On The Beat With Brett Jensen, Hour 2, 7-24-13: Charlotte Observer’s Panther beat writer Joe Person sits in with Brett Jensen to do a thorough and complete breakdown of the Panthers heading into training camp.
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 2 7-18-13: Charlotte’s first big star, Kelly Trupicka, sits in studio with Brett Jensen to discuss what the Hornets meant to him and what it was like playing in the Queen City.
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.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Charlotte Bobcats have reached an agreement in principle to hire Los Angeles Lakers assistant Steve Clifford as head coach. According to the report, it is a three-year deal with a fourth year for an option.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2 5-20-13: Charles Barkley joins Brett Jensen and Mike Gminski to discuss what’s going on with the Bobcats, who they should hire as coach and what he thinks about Kemba Walker.
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.
This year’s ACC Tournament marks the 11th time I’ve been to this spectacle. I’ve covered four SEC Tournaments, a Southern Conference Tournament and two Division II conference tournaments. I’ve even done around a dozen NCAA […]
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 2 3-6-13: Brett Jensen and co-host Ryan McGee of ESPN reveal how much money each university says it spends on recruiting.