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1. FSU 2. Oregon 3. Oklahoma 4. Alabama 5. Ohio State 6. South Carolina 7. Georgia 8. UCLA 9. Baylor 10. Michigan State 11. Stanford 12. Auburn 13. LSU 14. Nebraska 15. USC 16. Wisconsin [...]
This should be our final extended look at the Panthers first teamers. Here is what I need to see from the Cats in order to be jolly on Panther Monday.
This week on “The Mac Attack,” Carolina Panthers’ tight end Greg Olsen called in to talk about their third preseason game against the New England Patriots, addresses questions about key Panther players, and talks about the importance of his Heart-est Yard concert at Coyote Joe’s on September 15th.
This week on ‘The Mac Attack,’ Clemson head football coach Dabo Swinney called in to talk with the guys about his team’s ACC regular season as well as the Georgia opening game and loss of running back Zac Brooks.
Gil Brandt from NFL.com and one of the greatest NFL front office minds of all time joined Mac and Jim for his take on the Panthers after his visit to camp last week.
The guys talked to Mike Florio from PFT/NBC joined the show to go around the NFL and to talk Panthers as he does each Wednesday at 805am. Today he addressed the NFL rules situation, the SB halftime show news that broke yesterday, and the Panthers trade of Kenjon Barner
Former Panthers QB Jake Delhomme joined “The Mac Attack” as he does a couple times a season to talk Carolina Panthers and what he expects from the 2014 squad.
Mac and T-Bone from “The Mac Attack” on WFNZ have been challenged to dump cold, shivering water on themselves in support of trying to get pledge money and help Strike Out ALS!
Aaron Schatz from FootballOutsiders.com joined the guys to discuss his recent piece on the Panthers, why they could finish last i in the NFC South, and other stuff from around the NFL