April 20, 2011
- Thursday, April 21 at 6 p.m. ET on FOX Sports Carolinas
- Thursday, April 21 at 10 p.m. on SportSouth
After 40 years as the Voice of the North Carolina Tar Heels, broadcast legend Woody Durham is stepping away from the microphone. Durham called more than 1,800 Tar Heel football and men’s basketball games during his tenure. ACC All Access looks back at some of Durham’s greatest calls.
Our “O’Charley’s ACC Profile” spotlights Florida State jumper Kim Williams, whose long list of accolades includes winning the NCAA indoor triple jump in 2011 for the third year in a row; becoming the first athlete in ACC history to win a title in one event in four consecutive seasons and being named an All-American in both the triple jump and the long jump.
North Carolina won the ACC Women’s Golf Championship for the first time since 1992, and four Tar Heel competitors finished in the Top 10 on the leaderboard. In this week’s “Hog Blog,” Mike Hogewood says that the Tar Heel’s team effort in what is considered an individual sport was impressive.
And in our “Rounding the Bases” segment, the ACC diamond duo of Mike Hogewood and Dan Bonner say that strong pitching is the reason why the ACC has five teams in the Collegiate Baseball Top 25 Poll and that Virginia is the team to beat because of the Cavaliers’ pitching and defense.
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The regional sports networks serving the Southeast – FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Carolinas and FOX Sports Tennessee – collectively reach more than 12.9 million cable and satellite television households in seven states in the Southeast and are the television home of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks, Carolina Hurricanes, Charlotte Bobcats, Memphis Grizzlies and the Nashville Predators, as well as the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Southeastern Conference. SportSouth reaches more than 10 million homes in six Southeastern states and is the television home of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Thrashers and Southeastern Conference. SportSouth also offers expanded coverage of the University of South Carolina and University of Tennessee. Combined, the four networks produce more than 800 live local events each year. For more information, please visit www.foxsportsSouth.com, www.foxsportscarolinas.com and www.foxsportstennessee.com.