Just a follow up on my going to a riders game. What a great time. Got some warnings before I went about wearing my stamps jersey, but had no problems. Some people there gave me a "what is that" look, but nothing offensive in any way. I now know what "Rider nation" really means. They support there team right to the core. We have fans here, it is a religion there. They are very noisy when opponents have the ball, and very quiet when they have the ball. When the their team comes out, that stadium rocks. Speaking of stadiums, that is not a very nice one, cramped seats, cramped concession, no access to the other side(need to walk around outside of stadium), scoreboard dose not show stats, the announcer sounds like either a used car salesman or game show host. What we have is way better. My moment that I will always remember is at the end of the game, while waiting for the wife's bathroom break, a big rider fan, painted face and in green, walked by me, gave me a light closed fist tap on the gut and said "way to wear your colours" and kept walking. There is no match to the way they support their team. I very much respect their fans, I got to see Taylor field, and experienced something that can't be felt or heard in any other stadium in the CFL. I can only imagine what the grey cup was like. You can hear what people have to say about Rider nation, but you need to experience it to believe it. Next stop Labour day rematch in edmonton, hopefully next year a game in either winnipeg or BC.