Check out this article in the Corpus Christi Caller-times. The Sioux Crew sent the article out to their members.
The Javs were really impressed by the loud crowd and the Sioux team.
"You couldn't hear anything, and they knew your names. It's something we should be used to, but some guys weren't used to it at all," said receiver Clavens Charles. "It kind of got to the point where we couldn't understand what was going on, we couldn't get the signals to get the plays in. It was just a lot of mental errors and a lot of penalties that cost us."
"The noise ... I mean, I've been to outdoor pretty big-time Division I football games that weren't that loud. Over 11,000 people in a confined area is pretty loud," Javs coach Bo Atterberry said. "
"Also, it was a team that has all their individuals committed to doing it right, no matter how big or small their role is," said Atterberry, whose Javs travel to East Central (Okla.) for Saturday's Lone Star Conference crossover game. "They have some guys that just played special teams or whatever, and they beat everyone. It was like they were the most privileged person in the world just to be running down on a kickoff."
"Atterberry said. "I don't even think as coaches or fans or anybody we had on the bus with us had any idea what kind of environment that would be. They sang 'Home of the Brave' in the National Anthem, and (instead) they all said, 'Home of the Sioux,' and it was like thunder went off in there. It was coming out of the rafters throughout the whole room."