Nick Wilson from sister station WFNZ joins to discuss the Baker Mayfield trade, and to announce his future plans.
WFNZ radio host Nick Wilson joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman with his take on the Carolina Panthers' selection of offensive tackle Ikem Ekwonu in the first round of the NFL draft.
Nick Wilson , of WFNZ talks about the failed panther project in Rock Hill and quarterbacks.
Tim Boyum of the Capital News Network joins to discuss the republican senate debate tonight. Theresa Payton also stops by to discuss the Elon Musk twitter bid. CMS school board member Rhonda Cheek discusses the dismissal of the CMS superintendent. Erik Spanberg of The Charlotte Business Journal on the Panthers.
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 […]
In the least shocking news of the 2020 season for the Carolina Panthers, Christian McCaffrey has been listed as doubtful for Saturday’s game at Green Bay and is anticipated to miss his 11th game of the year. He hasn’t played since the closing seconds at Kansas City on November 8.
For nearly three decades, WBT Hall of Fame Host, John Hancock, was the spearhead of an annual giving effort to bring holiday joy to thousands of kids each year. The Bike Drive event resonated deeply with WBT listeners resulting in some 20,000 bikes to be given to tens of thousands of kids over 26 years.
It’s one thing to blow a lead on the road against a team that is generally considered to have more talent than you, but it’s entirely something else to lose at home with an extra week to prepare for a team that that by most accounts is inferior. Denver beat the Panthers 32-27 at Bank of America Stadium.
One step forward with health recovery and two steps back with injuries seems to be the year for Panthers star running back Christian McCaffrey. After missing six weeks with a high-ankle sprain, and then injuring his shoulder in his first game back, which has caused more missed games, the All Pro even injured himself while rehabbing during team’s off week.