Apart from the obvious, what do the Renegades need to do to get fans back in the park? And by the obvious, I mean "field a winning or competitive team". IMO, the team this past season was competitive.
I'm sure many of you will say that Lonie needs to go - but does he really? What if he just did some things to bring fans back? What should those things be?
I know what it's like to have a crummy owner - I live in Calgary. Even so, if Feterik had gone out and done the stuff that Hellard has done (and maybe if he had stopped trying to work his son up the depth chart), I don't think anyone would care that it was Feterik running the team. (Of course, it's things like those that make a good or bad owner)
Hamilton manages to very nearly sell out every game, and they finished 5-11! I've heard that there are Ti-Cats banners all over the place throughout Hamilton. Maybe that's a factor? Anyway, what are some things that the owners (forget for a second all that the Glieb's have done in the past) could do to bring the Renegades up to hot-ticket status?