Ron Cobb, left, took his then-6-year-old daughter, Camille, to the first regular-season Panthers game in the uptown stadium in 1996. Now 26, earning her Ph.D. in Seattle, she’s still a die-hard Panthers fan: She hosted a Super Bowl party last year wearing her Cam Newton jersey.
Ron Cobb, left, took his then-6-year-old daughter, Camille, to the first regular-season Panthers game in the uptown stadium in 1996. Now 26, earning her Ph.D. in Seattle, she’s still a die-hard Panthers fan: She hosted a Super Bowl party last year wearing her Cam Newton jersey. RICK HAVNER AP
Ron Cobb, left, took his then-6-year-old daughter, Camille, to the first regular-season Panthers game in the uptown stadium in 1996. Now 26, earning her Ph.D. in Seattle, she’s still a die-hard Panthers fan: She hosted a Super Bowl party last year wearing her Cam Newton jersey. RICK HAVNER AP
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