The dos and don’ts of Carolina football

DO take shots, DON’T take shots by yourself

While we have already had some away games this season, football never feels like it has started until the first home game.

Since the games can be pretty confusing if you don’t understand football, we asked students about the dos and don’ts of Carolina football. Take this knowledge and use it wisely.

Lara, junior

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Do: “Wear cute shoes”

Don’t: “Wear heels”

Gisselle, junior

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Do: “Go all out”

Don’t: “Wear Duke stuff”

Malin, freshman

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Do: “Say ‘Heels’ after first down”

Don’t: “Be on your phone”

Benjamin, freshman

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Do: “Wear Carolina blue”

Don’t: “Cheer for the other team”

Meg, junior

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Do: “Take Jell-O shots”

Don’t: “Take solo shots”

Francis and Jonathan, juniors

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Do: “Body paint”

Don’t: “Forget to bring an empty water bottle”

Isabella, sophomore

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Do: “Make it to the game by halftime”

Don’t: “Forget your One Card”

Madison, junior

peep hungry fan in back

Peep hungry fan in back

Do: “Tailgate”

Don’t: “Come any time after the first quarter because you won’t get a seat”

Will, junior

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Do: “Tailgate”

Don’t: “Blackout”

There you have it, folks. Everything you need to know about Carolina football protocol. From tailgating advice to spirit advice, everyone seems to be in the loop on what’s best for this season.

See everyone at the next game and you better not be a “don’t.”

TAR!

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