Hosted by David Glenn, The David Glenn Show is one of the largest regionally syndicated sports radio programs in the nation, heard on 25-plus AM/FM signals in more than 200 cities and towns across North Carolina, as well as parts of South Carolina and Virginia.
17th-year Hall of Fame HC of the Tar Heels, Roy Williams, joins the show to discuss the heartbreaking loss of the last time Duke and UNC faced off at the Smith Center, UNC's recent hot streak and improvement, and what makes being the road team at Cameron Indoor Stadium, in the Duke-Carolina rivalry, so unique. CBB analyst for ESPN & ACC Network, Dalen Cuff, joins the show to discuss his first memories of the Duke-Carolina rivalry, the factors from both the Duke and Carolina sides that could affect the outcome of the game, and whether or not he thinks Duke is capable of being a Final Four team.
CBS Sports & Sixers TV analyst, Alaa Abdelnaby, joins the show to discuss Carolina-Duke, how the tension of Carolina-Duke builds for the players throughout the week leading up to the game, and which NBA teams are actually championship contenders and which teams are just wannabe contenders. DG gives the list of players that he thinks are most deserving of being on the All-ACC roster, and how such things should be voted on.
DG discusses the difference between this year's Duke team and all of Coach K's NCAA title teams, when the last time was that Duke and Carolina faced off when neither team was nationally ranked, and whether or not the Canes have enough time to try and squeak into the NHL Playoffs, especially given their recent health issues.
DG discusses why the NFL is asking for the Supreme Court to review a case that would affect the future of DirectTV's Sunday Ticket, which three teams, when you combine them, combine for about a 50% chance to when the NCAA Tournament, and DG gives his thoughts on the Kentucky fan that yelled racial slurs at a Tennessee fan following the Vols upsetting the Wildcats.
Former HC of both App State & Georgia Tech basketball, 3x ACC Coach of the Year, National Coach of the Year in 1990, and 3x ACC Tournament Champion, Bobby Cremins, joins the show to discuss his opinion on the ACC Tournament moving around so much, what the emotion was like to win the ACC Tournament as a #6 seed, what the future of Georgia Tech basketball could look like, and who he thinks is the best team and coach in the ACC. Notre Dame Senior forward, John Mooney, joins the show to discuss Notre Dame's near upset of FSU last night in South Bend, how he thinks Notre Dame is positioned as the Irish head to the ACC Tournament in Greensboro, and what he and his dad's golf game looks like in the off season.
DG discusses whether or not you should trust the Panthers' most recent move to trade OT Trai Turner to the Chargers for LT Russell Okung, who could end up being the best option to take over for Danny Manning, if he is bought out as HC of Wake Forest basketball, and how many National TV games the Canes have this season.
DG discusses the process that would have to take place if Wake Forest elects to fire, and buy out HC Danny Manning, whether or not UNC is playing like a team that could run the table and shock everyone at the ACC Tournament in Greensboro, and how much push back DG receives from schools when discussing their coaching carousel and "hot seat" topics.
ESPN bracketologist, Joe Lunardi, joins the show to discuss posting the first ESPN bracket of his career, NC State's place on the NCAA Tournament bubble, and which matters more in the bubble picture, good wins or bad losses. DG discusses whether or not it would be smart for Wake Forest to continue to move into the future with Danny Manning as the HC, and what exactly Marshawn Lynch meant when he said, "Take care of your chicken".
11th-year NCCU basketball coach, LeVelle Moton, joins the show to discuss the tragic shooting death of NCCU football player, Trevor Van Dyke, the Eagles being undefeated on home court this season, the experience he was fortunate enough to have on his senior night, and why legacy has become so important to him. DG discusses whether or not it's finally time for Wake Forest to cut ties with Danny Manning, and Marshawn Lynch getting chosen to be the speaker for Princeton's "Class Day".
