Mac Attack Interviews
The ‘unprecedented’ way the changes were proposed, the impact, and the lack of data(Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Charles Scott, who became the first African-American varsity basketball player at UNC and helped lead the team to two consecutive Final Fours discusses Dean Smith as a father figure, breaking the color barrier and the rivalry with Duke
2005 Final Four MOP, Sean May, joined Mac and Jim for over an hour to talk about the blueblood rivalry, his time as a Bobcat, watching this year’s Tar Heel team, his time in Europe, the UNC academic situation and so much more. Insightful, reflective and honest, May even offers up the time he had to laugh at the Cameron Crazies.
Newly-named ACC legend discusses the Heels leaning on their defense, growing on offense, the emergence of James Michael McAddoo and looks ahead to the Duke match-up.
In anticipation of his own bobblehead night, Dell Curry discussed the Bobcats, his wife’s impression of the bobblehead, Bobcats trade rumors including Evan Turner and appearing in the Shooting Stars Competition at the All-Star game.
Former Jets General Manager and current Yahoo Sports and NFL Network analyst Mike Tannenbaum talks to the guys about the Panthers cap mess and the upcoming off-season.
Seth Davis, from CBS Sports and Sports Illustrated, and writer of a new book, Wooden: A Coach’s Life, joined Mac and Jim to talk ACC hoops and about the legendary coach, John Wooden.
Mike DeCourcy from the Sporting News joined Mac and Jim to discuss the struggles for the triangle basketball teams. Duke’s defense, who needs to play more for the Blue Devils, Jabari Parker’s struggles, UNC’s quest for stability, and NC State’s rebuild.
Recapping the end of the season and looking ahead to the Panthers off-season
Former agent, turned writer for the National Football Post and CBSSports.com, Joel Corry, joins Mac and Jim to look at the Panthers cap situation entering the 2014 off-season.