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John Fox at the Pro-Am also (Charlotte Observer)

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Panthers fans showing some class, and some humor.  No Huddlers there, I bet.

 

 

“Everybody here in Charlotte’s been fantastic to me, you know,” Fox said. “When I was here and since I’ve come back, they’ve been nothing but great to me.”

 

 

 

 

“We still love you,” one patron yelled. “You had a great season and we’re so happy for you,” another said.

 

 

Just after the club hit the ball, a man seated in the gallery behind the tee box shouted one of Fox’s well-known clichés — “It is what it is!”

 

Fox paused, turned to the man, raised his arm and gave him a thumbs up.

Glad he's gone, but gotta love him.

 

 

 

 

 

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Miss the man. Fox was and still to this day the best HC in Panthers History. He's having a great coaching career at Denver.

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Miss the man. Fox was and still to this day the best HC in Panthers History. He's having a great coaching career at Denver.

 

 

Yep, Peyton Manning has nothing to do with it.

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Hope this 2013-2014 SB will be a Panthers vs. Denver matchup.

It'll mark a 10 yr anniversary of the last time the Panthers and John Fox was in the SB. This time around, Foxy will only be coaching against the Panthers. It would make headlines throughout Charlotte and Denver.

The SB is fixed. Bettis winning the SB in his hometown before retiring. Now, Ray won it in his last year also. Don't rule out a 10 yr anniversary of the Panthers and John Fox in the SB. Though, a man can only wish.

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Yep, Peyton Manning has nothing to do with it.

The 2011 season with Te Bow??

And yea, Foxy had nothing to do with the success of that defense over there right???? Give the man the credit. You don't have to die hating him. We were the ones who parted way with him, not the other way around.

You forgot to add that Denver is in the AFC West. A division too easy to win.

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The 2011 season with Te Bow??

And yea, Foxy had nothing to do with the success of that defense over there right???? Give the man the credit. You don't have to die hating him. We were the ones who parted way with him, not the other way around.

You forgot to add that Denver is in the AFC West. A division too easy to win.

 

They went 8-8 in 2011. That's a record good enough to miss the playoffs in the NFCS.

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They went 8-8 in 2011. That's a record good enough to miss the playoffs in the NFCS.

It is what it is. We can't even get an 8-8 record FYI. We'd be damn glad to take a 8-8 record and into the divisional playoffs.

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