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Jeremy Igo

I can haiku, and so can you!

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The offseason means the huddle can once again express their love of the Panthers or their players lovingly through their tender words.

 

I would prefer if entries stick to the 5-7-5 pattern as a test of your lingual abilities.

 

Favorites will be read on the podcast next week.

 

Bonus points if you can make Sammi Jo laugh. 

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Kelvin likes them black
Big strong thieving quarterbacks
Winning the Heismans

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Mini camp is back

Training camp is in a month

Panthers football's here

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panthers football cool

like pooping after not poop

asparagus pee

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I'm not doing it

F**k you if you don't like this

Deal with it dammit

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I'm not doing it

F**k you if you don't like this

Deal with it dammit

This my friends is truly art. You have my vote sir.

 

Here is my submission

 

Is Zod going to

The Cheerleaders training camp

To take some pictures

 

Who is Jeremy Igo

All Hail Zod! Huddle Overlord.

Bearer of chick pics

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The Kraken slumbers

Resonance in the deep

Imminent suffering.

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Jason avant is

A great wide receiver who

catches everything

(Thrown in his general direction)

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Year of The Kraken

 

 

Hope its not the last.

Drew Brees doesn't bend like that.

He killed it, no spoon.

 

 

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    • First, let me say that I pretty much only watch the NBA during the playoffs (or when I'm absolutely bored and channel surfing, which is very very seldom). I am really a fan of players and coaches and not necessarily teams except for the Spurs. That being said, I do support the Hornets as they are a North Carolina team---the "home" team, if you will.  The problem is I don't see any way that they will credibly compete for a championship (because they really haven't come close in franchise history). Gone are the days of Grand Ma Ma and Dell Curry, but even then one would be hard pressed to really believe. Unless they happen to draft a legitimate, and I mean legitimate, superstar that wants to be here, I can't see it. I go from year to year in June saying "Perhaps this is the year," but reality sets in during December.  Well, perhaps this is the year that they at least become credible. Monk was arguably the best pure shooter in the draft. Can he create his own shot---break 'em down and break some ankles to be a legitimate point guard? We will see. Bacon may be underrated. We will see. Does the other Superman in Charlotte have enough juice to make a credible run and get the Hornets over the hump. I don't know.  It's just hard to believe that the Hornets will actually become truly relevant when you look at their history.
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