HS Hoops Finds AD in BS

We had a new entry here at greensborosports.com this week with Paul Lambeth jumping into the frying pan, and writing a solid piece that is very timely here in the the “New Coach is coming to town Holiday Season”.  I was at PL’s former High School on Tuesday evening.  The Bob Sawyer Gym was rather warm and… Continue reading HS Hoops Finds AD in BS

Dear Coach Davis

An Open Letter To incoming UNC-CH head Football Coach Butch Davis. From Paul Lambeth Coach Davis, welcome to your new job as Tarheel football skipper. I am sure you are aware of many of the fine advantages of coming to Chapel Hill, history, alumni, academic reputation, etc. Here though are some other things you may… Continue reading Dear Coach Davis

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Orange You Glad You Found WFU?

“The Triad’s Team” Wake Forest University got the job done by defeating the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on Saturday down in Jacksonville.  The Demon Deacons are headed to the Orange Bowl on January 2, 2007 when the Deacs will have their second date with destiny as they meet Louisville for the Championship of Florida in… Continue reading Orange You Glad You Found WFU?

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Jim Modlin’s NFL “N” Sider Picks

Last week Jim went 10-3, Mr. Brown and Mr. Smith both went 8-5.  Here we go with Week 13 of the National Football League. Minnesota at Chicago(Chicago) N.Y. Jets at Green Bay(Jets) Atlanta at Washington(Washington) Arizona at St. Louis(St. Louis) Indianapolis at Tennessee(Indy) San Diego at Buffalo(Buffalo) Detroit at New England(New England) San Francisco at New… Continue reading Jim Modlin’s NFL “N” Sider Picks

Audio Interview – Dick Stewart – UNC-G

On Monday, Andy Durham sat down with UNC-G Associate Athletic Director Dick Stewart.  They talked about Spartan Athletics as well the upcoming Spartan Basketball Season on WPET-AM 950, where Dick handles the announcing duties for Spartan Basketball. The Interview, roughly 1 hour, is here, available as an MP3 file approximately 53mb.

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HS Hoops Finds AD at NEG

Made the trek out Highway 29 North on to Hicone Road and watched Grimsley battle Northeast Guilford on Tuesday evening and the Whirlie girls were rude to their hosts and left NEG with a 56-44 victory.(the halftime score was only 19-15 GHS)  Grimsley out-rebounded NEG in the second half and the Whirlies hit their free… Continue reading HS Hoops Finds AD at NEG

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The Big Show is Going Home

The Big Show, Paul Wight heads back to Augusta, Georgia near his home of Aiken, South Carolina for an ECW pay-per-view show. Wight was a big-time basketball player in high school and college.  You might find this interesting, go to www.aikenstandard.com for the story.  This is for all you hot link fans out there.

College Football Corner:Let’s Hear It for the Boys at WFU

The Demon Deacons, “The Triad’s Team” got it done with the huge win Saturday over Maryland 38-24 and now they face Georgia Tech in the ACC title game this week in Jacksonville.  Georgia Tech looked very beatable in their loss to Georgia and Yellow Jacket QB Reggie Ball did not have a good day versus… Continue reading College Football Corner:Let’s Hear It for the Boys at WFU

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CHUCK-‘UM

Chuck Amato has been fired as head football coach at N.C. State.  We received the word late Saturday night from our source at the High Point Enterprise, Greg Johnson.  Johnson who is a newspaperman deliveryman but knows people inside the HPE sports department says Amato was let go because he could not beat NORTH CAROLINA and that Amato… Continue reading CHUCK-‘UM

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Jim Modlin’s NFL “N” Sider Picks

Houston at N.Y. Jets(Jets) Arizona at Minnesota(Minnesota) New Orleans at Atlanta(New Orleans)) Carolina at Washington(Carolina) Pittsburgh at Baltimore(Pittsburgh) San Francisco at St. Louis(San Francisco) Jacksonville at Buffalo(Buffalo) Cincinnati at Cleveland(Bengals) Oakland at San Diego(San Diego) N.Y. Giants at Tennessee(Tennessee) Chicago at New England(Patriots) Philadelphia at Indianapolis(Indy) Monday Night:Green Bay at Seattle(Seattle) Andy’s Picks from Thursday’s… Continue reading Jim Modlin’s NFL “N” Sider Picks

News & Record Coverage of Andy & Jim on the Radio

As football winds down, the News & Record reports that Greensboro’s Andy Durham and Jim Modlin have been broadcasting games for several years.  The article is even ON-LINE. They include a picture on the website (Sports home). And if any of you “BIG” advertisers are interested in supporting local sports in Greensboro, let Andy know.

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High School Football Polls:Lucky 13 now Final 5

                         Final Five #1) Thomasville(Last week rolled over West Montgomery 40-20, now 13-0 and this week hosting 5-8 Cherryville) #2) Reidsville(Last week mashed Brevard 30-14, now 12-1 and this week at home versus 12-1 Newton-Conover) #3) Burlington Cummings(Last week shut out North Rowan 47-0, now 12-1 and this week have 9-3 Black Mountain Owen to deal with… Continue reading High School Football Polls:Lucky 13 now Final 5

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Pro Wrestling Torch Interview

Last week, Andy Durham sat down with Bruce Mitchell at the Beef Burger on Lee Street. Bruce writes for the Pro Wrestling Torch and teaches at Archer Elementary School in Greensboro. The interview is a little over 50 minutes long. It is roughly 53mb.

High School Football Polls:We see the numbers dwindling

                   Lucky 7 #1) Grimsley(Last week defeated Charlotte Myers Park 21-16, now 12-0 and this week hosts 10-2 Matthews Butler) #2) Thomasville(Last week routed South Stokes 39-7, now 12-0 and this week takes on 7-5 West Montgomery.  T’ville is the San Quentin Quayle’s keeper.  Quentin says the ‘Dogs bring home the Quayle) #3) Asheboro(Last week… Continue reading High School Football Polls:We see the numbers dwindling

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