Legendary and recently honored former HC of Wake Forest basketball, Dave Odom, joins the show to discuss the emotion of the banner ceremony at Lawrence Joel Coliseum that honored both him and the 1995 Demon Deacons, if he thinks that Wake Forest could make a deep run in the ACC Tournament, and what he thinks the future holds for Wake Forest HC Danny Manning. 2013 MOP of the Final Four & CBB analyst on ACC Network and ESPN, Luke Hancock, joins the show to discuss who he thinks could win ACC Coach of the Year, why we see so many upsets during March Madness, and what he thinks NC State could still do to get themselves into the NCAA Tournament.
DG discusses Duke beating NC State, whether or not Duke is playing well enough to get out of the first round of the NCAA Tournament, what NC State needs to do to get themselves into the NCAA Tournament, and a story of someone that played for one college, but then ended up accepting a job to coach at the arch rival school.
DG discusses whether or not it would be acceptable to play for one school, but then turn around and get a job at, or coach for the school's arch rival, the big difference between our biggest college rivalries(UNC-Duke, OSU-Michigan) and biggest pro rivalries(Yankees-Red Sox, Lakers-Celtics), and why Rob Gronkowski thought that a phone call from NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, was a prank. Voice of the Duke Blue Devils, David Shumate, joins the show to discuss Duke's win over NC State, why Coach K switched from man to zone defense, last night, and why Tre Jones and Vernon Carey Jr. aren't enough to carry the Blue Devils.
NFL and Panthers writer for The Athletic Carolina, Joe Person, joins the show to discuss the biggest takeaways from the NFL Combine, James Bradberry looking to become one of the highest paid cornerbacks in the NFL, and what the future could look for Greg Olsen as a broadcaster, following Tony Romo signing a big contract to stay with CBS Sports. DG discusses the push back the Canes received for their Pride Night celebration, and what the biggest difference is between this year's Duke team and other National title teams that Coach K has had in the past.
10th-year Coach of the Clemson Tigers, Brad Brownell, joins the show to discuss Clemson's big upset over FSU, whether or not he thinks that Clemson is now on the NCAA Tournament bubble, and why he thinks the ACC Tournament belongs in North Carolina. DG discusses whether or not LeBron James was right to be so certain about the future of the NBA being in good hands, and UNC, NC State, and Wake Forest all being on the "Best of the Weekend" list, together.
DG discusses the differences between the struggles of both the Canes and Duke, just how many ranked teams were beaten in college basketball, this weekend, and if Duke's recent unraveling takes away some of the weight of NC State's win against Duke and potentially another win against the Devils, for the Pack, tonight, at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
ESPN CBB analyst & writer for The Athletic, Chris Spatola, joins the show to discuss where Duke's struggles have come from, which ACC coach should be fired at the end of the season, and his opinion on too many at-large bids for Power Five conferences making it harder for the smaller mid-major schools to get into the NCAA Tournament. DG discusses China swimmer, Sun Yang, one of the world's premier swimmers, getting banned from competition for eight years after violating anti-doping rules, and what he expects from Jamie Newman, following his transfer from Wake Forest to the Georgia Bulldogs.
DG discusses why Garth Brooks received hate from social media for wearing a Barry Sanders jersey at his Detroit concert, whether or not he thinks NC State will end up on the right side of the NCAA Tournament bubble, whether you'll remember how the Wolfpack potentially gets into the NCAA Tournament, or just the fact that they got in or not, and why prospects at the NFL Combine are being asked if they'd wash a veteran's car, once a week.
DG discusses why there are so many at-large NCAA Tournament bids for the Power Five conferences making it harder for smaller mid-major schools to get in the tournament, and why conference champions get automatic NCAA Tournament bids, but regular season champions don't. NFL and Panthers writer for The Athletic Carolina, Joudran Rodrigue, joins the show to discuss bizarre interview questions prospects get asked at the NFL Combine, what the future is starting to look like for the Panthers and Cam Newton's relationship, and how many of the prospects from North Carolina colleges are looking at the NFL Combine.
