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So Frank Garcia is anticipating 30-40% Niner fans at BofA this Sunday

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uh didnt the game get sold out in 3 minutes?

 

i know some people buy and sell but goddamn there is no motherfuging way no fuging goddamn fuging 9ers fans are going to be 40% of this motherfuging panther nation crowd.

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Lol there is no way.

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Not sure how this would even be close to possible when there were only 7k tickets available in a 74k seat stadium before anyone knew who the opponent would be? 

 

I like Frank, but he goes full retard every once in a while and I think this is a prime example. 

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Not sure how this would even be close to possible when there were only 7k tickets available in a 74k seat stadium before anyone knew who the opponent would be? 

 

I like Frank, but he goes full retard every once in a while and I think this is a prime example. 

 

 

and apparently those were all purchased by iggle fans anyway  ............  smh

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Frank Garcia played center and didn't take ish from anyone.  I don't listen but he was one of if not my favorite back in the day.  (Nov 7, 1997)

 

http://articles.latimes.com/1997/nov/07/sports/sp-51336

 

Thirteen Carolina Panther and Oakland Raider players were fined a total of $54,500 by the NFL on Thursday for their roles in a fight in Sunday's game.

Raiders defensive tackles Chester McGlockton, fined $17,500, and Russell Maryland, fined $5,000, were both ejected after the fight, which came with 2:36 left in the Panthers' 38-14 victory.

 

 

Center Frank Garcia drew a $7,500 fine, the largest fine for a Panther. Fined $2,500 apiece were Carolina tackle Blake Brockermeyer, quarterback Kerry Collins, guard Norberto Davidds-Garrido, halfback Fred Lane and guard Greg Skrepenak. Wide receiver Raghib Ismail was fined $1,000.

The incident happened when Lane, who rushed for club records of 147 yards and three touchdowns, was hit by Maryland after a whistle and Garcia took offense, setting off a series of fights along the sideline.

 

......good times!

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fug the fug out of that. i can't go to the game but i will hang out in charlotte saturday night and knife some tires.

 

Put those fuging nasty ass spiders to use.

 

I can't believe that this is true.  There's no way.

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Yeah, no way. Gonna be a sea of black.

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Not all weird-looking guys are 9er fans Mr. Garcia.

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I would say no more than five thousand niner fans. If their were that many I would think the secondary market for tickets would be a lot higher if they were that many niner fans needing tickets. Talking to my friends who have been looking for tickets said the price has come down as the week has gone by. So supply outweighing demand. Seems like stubhub and ticket exchange have been steady with about five thousand tickets for sale. Must not be moving that much

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I have not called or listened to WFNZ this week but I guarantee my family and I will be there in full force. He's full of chit.

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I set him straight on the twitter

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he obviously doesnt know how PSLs work in charlotte.

 

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