• Panthers vs. Patriots Monday Night Football tonight on Channel 9


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Panthers can now say they have that signature win everybody has been waiting to see: on the road, against the reigning NFC champions, in November.

    Drayton Florence intercepted a pass by Colin Kaepernick in the final minute to seal a 10-9 victory Sunday to snap the San Francisco 49ers' five-game winning streak and give the Panthers their fifth straight win.

    IMAGES: Panthers beat 49ers, 10-9

    WSOC-TV Channel 9 will broadcast the Monday Night Football game between the Carolina Panthers and the New England Patriots live.

    Coverage starts at 8 p.m. with Channel 9 sports special broadcast “Game Night” pre-game show.

    WSOCTV.com has set up a page with a series of poll questions about the Panthers.  Cast your vote here and we will use some of the results on our show.


    During the pre-game show:

    WSOC-TV Sports Director Tiffany Wright will have several pieces featuring head coach Ron Rivera and past legendary Panthers players. 

    • Ricky Proehl talks about his foundation, coaching on Panthers staff and his first touchdown catch with the team.
    • Ron Rivera talks about the advice he got from John Madden, Mike Ditka and Bill Cowher in the offseason.
    • Tiffany also is talking to former Panthers Muhsin Muhammad and Mike Rucker about their Super Bowl appearance in 2004.
    • Rucker showed us his jersey and his NFC championship ring from the Super Bowl run.

    ESPN Monday Night Football will follow the pregame show starting at 8:30 p.m.

    ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" will air at its regular time on TV64.

    Channel Guide: Find out what channel the Panthers game will be on

    Stick around after the game for Eyewitness News at 11 p.m. and for a recap of the game.

    Follow @WSOCTVSports on Twitter for updates all night long from Bank of America Stadium.

    We will be live-tweeting the game using the hashtag #PanthersOn9.



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    Panthers vs. Patriots Monday Night Football tonight on Channel 9