10-15-2013: Brett Jensen discusses the touchy subject if Cam Newton’s antics after getting a first down is irritating. There are many on both sides of the fence.
10-14-13: Brett Jensen and co-host Dre Bly look at what was different about the game this week by the Panthers as opposed to the other games. There were three very big differences.
Brett and co-host Stan Olson are at it again, but this time they’re discussing baseball celebrations after winning nothing; the indictments handed down over the UNC scandal; and more.
ON THE BEAT WITH BRETT JENSEN Hour 1, 9-26-13: Brett Jensen and co-host Ryan McGee of ESPN have their usual antics, with discussion centering around football, the Harlem Globetrotters and Evel Knievel.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1 7-24-13: Brett Jensen is joined by Charlotte Observer Panthers beat writer Joe Person in studio, where they discuss relevant NFL and Carolina Panther topics.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1 7-18-13: Charlotte Hornets legend Kelly Tripucka sits in studio with Brett Jensen to discuss the old days of when the Hornets were the biggest thing to ever hit Charlotte.
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera sits down with Brett for a very candid and revealing interview about the issues and strengths of the team, as well as what was it like for him personally last season with all the talk of him being fired.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1 4-15-13: Brett Jensen brings in Scott Michaux of the Augusta Chronicle to discuss all the happenings of this year’s Masters.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1, 2-27-13: Brett Jensen and co-host Joe Person, Carolina Panthers beat writer for the Charlotte Observer, discuss what he saw and heard during his five days at the NFL Combine, as well as what players he likes for the Panthers in the upcoming draft.
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.