A look at how the N.C. State basketball DVD “Running With the Pack” got made - who helped out (and who didn’t).
Brett Friedlander is a native of Atlanta and a graduate of the University of South Carolina who has been covering the ACC for the The Capital of Annapolis, Md., the Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer and the Wilmington (N.C.) Star-News since 1981. During that time, he has won 24 national, state and regional awards. Among his coverage credits are seven Final Fours, the Masters, the Super Bowl, the World Series and numerous other major events. He also is the author of the book “Chasing Moonlight,” a biography of Field of Dreams doctor Archibald “Moonlight” Graham, released by John F. Blair, Publisher. Friedlander roots for the Atlanta Braves and loves hot dogs from Nathan’s.
The ACC’s website has several memorable Duke-UNC games that fans can check out.
N.C. State will re-air condensed versions of their games this season.
Woody Durham has been honored as the 2011 recipient of the Chris Shenkel Award.
Long-time ACC journalist Bill Brill received another posthumous honor, this time from Duke football.
Duke basketball should get plenty of media attention during its trip to China and Dubai.
Mac McDonald has a new title and a new time slot for his Charlottesville sports radio show.
Coach K and Joe Paterno share their wisdom on ESPN tonight.
UNC went back to a familiar formula in hiring Jones Angell to be the Voice of the Tar Heels.
Here’s an update on UNC’s search for the next Voice of the Tar Heels.