If you watched Justin Thomas and Deon Hill during their press conference, you would have heard them speak about the intensity in the second half of yesterday's game. They both said that during the second half the intensity dropped. I don't know if they were talking about the players, I don't know if they were talking about the coaches and I don't know if they were talking about us (the fans). On that note I have to say I'm not very pleased with our crowd noise or our intensity. At georgia tech, most fans cheer for one thing: touch downs. It almost seems like that's the only time there is ever a noise in the stadium. During the entire 3rd quarter yesterday it was silent, other than the georgia southern fans chanting that Bobby Dodd stadium was "their house". We have to do this for the players. The players like the intensity and the vibe that the fans give off. We have to stand up and jump and scream and clap because they notice that, and it makes them want to make plays for us. When the stadium plays music, that's not for us to listen to. It's for us to get hyped up and get our players hyped, no matter what the scoreboard says. Crowd noise can change a game. If we don't turn our noise level up a knotch then we might as well get used to the away fans being louder than us and I don't know about you but I don't like it. Stand up and scream for your team.