Very happy with a huge road win to balance the poor home loss last week.
I was very impressed with the creativity of the TCU offensive play calling. Seemed like our defense did great in forcing turnovers, but TCU kept us off balance much of the day.
For a redshirt freshman, Boykin looks like he may be a player for TCU in the future. Definitely had some freshman moments, but looks like a pretty good athlete. We caught TCU at a good time and glad to get the win.
They were pretty good. Lots of people ragging on them but it was the turnovers that killed them. If they play mistake free, could be a scary team.
Originally Posted by AltHawk
Why would it? One bad game doesn't change a thing. Iowa will still be a darkhorse B1G championship contender, and Iowa State will be lucky to make the NIT.
If you ask the basketball analysts outside the state of Iowa I think you would be surprised to hear their responses. Iowa was pegged as a preseason top 5 team by one ESPN analyst and is ranked in the vast, vast majority of preseason top 25 polls
this is why k-state worries me. they run alot of plays like TCU threw at us. only difference is that k-state has an experienced QB who makes huge plays every week. we are gonna give up alot of yards as usual, but hopefully we can hold them to a low score and have our offense on the field for 75% of the game.... on another note, look what happened the last time we had a heisman candidate come into ames (weeden last year)
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