WBT sports reporter Sharon Thorsland joins Bo Thompson with her take on the UNC Tar Heels 94 - 81 victory over the Duke Blue Devils on coach Mike Krzyzewski's final game at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson talking about the record setting crowd and enthusiasm for Charlotte FC's first home game at Bank of America stadium, the possibility that President Joe Biden could travel to Saudi Arabia to ask for increased oil production, and the everchanging Charlotte schedule of elections.

Carolina Panthers long snapper and longest tenured player J.J. Jansen joins Bo Thompson, David Chadwick, Jim Szoke and Brett Jensen in studio talking about re-signing with the Panthers, his take on the Big Game this Sunday, and a City of Hope CLT campaign surprise announcement.

Brett Winterble is joined by Brett Jensen to discuss the stunning renovations made to the Charlotte FC Stadium!

WBT sports alumnus Brett McMillan joins Bo Thompson and Jim Szoke with his take on the NASCAR Busch Light Clash race at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Charlotte Hornets President & Vice Chairman Fred Whitfield joins Bo Thompson with his take on the NBA All Star Game player selections in which Lamelo Ball and other Hornets were not picked, the Hornets taking on some top Eastern Conference opponents in the next few games, and team plans for the celebration of Black History Month.

The radio play-by-play voice of Charlotte Football Club Will Palaszczuk from WFNZ joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen in studio to talk about being selected as the radio announcer for the professional soccer team.

WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen talking about the shrinkage of Facebook's user base and drop in stock and former Miami Dolphins coach Brian Flores' lawsuit against the NFL.

A stat laden-football barrage from yours truly? No. Instead, how my opinion of Tom Brady changed over time, and why.

Who I pulled for in the NFL playoffs, why social media platforms like to censor information from non-socialists, and WBT's 100th Anniversary draws nearer.