May 9, 2015
Charlie Tuggle is joined by Marc Edelman Law Professor and Sports Business Scholar to discuss paying athletes. Tune in to hear more about this interesting topic!
May 2, 2015
Charlie Tuggle is joined by Kevin Guskiewicz to talk about the settlement of a concussion lawsuit brought by former players against the NFL
April 25, 2015
This week on Sports Focus, Charlie Tuggle discusses a recent college research institute conference attended by people around the globe. The guests are Mark Nagel, a Professor of Sports and Entertainment Management at the University of South Carolina, and Dr. David McArdle, Senior Lecturer in the law school at Sterling University in Scotland.
April 18, 2015
This week on Sports Focus, Charlie Tuggle discusses sports television and its impact on collegiate athletics. Charlie talks with John Skipper, President of ESPN and a UNC graduate.
April 11, 2015
Charlie Tuggle is joined by Altha Cravey, a geography professor at UNC, and Andrew Perrin from the Sociology Department at UNC to talk about “Two Initiatives” supported by members of the UNC faculty.
April 4, 2015
This week on Sports Focus, Charlie Tuggle is joined by Kain Coulter. Kain is currently a football player with the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL. Charlie and Kain discuss the recently-formed CARE FC, the College Athletes Rights and Empowerment Faculty Coalition. In 2014, Kain formed his own group that advocates for the rights of college athletes.
March 21, 2015
Charlie Tuggle is joined by recently-elected UNC Student Body President Houston Summers, also a member of the UNC Track and Field team, to discuss the Sports Illustrated article “How did Carolina Lose its Way?”
March 7, 2015
Charlie Tuggle speaks with Greg Easterbrook about a Wall Street Journal piece titled “Dark Days in Chapel Hill”…
February 28, 2015
Charlie Tuggle speaks with Joey Long about The Power Five and what there increasing power means to college athletics today…
February 14, 2015
Charlie Tuggle speaks with Joey Long about The Power Five and what there increasing power means to college athletics today