Former longtime Clemson Head Coach and current ACC Network/FSN analyst Tommy Bowden joined the show for a season preview and to breakdown the local ACC teams
The Internet sports blogs went nuts showing UNC’s head football coach Larry Fedora showing off his 6-pack abs on Twitter with his daughter on Fourth Of July vacation.
But these same sports blogs went extra crazy when Duke’s David Cutcliffe and NC State’s Dave Doeren went to a local car wash and showed off their own ‘six packs.’ with cans of beer.
With College football right around the corner it is time to make some predictions for the ACC in 2014. Here are some of my predictions for the Atlantic and Coastal Divisions.
While athletes like Panthers’ Mike Tolbert are shedding the pounds going into NFL training camp, we wanted to highlight the biggest weight losses that professional athletes have undergone both on and off the field, court, or arena.
Jeff Fischel from the ACC Digital Network joined the guys to preview the season that is just a few weeks away. He explains why he thinks FSU and Miami will have a big year. He also touches on our local teams here and the impact that Jacoby Brissett could have on NC State
Former Heel and 4x NFL Pro Bowl Tight End Alge Crumpler joined the guys to talk College Football as he will all season long on FOX Sports South.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — After losing out on Gordon Hayward, the Charlotte Hornets landed one of his former teammates with the Utah Jazz.
The Hornets agreed to a $14 million, two-year contract with free-agent forward Marvin Williams, according to a person familiar with the deal.
You remember last summers blockbuster The Summer of PJ” well buckle up because everyone’s favorite Tar Heel is back with more excitement, more action, and more drama. Its “The Summer of PJ Part II” This edition brings you Fats Thomas, the throw down at the YWCA, and the car swap. Get your tickets now for what will be the best movie of the season.
Chip Patterson from CBSSports.com joined the show to preview the upcoming College Football season. He explains why Duke can still contend in the Coastal, Clemson taking a step back this season, and what to expect from NC State & UNC as well
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina’s Kennedy Meeks is still slimming down.
The rising sophomore says he weighs around 270 pounds, down about 45 pounds since arriving on campus. In an interview with reporters Wednesday, Meeks said he feels more explosive and can play longer stretches without fatigue.