I'm bored at work so here goes at a lame attempt for a poll. What sport at ISU will be most improved from this year to next year?
I went with Men's bball because I believe we're already on the track of turning that program around. Football is just starting that road. The wrestling team cannot do much better right now! The women's team was a second round team, so to improve on that would be tough!
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I say football because we still have some key pieces returning and we were horrible most of last year. Men's bball may show up the most in the win-loss column, but I think football will take a leap forward.
Wresting - hard to improve upon a Big 12 title and a 2nd place finish in the nation. Granted could be national champs, but they were not far from it last season.
WBB - From the little I know about the team, it will be tough for them to duplicate their season from this year, let alone improve upon it.
Football - I expect improvement this fall, yet it may not be measurable in wins just yet (see MBB '06/'07).
MBB - This is what I have left. It was the first one I thought about too, yet not an easy choice. Lost some roll players, so forcing the young guys to come in and compete right away. If enough of them are what they have been hyped up to be - then yeah - easy choice.
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