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New intros?

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I also recorded this on my iPhone but completely forgot about it till I saw this. Yeah the intros were sic.

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Awesome...definitely would have gotten chills if I was in the stadium for that. Did they have one for the defense?

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That's really cool, what's not cool is all those empty seats at game time.

Come on Panthers Nation let's fix this all ready.

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Did Byron Bell throw up the Illuminati "diamond cutter" sign?

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No this is Bell's signature entrance move or whatever you want to call it lol

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No this is Bell's signature entrance move or whatever you want to call it lol

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Ha Damn.... I was hoping more of our players sold their souls to the devil

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Did Byron Bell throw up the Illuminati "diamond cutter" sign?

Try again, that's his fraternity's sign.

That's really cool, what's not cool is all those empty seats at game time.

Come on Panthers Nation let's fix this all ready.

Panthers fans are notoriously late getting into their seats. Be in your seats BEFORE gametime

Awesome...definitely would have gotten chills if I was in the stadium for that. Did they have one for the defense?

Panthers alternate, offense gets introduced one game and the defense gets introduced the next. It's like that at most NFL stadiums.

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