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gano switches to 9

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Joe Person@josephperson

After originally taking John Kasay's old No. 4, new Panthers kicker Graham Gano has switched to No. 9.

Jonathan Jones@jjones9

That lasted 2 days RT @josephperson: After originally taking John Kasay's old No. 4, new Panthers kicker Graham Gano has switched to No. 9

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Gano reads the huddle.

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What's the point?

Not a big deal, but still doesn't seem necessary.

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Were signing Kasay to do FGs while Gano does KO's.

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cool. i had gano idea

Yeah this is good ganews....

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In all seriousness it's a smart move on his part. He trotted out there with a 4 and the microscope would have been zoomed in just that much more.

This'll keep the pressure from the fanbase from mounting as much if he shanks a kick.

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Yeah this is good ganews....

Boooo...

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For all those that said it was no big deal, this only reaffirms that it was a bad idea from the jump.

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