Supportive Guy is a bright spot in a world of social media negativity. To learn more about him, check his write-up in the Charlotte Observer. In this episode, Supportive Guy asks WCNC’s Diana Rugg to ponder the most supportive sign-off she can come up with. Enjoy, and be uplifted.
For the first time ever, Brian and Brenden are joined by a guest — Scott Rafferty (@crabdribbles), who covers the NBA for Rolling Stone, the Sporting News, and The Step Back. Follow him on Twitter, and check out his awesome work at all of those publications. In this week’s episode, the guys run a… Read more »
SportsChannel8’s Carolina Hurricanes coverage is led by the guys from Section 328, season ticket holders who make noise and follow the news as well as any Canes fans out there. In this weeks Cheaters Never Win we catch up with our old friend from Vancouver Harrison Mooney to talk Canucks and musicals. We chatted about the… Read more »
The Heisman Trophy is awarded annually to the best player in college football, as voted on by a lot of people who may or may not be fulfilling their diligent duty to decide who the best player in college football is. Often times the award comes down to a combination of team success, gaudy… Read more »
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. After a… Read more »
SportsChannel8’s Carolina Hurricanes coverage is led by the guys from Section 328, season ticket holders who make noise and follow the news as well as any Canes fans out there. We might have taken a few too many shots to the head this week… or just too many shots in general. Good thing Adam Herman from… Read more »
Following an extended Thanksgiving break, Brian and Brenden returned to the SportsChannel8 studios to discuss the recent happenings of the Charlotte Hornets, who just finished up a stretch of four games in five nights. The Hornets, at 10-8, are in the middle of the pack in the Eastern Conference. Stats and Research discuss how the… Read more »
Duke won and UNC lost in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge (Wake and State also lost….but the ACC won–thanks for getting our backs, guys!) but the most important takeaways didn’t involve the players and coaches but the fans. SC8 News Director joins us to talk about Duke, UNC and NC State fans as well as some… Read more »