.....I've been thinking lately of all the communications technology available to the coaches during a game and wondering if the CFL is keeping up to it......and possible fan/spy involvement during a game.
For example, many fans now have the e-mail addresses to coaches or are on their Facebook accounts. Given human nature, I don't think it would be a stretch to think that, let's say, a fan of the Ticats is sitting really close to the visitor's bench one row up from the dugout and can clearly hear what the coaches are saying to their players.......and then sends a text message to the coach to tip them off. Or, let's say a visiting player is hurt on a play but it trying to hide it on his bench, but a fan close by sees this and sends a text to a coach.
Or, a coach is trying to discreetly draw up a play on a small whiteboard on the bench to show his players, but a fan snaps a cell phone photo and sends a text to the coach complete with a photo attachment ?