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 [...]
Friends, we are on the cusp of a new year. 2018. It’s hard to believe it! From joining the MacBook world, to buying a new car, to celebrating two national championships and meeting some awesome people this year has been a whirlwind. Join me, as I take a look back on the year that was and count down my top five moments.
It's hard to believe that Christmas is upon us. For the past few years, I've made it a tradition to give back to my community - and the world at large - especially during the holiday season. I also try to choose a different cause to give to each year. A friend on Twitter mentioned about Daymaker, an organization that partners with local charities to provide much needed assistance to those who are less fortunate, primarily focusing on kids and families across the country. The organization has created a simplistic platform for people, just like you and me, to give.
You know, this wild ride that is called life can be a beautiful thing.
About three years ago, I tuned in to America’s Got Talent like I had before. There was a performer on the show named Christian Stoinev. His act and showmanship really impressed me and he easily became one of my favorites. He finished as a top-12 finalist that season and I’ve continued following his journey after that time, becoming what I guess you could call “social media pals” with him and having several convos on Twitter.