With all the snow in the North Carolina over the weekend, there wasn't much to do, so the Panthers social media team decided to make good use of their free time by creating a hashtag that everyone in both North and South Carolina could get behind.
Getting the two Carolinas to agree on anything is almost impossible, but the Panthers social media team did it with the hashtag #OneCarolina. The only reason we're telling you about this is because the hashtag has taken over in the Carolinas with almost every college and pro sports team wishing the Panthers luck in Sunday's NFC Championship.
The Panthers got things started.
Tomorrow we roar as one. Two States. One Team. #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/WZc43Fwn8z— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) January 23, 2016
Then Duke and North Carolina jumped on board.
We've got your back, @Panthers! #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/y8qQfACs1x— UNC Tar Heels (@GoHeels) January 23, 2016
We're ready for tomorrow! Are you? Go @Panthers! #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/WsaFT6m2bQ— Duke Athletics (@Duke_ATHLETICS) January 23, 2016
Then the Charlotte Hornets jumped on board.
Tomorrow we all come together as one to stand behind the @Panthers! Good luck, fellas. #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/pgKTIjZ0ED— Charlotte Hornets (@hornets) January 23, 2016
Then the NFL's Carolina Hurricanes jumped on board.
Tomorrow the #Canes stand with the @Panthers! #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/tbeVkOyeYf— Carolina Hurricanes (@NHLCanes) January 23, 2016
Then everyone was on board.
#OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/Zt5lnN2Ti4— NC State Athletics (@PackAthletics) January 23, 2016
Good luck to the @Panthers tomorrow, we'll be rooting for our neighbors! #OneCarolina #KeepPounding #GoDeacs pic.twitter.com/avi0ukV9uw— Wake Forest Sports (@DemonDeacons) January 23, 2016
Good luck, @Panthers!! #KeepPounding #OneCarolina #Gamecocks pic.twitter.com/Zt10qzGxHo— Gamecock Athletics (@GamecocksOnline) January 23, 2016
.@FurmanU is behind you, @Panthers! #KeepPounding #OneCarolina pic.twitter.com/1XCPWJ0aKr— Furman Paladins (@FurmanPaladins) January 23, 2016
Good luck @Panthers in tomorrow's NFC Championship Game #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/27yRYxLV9P— #TheCitadel (@CitadelSports) January 23, 2016
From one feline to another - we're behind you tomorrow, @Panthers! #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/IBflNSMJVt— Davidson Athletics (@DavidsonWildcat) January 23, 2016
24 hours until the @Panthers are back at it, and the #DurhamBulls are behind them. #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/cgiDyI6eDw— Durham Bulls (@DurhamBulls) January 23, 2016
All hands on deck for the NFC Championship Game. Go Panthers! #OneCarolina #KeepPounding pic.twitter.com/NhebqiqxxY— ECUAthletics (@ECUAthletics) January 24, 2016
Basically, there are going to be zero people in the Carolinas cheering for the Cardinals on Sunday when the two teams kick off at 6:40 p.m. ET in the NFC Championship.