Oregon lineman warns Panthers about danger of 31-0 halftime lead

The Carolina Panthers came out in the first half of the NFC divisional round and absolutely smoked the Seattle Seahawks to the tune of 31-0.

While a 31-point lead should be incredibly safe, the Oregon Ducks know something about losing an advantage of that size.

So you're saying there's no chance?Teams trailing by 31+ points in any game in last 15 seasons are 0-325. pic.twitter.com/J6Dfjq5icP

— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 17, 2016

Oregon offensive lineman Tyler Johnstone took to Twitter to warn the Panthers about the dangers of being ahead exactly that many points. 

Dear Panthers,Beware the 31-0 halftime lead.It'll get ya...

— Tyler Johnstone (@TJohnstone64) January 17, 2016

In the Alamo Bowl against TCU on Jan. 2, the Ducks took a 31-0 lead into halftime. However, without starting QB Vernon Adams, the Ducks came out flat and the Horned Frogs turned on the jets. In the end, TCU beat Oregon 47-41 in triple overtime. 

The message here is clear for the Panthers: Don't pull an Oregon.

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