That place could turn out to be a great place for Indoor Football, because the fans are literally on top on the field. Kinda like Cameron Indoor Stadium. That could be a really tough place to play if the Stampede have a good team this year.
The game started, and the Stampede were struggling due to very poor QB play. A QB change was made at the half, and Harrisburg rebounded. I will not comment either on accusations that the game was "fixed", as it is not my place to comment on it either way. So that is just silly speculation as far as I am concerned.
The folks in the arena and sitting around me went from booing in the 1st half to cheering and talking playoffs already. The game did exactly what it was intended to do. It got the folks in Harrisburg excited about their team.
But I do agree with the smell of the arena. Smelled like poop. But it is a farm show complex. No amount of Fabreeze can clear that air.
Though a manager at McDonalds actually has an excellent benefits package and pay scale...just like yours probably is at Big Bill Hell's or whatever the car lot is called...no, I've got a better job than that.
That's great that he has all this experience. The refs still missed well over a dozen illegal defense calls on the Raiders, on top of the ones they did throw the flag for.
I think as indoor fans, we've had enough with the equestrian and farm show/rodeo venues thanks to the NIFL.
Yes there was some of the legit guys from around the league, but I wouldnt call them all stars,,Notice the team with the most talent didn't have any of their players there? COLUMBUS,,,,,,,I did see also that some of the All Star players were using head gear from the local semi pro team But that I could understand,by not having eqpt,,,,Still smell the "POOP" AND I CAN COUNT,,,,,,,,,,,,I dint care what the paper said, there was no one in the end zones and about 1,000 on each side,,maybe 1,200,,,,but not 3,000. the whole upper part of the " POOP PALACE"was empty. No pun intended