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Jeremy Igo

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#2860746 Panther Pr0n - A look from inside the upgraded house

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Today, 08:25 AM

Harris teeter is probably pretty pumped up

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#2860402 NFL mastermind Walterfootball does it again!

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 09:00 PM

Klein played better than expected.

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#2860009 Hidden gem at training camp...

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 02:54 PM

If you are heading to camp and want to be entertained a bit, try to get within ears distance of OL Coach John Matsko and the offensive line drills. Then, just wait for one of the players to screw up.

 

 

Highly entertaining.




#2859995 Fan fest details

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 02:39 PM

will the panther players (not fugging sir pur) perform any football related activity?????

 

Did you read the OP?




#2859753 Fan fest details

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 09:45 AM

If anyone is thinking about me at fan fest I'd love a roster card if they're any spares!


You are all I think about lately. I miss your scent.

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#2859650 Ashley Fox - Hardy Situation Trumps Others

Posted by Jeremy Igo on Yesterday, 07:23 AM

To summarize, there are some placing all of the blame on her, and others placing none of the blame on her.

Of course, in reality, responsibility is split between the two. They both need help.

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#2859334 Cam Newton make a wish video

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 20 July 2014 - 07:28 PM

Was cool seeing that in person. Cam was just as genuine with the kid when the cameras were not rolling

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#2858624 Bleacher Report Ranks Secondaries

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 20 July 2014 - 06:39 AM

A bleacher report article is almost as credible as a post from the Saints Report message board.




#2857824 Ashley Fox - Hardy Situation Trumps Others

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 19 July 2014 - 06:49 AM

I have done plenty of both in my time and I can assure you that I have never hallucinated.

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Well you should write an article to publish in countless medical journals because people who study these things for a living seem to think cocaine can cause hallucinations for some.




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#2857223 #JaredHugginLeto

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 18 July 2014 - 04:40 PM

 

NFL Network retweeted my masterpiece




#2856451 Panthers Training Camp Tips

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 18 July 2014 - 07:31 AM

You've read the announcement. You've seen the schedule.

 

Now, I will give you the inside scoop on the Panthers Training Camp. I have seen a lot of rookie fan mistakes out there, and I aim to clean it up.

 

Camp begins with the Back to Football festivities at Gibbs Stadium. Be sure to arrive early, there are lots of great things to see and hear before practice begins. Typically there is live entertainment including a band as well as an appearance by a few select topcats. This takes place in front of the stadium close to the parking areas.

 

Practice takes place inside of Gibbs Stadium. Most people head for the seats closest to the parking. However, I feel like the best seating for Gibbs Stadium is on the east side of the field, especially if you are looking for player autographs. These bleachers are adjacent to where the players enter and leave the practice. The lower corner of these bleachers are prime autograph real estate.

 

You will be in the sun a bit more, but as the practice is later in the evening, that may not matter much to you.

 

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Most of the practices at Training Camp are done on the three practice fields adjacent to Gibbs Stadium. There are a few key things here you should know...

 

AUTOGRAPHS

The autograph area is along the fence near where the players enter and exit the locker rooms (pictured below). The key here is to position yourself in the right area. Typically the closer to the locker rooms the better. A you move farther away from them, the likelihood of an autograph decreases. Even farther away and you chances of getting an autograph drop to zero, as this would force the players to go far out of their way to get to you.

 

Preferential autograph treatment is given to kids, as it should be. My advice is to stand next to a kid, wait for that kid to get his or her autograph, then also get yours signed as well. If a player stops to sign once, he typically will sign a few within the same group of people. DO NOT push a kid out of the way or try to get yours first, you will be chastised by other fans, and probably me.

 

Players/Coaches I have seen give the most Autographs: Cam Newton, Deangelo Williams, Ron Rivera, Luke Kuechly.

 

Practice Viewing

Once you arrive at camp, take note of where the blue lifts with the video cameras are situated. Take note on where the video cameras are pointed. This will give you a heads up on which field the main action of the day is located.

 

Most fans will simply sit on the hill. This is a convenient way to watch all of practice in a leisurely manner from an elevated location. The only downside to the hill is the limited shade, so consider bringing an umbrella, and don't forget your sun screen.

 

In the morning, if practices are on the two conjoined fields, my advice is to head to the trees after applying your mosquito repellant. You will be in the shade for a good part of the practice and also will have a great view of the action. I am not kidding on the mosquito repellent. You have been warned.

 

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Photography

If you are interested in taking photos at camp, I recommend a digital SLR camera with a lens that is capable of 300mm shooting at least. Quarterbacks are easy to photograph, they are stationary and predictable. Other skill positions can be much trickier. During wide receiver drills, the players will typically all run the same route, one after another. Watch the first route, then use that to determine and plan ahead the angle you would like your capture to be.

 

Etiquette

There are a couple things that fans do that tend to bother me at practices.

 

Don't yell at the players during practice. They are there, in many cases, fighting for their job. They will not respond to you. Not because they don't hear you, but because they are working.

 

Know the players names if you want an autograph. Yelling "Hey 88" will likely annoy more than impress, making a signed jersey unlikely.

 

Where to Eat

Most people will tell you to stop by the Beacon for a burger and fries. This is fine and something everyone must do at some point. My favorite.place, however, is closer to the training Camp. Wade's is a smorgasbord type restaurant. The best thing about it is the fact that when you purchase an entree, you get as many sides as you like. They are all amazing.

 

The Pizza Inn is also a great place to go, especially if you grew up in the 80s. It is a virtual time warp including table top pac-man and 19 inch picture tube televisions, The chocolate pudding typically has a half inch skin on it, roll it up as a snack on the way home.




#2856409 "LANCE CAM " at the ESPYS -Hilarious

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 18 July 2014 - 05:55 AM

he's the best artist in music today...

 

 

lmao




#2856406 Eau de Newton

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 18 July 2014 - 05:52 AM

The essence.... of boner.




#2856397 1 week to go....

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 18 July 2014 - 05:35 AM

In one week Bank of America Stadium will open its gates to the public as the offseason finally comes to an end.

 

 

Please post for me in GIF form an expression of how you will feel at that moment.

 

 

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#2855868 Obama power grab greatest threat to constitution in US history

Posted by Jeremy Igo on 17 July 2014 - 04:37 PM

The right said Clinton was the worst president in history and he would be judged harshly when out of office also.

Didn't really pan out, did it.

Luckily, these silly folks don't decide how history judges a president.

Obama ultimately will be seen as a good president who for the most part cleaned up the mess that Dubya left. Wars ending, economy growing, unemployment low. You know, the exact opposite of his predecessor.

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