The Carolina Panthers are rocking, rolling and making dreams come true in Charlotte on Sunday.
With the Seattle Seahawks in town for an NFC divisional playoff game, the Panthers got off to a hot start. On the first play from scrimmage, running back Jonathan Stewart ripped off a 59-yard run. A few plays later, Stewart rumbled into the end zone for the first touchdown of the day.
And the big running back took the ball and handed it to a young fan seated in the end zone seats. And needless to say, she was super excited.
Isabella Bottomley, 8, is the little girl with the big reaction. This was the first time her family splurged to sit in the front row at the Panthers game, and they're glad they did! Jonathan Stewart handed her the football after the Panthers' first touchdown, and her reaction was priceless.
Bottomley's parents say they're going to put the football in a display case in their living room.
They're thankful Cam Newton started this tradition because it gets kids involved in the game. It's one more reason why they love the Panthers.