NBA & Hornets writer for The Charlotte Observer, Rick Bonnell, joins the show to discuss the recent indefinite suspension of Charlotte Hornets guard, Malik Monk, for violating the NBA's anti-drug program, whether or not Zion Williamson could catch Ja Morant for NBA Rookie of the Year, whether or not Lebron James could pass Giannis Antetokounmpo for league MVP, and other playoff perspectives around the NBA. DG discusses why Congress is all of a sudden discussing sports tickets.
DG discusses whether or not Cam Newton, Matt Rhule, and David Tepper's comments, about Cam's future, can be translated into something that actually makes sense, the backlash and complaints that have been sent to the FCC about the Super Bowl halftime show, and whether or not there is a double standard behind those complaints.
Hurricanes and NHL writer for The Athletic Carolina, Sara Civian, joins the show to discuss NC State's role in getting the 2021 NHL Stadium Series game out to Carter Finley Stadium, David Ayres' big night with the Canes, and whether or not the Canes are in a good position for a playoff push, following the NHL trade deadline. DG discusses where Duke stands after several questionable losses, this season, and a pro team that will be covering transportation for their fans to get out to games, regardless of if you're a season ticket holder or not.
CBS Sports bracketologist, Jerry Palm, joins the show to discuss the details that go into deciding which bubble teams get into the NCAA Tournament, whether or not NC State has any more chances to get onto the right side of the bubble, and who he has as his favorite to win the National Championship. 6th-year Wake Forest coach, Danny Manning, joins the show to discuss last night's upset over Duke, the incredible performance of Brandon Childress, and the emotion to be expected on Senior Night as the Deacons host Notre Dame, on Saturday. DG discusses some of the wrinkles that came over the course of Maria Sharapova's tennis career through both a PED suspension and sexism from others.
DG discusses Wake Forest upsetting Duke, where the ACC's "Big 3" stands among the favorites to win the NCAA Tournament, Maria Sharapova electing to retire from tennis, and an interesting thing that took place between Chris Paul and Coby White, last night.
Former Wolfpack star, Chris Corchiani, joins the show to discuss the Wolfpack going to Chapel Hill to take on UNC, what his reflections are, as we come down the stretch of NC State's season, and the how today's college basketball players use their college platform compared to how they did when he was in the college game. DG discusses the questions that could arise about the job security of certain head coaches around the ACC, once everyone is in Greensboro at the ACC Tournament, and the unbelievable excuse that Deontay Wilder is using for his loss to Tyson Fury.
NCAA champion, in 2005, as a player with UNC & current HC of the UNCG Spartans, Wes Miller, joins the show to discuss the ACC Tournament's return to Greensboro, the season that the Tar Heels are having, and his thoughts on the passing of Kobe Bryant. The Hurricanes emergency backup goaltender & this week's story of the sports world, David Ayres, joins the show to discuss the unlikely scenario that took place against in the Canes win against the Maple Leafs, the media explosion that he's experienced, and the reception he expects to receive as the siren sounder for tonight's Canes game.
DG discusses the outlook for each basketball program in the "Big Four", whether or not Joe Burrow will pull and Eli Manning and try to get out of getting drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals, how Tua Tagovailoa's past injuries will affect his draft stock, and how likely it is that Danny Manning will remain the HC of the Demon Deacons after this season.
Carolina Hurricanes & Fox Sports Carolinas host & rinkside reporter, Mike Maniscalco, joins the show to discuss David Ayers historic night for the Canes, the Canes trading to get Vincent Trocheck, and what comes next for the Canes after losing Petr Mrazek, Brett Pesce, and James Reimer to injury. DG discusses NC State's loss to FSU, and the twins that could be facing off with one another, in Los Angeles, in the NBA Playoffs.
DG discusses where NC State sits in the NCAA Tournament bubble conversation, following the loss to FSU, why former NC State sharpshooter, Archie Miller, found his way onto our "Best of the Weekend" list, and why Brooks Koepka just compared Patrick Reed to the Houston Astros.
