- *Linebacker Adam Redden (11/29, knee) is questionable for Friday s
game against Bowling Green. Linebacker Nick Gilbo (10/28, undisclosed) is
expected to miss the remainder of the season. Offensive lineman Jasen Carlson
(10/21, leg) is expected to miss the remainder of the season. *Quarterback
Alex Zordich (11/29, concussion) is questionable for Friday's game against
Bowling Green. Long snapper Marcus McGill (10/1, hand) is expected to miss
the remainder of the season. Fullback Boomer Brock (9/5, knee) is expected to
miss the remainder of the season. Running back Jordan Johnson (8/17, elbow
surgery) is expected to miss the entire season.
Cutcliffe ready for Seminoles David Cutcliffe joined Adam and Joe at the ACC Championship to preview the title game versus Florida State. Cutcliife said that in order for his team to beat FSU, the Blue Devils have to play well, and worry about Duke.
Panthers ready for the Big Easy As he prepare for the big NFC South match up at New Orleans, Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen gives Adam and Joe insight to the team's mentality headed into the game.
Canes looking for two wins in a row Chuck Kaiton breaks down what the Canes have to do to carry over Tuesday's success to tonight's game in Nashville with The World's Strongest Morning Show on 620 The Buzz.
Wake AD: Grobe showed a coach can win here Wake Forest Athletic Director Ron Wellman discusses Jim Grobe's impact on the Demon Deacon program, and what he wants in a the next football coach , with The World's Strongest Morning Show on 620 the Buzz.
Line change beneficial for Skinner John Forslund discusses what went right for the Hurricanes in their 4-1 win, and what to expect from the team's stars moving forward, with The World's Strongest Morning Show on 620 The Buzz.
Forslund talks Canes and Caps John Forslund joined Adam and Joe to preview the Hurricanes and the Capitals. Right now, the team does not play with a consistent work ethic. Slow starts have become way too frequent. Carolina needs to turn things around, and the front line has to lead the way.