BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
Only 3,000 fans were on hand for the New Orleans Saints game against the Carolina Panthers, but they made themselves known in the closing moments.
The Who Dat chant — a resounding one for the small crowd — broke out from the lower bowl after Panthers kicker Joey Slye came up short on what would have been an NFL-record 65-yard field goal that would have knotted the game up at 27-all had he connected.
Instead, the Saints ran the clock out with running back Latavius Murray carrying the ball twice before quarterback Drew Brees kneeled to end the game, winning 27-24.
Brees had himself a...