I was going through a few tapped Ti-cat games from this year on my video recorder, especially the game in Regina on Sunday August 16th, I noticed on many plays that when the fans in the crowd were cheering for the rough riders and wanted more noise for their defense and to shout out our offense, the person in control of the stadium sound system and fireworks that shoot out of their goal posts, started firing off the system while Porter and later Glenn were trying to call out their offensive signals, all of this on-top of the typical Regina weather of rain and wind that were hammering the cats that game.
I always thought that the crowd could do whatever they wanted to a degree to make noise for their home team but I never thought that the host stadium could also be blasting the music or sound effects or fire works while the other teams offense was calling signals, I thought this was illegal, but I guess not or maybe Regina did it and got away with it????
If this is the case, that the home stadium can add to the noise level, than when we play our remaining home games or especially our last home game against Regina, our person in charge of the sound system and FX should be firing off cannons, radar sirens and have pre-recorded sounds of thousands of fans shouting defense at ear breaking decibels when the Regina Roughies QB Darian Durant calls his signals so the ball will fly over his head on snaps, it seems to have worked and added to the atmosphere for the Riders fans.
Go Cats Go!!!