Podcast focusing on the Atlantic Coast Conference.
10/28/2008 | Download File (34.03 MB) - right click to download
The final podcast -- Patrick and Q figure getting out now is a good idea since neither one can figure out what the hell is happening in ACC football. Three ranked teams lost two weekends ago. That meant three different ACC teams were ranked and then two of them lost this past weekend. Virginia is in control of it's own destiny, a few short weeks after being declared the worst team in the conference. Wake and Virginia Tech, the favorites by some to play for the ACC title, have no offense. Carolina appeared to have no offense, then found it against Boston College. Florida State may be back. And Miami isn't out of the picture. And on and on and on. With each new week, things just get crazier. Will Ojanen joins the guys to reveal his new blogging location. He also gives his thoughts on player and coach of the year, plus which basketball coaches are on the hot seat. Speaking of basketball, Dan Bonner joins the guys to discuss ACC hoops. Dan doesn't think there is such a thing as too much talent, a problem some think North Carolina may have. He also isn't sold on Duke or Wake.
10/22/2008 | Download File (24.98 MB) - right click to download
Patrick and Q wonder what the heck happened in ACC football this past weekend. It started with three teams ranked and ended the same way, but they weren't the same three teams. Patrick has issues with squirrels and Heather Dinich. Q has issues with Cullen Harper. The first BCS rankings are available and two ACC teams made an appearance in the top 25. The ACC Basketball Handbook is out and the must-read for the ACC hoops fan lists its preseason rankings. No surprise that North Carolina is No 1, but the guys think the teams ranked two through six could finish in any order. And Q names his surprise teams of the season. The guys also have an announcement at the end of the show you'll want to stick around for -- say it ain't so.
10/14/2008 | Download File (32.74 MB) - right click to download
Guests: Jim Young of ACCSports.com and Bill of Eagle in Atlanta 0:28 -- Opening 6:16 -- Jim Young of the ACC Sports Journal and ACCSports.com joins the guys to talk about Tommy Bowden getting the boot at Clemson and Brandon Tate's injury that not only ends his season, but ends his career at North Carolina. 22:17 -- Patrick and Q give their thoughts on Bowden and Clemson football. 30:37 -- Matt's alive 35:11 -- ACC Nation football power poll 42:36 -- Beat the Blogger with Bill from Eagle in Atlanta and Steve from Seattle 1:04:53 -- Listener call from Chris in Oklahoma 1:09:49 -- Closing
10/9/2008 | Download File (22.16 MB) - right click to download
Guests: J. Diggs of NovaSportsPicks.com, Andrew Carter of the Orlando Sentinel and Brad Hargreaves of GoCrossCampus.com. 0:32 -- Opening 3:12 -- J. Diggs of NovaSportsPicks.com gives us the line on this weekend's ACC games, plus handicaps the Clemson at Wake and Notre Dame at UNC games. 14:35 -- Andrew Carter of the Orlando Sentinel talks some FSU football with Patrick 29:07 --Brad Hargreaves tells us all about the ACC tournament at GoCrossCampus.com. 36:11 -- Kurt from Tampa calls the Buzz Line with his thoughts on why the SEC is overrated.
10/7/2008 | Download File (38.21 MB) - right click to download
Guests: Woody Durham, Voice of the Tar Heels; Larry Williams, Clemson beat writer for the Post and Courier; and Rob Mahini of the Good Ol' Blog 0:32 -- Opening: Can Patrick still claim the LA Dodgers as his team? 5:10 -- Weekly poll: Would you rather root for a college football team that wins just one game in a season, but that game is against your biggest rival; or a team that loses just one game, again to your biggest rival? 8:07 -- Listener call: Chris from Oklahoma talks FSU football 10:19 - ACC Nation Power Poll 14:34 -- Caulton Tudor thinks Carolina can run the table? Patrick doesn't think it can happen. 19:12 -- More ACC football talk 24:50 -- Listener call: Greg from Atlanta weighs in on Duke, Wake and UNC football 31:08 -- Woody Durham, Voice of the Tar Heels 46:03 -- Larry Williams, Clemson beat writer for the Post and Courier 1:00:19 -- Beat the Blogger with Rob of the Good Ol' Blog 1:19:24 -- Closing