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Alverez

How'd we do??

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I was at the game... which until about noon on Monday I didn't think I'd be doing.

But how'd we do "noise" wise? I was a li bummed at time that it was quiet on D, and a lil to noisey on O... but, for the most part, I think we did ok.

How'd it sound to the ppl who watched it on TV??

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It seemed like an extremely fun atmosphere regardless of the noise level consistency. ESPN showed a lot of rowdy fans throughout the game and our fans represented thoroughly, through and through.

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i thought it was consisently loud... i was conscious of a roar the entire time. the goal line stand was deafening even on tv.

from the tv perspective, it was the loudest i can ever remember it being. way to rep!

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for the most part you could tell it was really loud in there, or at least sounded that way.

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ALL BLACK! for a few moments, from the TV sound as far as I could tell, it sounded like Bank of America DOME..

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I was there and thought we were the best we've been in a looooong time...

...Panthers fans...we've come a long way in 13 years :-)

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ON TV it didn't sound as loud when the Bucs were on O as maybe it could have been, but then again, I watched the Seahawks Pats game yesterday that was in Seattle and it was deafening there so maybe this a poor time for me to comment...lol

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I was there. But in the first quarter and our D couldn't do much, it's hard to get into the game. Fun though otherwise....

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...Panthers fans...we've come a long way in 13 years :-)

amen... and its only going to get better... eventually, I am sure BOA will be a far more revered stadium... you already see glimpses of it this year..

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