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The Panthers struggled to move the football in this one, totaling just 240 yards of total offense, including just 78 rushing yards on 23 carries. While the Panthers had their issues offensively, it wasn't as if the Patriots faired much better, as they finished the day with just 273 yards of total offense to their name and averaged just 4.6 yards per play to the Panthers 4.2 per play. As Jim Szoke, one of the voices of the Panther Radio Network explained, though, turnovers were the biggest difference in this one. "In a game like this, that's when the turnovers become so critical," Szoke told the Mac Attack on Monday morning. "Yesterday they (New England) had two, but the three we had were so egregious in terms of why they happened." The Panthers turned the football over three consecutive drives with back-to-back-to-back Sam Darnold interceptions, which resulted in ten points for the Patriots, seemingly putting the Panthers away late in the third quarter.

Frank Viola was a great pitcher at St. John’s University. He pitched against Ron Darling and Yale in 1981 in a game considered the best in college baseball history. Frank was drafted by the Minnesota Twins and struggled his first two years. He rebounded to become an All-Star and World Series MVP with the Twins […]

John Beilein is one of college basketball’s most successful coaches. He is the only coach to have 20 win seasons at four different levels and is only one of six Division I coaches with over 700 wins. Beilein led Michigan to two NCAA Final Fours. He left Michigan in 2019 to coach the Cleveland Cavaliers […]

Danny Manning was one of the all-time great college basketball players at Kansas before being selected as the #1 pick in the 1988 NBA Draft. He played 14 years in the NBA and was a two-time All-Star. Manning is the only player in the NBA to come back from three ACL surgeries. He went on […]

Pastor David Chadwick built the mega Forest Hill Church in Charlotte, NC. After 39 years he was suddenly forced to resign in a very public manner. David rebounded to start the Moments of Hope Church (MOHC) in Charlotte. Along with a radio ministry on WBT, he has written eight books. LISTEN:   FOLLOW MATT DOHERTY […]

Susan Cates is a Managing Partner at Leeds Equity Partners. Susan has over 25 years of experience in investment banking, private equites and education leadership. She was also the President of Executive Development at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School where she led the groundbreaking online MBA program. Susan has witnessed the ups and downs of many […]

Dan Jansen was an Olympic speed skater that was the favorite to win in the 1988 Winter Games in the 500 and 1000 meters, but was informed his sister Jane was dying of leukemia. In the 500 meter race he fell in the first turn. Four days later in the 1000 meter event he fell […]

The former NC State Chargers and Colts standout QB joined Kyle Bailey live on the Clubhouse today live from the Charlotte Touchdown Club as he discussed what led to his decision to retire, and what he thinks of new Panthers QB Sam Darnold. The interview started with Philip discussing his decision to retire after the […]

Ryan Leaf had a stellar career as the quarterback at Washington St University. He was drafted #2 overall in the 1998 NFL Draft behind Payton Manning. Ryan’s career was cut short due to a variety of issues, both on and off the field. Ryan then fell on harder times involving drugs and jail time. Leaf […]

Hornets President of Basketball Operations and GM Mitch Kupchak joined the Clubhouse with Kyle Bailey as he previewed what will be a big offseason for the Hornets.