A few things from the game that may go unnoticed

0 points allowed in the second half...nice job by Marshall, and of course the "D"
Great challenge by Marcel overturned a big play
I did not think it was a pass interference call against Tisdale on the long play at the end of the first half, And Tisdale kept Geroy pretty quiet all night.
On B.C.'s big punt return in the first half Ike Brown nailed the BC return guy head-on at full speed.
Too bad he went on to big yardage after the hit.
Looks like McIntyre is a player with a NON-STOP motor...love-him!!

Agree with everything you say, except (isn't there always an except?)...

The Tisdale interference call. It was blatant. He was pulling his jersey for 5-7 yards.

Had it been them on us, we'd have been going crazy.

What was with the horrible attendance?

Not so. Have a look here. Fast forward to the 28 minute mark and you'll notice Tisdale makes contact the instant the ball gets there. It was timed perfectly.

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-it was BC

-it was a Friday of a long weekend

-people still aren't sure if the Cats are for real

-tough economy

-loss of laid off workers

I found it funny though that the endzone was jam packed!

And there are back to back home games

20,000 and change. Hey pre 2004 that would be considered a great crowd. BC is a bad draw for some reason. I am happy we made it to 20,000. A few more wins and they should start filling up again. 24,000 for the first 2 home games was a good start.

Not bad when you consider the organization was expecting less than 18,000.

Sportsnet has it at 20,103.

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