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L-TownCat

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Unbelievable Article. Absolutely must read.

24 February 2014 - 10:41 AM

http://www.goheels.c...TCLID=209415803

 

 

On January 23, doctors told 26-year-old Meredith Legg Stapleton she had a month to live. She allowed herself a moment to be sad, and to cry, and to comfort her husband, Christopher, because of course she had to be the strong one since, as Christopher says through laughter and tears, "That is just Meredith."

Then she prayed for two things: she wanted to see enough snow to build a snowman, and she wanted to live long enough to attend the Carolina-Duke game on Feb. 12.

Meredith had recently seen the movie "Frozen." As you know if you have kids, the signature song from that movie includes the line, "Do you want to build a snowman?" And watching that movie, Meredith thought that, in fact, she really did want to build a snowman. But she lived in Huntersville, N.C., and what are the chances of a measurable January and February snowfall that includes enough accumulation to build a really good snowman?

 


Christmas Present

24 December 2013 - 09:48 AM

I know it's early and most of you won't care and I get that. However, I had an early Christmas with the in laws this morning to which I received one of the greatest Panther related gifts I have ever gotten.

My mother in law got me a 1994 inaugural panthers print numbered and signed by the the artist. That would be cool enough by itself, but wait, there's more. Also signing the print are Jerry Richardson, Mark Richardson, Mike McCormick & Bill Polian. The original front office signed this thing!!!!

I almost cried when I opened it. One of the best 2 days straight in all of my Panther days!

Merry Christmas Guys!!



Ps: free pie

Ron Rivera's Status

23 December 2013 - 02:29 PM

Now that we have clinched a playoff berth and have a shot at both the 1&2 seeds in the tourny Rivera has fulfilled most everyone's checklist for remaining as our head coach. It's a forgone conclusion that he keeps his job obviously but the question is how do we handle his contract status? Do we reup his contract this offseason or do we let him go into the final year of his deal on a "do it again and well talk" approach?

I say the man has earned a new contract and should be our coach for the next 4-5 years. I don't do numbers so I'll let you guys guess at the size of his deal.

KEEP POUNDING!!

Playoff Picture

29 November 2013 - 01:26 PM

http://profootballta...e-taking-shape/

NFC

Safe: Seahawks, Saints, Panthers

The winner of Monday night’s Seahawks-Saints game has the inside track for home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The Seahawks are heavy favorites to win the NFC West even if they lose to the Saints on Monday. The Saints and Panthers play each other twice in December, and if one team sweeps those two games, that team would all but lock up the NFC South. The team that doesn’t win the NFC South is virtually assured of a wild card.



Pretty cool to see us as "safe".

Good write up on Inconsistency with Rules in NFL

25 November 2013 - 09:49 AM

I know we all hate PFT and Florio, but this was actually pretty good for the most part.

 

http://profootballta...em-for-the-nfl/

 

 

Referees are out of position even when they’re in position. Miami’s Cameron Wake lowered his helmet and drilled Carolina’s Cam Newton in the chin, and Newton ended up spitting out blood. It was a clear penalty on Wake, but the referee didn’t throw the flag. Why? Former NFL head of officiating Mike Pereira said the ref was positioned exactly where he’s supposed to be, but just didn’t see it. But if that’s the case, the NFL needs to have an official positioned in a place where he will see a hit like that, or make hits to the head of quarterbacks reviewable on instant replay.

 


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