Rewatching the game tonight on FSN I dont think I have seen more of a mistake filled half in my life. The players played their ***** off but mistakes happened everytime we touched the ball. Turn around the mistakes and we will be in every game going forward.
If I were a player on the Iowa State Cyclone football team, I would want to go all out to show my team deserves some respect. I State is a huge underdog to Baylor, isn't being taken seriously by the National media or in state. To me, this team should have a lot of motivation to go down and kick Baylor's proverbial arse. We are 3-1, we deserve better. Go Cyclones!
I was a victim of a series of accidents, as are we all.
The team needs to act like men, play like men and learn to win like men. Win or lose act like you've been there before. When they can do that, they will earn respect. If you take BG3 out of the equation on Saturday, Baylor has virtually nothing left on it's team.
If you can shut down or atleast contain one of the top 3 qb's in the nation you will have earned some respect. Then with that being done they need to go and knock off Mizzou on the road. If that happens, you will have respect.
If you guys think that loss was bad, wait till you see what OU does to us. This team and schedule before the season started had all the promise of 4-5 wins. We'll never be a top shelf football program, so don't get all butt hurt when we lose to one. Just enjoy the ride and hope we can squeeze 6 wins out of this season, so I don't have to visit iowa around xmas and can travel to a bowl game instead.
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