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Colts Can't Quiet Din Of Controversy

The search is on for the brave, mysterious security guard who blew the whistle on the Indianapolis Colts' apparent efforts to pipe in extra crowd noise in the RCA Dome on Sunday. It didn't take long for the team's house of lies to come crumbling down, once WBZ photojournalist Bryan Foley was on the case.

Foley has been shooting sports for more than a decade. He was covering the game for WBZ-TV and claims the noise in the RCA Dome was deafening when the Patriots had the ball. "It was almost silent when the Colts had the ball," he said. The noise was so bad he asked a security guard about it. "I asked him, 'Do you go home at night with a headache? Because it's early in the first quarter and my head is already hurting.' He said, 'I don't know if you know this, but they actually pick up the crowd noise and pump it back through the P.A. (public address system)'"


The NFL has already exonerated the Colts on this issue. But when Bob Woodward's book — possibly entitled Hear No Evil — hits shelves in about a year, we'll all wonder how we could have been so blind to the truth. Or um, deaf, actually.

Security Guard Claims Colts Enhance Crowd Noise [WBZ-TV]


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