Found November 29, 2011 on
The Warriors Will Throw:
Congrats to our Warriors! One more game!From Thanksgiving Day, the Dolphin's Davone Bess had an awesome one handed catch in their loss to Cowboys.Kealoha Pilares followed up last week's TD kickoff return with another long one, this time 76 yards to help the Panthers keep the Colts winless.And here's my weekly updated opponent's schedules. Some teams have finished up their seasons, while others have their last one left.One word this week. BYU Do you need to say anything else? C'mon fans, this has been an up and down year, but we all LOVE our team and our Warriors. And we all LOVE to hate BYU. Show up at Aloha Stadium this Saturday to cheer on our team to beat the Cougars as well as to say good bye to our Seniors. (This includes the UH students!!! where are you!?!?)If you got em, bust em out!
BEST OF MAXIM
(By Ron Green Jr., firstname.lastname@example.org) A week after setting a team record with a 101-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, rookie Kealoha Pilares almost had another one Sunday against Indianapolis.After the Colts had cut the Panthers' lead to 24-19 midway through the fourth quarter, Pilares returned a kickoff 76 yards to the Indianapolis 32 before being run out of...
The Panthers entered Sunday's game at Indianapolis looking to use the final six weeks as a springboard for next season, building momentum with some wins on the field.
They're off to a good start.
The Panthers rediscovered their running game and kept the Colts winless and snapped a 12-game losing streak on the road. They will look to continue their success next week when...
Carolina finally found a venue where it could win on the road - Indianapolis.
Cam Newton threw for 208 yards and ran for one touchdown Sunday, while DeAngelo Williams scored twice to help the Panthers hold off the winless Colts 27-19 for their first road victory in nearly two years. Carolina had lost 12 consecutive road games since beating the Giants in New York on Dec. 27, 2009...
(By Joseph Person, email@example.com) Ron Rivera is not too concerned about the race for third place.The Panthers' coach wants to start simply by winning two games in a row.