New information regarding ECU’s decision to fire Ruffin McNeill – with Brian North and Bryan Hanks

Over the course of a sprawling 72-minute podcast, WCTI’s Brian North divulges what his sources say are the real reasons  Ruffin McNeill was fired by ECU and which coaches were on the short list to replace him.

The show begins with Free Press Editor Bryan Hanks taking a short drum lesson. From there things get a bit out of hand.

Originally this show was to feature Hanks, Jon Dawson and Jonathan Massey, but when it was learned that Brian North and his better half Jennifer Taylor Hill were in the area all bets were off.

Below is a menu to help guide you through this at times bumpy but never boring ride:

00:00 – 8:49

Hanks gets an impromptu drum lesson; Massey makes everyone uncomfortable; Dawson rants about a non-rock band being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame

8:50 – 23:21

Brian North and Jennifer Taylor Hill arrive; North tries in vain to play drums; Hanks interrupts everyone repeatedly; Hill and North describe an on-field encounter with a Carolina Panther and and Band-Aid free Nelly; Massey makes everyone uncomfortable

23:22 – 28:42

Hanks explains why the recent attempt to bring baseball to Kinston fell through; North and Massey find out they may be related

28:43 – 47:44

North divulges what his sources say sparked the exit of ECU football coach Ruffin McNeill and who the university wanted to replace him; ECU basketball coach Jeff Lebo’s job security is discussed

47:45 – 72:55

The power goes out but the recorder batteries hold strong; high school basketball is discussed; North and Hanks try to figure out what is going on with the looming UNC sanctions; North describes how he recently scooped the competition and taunted them on the air; Massey makes everyone uncomfortable

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