What has to happen on Saturday for us to come out with the 'W'? I know the lack of running game production outside of Jantz is something that has to change, which encompasses both OL and RB positions. What else do you think has to happen?
I know this is looking more and more unlikely but.... assuming that the remaining 9 teams end up staying, what needs to happen to make the Big 12 stable? Is it just adding some decent teams or does something else have to change?
How much is the realignment talk hurting ISU's current recruiting? Has to be something that other coaches are telling our recruits that major newspaper says ISU and Baylor are going to be out in the cold.
also why does everyone think the 4-16 super conference is the way to go. The Fox Sports 4-18 team superconference write up i thought made more sense.
Ben Bruns was very critical of the OL play in the UNI game, calling it the worst he has seen at ISU. Is he over reacting a little, and do you expect the OL play to take leaps and bounds with KO and Hicks playing side by side?
I know people gave the gameball to Jantz, Lenz, etc. But IMO, Kirby Van Der Kamp and to an extent the entire special teams unit really deserves a huge slice of the credit for a slim victory. ISU frequently had good field position while UNI did not.
Without that (if the field position battle was even or favored UNI), I think we lose by 10+ points - agree or disagree?
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