FYI...if you're listening online, there's no delay for that audio. There's only delay for over-the-air audio.
Anyone want to recap "Debbie from DSM"'s phone call for those that didn't hear it?
She is a dual ISU/UNI fan and said when they lose, the fans of that school take the loss. And then wondered why Iowa fans can't take a loss and have to find someone or something to blame following a loss.
Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams
I agree. We didn't choose Iowa State because it is easy. We chose Iowa State because it is awesome.
If the ISU posters in their locker room were not enough, thank goodness we were able to beat the pesky hawks in their Super Bowl a few weeks ago. A loss to them would have been embarrassing for our program.
SOmeone may have mentioned it already but I had Flipper and the Lush on in the pickup today while the game was wrapping up and when the flag was thrown for Unsportsmanlike Conduct, Podolak initially got hyped up that it was against CMU and ultimately sealed the game for the Hawks.
Now as many of you know, listening to the IOwa radio broadcast can be a little tricky becasue Dolph and Eddie have this little problem when it comes to accurately depicting what is going on on the field. Most of us who have listened are aware of this. But Ed got psyched, saying "That does it!" and "No way was that flag on us" only to find out moments later that yes, it was on Iowa.
Instantly, it became a bullcrap call to throw that flag in the final seconds of a close game. Unconscionable to even throw it in that situation.
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