cannon vs fireworks for scoring celebrations

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Re: cannon vs fireworks for scoring celebrations

#16 Post by My3Cats » Wed Aug 21, 2019 9:14 am

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Did the cannon go away for a while during Chow's years? Or were we that bad that I just seemed to forget it was there?
not scoring was kinda the norm back then lol
Pun intended I'm sure.
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Re: cannon vs fireworks for scoring celebrations

#17 Post by poidog » Wed Aug 21, 2019 1:45 pm

I live somewhat close to the stadium (closer to the old Toys r Us) and attend every UH football game, so I never really knew how loud the cannon was until I heard it from my house during the NFL preseason game this past weekend. I heard the cannon fire almost a full minute before the Rams touchdown was shown on the tv broadcast. I thought that was cool, but in my old age I can't help but wonder if the cannon is just too damn loud?

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