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Who are the worst fans you have witnessed infesting BofA?


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#37 mjligon

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:26 PM

Not looking forward to the retarded Cowboy fans on Sunday.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:32 PM

Will go to either the Falcons or Raiders game in December. Never been to a Panthers or any football game before. Should be interesting.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:35 PM

God help us if the Cowboys win.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:37 PM

I've met nice people that cheer for just about every NFL franchise.







With that said, if Vikings fans spontaneously pooped their pants, it would be their most intelligent fan interaction to date.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 05:15 PM

Steeler fans.....Waving those stupid terrible towels,standing up and turning around in their seats, so all the Panthers fans can see them as they start their retarded chanting,"Here We Go Steelers, Here We Go!!!!!!".

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 05:54 PM

Right now I'll say Atlanta fans, but I'll be seeing us play Dallas for the first time in Charlotte on Sunday...so I may return to this thread to make a correction.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 05:54 PM

I'm going to be completely honest here. I've been to more games that I can remember and one of the things I try to do as a fan is I want to see every NFL team play at BOA stadium. There are only about 10-12 teams left for me to see.

The worst behavior I've ever witnessed from adults at BOA Stadium was opening day against the Saints immediately following Hurricane Katrina. There were more Saints fan there than usual and many of the Saints fans in attendance that day were handed out free tickets by the Panthers and the NFL. I'm not sure if any of you remember this or not?

The Saints fans there were extremely ghetto and trashy. They were obnoxious, rude, and not the least bit grateful for taking a ticket out of a Panthers fan hand that day. A lot of the people there had probably grown up receiving hand outs so they were used to getting stuff for free. They won that day and I'm going to be completely truthful I'm surprised I didn't get into a fight that day because I was younger then and much more of a hot head. Lots of fights in the stands lol.

One of the worst games I've been to as a fan from the game itself to the behavior of the crowd.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 05:57 PM

Also, the Green Bay fans last year were pretty fuging annoying.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 06:05 PM

Also, the Green Bay fans last year were pretty fuging annoying.


GB is one of those teams who has such a huge fan base across the country that you gotta think that many of those Packer fans in the Stadium last year were attending their very first Packer game even though they have been "life long" or "die hards" lol.

My Big Bro in my fraternity in college was a huge Packer fan. I loved the dude as a brother but he had never been to Green Bay and he was one of those people who I would not be surprised if they couldn't find the state of Wisconsin on a map.

It's just something you have to deal with in Charlotte. It's a growing, diverse city with many fanbases.

Not to mention the state used to be a Cowboys/Redskins battle ground and you have fans like Grits who simply can't afford the trip to DC to see "his" skins so when they come here to visit he has to party it up because let's face it this is close as he's going to get. This same logic can be applied to Green Bay/Steeler fans.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 06:22 PM

GB is one of those teams who has such a huge fan base across the country that you gotta think that many of those Packer fans in the Stadium last year were attending their very first Packer game even though they have been "life long" or "die hards" lol.

My Big Bro in my fraternity in college was a huge Packer fan. I loved the dude as a brother but he had never been to Green Bay and he was one of those people who I would not be surprised if they couldn't find the state of Wisconsin on a map.

It's just something you have to deal with in Charlotte. It's a growing, diverse city with many fanbases.

Not to mention the state used to be a Cowboys/Redskins battle ground and you have fans like Grits who simply can't afford the trip to DC to see "his" skins so when they come here to visit he has to party it up because let's face it this is close as he's going to get. This same logic can be applied to Green Bay/Steeler fans.


Funny, I also had a fraternity brother who was a real big Packer "fan" and he got his first real-life glimpse of the Pack at that game last season. There was Packer stuff all over his room and he had a constant raging boner for Brett Favre despite being raised in western NC and never traveling north of the Mason Dixon line. What a joke.

To your last paragraph, I definitely got that vibe from the Giants fans in our stadium this season. They knew they could never get that close and personal to their beloved Giants in the Meadowlands.