Posted May 01, 2019 02:14:27When the Panthers took the field Sunday night, they didn’t want to play in front of a crowd.
It was the Panthers’ first road game of the season.
But the crowd was there for a reason.
Carrabba was asked to take the field for the first time, and he had a simple answer.
“I think that’s why we’re playing,” he said.
Carringa was the head coach at Carriageworks in 2014 when his team won the National Championship.
He wanted to make sure that he had something to say, something to talk about.
So Carraba said that if he wins another national championship, he wants to be the head football coach at the Panthers.
Carriagworks is the Carolina Panthers’ new headquarters.
The Panthers made it official Tuesday afternoon, with Carriaga announcing that the team will be renamed the Carolina Panther Football Club.
The team will play home games in Charlotte, North Carolina.
“When you have a new head coach and you’re playing in front a bunch of fans, I think that was a great experience for me,” Carriagaras coach said.
“We all got the same goal of winning the championship, and I think we did a great job of that, and we have a lot of work to do to do.”
Carriaga is a native of the Carolina suburbs and spent two seasons as an assistant at Carolina, where he coached the Panthers from 2005-06.
He is a graduate of UNC-Wilmington and earned a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2015.
The move will be seen as a positive move for the Panthers, who have been without a head coach since Greg Schiano resigned.
Carolina was 4-6 before Schiano left, and after losing a first-round playoff series to the Steelers last week, it has lost five straight.
“The Panthers are in a better position than they were a year ago,” Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said.
“I think they’re ready to make a run at the playoffs.
It’s going to be a long year, and they’re going to make some great decisions going forward.”
Carolina will open the season against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, and the team is expected to announce its coaching staff on Tuesday.