The Drive Tuesday 9-4-12-Gino Torretta joins The Drive to talk about the first weekend of college football. Topics include the ACC’s performance across the board, Alabama’s chances at repeating as National Champion, and if Florida State is the cream of the crop in the ACC.
The 2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is based on name recognition. On Sunday when the selection committee announced the field of 68, I was surprised by some of the seedings.
Mac Attack 3/12: ESPN’s Dino Gaudio calls in to talk about the ACC’s chances in the first weekend of the tournament, which Florida State team will show up to the tournament, and what’s wrong with officiating in the ACC.
ATLANTA (AP) — Goodbye, Tobacco Road. The Atlantic Coast Conference championship is heading to the Sunshine State.
All ten of the people who read my blog have been sending me emails the past few weeks so I decided to answer a few. I love getting the emails and you can ask me anything you want from sports to television to dating advice, whatever you got I’ll do my best to answer it. So without further adieu here is my mail-blog.
Mac Attack 3/8/12: ACC.com’s J.R. Reid calls in to talk about Carolina’s chances in the ACC tournament, who could give Carolina the most trouble, how Ryan Kelly’s injury impacts Duke, and why he likes Duke in potential ACC tournament matchup with Florida State.
Mac Attack 2/20/12: Former NC State guard Chris Corchiani calls in to talk about why he was ejected in Saturday’s game against Florida State, and the Wolfpack fans reaction to the ejection.
Let’s take a break from discussing the Super Bowl and run through this exciting edition of the WFNZ Weekly ACC Basketball Report. This week’s report is full of upsets, rivalry games, a Twitter contest, and all the information you could possibly need about the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Happy MLK Day to everyone! This week’s ACC Basketball Report is packed so let’s get right to it.
On a personal note: while visiting my son at Levine’s children’s Hospital I saw Carolina Panther players JJ Jansen, Dan Connor, & Thomas Keiser with members of our military. They were on location for a charity event and visiting kids in the hospital.