either you are all in our not Mr. Coe. figure out which one you are
99.9 % chance. Well if you don't know you dont know. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJohCpifELE
Raised by his grandma? Doesn't that make him a weakling?
andddddddd 900 posts
99.9% does not equal 100%. Figure it out, dude. It's a privilege to play for Coach Rhoads.
Not sure on this one......did Iowa totally back off the kid? If so, why?
Why even bother ******* with us if you don't just pull the trigger. Come on Coe, be a part of something great or not. **** or get off the pot.
I'm just spit balling but this may not have to do with him being sold or not. There could be other things like waiting on some grades or something before we sign him up. I have no inside info or anything but guys typically don't talk in percentages like he did if he isn't sold on the program. If he was just favoring us, I don't think he would have put it like he did.
Aren't we running out of scholarships? And wasn't there a rumor/thread that he wanted to commit a while back? And from the article, it sounds like he wants to visit but nothing has been set up.
I am just spit-balling here, but I wonder if his offer is conditional at this point time. Maybe he is 99.9% sure he will be allowed to commit, not 99.9% sure that Iowa State is for him.
Just a guess. I don't really know.
Edit: ^^^ What Tre said.
He is a good player. If he can keep his grades up and his mind on football, he'd be a hell of a pickup for Rhoads.
The more I think about this, the more I'm not real sure if Coe is a huge need. I think Maggitt will get a medical and be back again next year so we only lose Nelson this year and Scott next year. We have some bodies at the position now to so I'm not sure if there is a scholarship budgeted for a risky guy at the position. In all honesty, I'm just not sure if he's a great use of a scholly if there are other options.