Cary-lina, NC – In a game that the Panthers let slip away from them, the contest was taken down to the final seconds only to have Olindo Mare miss a “sure thing” 31 yard field goal that would have sent the game into overtime with 29 ticks left.
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Photographer Tom Mousseau was on the sidelines for CaryCitizen at Sunday’s NFL contest between the Carolina Panthers and the Washington Redskins. As reported Sunday night in Matt Young’s column, the Panthers rolled over the ‘Skins 33-20 at home. Tom filed these pictures from the game.
“Chris,” I explain to my wife, “you need to drive down and pick out a dog now.” Then something happened. I am not sure what. I may have blacked out.
Feeling guilty about the impending spectacular Sunday, knowing that I would be parked on my couch, I jammed a whole nature-packed weekend into my Saturday.
Sunday I was in the self-check line at the Harris Teeter holding a 12-pack, letting people ahead of me as I awaited the North Carolina legal beer time to start. Yeah, I was “that guy”.
I haven’t seen turf this messy and wet since belly flopping on a Slip’N Slide in my backyard in grade school. Fans were literally bailing water out of the stands with beer cups.
My Cam Newton “bromance” continues. At least for one more Sunday. The big leagues are clearly not too big for this guy.
“Opening day” has come and gone. We may have learned something about these about these new Panthers. It starts with their new signal caller.
In which Matt Young, the Dave Barry of Cary, unburdens himself of a few pre-season thoughts about this year’s Carolina Panthers and the NFL football season in general.
Raleigh, NC — After winning a storybook game in Toronto 6-3 with EBUG (emergency back up goalie) David Ayres and all the trades on Monday, the Hurricanes, fell to a better Dallas Stars team by the same score of 2 weeks ago, 4-1 in front of another almost sellout, loud, crowd.