When I worked at K-State, the week prior to the team going down to Norman they practiced with "Boomer Sooner" blaring over the sound system so the team could get used to playing in the loud/annoying atmosphere. I lived about 3 blocks away and when the wind was right it was clear as day...yuck!
They will have a band here....our band needs to come up with our own quick little song to play and be on guard and the MINUTE OU lifts their instruments, blare them out.
We play after every play and every opportunity they give us during time-outs. (Unless our offense is close to us) So that shouldn't be a problem.
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Oh they will bring a band will have lots of fans for a visiting big 12 team and they will come into our stadium and desecrate the National Anthem by Yelling SOONERS instead of the word brave at the end.
This is the reason why I don't plan on watching this game. My rear end is still recovering from that game.
If I based my fan hood off of the memory of bad losses in the past I would probably have to stop being an Iowa State fan.
2010 is in the past. The 2012 team hung with K-State which is a pretty good team. And that was with very few offensive highlights. If ISU can get into any kind of rhythm offensively they can make some noise.
Heck, if the offense was able to complete some forward passes last year they could have given OU a scare at home.
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