DG discusses the Canes making history in their win over the Maple Leafs with emergency backup goaltender, David Ayres, and what the big difference is between the emergency backup goaltender position and other backup positions in the sports world. Hall of Fame college basketball writer for The Sporting News, Mike DeCourcy, joins the show to discuss who he has as the favorite to win the National Championship, Bill Self's comments about Baylor, and why he hates the process of coaches shaking hands at the end of each game.
DG discusses what Coach Kevin Keatts meant when he said that FSU plays the way he hopes that NC State will eventually play, and gives his thoughts on the potential new Collective Bargaining Agreement, for the NFL. ECU Athletics Director, Jon Gilbert, joins the show to discuss the ECU-Marshall football game that will take place on "Week 0" of the college football season to honor the 50th anniversary of the tragic Marshall football plane crash.
Head coach of the Wolfpack, Kevin Keatts, joins the show to discuss NC State's upset over Duke, why he doesn't think it's a good idea to talk about making the NCAA Tournament, with his team, and the progress that Markell Johnson has made that led to his career high, 28 points, against Duke. CBS Sports senior NFL reporter, Jonathan Jones, joins the show to discuss the newly proposed NFL Playoff format, NFL free agency, and what the future may look like for Cam Newton.
DG discusses NC State's big upset over Duke, what the Wolfpack should be thinking about next, whether or not Coach K made a good point with his, "This isn't an Xbox game" analogy, and whether not allowing Little Leagues to use the Astros as one of the teams, because of the cheating scandal, would be taking things a little too far.
NBA and Hornets writer for The Athletic Carolina, Rod Boone, joins the show following the NBA All-Star break to discuss Lebron James' comments on the MLB commissioner and the Astros cheating scandal, what the plan is moving forward, for the Charlotte Hornets, and his prediction for the NBA Finals Champion. Owner of the Carolina Hurricanes, Tom Dundon, joins the show to discuss bringing the 2021 NHL Stadium Series game to the Canes, what he remembers about the "Miracle on Ice", and where the Canes stand as we approach the NHL trade deadline.
DG discusses how many NBA lottery picks are on the current Duke squad, whether or not the NCAA should be allowed to tell a player when they are, and are not allowed to transfer, why Greg Olsen couldn't get the same treatment from the Carolina Panthers, contractually, that Drew Brees just got from the Saints, and what advice, from Andy Reid, Ron Rivera just took heed to in his move from Charlotte to Washington DC.
DG discusses whether or not it's a good thing that the NCAA is probably about to see more player transfers than it ever has, and if Rob Manfred is in danger of losing his position as commissioner of the MLB. Wake Forest assistant coach, former Wake Forest PG, and 1995 ACC Male Athlete of the Year, Randolph Childress, joins the show to discuss what it's like to coach his son, Brandon, his relationship with Tim Duncan, and how he stays connected with many of his former Wake Forest teammates on that 1995 ACC Championship team.
Daron discusses who has handled the cheating scandal worse, the Astros or the MLB, and then Daron is joined by Brian Geisinger, of ACCSports.com and Sports Channel 8, to discuss all things ACC hoops, and whether or not NC State has to win against both Duke and FSU to keep their NCAA Tournament bid alive.
Daron Vaught, filling in for DG today, discusses why there may be a silver lining to what's become a gut wrenching season for UNC, and why this year's ACC Tournament may be the most important one Greensboro has ever hosted. Basketball analyst for ACC Network, Luke Hancock, joins the show to discuss just how important the game against Duke and FSU will be for NC State's NCAA Tournament hopes, how much of a lock for the NCAA Tournament UVA is, and what needs to be done about the restrictive nature of transferring in the NCAA.
Daron discusses all things NBA with Brian Geisinger, what the biggest surprise of the NBA season has been, and whether or not the Hornets had to get rid of Kemba Walker if they were going to begin the process of a successful rebuild. Daron then previews his podcast conversation with Bill Ripken about Ripken's new book, "State of Play: The Old School Guide to New School Baseball".
