Re: ***Official Worry about Rhoads Leaving Thread***
Honestly though, Campos, Curtis & Lazard are a prime example why Rhoads isn't leaving. He see's how bright the future for this program can be and he see's that people in the school & state are beginning to believe. And contrary to previous generations, fans in other states know who Rhoads and ISU are now much more than ever before.
Unless the program takes a giant step back, I can't see leaving something he's built up already for a shot in the dark, little fan support (Because they would want a bigger name), recruits and players he doesn't know and didn't recruit, a boss that apparently wants far more control of the program, philosphy of the program and how they play as a unit. And none of this is including the lofty expectations to win a lot of games with players you didn't recruit. If it comes down to money, I am sure JP would go up on pay if need be, but Rhoads doesn't seem to be about that.
No one can really know for sure on this stuff, but I think he's our coach until we decid otherwise.
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.
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