WFNZ's Nick Wilson of Wilson and Norfleet joins Bo Thompson with his take on the Carolina Panthers season as they attempt to get some positive momentum going - after this bye week - with a home game against the Atlanta Falcons on December 12th.
The Panthers are looking to bounce back from a disappointing loss to Washington when they take on the Dolphins in Miami on Sunday. After opening the season with a win over the Patriots, the Dolphins then reeled off seven straight losses. But they’ve won three straight now, including last week’s win over the Jets. The […]
It’s rivalry week for North Carolina, with the Tar Heels traveling to Carter Finley Stadium to take on NC State in a Black Friday showdown. The Heels are now bowl eligible after a win over Wofford last week improved them to 6-5 on the season. Over in Raleigh, meanwhile, the Wolfpack is in the hunt […]
Superman returns to Bank of America Stadium Sunday as the Panthers welcome the Washington Football Team for a key NFC matchup. Cam Newton will make his home debut after re-signing with the team that drafted him. And oh yeah, his former coach will also be on hand. Ron Rivera is in his second season as […]
North Carolina will try yet again to become bowl eligible this weekend. The Tar Heels welcome Wofford to Kenan Stadium for a noon matchup before the regular-season finale next Friday at NC State. The Heels are just 5-5 on the season after a heartbreaking overtime loss to Pitt. Wofford is also coming off an overtime […]
Beth Troutman joins Bo Thompson with her reaction to the return of Cam Newton to the Carolina Panthers, favorite songs of the 80's - triggered by our news anchor Mark Mueller's top 100 songs of the 80's lists, and the power of baked goods cooked with love for Thanksgiving.
WBT afternoon host Brett Winterble joins Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with his take on President Biden's signing the $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law, word that there is tension behind the scenes in the White House with Vice President Kamala Harris, and Brett participating in a political roundtable event with Emerson College in Boston.
Our media expert Dr. Robert Thompson joins Bo Thompson with word that sportscaster Al Michaels may be considering moving from NBC to Amazon Prime, MSNBC's Brian Williams leaving NBC at the end of the year, and Yellowstone getting some high ratings for Paramount network.