10-15-2013: Brett Jensen talks about the wild story of two high school refs near New Orleans that were arrested in the middle of the game, as well as a supplement drink that’s not safe.
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.
Brett Jensen is joined by former Gamecock and long-time NFL player Sheldon Brown, who discusses many different topics concerning the Panthers and NFL.
10-14-2013: Brett Jensen and co-host Dre Bly discuss what Carolina’s big win over Minnesota mean going forward in the big picture.
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.
Some may say the Carolina Panthers are schizophrenic because of their up-and-down ways, and that there seems to be no rhyme or reason why they do or don’t do well. Well, that’s what makes them very predictable.
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.
Brett and co-host Stan Olson talk to Dan Collins of the Winston-Salem Journal about his new book on those that should be in and out of the mythical ACC Basketball Hall of Fame.
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.
This is a blog being written from the press box at BOA Stadium, where the big question is whether or not Panthers head coach Ron Rivera will be coaching his last game. There’s that and other musings in this blog, which is interactive, informative, opinionated and hopefully a little humorous, too.