Washington Post columnist, essayist, author and host of a daily show on the CBS Sports Radio Network, John Feinstein, joined Mac and Jim to discuss Duke-UNC, Dean Smith and the book that never happened, and […]
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — For Travis McKie, there was no better way to wrap up a career at home than by knocking off Duke.
UNC legendary point guard, Phil Ford, joined the Mac Attack to talk about rivalries, the greatest in ACC history, Dean Smith and the Four Corners.
Bracketologist for CBS and CBSSports.com, Jerry Palm, joined the Mac Attack to discuss how ACC teams fit into the NCAA tournament picture, the one seeds from around the country, and what ACC teams are on the outside looking in and a look at the new college football system.
As UNC stays hot on their ACC win streak, ESPN commentator Jay Bilas called into “The Drive” to talk about the ACC’s best teams and other hot basketball topics as the last week of the regular conference season comes to a close.
NC State star and ACC digital network analyst, Julius Hodge, discusses T.J. Warren’s impressive run of play, facing T.J. Warren in 1-on-1 and the looming Duke-UNC game. The interview opens with a clip of Jay Bilas talking ACC Player of the Year on The Drive.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon kept trying to find somebody — sometimes two somebodies — to guard N.C. State star T.J. Warren. Dixon eventually ran out of volunteers and options.
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — Notre Dame’s defense was good enough in the second half against North Carolina to give the short-handed Fighting Irish a chance to end the 14th-ranked Tar Heels’ long winning streak.
We don’t need to go over to a monitor to look at it again or have a conference to discuss it furthermore. Officiating in ACC Basketball this year has left a lot to be desired.
ESPN’s Sean McDonough joined Mac and Jim to talk some hoops, make-up calls, out of control coaches and Jim still being alive.