as long as we don't get 20 people from here that feel the need to sign up there to defend ISU's honor and create an embarrassing ******* match (like every other time one of these is posted), i'm ok with them saying whatever the hell they want
WOW!! These guys seem to have it going on and understand what a bludgeoning that the big XIV can be!!! Nice to not be screwed over by your own conference member! Blue and Gold look forward to liking you until our first match up.
I'm not trying to be difficult, it comes naturally....
From what I heard of WVU fans on other forums is that they are ALL IN for the B12. They will be great additions to the B12. Unlike the other schools that left they appreciate what a great conference this can be.
I wouldn't call it interesting. Someone starts a dumb thread and then everyone calls him on it. Just like here.
I actually did find it interesting that so many people have our back. Imo it's a fair question if you're not being a dick and a lot of people answered it well. We're not to the point of super "duper" conferences yet where USC, Fla, tOSU & UT are in the same conference so I don't see where it hurts to have Wazzou's, Miss St.'s, Indiana's and Iowa State's on the schedule especially when we (ISU) will be able to attract a lot of eyeballs for the Okie Lite and UT games knowing what we've done against them the last two seasons.
Also, this dude better better not count his chickens when WVU comes to Ames in November. If we're sitting at seven wins the atmosphere will be like the OSU game last year and a tough out for the Mountaineers.
b. April 2012 d. April 2012
May perpetual light shine upon him.
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