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The Huddle Podcast

By Carolina Huddle

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Journalists Jeremy Igo and Sammi Jo Francis discuss all things Carolina Panthers and Charlotte area sports. Panthers player interviews, media guest hosts, listener call ins and so much more.....

Customer Reviews

An honest review

This podcast has traction in the same way that radio did in the 1930's, people listened to it because it's all they had. But even though there is no other Panthers' podcast alternative, don't even bother trying this one. As much as I would like to listen to Panther's commentary, I cannot make it through the episodes.

First of all, and I say this as an NC native, the men on the radio show are iconic, effeminate, white, Christian Charlotteans whose alarmingly narrow and shallow worldview are reflected in each episode. They actually talk about being Christian in the podcast...

In the last episode, one of the mascots of suburbia proceeded to make a case for Johnny Cash's "A Boy Named Sue" being one of the first rap songs. After pointing out that it rhymes (truly apt musical analysis there), he continues to defend his argument citing that it tells the story of a drunken father and committing a murder. It must be difficult to see over that white picket fence.. but also some pretty unabashed racial references.

But amidst the homoerotic denial from white-bread Ace and Gary, is some girl making awkward sexual references at everything... she reminds you of that gawky girl that "tried to be one of the guys" by making crass and basic jokes that other girls wouldn't (that's what she thought made her cool). She adds little or nothing in the way of substance.

In summation, this podcast is garbage and it's a shame that such a content vacuum had to be filled with such awful, and insulting, analysis. It's like a local morning show attempted to do a podcast about the Panthers. But if you love the plight of lower-middle class Charlotteans, this podcast is for you!

Best Panthers podcast ever

Jeremy is great and Sammi is okay too

Finally a Panthers Podcast!

Keep Pounding!

The Huddle Podcast
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  • Category: Professional
  • Language: English

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