1. NCAA Basketball: A Double Standard, and a Bar of Soap

    We often look at society with the beliefs that the words “cheat” and “lie” could be used in almost everyone’s vocabulary...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 655 reads 36 comments

  2. Stewart-Haas Racing, The Next Super Team?

    It’s often said “miracles happen everyday.” Sometimes we stumble upon an ingredient that completely changes the dynamics of a recipe, or we find that perfect balance in the soil in the garden that miraculously enhances our entire yard...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 251 reads 1 comments

  3. NASCAR: How Designing Two Divisions Could Work In Sprint Cup

    One of the saddest things about NASCAR races compared to other big league sports is when you see a team load up on a Friday afternoon after pouring their heart and muscle into a race, only to miss the field by one-hundreds of a second...

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  4. Panthers Wrap Up Week Two of Summer School

    The Carolina Panthers finished off their second week of OTAs Thursday afternoon and prepare for week three of OTAs on Monday morning...

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  5. What's Your Potential? A Message to the Carolina Panthers' Defense

    The Carolina Panthers are fresh off an outstanding season, and the sky is the limit for a team that returns all but one starter on either side of the ball...

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  6. Carolina-Atlanta: The Rivalry the NFL Wants Might Finally Happen

    When the Carolina Panthers entered the league in 1995, it was clear that the NFL wanted the Atlanta vs. Carolina series to become a fierce rivalry. The NFL scheduled Carolina’s first-ever regular season game in Atlanta Sept...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 468 reads 14 comments

  7. History of Carolina Panthers Coaching: The Past, Present, and Future

    NFL head coaches are generally judged by many people on a lot of standards and methods. The media sometimes plays a prominent role in how a head coach is viewed by fans...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 122 reads 1 comments

  8. The Safety Valve: Meet Carolina Safeties Godfrey and Harris

    One of the biggest parts of NFL defenses that get overlooked during team breakdowns is the free safety and the strong safety. These players are very important in terms of being the last line of defense when a play is developing...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 142 reads 0 comments

  9. UNC Coach Williams: “A Man With An Answer”

    When the University of North Carolina men’s basketball team rolled into San Antonio for the 2008 Final Four, many still questioned whether or not Coach Williams could win the big one with his own players...

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  10. Meet The New Tar Heels: 2009-10 Projected Roster

    2008-09 was truly a year to remember with North Carolina men’s basketball. And just in case you can not take a break from it, allow me to introduce the incoming class for the ...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 722 reads 4 comments

  11. North Carolina Basketball 2009 Player Profile: John Henson

    John Henson has been rated the No. 3 high school senior on the ESPNU Top 100, and is a McDonald’s All-American. Of all the in-coming freshmen coming to Chapel Hill next season, Henson probably fits Roy Williams' style the most...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 1,205 reads 0 comments

  12. What the Word “Justice” Means to Tyler Hansbrough

    The argument could be made that in some ways Tyler Hansbrough is the New York Yankees, Dallas Cowboys, or the Jeff Gordon of College Basketball. You either love him, or you hate him...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 222 reads 1 comments

  13. Carolina Panthers: 2009 Success May Depend on the Beef Up Front, Again

    In 2008, the Carolina Panthers dismantled franchise rushing records, dominating opponents with running backs DeAngelo Williams and Jonathan Stewart...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 105 reads 1 comments

  14. 2009 Draft Player Bio: Corvey Irvin

    With the 92nd pick in the 2009 NFL Draft (Round 3) the Carolina Panthers selected Corvey Irvin, DT from the University of Georgia. At 6’3” 302 lbs, Irvin has the size to plug up the Panthers middle and cause chaos along the line of scrimmage..

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  15. Jimmie Johnson Conquers The Monster Mile at Dover

    The Autism Speaks 400 at Dover International Raceway had a little bit of everything all mixed into one race, including a great finish. But one thing is clear: the dominant car won this race. The green flag flew under sunny skies and great weather...

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  16. Prediction: Autism Speaks 400 at Dover, Winners and Losers

    The Monster Mile endures a long reputation for ruining a good day when you least expect it. How many times as a fan have you watched your favorite driver cruising around in good shape at Dover, ...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 130 reads 0 comments

  17. A Sit Down With Jim Vandiver; A True Pioneer Of NASCAR

    The roots of NASCAR date back to the late 1940’s when the France Family took a simple racing division and turned it into what is now one of the most viewed sports in the world today...

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  18. NFC South Predictions: A Look at The Division In 2009

    June is just around the corner but is it ever too early to anticipate the up-coming NFL season? I don’t think so. This is the point where I evaluate each team in the NFC South division and make my predictions on how they will finish in 2009...

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  19. My Top 10 Greatest Panther Games Ever

    My first slide show I will list and explain my top 10 Carolina Panther games ever. This team has a brief history that up to this point has been an amazing roller coaster ride. All my heart and soul is poured into this team 365 days a year...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 10,830 reads 26 comments

  20. Meet A Beast: Jon Beason Bio

    For the past two seasons, opponents of the Carolina Panthers have had lots of trouble game planning against the monster of a middle linebacker Carolina has. It comes as no surprise that Jon Beason was a product of the University of Miami...

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  21. David Reutimann Wins Rain Shortened Coca-Cola 341

    The Coca-Cola 600 at Lowes Motor Speedway in Charlotte prides itself of being the longest race on the Sprint Cup tour, and after this weekend’s 50th Anniversary of the race, how ...

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  22. Is DeAngelo Williams the Best RB in The NFL?

    Carolina Panther feature running back DeAngelo Williams was born on Apr. 25, 1983 in Little Rock, Ark. He played football for Wynne H.S. out of Arkansas...

    David Scercy Written by David Scercy about 5 years ago 558 reads 0 comments