Category: Podcast


Hayes Permar

What does Hayes like about sports? Walk offs, walkovers, walk ups, walk outs, walks, Ewoks, “Walk Like A Man” by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. He is from Wake County and dropped out of Davidson, UNC and NC State, jumps on whatever in-state bandwagon is currently tracking towards a championship and has a favorite team but pretends he doesn’t for journalistic purposes.

College Hoops Preview Podcast, Part 1

The SC8 Podcast

Even as the state of North Carolina has added NBA, NFL and, more recently, competitive college football teams, one thing has always reigned supreme: College Basketball (and, NASCAR, sort of…but MOSTLY….college basketball) It should be another great year for hoops in the state as Duke shoulders the mantle of preseason #1, UNC returns a ton… Read more »

Burgundy Blogcast, Season 2, Episode 9

Burgundy Blogcast

Before the Panthers came to town, the most followed NFL team in the Carolinas was the Washington Redskins. For a generation of North Carolinians, an affinity for the team in our nation’s capital still remains. For this reason, SportsChannel8 brings you the Burgundy Blogcast, the official podcast of our good friend Burgundy Blog. The tie… Read more »

Burgundy Blogcast; Season 2, Episode 8

Burgundy Blogcast

Before the Panthers came to town, the most followed NFL team in the Carolinas was the Washington Redskins. For a generation of North Carolinians, an affinity for the team in our nation’s capital still remains. For this reason, SportsChannel8 brings you the Burgundy Blogcast, the official podcast of our good friend Burgundy Blog. On the… Read more »

Burgundy Blogcast; Season 2, Episode 7

Burgundy Blogcast

Before the Panthers came to town, the most followed NFL team in the Carolinas was the Washington Redskins. For a generation of North Carolinians, an affinity for the team in our nation’s capital still remains. For this reason, SportsChannel8 brings you the Burgundy Blogcast, the official podcast of our good friend Burgundy Blog. The Redskins… Read more »