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Recent articles by Nick:

Catching up with Curtis Samuel

Third-year wide receiver Curtis Samuel was all the rage at Carolina Panthers training camp. The former Ohio State Buckeye is from Brooklyn, NY. → Read More

Tepper says MLS decision could come by end of 2019

Panthers owner also talks about potential upgrades to Bank of America Stadium → Read More

Student Athlete of the Week: Will Shipley

Shipley is ranked by recruiting sites as one of the best running backs in the junior class in the country. He will never forget his first offer, from Duke. → Read More

Out to lunch: Healy and McCray catch up

The Charlotte 49ers coach meets with his Thursday night foe, who recruited him out of high school → Read More

Muschamp looks ahead to UNC game

Now in his fourth season at South Carolina, Head Coach Will Muschamp says this is his best team. Muschamp sat down with NBC Charlotte Sports Director Nick Carboni to discuss the upcoming season, including the opening game against North Carolina (Aug. 31 at Bank of America Stadium). NICK: You start the season where it ended (28-0 loss to UVA in Belk Bowl). What did you take from that loss that… → Read More

Myers Park, Catholic roll in opening games

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Myers Park and Catholic got off to a 1-0 start, but a few days later than expected. After being washed out Friday night, the Mustangs and Cougars got the 2019 season started with convincing wins on Monday. Myers Park beat Olympic 42-0, behind three TD connections from Alabama-bound QB Drake Maye to Mushin Muhammed III, a Texas A&M commit. The Mustangs also got a first-half… → Read More

Mack Brown says return: 'better than we could have dreamed'

UNC coach sits down with NBC Charlotte ahead of return to Tar Heels sideline → Read More

Newton leaves game with foot injury

Panthers QB limped off field after taking second sack against New England → Read More

Charlotte football scholarship surprises go viral

49ers give out scholarships to two deserving walk ons → Read More

Panthers make bubble debut

Team practices in new indoor facility for first time → Read More

Panthers-Bills joint practice friendly, familiar

The two teams joined up for drills in Spartanburg on Tuesday. → Read More

Bradberry looks to make splash in 2019

Panthers CB says No. 1 priority is snagging more interceptions → Read More

5 Panthers training camp predictions

The team reports to Wofford College Wednesday morning → Read More

Megan Rapinoe visits Charlotte

Two-time World Cup champion gives clinic at House of Soccer → Read More

Myers Park QB headed to 'Bama

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Though he's just a rising junior, Myers Park quarterback Drake Maye has already made his college decision. The Mustangs field general has decided he'll play football for Nick Saban at Alabama. According to many recruiting sites, Maye chose the Crimson Tide over his home-state North Carolina, among others. 247Sports ranks Maye as the No. 5 pro-style quarterback in the 2021… → Read More

Dale Jr. talks NASCAR, Kemba on WCNC

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR returns to NBC Sports this weekend with a race at Chicagoland (NBCS, 3 PM ET), and Dale Earnhardt Jr. is back in the broadcast booth for a second season. Earnhardt spoke with NBC Charlotte Sports Director Nick Carboni on Wednesday to preview the season, and to talk about a variety of topics. NICK: What's the strangest thing you've ever driven? DALE: I went up to a race… → Read More

Charlotte's Williams introduced by Celtics

Providence Day grad was team's first-round pick → Read More

Celtics pick Charlotte's Williams

Charlotte native Grant Williams is a member Boston Celtics. The Providence Day standout turned two-time SEC Player of the Year at Tennessee was selected 22nd overall in Thursday night's NBA Draft by one of the league's most storied franchises. Williams, a 6-foot-8 power forward, averaged 18.8 points, 7.5 rebounds per game for the Volunteers, leading them to the Sweet 16. → Read More

Hornets select P.J. Washington with first pick

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Hornets used their first-round pick on Kentucky forward P.J. Washington. Washington was named third-team All-American after a sophomore season with the Wildcats in which he averaged 15.2 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game. He shot 54.9 percent from two, and 42.3 percent from three. The Dallas native, who is 6-foot-8, 228-pounds, remained in school after… → Read More

Three SC natives at NBA Draft

Williamson, Morant, Claxton could all go in 1st Rd → Read More