Penn State wide receiver, Allen Robinson, who is expected to go early in this weekend’s NFL Draft, spoke with Mac about the Panthers, his time at Penn State and the draft process.
Mac Attack Legendary coach Barry Switzer stops by to talk about the Penn State penalties and gives his opinion on the whole thing.
It’s with some, solemn pride that I say that I’ve been a de facto voice of the Joe Paterno opposition.
Can he close? Adam Scott enters Sunday with a chance at his first major. Len Martez & Steve Lyerly discuss that plus breaking news involving the Joe Paterno statue.
Hitting To All Fields: “MY WORST Sports Week Ever”…Who Should The Bobcats Take at #2?…DING-DONG, The BCS Is DEAD!!!
I just had “THE WORST SPORTS WEEK EVER”: Yankees beat MY Mets in the “Subway Series” AGAIN…After winning their first two games in Omaha, the Arkansas Razorbacks lost in the College World Series to Back-to-Back […]
Mac Attack 4/4: Penn State defensive tackle Devon Still calls in to talk about whether he’s met with the Panthers, how he feels his draft stock is, what it’s like reading scouting reports on himself, and what the draft process and the Wonderlic test is like.
NEW YORK (WFAN) – A former child-abuse victim himself, former football grad assistant Matt Paknis believes Joe Paterno knew about Jerry Sandusky’s alleged sexual abuse against children years ago. Paknis joined WFAN’s Mike Francesa on […]
This week has been one of the worst, if not THE worst, things to happen to NCAA football in history. The news of child molestation and cover-ups has stricken Penn State and the nation like nothing we have ever seen before.
Marlon Wayans joked around a ton with us this morning on “The Mac Attack,” including he thought that the Carolina Panthers were in South Carolina! But on a serious note, he talked about Cam Newton and the sickening Penn State allegations of misconduct at their football facilities. Check out the full interview here.
On The Beat With Brett Jensen Hour 1 11-10-11: Brett Jensen and co-host Tom Sorensen of the Charlotte Observer look at different sides of the Penn State mess in a calm and thought-provoking manner.