Re: ***OFFICIAL: IOWA STATE @ KANSAS GAME(DAY) THREAD***
Originally Posted by dirtyninety
I just saw Rutgers score......Man, we are the patsy foundation for a lot of football programs. If you want to build up, schedule Iowa State. I know they did not schedule us...but it sure worked good for them and we are the punks. How many recruiting brochures have had hapless Iowa State jerseys in the background......early Alvarez Wisconsin, Tiller's career was made by the Overtime screwup, Jon Robinson tried to "Iowa State" with his early UNLV program, but it backfired as we won, UConn, now Rutgers. UNI coaches have made a ton of money beating us. The Ladainian Tomlinson TCU frogs used us as their program ascended to a good place.
Mason and Mangino used us for recruiting fodder.......
When is it going to be our turn? I have a bad feeling about tonight. Mock me now all you pollyanna's and seminar/self-help optimists, but I have seen too many Cyclone teams lay turds and all the signs are there for MAJOR steps backward tonight. I will be very happy if I am wrong.....I just learned my analytical skills at Iowa State...it is what it is.
Yah, as a Cyclone fan, this situation feels way too familiar--and not in a good way. I've been sick about it all week (and staying off of here to keep my mind off of it). If we can pull this off, I will be very happy and relieved. Eric just said "keep your foot on the gas when you have the momentum." This is important advice. We need to be up by >7 going into the 4th quarter.
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