In the 26 years I’ve been on this earth, my family and I have always turned to WRAL’s unrivaled reporting and you, as an incredibly talented journalist.
Bill, you have been a fixture in broadcasting and our community for more than three decades. From your start as a “whippersnapper” in the business, as you described yourself on the WRAL special that aired Thursday night, to being a recipient of multiple awards for your work, it has undoubtedly been an outstanding career.
Beautiful weather, outstanding golf, and meeting my favorite players. It all made for an exciting time in Charlotte at the 2018 Wells Fargo Championship.
This was my second visit to Quail Hollow Club and it is one of the more beautiful courses out there. Having perfect weather is always a plus as well and there was plenty of it to be had down in the Queen City.
1. Helping the Community
An EF-2 tornado that hit earlier this week, hitting the Greensboro area hard. A group of former and current N.C. State Basketball players teamed up once again on Wednesday to help the people in their community clean up the devastation.
1. Woody Durham
The sports world lost a truly unique and incredible person this week: Woody Durham. He spent 40 years as The Voice of the Tar Heels, lending himself to so many memorable calls in UNC history. Woody will be missed.
Make sure to read my tribute to Woody here.
The UNC community and the sports world suffered a tremendous loss today. Woody Durham was one of the most iconic voices in radio broadcast history.
Fans and the media alike have often referred to a “brotherhood” mentality surrounding the Duke Basketball program. That mentality was thrown out the door on Thursday night in Chapel Hill.
1. Mack to the Super BowlI’d like to send a quick shoutout to Mack Hollins. The former UNC wide receiver is heading to Super Bowl LII as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles! Not bad for your first season, eh? I had the pleasure of meeting Mack after his last home game in 2016. What [...]