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Jerry Donates $10 Million to Charlotte 49ers!

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The Charlotte 49ers will take the field on McColl-Richardson field in Jerry Richardson stadium.

 

Couldn't be happier.

 

Combined with his earlier donation in conjunction with Hugh McColl, Jerry has donated approximately $11 million to the university this year.

 

Jerry approached the school, the school did not approach him.

 

Can't wait for August 31st!

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Why couldn't they have had a football team when I was applying for schools?

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Awesome!  Good work Jerry.. Go Niners!

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Why couldn't they have had a football team when I was applying for schools?

do you even lift?
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Jerry also (surprise) announces that he will be funding a football scholarship endowment in honor of his son. Not sure which one though.

 

He also asks for other donors to step up, so hopefully Jerry will help bring in some more donors to the program.

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Best thing he has done in a while concerning Charlotte! Nice move Jerry and as a guy who ignores the Alumni donation email...I'll get you back yo!

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Hey look, he donated 10 mil to a perennial bottom feeder.

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Stadium Nicknames:

The Big Bo Box

The house that biscuits & gravy built

BoBerry Valley

Dirty Rice Valley

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Oh now I see why beers are $12 at Panther games.

 

 

Awesome work Jerr Bear!

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