Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and special guests automotive expert Tom Blocker, the original play-by-play radio voice of the Carolina Panthers Bill Rosinski, WBT afternoon show host Brett Winterble, Charlotte Rescue Mission Marketing & Communications Specialist Robbie McLaughlin, Senior Columnist for the Charlotte Observer and author Scott Fowler, Emily Ratliff of Claire's Army, longtime Charlotte Observer sports columnist Tom Sorensen, WBT news reporter and show host "Breaking" Brett Jensen, and WBT News Director Mark Garrison with Dirty Restaurant Tuesday!
WBT afternoon show host joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman reacting to the Carolina Panthers' firing of head coach Frank Reich.
Former NFL safety for the Seattle Seahawks and Carolina Panthers and current co-host of WCNC's Charlotte Today Eugene Robinson joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman talking about being one of 173 modern-era nominees announced for the NFL Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2024, and Andy Dalton taking over at quarterback for the Carolina Panthers next game vs. the Seattle Seahawks in place of Bryce Young who is sidelined with an ankle injury.
WBT sports reporter Sharon Thorsland joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman, Jim Szoke and Brett Jensen live from Carolina Panthers opening day of training camp in Spartanburg, SC.
by Sharon Thorsland The Panthers are still looking for that elusive first win of the season as they try to snap a year long home losing streak. They welcome division rival New Orleans to Bank of America Stadium on Sunday, which just happens to be the last team they beat at home. The Saints […]
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.
Breaking Brett Jensen stops by to talk Panthers, the ongoing situation at Olympic, and CRT. After being charged with sexual assault, an Olympic football player was seen wearing an ankle monitor during a Friday night game. Several student protests followed. The volleyball team was suspended from playing for participating in the protests. Winterble and Jensen […]
The Panthers come off a week to rest and recharge, but unfortunately they're not back to full strength following the bye. Running back Christian McCaffrey has been laid up yet again with another injury. This time his quad, along with several key players are on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Not exactly how you want to start the final quarter of the season. But at least they're facing a team that is having plenty of its own struggles. The Denver Broncos are also 4-8 on the season, although they put up a good fight in a 22-16 loss to the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs Sunday night.