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For those of you who hate our stadium announcer...

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Hated to see Rosinski go. His "yes, there is a superbowl, and the Panthers are in it" will always be etched in my mind.

As for Mixon... I never listen to him during the games, so I don't really have a comment. But I can't stand to look at the guy. Reminds me of a Chihuahua.

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His voice sounded annoying as hell on TV, but I kind of discounted it because ambient sound doesn't always translate perfectly and I thought there might be some modulation going on. Guess it's as bad as it sounded.

I don't know how it sounded on TV but it sounded very bad there.

AND their commercials weren't any better than ours. They have the Winn-Dixie VIP card instead of the HT VIC card.

The kiss cam is cute, though.

And they didn't do that annoying fan code of conduct thing using kiddies.

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Hated to see Rosinski go. His "yes, there is a superbowl, and the Panthers are in it" will always be etched in my mind.

As for Mixon... I never listen to him during the games, so I don't really have a comment. But I can't stand to look at the guy. Reminds me of a Chihuahua.

Mixon isn't the guy who is the stadium announcer though. In the concourse, they play the radio guys - Mixon and Robinson so you know what's going on if you're in the restroom or in line for a drink while watching on the tv.

There's a different guy as the stadium announcer. Some people complain about him during the game. But he at least has some emotion. Their guy had none. And he was all you heard out in the concourses, so all you got was the result of the play.

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Mixon isn't the guy who is the stadium announcer though. In the concourse, they play the radio guys - Mixon and Robinson so you know what's going on if you're in the restroom or in line for a drink while watching on the tv.

There's a different guy as the stadium announcer. Some people complain about him during the game. But he at least has some emotion. Their guy had none. And he was all you heard out in the concourses, so all you got was the result of the play.

Isn't it John Robinson? Use to be on WBTV then went to Fox Sports? He's been doing it from the begining.

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Bill Rosinki's last year was in 03 right? I'm trying to remember back to then

I had to listen to the rams playoff game on the radio, it was one of my defining moments as a panther fan

I liked his "yes charlotte there is a Super Bowl- and were in it"! (in the eagles game that season)

Every time Mixon speaks he is just fuging up my memories. Dude makes me irk...

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Mixon Blows... Replacing Rosinski is the only real bad move the org has made...that, and Shawn Gilbert..lol!

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Mixon sucks! I liked it when in the second half of the Saints game he was counting down the seconds till the 2 minute warning. At the end of the 3rd quarter!

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I had to listen to Mixon for one game this year when we were on our way home from a trip - first time ever. His did fine, I was able to follow the game easily. I didn't get all the hatred of him or what the big deal was.

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Try going to a Saints game. That guy is ANNOYING!!! Very dry. He may get excited on a Duece play or first down. Other than that, very, very boring with a pitchy voice.

Then in the concourse during the game, all they have is him. So you'd hear "Brees sacked by number 90" nothing else then "Completion to Colston" nothing else. Dead quiet. This was in the club but even in the lower concourse, besides the fan noise he said nothing else.

At least in our concourses in both the clubs and both levels, you hear the radio guys so you know what's going on in the game.

Once again, you should whip them into shape.

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