SPARTANBURG, S.C. -- The Carolina Panthers have held training camp at Wofford College the past 16 years. That streak is in jeopardy if the labor dispute isn't settled soon.
But Wofford athletic director Richard Johnson acknowledges if the lockout delays the start of the preseason, camp could be pushed back only a week or so because students arrive the last week in August. Johnson says it would be impossible to hold camp while classes are in session.
Johnson says it would be up to the Panthers to decide whether to have a shortened camp in Spartanburg or train in Charlotte.
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