Despite slump Jaguar fans keep the faith
Part one: In a mid-sized Florida city, where football is the only professional sport known, the passion of the fans burns bright despite their team’s recent annual struggles. In the first part of his two part report, Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Marc Whiteman explores the unbreakable bond between franchise, and city.
Part Two: In 1995, the Jacksonville Jaguars took the field for the first time, the start of a strong bond between the team and it’s fanbase. With so much early success, disappointment stretched across Jacksonville when the franchise hit a decade-long rough patch, but despite the numerous losing seasons, the fans still believe the turn around is coming. In the second part of his two part report, Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Marc Whiteman explores the relationship between the city, their franchise, and its prospects for the future.
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