If we would have played KU and Texas earlier in the season I think that we might have knocked them both off.
Only Iowa State fans would be talking about a 9 loss and 1 SDSU Jackrabbits win team as an automatic loss. I understand why, but it's still pretty out there.
On one hand our downer fans are saying we should just ignore a comfortable win against Baylor...because Baylor sucks. But we also have to ignore that Baylor blew out KU seven days ago and now KU is a juggernaut.
Kansas will be hungry. If Iowa state is better this year over the last two, they will find a way to win. Getting beat by a two loss OU and Texas team is not the end of the world. Two very winnable games remain.
Without Knott this Defence is Terrible, With KU getting 400 yards against a team that we couldnt beat the future looks like NO Bowl Game This Year.
Oh Well its only Ia State Football....
Hard to argue that when they guy that replaced him is getting more tackles than A.J. Klein. And don't try to argue that's because they are picking on George. The drop off because of Knott's injury isn't all that big. I understand some of you need to blame someone but fact is Knott's injury isn't why we've dropped two straight
I do think it's more likely we beat WVU then KU. KU has been solid at home and obviously good this week. This game scared me long before they started playing well. In saying that I think the team will be focused after today's loss.
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