DG discusses the giant debacle of this year's NHL Stadium Series, how the Canes can avoid those same mistakes when they host the Stadium Series next year, whether or not Carlos Correa made any valid points in his rebuttal of Cody Bellinger's comments about the Houston Astros cheating scandal, and if Garrison Brooks has developed himself into an NBA prospect.
DG discusses how believable, or unbelievable, Myles Garrett's most recent accusations against Mason Rudolph were, and which ten ACC teams are dead as far as getting an automatic NCAA Tournament bid are concerned. Celebrated former head coach of Wake Forest basketball, 2x ACC Tournament Champion, and 3x ACC Coach of the Year, Dave Odom, joins the show ahead of being honored at Lawrence Joel Coliseum, and discusses who the player was the began to change things for the Demon Deacons, back in the 90s.
DG discusses NC State's chances at making the NCAA Tournament, after an ugly loss at Boston College, whether or not UNC will win any of the final six games of their regular season, and what he thought made Duke's win against Notre Dame so impressive.
DG continues to discuss the Houston Astros cheating scandal, and whether or not the Astros' 2017 World Series Championship should be vacated. ESPN CBB analyst, Chris Spatola, joins the show to discuss just how big NC State's win over Syracuse was, whether that was enough to get the Wolfpack into the NCAA Tournament, and what's really contributing to the down year in college basketball.
DG discusses how the Astros players that didn't participate in the cheating should've handled the situation, whether or not there will be any Charlotte Hornets representation at NBA All-Star Weekend, and if Zion Williamson could potentially be the factor that pushes the Pelicans into NBA playoffs?
DG continues to discuss the Astros cheating scandal, whether or not any of the Astros were sincere with their apologies, and also discusses Drew Pearson going after former Colorado HC, Mel Tucker, on social media after Tucker up and left Colorado when he promised Pearson's grandson, who is a CU commit, and many others that he wouldn't be going anywhere. NBA and Hornets writer for The Charlotte Observor, Rick Bonnell, joins the show to discuss his favorite parts of NBA All-Star weekend, whether or not Lebron James belongs in the MVP conversation, and what direction the Charlotte Hornets are headed in.
Host of Packer & Durham on ACC Network and radio voice of the Atlanta Falcons, Wes Durham, joins the show to discuss the conversation he had with NC State head basketball coach, Kevin Keatts, about Valentine's Day, how incredible Wes's wife has been with his career path, and where Duke currently stands among the ACC's best.
2X NASCAR Cup Series Champion and driver of the #18 M&Ms Toyota Camry for Joe Gibbs Racing, Kyle Busch, joins the show to discuss vacation after winning last season's championship, his experience at the Super Bowl in Miami, and the upcoming Daytona 500. Former Champion at UNC, in 1993, and Tar Heel Sports Network radio analyst, Eric Montross, joins the show to discuss UNC's ugly loss at Wake Forest, how Vernon Cary fouling out of the Carolina-Duke game changed the momentum of the game, and why this years Tar Heel squad is different than others who lacked great talent, in the past.
Panthers and NFL writer for The Athletic Carolina, Jourdan Rodrigue, joins the show to discuss David Tepper's latest comments on Cam Newton, if those comments gives an idea on what Tepper's plans for Cam Newton are, and what the future could hold for Christian McCaffrey in Carolina. CBS Sports bracketologist, Jerry Palm, also joins the show to discuss whether or not NC State's win over Syracuse improved their NCAA Tournament chances, why Carolina's losses without Cole Anthony shouldn't lose any weight, and how Duke's resume stacks up with others.
DG discusses whether or not NC State's victory over Syracuse improved their NCAA Tournament bid chances, what will be the determining factor on UNC showing up to the ACC Tournament dysfunctional or not, and what some of the more realistic goals should be for your favorite college teams.