AA, Thx for the memories. Sorry about your knee, hope you fully recover! I will remember you as a great Cyclone! Thx for wearing the cardinal & gold and giving your best effort, and for reprensenting yourself and your school so well. May God give you strength and healing as you recover!
Once again AA is a great young man !!I thank you soo much for keeping this team (family ) together through thick and thin when that other coach left you all reeling ! You kept your head pulled the men together and took charge of becoming more of a family!!We LOVE YOu Austen!!Good luck in your life may it be filled with great things!!You are A wonderful young man! The Wrights
Nice post, Mr. Capello. I also want to say that AA has been one of my favorite Cyclones. I've thoroughly enjoyed watching this young men lead this team for the last several years and his character, and especially his toughness, will be missed from here on out. I'm proud to have guys like AA as a representative of this university and my heart aches for him and how tough this must be to go out like this.
Although on paper this game looks awfully tough for us, I still haven't given up hope. I see our team playing inspired football on Saturday night and fighting for their "lives". After that Texas game I told myself I'm never gonna let myself think again that we're probably not going to win. I know any Saturday can be our Saturday... anything can happen... we can do this.
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