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Mr. Scot

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You know what's gonna suck?

Yesterday, 12:19 AM

We're 2-0...

Arguably the best defense in the League...

Young quarterback might just be hitting his stride...

A little boy with cerebral palsy attending the game on the invitation of that quarterback...

An equally good young star on the defensive side of the ball...

A linebacker with three knee surgeries in his past that's playing some of the best football of his career...

An undrafted receiver who spent the last few years working his way into a roster spot...

Other good stories...

And a 90 minute national pregame show that will devote plenty of time to talking about the Panthers.

So what do you think the folks at NBC will spend most of their Panther related time talking about? :unsure:

So what's Josh Gordon up to?

19 September 2014 - 10:48 AM

Per this tweet (retweeted by Ian Rapoport) he's 'learning the ropes' at Akron Auto Auction.


Ian RapoportVerified account @RapSheet

Gordon is serious RT @JeremyinAkron: @RapSheet @ItsRaniiiii he was at Akron Auto Auction Tuesday learning the ropes







Meanwhile, his team just won an upset victory without him.


Ya gotta hope this is a wakeup call that says "hey kid, man up and stop pissing away your opportunities".

Young Panthers fan on Today Show

19 September 2014 - 10:21 AM

This is quite the story.


NFL Fan with cerebral palsy gets chance to play


Check out what happens around 4:25 :D

Graphics from the team Twitter

19 September 2014 - 10:11 AM

We saw this one yesterday...





And today there's this




And here's the SNF bus in front of BOA





My flag football kids...

18 September 2014 - 10:52 PM

...look like they couldn't catch a cold this season :(


The age group is 6th to 8th grade, so unfortunately for me some of the best players I've had in years past are now playing regular football.  The group that's left?  Great bunch of kids, but let's just say their receiving skills are...inconsistent.


I'm working with the ones having the toughest time the most.  And while I've been doing this for a bit and have my own ideas, I also know we've got some other part time (and even full time) coaches who post here.   I definitely wouldn't mind hearing from anyone else who coaches about your preferred methods for improving pass catching prowess.



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