Category: Articles

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.

Wolfpack Worth the Wait?


According to a random UNC fan on twitter, NC State has failed to win a conference or division title in any significant sport in 26 years. It's official: for the 26th consecutive year, NC State has failed to win so much as a share of a division title, regular season ACC title, or ACC tournament… Read more »

“Alexa, troll the Washington Capitals”


Maybe you have an Amazon Echo. Maybe, like me, your Dad gave one to everyone in your family for Christmas. Perhaps, as with me, you use it primarily to turn on some music from time to time, ask it about the weather occasionally, and get creeped by it once a week when it responds to… Read more »

Media Musings: Tourney Time for ACC Baseball Broadcasts


by R.L Bynum Many times, college baseball broadcasts solo shows Unlike the three-announcer crews common for football and men’s basketball radio broadcasts, many times college baseball broadcasts — much like the minor leagues — are solo shows. Their coverage begins when basketball is the focus of most fans, with little attention and much smaller audiences… Read more »

Will David Tepper Bring His Big Brass Balls To Charlotte?


This is David Tepper: He is about to enter the 32-member NFL Owners Club, one of the most elite, wealthy, powerful clubs in America. More specifically, he’s about to become the owner of the Carolina Panthers, which means you’re about to see headlines like: How Much Did David Tepper Pay For The Panthers? and 5 Things… Read more »

Media Musings: Sports Radio Shuffle


by R.L. Bynum CBC shuffles sports stations, adds music station The long history of daily local sports radio shows on WDNC (620 AM) ended with a Capitol Broadcasting Company’s shuffle Tuesday that has added a new yet-to-be-named music station to the CBC mix. There will still be sports stations branded as The Buzz, The Ticket… Read more »