Tiger-Cats vs. Eskimos: September 16, 2011
Tiger-Cats gameday is here again, and so it is time to post the thread for posting about the game as it happens. If you want to post about the game as it's happening, this is the place to do so. There may not be as many posts here, as many of those who post to these forums will be there at IWS. But those who can't make it to IWS can discuss the game with their fellow Ticat fans here. So here we go.
WHAT – Tiger-Cats Gameday. Tiger-Cats vs. Eskimos.
WHO - The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the Edmonton Eskimos.
WHY – To see if the Ticats can improve their record to 6-5 and keep up with Winnipeg and Montreal in the standings.
WHERE - Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton, Ontario.
WHEN - Friday, September 16th, 2011, at 7:30 p.m. EDT.
HOW - Radio: CHML (900 kHz AM) or Y108 (107.9 MHz FM) broadcasting from Hamilton.
Internet: Visit http://www.900chml.com and click the “listen live? link, or simply click here to listen to CHML now.
Click here to view CFL.ca's live scoreboard for recent games. You can click the link to view this game's scoreboard whenever it becomes available, which will likely be just after the opening kickoff.
Click here to view Drew Edwards' blog. He'll likely keep his blog updated during the game.
Click here and here for articles on today's game on Ticats.ca.
Click here for a game preview on Ticats TV.
Click here for the Tiger-Cats depth chart.
Click here for tonight's weather forecast. At the time I'm posting this, there is a 20% probability of precipitation this evening and winds of 5 km/h are expected. And at time this was posted, it was expected that the temperature will be about 12 degrees Celsius.
After looking anything but impressive in Montreal, the Ticats look to bounce back and get back above .500 again. A win will not come easily, as it has only been five days since the last game, and the Esks are not an easy team to beat. But the Esks don't tend to do well at IWS, and the Ticats will be out to prove that that wasn't the real Ticat team in Montreal last Sunday. It is quite important that the Ticats win, as it doesn't get easier with next week's game being in Moncton against a team that is undefeated outside of its own stadium. And of course, a loss would put them below .500, which is exactly what they want to avoid. And so having said that, the only thing left to be said in this thread-starting post is....