For the second time in four years, the Clemson Tigers are sitting a 2-2 after the first four weeks of the season. A missed field goal late in regulation led to a tough loss on their home turf to the Florida State Seminoles in overtime on Saturday, giving the Tigers a second conference loss before […]
The starting QB of the North Carolina Tar Heels Drake Maye joined Kyle Bailey earlier today from ACC Media Days as he previewed the upcoming season as well as the expectations for the Tar Heels entering 2023. Drake started by reflecting back on 2022 and what he learned about himself as he learned to enjoy […]
For the second time in the three seasons, Charlotte’s Romare Bearden Park will be the host for the first College Gameday of the year. The news was officially announced earlier this afternoon that the ESPN staple will set the stage for the first weekend of college football ahead of the primetime matchup between the North […]
Phil Steele writer of the College Football Preview Magazine joined the Mac & Bone show to preview the seasons of the local colleges. Here is what he thinks each team will bring to the table this upcoming season. Clemson: He is very bullish on the Tigers, having them favored in all 12 games they play. […]
Fans around the world of college sports have been expressing concerns about the direction of amateur athletics for years. The elements that usually seem to come under fire the most are the transfer portal and NIL collectives that have been established. While those things certainly have their negatives, it doesn't seem to be the thing that could cost college sports fans.
The 2021 Tar Heel football season mercifully came to an end on Thursday afternoon in Bank of America Stadium with a disastrous 38-21 loss to the South Carolina Gamecocks, a team that came in with one of the worst offenses in all of college football. That loss may have been the final time that Sam Howell will suit up in his college football career and, like it seemed happened too often during his three year career in Chapel Hill, he walked away with a loss that he did everything to avoid with his play at the quarterback position. Howell has yet to make his intentions for his future public yet, but if this is it, it's hard not to feel like the Tar Heels weren't able to do enough with the best quarterback in school history.
In a press conference earlier this week, North Carolina Tar Heels head football coach Mack Brown said that this was going to be quarterback Sam Howell's final game in Kenan Stadium on Saturday afternoon when they face the Wofford Terriers for Senior Day. While Howell said later in the week that he has not made an official decision on that yet, it seems likely that with him looking like he is going to go in the first round of this year's NFL Draft that the Tar Heels will be searching for a new signal-caller ahead of next year's crucial fourth year under Brown second tenure in Chapel Hill.