Bahakel Entertainment Special: The Drive For Daytona

The green flag is about to wave for the 65th running of the Daytona 500 and Bahakel Sports host, Jeff Taylor and legendary NASCAR driver and fan favorite, Rusty Wallace are going to get you ready as they present 'The Drive for Daytona.'

The Delano Little Show - Johnny Harris, Quail Hollow Club President

Charlotte takes center stage in the world of golf when the Presidents Cup tees off at Quail Hollow Club September 20-25. Millions of people in over 250 countries will watch a team from the United States play against a team comprised of the best players from around the world. In this episode, Delano talks with Johnny Harris, Quail Hollow Club President, about LIV Golf and his longtime friendship with his “second” father, the late, great Arnold Palmer.

The Delano Little Show - Queens University's Move to Division 1

Queens University is now a Division 1 School, joining the ASUN Conference. It’s a huge milestone for the University and in today’s episode of “The Delano Little Show” Athletic Director Cherie Swarthout joins Delano along with Head Men’s Basketball Coach Grant Leonard and the Royal’s star point guard Kenny Dye.

The Delano Little Show - Duke’s Mayo Classic Preview

One of the oldest college football rivalries in North Carolina kicks off Saturday, September 3rd at Bank of America Stadium. The Aggies and the Eagles square off in the Duke’s Mayo Classic, brought to the Queen City by the Charlotte Sports Foundation. In this episode of the Delano Little Show, Delano talks with Miller Yoho from CSF, Patricke Ward from The 100 Black Men of Charlotte, North Carolina Central’s Athletic Director Dr. Louis Perkins and Brian Holloway, Sports Information Director at North Carolina A&T.

The Delano Little Show - Dan Rajkowski - The Charlotte Knights

What are the prospects for Major League Baseball in Charlotte? In this episode of The Delano Little Show, Dan Rajkowski, COO of the Charlotte Knights, joins Delano with more on MLB, the bid to move the ACC Baseball Tournament to Knights Stadium, and the state of Triple A Baseball.

The Delano Little Show - Mike Hill

He’s passionate about cooking, playing the piano and spending time with family in the NC high country. He just so happens to be the Athletic Director of UNC Charlotte’s 49ers. Mike Hill is Delano’s next guest. In this episode of The Delano Little Show, Delano and Mike talk about the expansion of the football stadium and the athletic department’s footprint.

The Delano Little Show - Fred Whitfield

Who’s the NBA G.O.A.T. of all time? Fred Whitfield, President and Vice Chairman of the Charlotte Hornets, weighs in on the debate in this episode with Delano Little. Fred talks about his best friend and business partner Michael Jordan. And how he couldn’t imagine growing up playing basketball in Greensboro, aspiring to be an NBA player, and then running an NBA team in his home state with #23 the great MJ.

The Delano Little Show - Jerry & Ryan McGee

A father-and-son dynamic duo join Delano in this episode. Dr. Jerry McGee is the former president of Wingate University and one of the most highly respected college football officials ever, with 404 games. His son Ryan is a senior writer at ESPN and co-hosts the popular “Marty & McGee” show on ESPN radio.

The Delano Little Show - Tim Schuldt & The Charlotte Independence

Tim Schuldt grew up playing football and wrestling. Today, Tim is the President and COO of the Charlotte Independence soccer team, an official partner with Bahakel Sports. The Jacks are dedicated on and off the field and committed to making a difference in the Charlotte community. You’ll hear about their youth soccer clubs. Clay Dimick and Kelly Flanders are also featured in this episode. Go Jacks!

The Delano Little Show - Judy Rose

Judy Rose is a trailblazer in Charlotte sports. She was one of the first female Athletic Directors in the country when UNC Charlotte hired her. Judy led Niner Nation for years and brought college football to Charlotte. Find out why her favorite standout player of all time is Cedric Maxwell, who led the team to the 1977 NCAA Final Four. In this episode, Judy talks with her longtime friend Delano about her current jobs working with the NCAA and the World University Games.

The Delano Little Show – Jeff Dugdale

Jeff Dugdale made the Queens University swimming programs into a dynasty with six straight national championships. Jeff is a 7-time CSCAA Coach of the Year. Members of his team participated in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In this episode with Delano, Jeff shares his vision for teaching his team to be leaders in the pool and in life. Jens Delkeskamp and Vladyslava Maznytska are also featured.

The Delano Little Show – Winston Kelley

Racing is in his blood. Winston Kelley grew up at the race track, following his father’s footsteps and working with NASCAR for decades. You know his voice and you’ve seen him reporting in the pits for the Motor Racing Network for 34 years. Today, Winston is the Executive Director of the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte. In his conversation with Delano, Winston shares his favorite stories about Richard Petty and Tony Stewart.

The Delano Little Show – Marcus Smith

Marcus Smith, Chairman and CEO of Speedway Motorsports, joins Delano for a conversation about growing up in Charlotte and working in the motorsports industry. Marcus talks about Bubba Wallace’s positive impact on the sport and the future of NASCAR. This industry leader tells Delano why he’s a “regular guy.”

The Delano Little Show – Danny Morrison

Danny Morrison, Executive Director of the Charlotte Sports Foundation, joins Delano. Danny shares his story of a young, college basketball player who met a future NFL owner over Thanksgiving dinner and went on to become the team’s President. Today, after many years in college sports administration, Danny’s focused on teaching at the University of South Carolina and leading at CSF.

The Delano Little Show – Donnie Shell, Sr.

Donnie Shell Sr. is known as the “Torpedo” for the Pittsburgh Steelers famous “Steel Curtain” defense. Donnie played for the Steelers for 13 years and has four Super Bowl rings. In 2020, he was inducted into the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class. While he’s known for his success on the gridiron, the Whitmire, SC native shares his real calling in life with Delano.