi Miller-McIntyre’s absence and potential, and his future at Wake Forest.
NC State head basketball coach, Mark Gottfried, joined Mac and Jim to discuss his team’s season, T.J. Warren for ACC Player of the Year, BeeJay Anya’s heft, the bubble and the ACC tournament.