Mac Attack Interviews
8/11/11 – Former Panther, Mike Rucker talks about new head coach Ron Rivera, the team’s progress thus far, and previews the upcoming season. Ruck also recounts an amazing story about when John Kasay first broke into the league.
8/9/11 – While in Spartanburg, Mac and Jim had a chance to talk with Panthers’ team president Danny Morrison and general manager, Marty Hurney.
8/9/11 – The guys were down in Spartanburg and had a chance to sit down with two pairs of Panthers. First up were Thomas Davis and Captain Munnerly. When they weren’t trash talking each others […]
8/9/11 – New Panthers head coach Ron Rivera joined the Mac Attack and talked about his hopes and expectations for the season, who shaped him as a coach,his philosophies, young QBs, earning playing time and more.
8/8/11 - Randy Cross, CBS analyst, joined the Mac Attack to discuss Cam Newton’s growth, Smitty’s change of heart, free agency madness, Super Bowl favorites, and his friend, “Chico” Rivera.
8/5/11 – Tony Barnhart joined the Mac Attack to discuss the newly released pre-season polls, the SEC having 8 teams in the Top 25, over and underrated teams in the ACC and SEC and more.
8/4/11 – Tim Brando from CBS Sports joined the Mac Attack and talked everything from UNC to Stephen Garcia’s night time activities to cramming for an exam in college. Timmy B also calls university administrators to the carpet and makes an eye-opening prediction about the BCS National Championship game. A little Lou Holtz thrown in at the end, for good measure.
8/3/11 – Coming off a whirlwind week of free agency Panthers GM Marty Hurney joins the guys to talk about the teams’ moves, areas of need, and Jim presses Marty on the lack of a second cornerback.
8/2/2011 – Charles Davis, from the NFL Network, joined Mac and Jim to drop a little Derek Anderson knowledge, talk about the new found Panther excitement, other NFL news and Mac asks about the Athletic Director position at UT.
Coach Cutcliffe talks about keeping a program clean in college football, recruiting practices, increased expectations and T-Bone makes a promise.