Category: News

Ben Swain

Hoping to cut his journalistic teeth on the Iraq war, Swain was instead mistakenly assigned the North Carolina sports beat as an intern out of college. He threw himself into the work with the same fervor he anticipated taking to the front lines and has become one of the most respected voices in modern sports media. He’s also a Duke fan from Durham County who went State. And Guilford.
Breaking News

SC8 Gives Back: It’s ACL Awareness Week


SportsChannel8 is proud to be North Carolina’s leading sports network, but we’re even more proud to be North Carolina’s leader in giving back to our wonderful community. Members of our staff are involved with such great events like the Me Fine Gala scheduled for this Saturday night, September 26th at the City Club of Raleigh,… Read more »


Goodson: This Week in Point Shaving

While most of you were asleep (well unless you are a degenerate and bet on a game that started at midnight EST), you missed out on the newest edition of “THIS WEEK IN POINT SHAVING”. We go to Honolulu, Hawaii. The Rainbow Warriors are laying 22 points against FCS level foe. After sleepwalking through the… Read more »

Breaking News

Obama eyes ban on UNC in advance of final presidential ballot


Correction: Our Invesitg8ive Team has confirmed that is a site where anyone can begin a petition and is NOT an indication that President Obama is crowdsourcing an idea to ban the UNC Tar Heels from the 2015-16 NCAA tournament. We have obtained documentation that shows the source of this petition, an NC State posting under… Read more »

ACC Power Rankings

Giftastic ACC Football Power Rankings, Week 3

1. GT, L at Notre Dame Hell of a game, but ya come up a bit short. Down by 23 points in the fourth quarter and you made it close at the end. 2. FSU, W at Boston College Got us all excited to start the game and then *pop* goes our balloon. Thanks. 3…. Read more »

Breaking News

BREAKING: Marvin Austin breaks his social media silence


Former UNC defensive lineman Marvin Austin returned to Twitter today, vowing to break his silence years after his single tweet sent the Tar Heels into a death spiral of scandal and shame. It’s unclear if Austin will address the scandal on Twitter, or if he’ll maybe use the social network to recycle jokes, tweet pictures… Read more »