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UNC alum Mick Mixon set to retire as Carolina Panthers' play-by-play announcer after season


thought he’d play baseball. And in his mid-20s, he was the play-by-play voice of the Maine Guides until the team’s owner lost the team in a court decision. So, he came back for what he thought would be one year doing games at his alma mater, UNC, with the legendary . One year, though, melted into 16 before Mick got a call. (FOX 8 WGHP)

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UNC alum Mick Mixon set to retire as Carolina Panthers' play-by-play announcer after season


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