Category: News


Weather Moose

Much like Darren Rovell pioneered the “sports biz” industry and almost as beloved, the Weather Moose has blazed new trails in both “sports meteorology” and “moose meteorology.” He is become the trusted source in North Carolina for the answer to all-important question: Is my tailgate going to get rained on. He has also affirmed the credo that a picture is worth 1,000 words but a gif is worth infinity. He’s also a State fan from Johnston County who went to State.

Tailgate Weather Forecast

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South Florida at NC State – 9/2/2021 – 7:30PM Could you ask for better weather to start a football season? Maybe marginally. It’s going to be gorgeous today after the outer bands of Ida moved through the state yesterday. A high in the lower 80s under clear skies. Should see temperatures fall to around 72… Read more »

Media Musings: All In The Pool For Newspapers

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written by R.L. Bynum Gannett one of the newspaper chains pooling resources in North Carolina Chains that have depleted newspapers with layoffs, buyouts and attrition are finding creative ways to pool resources. McClatchy has done that regionally for a few years, including pooling stories from The N&O and The Charlotte Observer to run in both… Read more »

8itorial: What Was Hubert Trying To Say?

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written by W. Brenden Whitted “We can win only if we convince the world that I’m doing this because you are a great ball player and a fine gentleman.” Branch Rickey spoke these words the first time he met with Jackie Robinson in 1945 when discussing Robinson breaking baseball’s segregation. Whenever color barriers are broken,… Read more »

To 𝘵𝘩𝘦 Max

Articles, The Baseball Podcast

Episode 2 of this much anticipated season is here, but sadly Max is not. Daron Vaught and Mark Wood carry us through this one, covering some of the major storylines of the MLB season so far. Find out how Enos Slaughter was nearly Mark’s dad. Also, like free stuff? Listen to find out how you… Read more »

Media Musings: Krause Making Up For Lost Sports

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Written by R.L. Bynum A busy schedule for the versatile Krause with fall sports shifting to spring When traditional fall sports either stretched into or were moved to spring, few broadcasters have been more versatile and busier than Matt Krause. During one three-city, three-day, four-sport stretch, he worked women’s basketball, field hockey, soccer and football… Read more »