The PSL holder Scott Fowler wrote about in the Observer Friday morning undoubtedly will be criticized. The man goes so far as to sell his tickets to fans of the team the Panthers play.
It's so simple. Fans aren't required to take a loyality oath before they buy their tickets, so they shouldn't be required to take one before they sell them.
The tickets belong to the fan. If he can get a better deal selling them to, say, Denver fans than to Carolina fans, that's his right.
I suspect most of the criticism comes from fans who watch games on TV, not that there's anything wrong with that.
I saw Panther jerseys at FedExField in Maryland last week.
The game went on as scheduled.