CHARLOTTE – Sam Darnold threw a pair of touchdown passes and the Carolina Panthers defense swarmed New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston from a variety of angles in an overwhelming 26-7 win for the home team. The Panthers defense sacked Winston four times, and forced two interceptions as the former Buccaneers quarterback reverted to the […]

The battle for the NFC South starts early this season for the Panthers, who welcome the New Orleans Saints to town on Sunday. Kickoff set is for 1:00 on WBT. Both teams are coming off season opening wins – the Panthers beat the Jets, while the Saints dismantled the Packers 38-3. While the Saints defense […]

It’s an early season version of the South’s Oldest Rivalry, as #21 North Carolina hosts Virginia on Saturday. Kick-off is set for 7:30 on WBT. It’s the ACC opener for the Cavaliers, who are 2-0 on the season after steamrolling Illinois 42-14 last week. The Tar Heels bounced back from their season-opening loss to Virginia […]

CHARLOTTE – Sam Darnold threw for one touchdown and ran for another as he exacted his revenge in his first game against his old team, as the Carolina Panthers defeated the New York Jets, 19-14, in front of 70,211 at Bank of America Stadium. Darnold found Robby Anderson for a 57-yard touchdown pass and scampered […]

Wow! I don’t know about you, but after that game between the Bucs and the Cowboys Thursday night, I’m seriously ready for some Panther football! We finally get to see the 2021 version of this Carolina squad when they take on the New York Jets on Sunday at Bank of America stadium. Kick-off is set […]

Well, the much-anticipated season opener for North Carolina didn’t go so well. The then-10th ranked Tar Heels went to Virginia Tech and looked anything but good in a 17-10 loss to the Hokies, turning the ball over three times and managing just 208 passing yards. Ouch. After sliding down the polls to number 24, the […]

Paul Pierce has officially broken his silence on being given the boot by ESPN.

"They got the turnover, they got the touchdown, that's the difference in the game," Clemson Head Coach Dabo Swinney said. "We just didn't do a good enough job offensively when the opportunities were there to take advantage of them."