This year’s ACC Tournament marks the 11th time I’ve been to this spectacle. I’ve covered four SEC Tournaments, a Southern Conference Tournament and two Division II conference tournaments. I’ve even done around a dozen NCAA […]
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2 3-6-13: Brett Jensen and co-host Ryan McGee of ESPN reveal how much money each university says it spends on recruiting.
When Mike Dunlap was hired as the head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats last year, the first reaction from everybody, including basketball experts, “Who?” Now, many of those same experts are wondering if he’ll be fired at the end of the year.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen 2-28-13: Erik Spanberg of the Charlotte Business Journal spends a few minutes with Brett Jensen to discuss Charlotte’s chances of hosting the 2016 NBA All-Star Game, the Olympics in 2024, a soccer match between Manchester United and Liverpool at Bank of America Stadium, and where the stadium’s renovations stand.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2, 2-27-13: Brett Jensen and co-host Joe Person, Carolina Panthers beat writer for the Charlotte Observer, discuss the future of the Panthers and who is likely to be cut within the next two weeks to make room for the salary cap.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2, 2-26-13: Brett Jensen breaks down all 14 teams in the ACC on how their non-conference football schedule looks and which teams should be ashamed of themselves for scheduling ridiculous opponents.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour1, 2-26-13: Brett Jensen discusses how two separate occurrences with Texas A&M star and Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Manziel has put forth a way for schools cheat even more and in a big way. Sad thing is, each is approved by the NCAA.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2 2-25-13: Brett Jensen and co-host Mike Gminski discuss what should Wolfpack coach Mark Gottfried do with C.J. Leslie, while also talking about UNC’s surge and Miami’s first conference loss.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1 2-25-13: Brett Jensen has the former president of Michigan International and Rockingham speedway, Gene Haskett, call in and discuss fan safety at race tracks and what, if anything, can be done to ensure an enjoyable experience. Later on in the hour, Brett and co-host Mike Gminski discuss what happened in the ACC over the weekend.
It’s long been the philosophy of management and ownership with the Carolina Panthers that the best way to build long-term success is to solely build their team through the NFL Draft. With only four winning seasons, that obviously hasn’t worked.