The Drive Monday 3-11-13 -Jay Bilas talks with the guys about about the smaller line-up for UNC going against Duke for the second time, what he sees happening in ACC tournament, and we talk about his new book “Toughness” that hit store shelves last week.
The Drive Friday 3-8-13 -Phil Ford joins The Drive to talk about his experiences in the Tobacco Road Rivalry, what he loves and hates about the 93 year old rivalry, and we get his memories of his old coach Dean Smith.
The Drive Friday 3-8-13 – Just a quick clip from The Drive to get you ready for Saturdays game in Chapel Hill.
The Drive Wednesday 3-6-13 – Ryan Kelly joins The Drive to talk about his 36 point performance against Miami, what the past few days have been like after returning to Cameron Indoor Stadium, and how he got the nickname “The White Raven”.
Fox Sports Mike Gminski: “This Team Has Never Had A Marquee Player And In This League You Have To Have That”
The Drive Tuesday 3-5-13 -Mike Gminski checks in with The Drive to talk about what the Bobcats need to do to get this team in the conversation with better teams in the NBA, why Michael Jordan has not become as great an owner as he was a player, and with round 2 of Duke and Carolina coming up this Saturday we get his thoughts on the rivalry that he was a part of.
The Drive Thursday 2-28-13 – Woody Durham the legendary voice of the Tar Heels talks with The Drive on the 82nd birthday of his good friend Dean Smith to recount his relationship with the great coach. They talk about how Woody was first introduced to the coach, just how the coach changed so many lives over his career in Chapel Hill, and we get an update from Woody on Dean Smith health and mental state.
Coach K Talks With The Drive: “We Won’t Schedule Maryland…They Left And We Won’t Have A Relationship With Them”
The Drive Tuesday 2-26-13 – Mike Krzyzewski, The winningest coach in the history of college basketball joined The Drive to talk about the tough stretch of games that he has had recently, how the injury to to Ryan Kelly affected the chemistry the team had, and how the conference realignment is changing the rivalries in college sports.
I know. I criticized Roy last week for keeping P.J. Hairston buried on the bench for far too long. I stand by that. But I also know that, in his place, I would have started P.J. Hairston instead of Dexter Strickland. And that would have been the wrong call. Starting him alongside Strickland, in a small lineup, has been the spark the Tar Heels desperately needed. Since then, they’ve won three out of four and played their best basketball of the year. For that, I give Roy credit.