Iowa's undergrad business programs ranked #36 by US News, ISU's ranked #87. Iowa's undergrad creative writing program consistently the top program in the country, ISU's nonexistent. Iowa top 20 pre-med program in the country, ISU's not close. Iowa has a law school and a medical school, ISU doesn't. To say someone who wants to go into these fields is better off going to ISU is just kind of silly.
So Mr Gonzo. What do you do? Did you even graduate from U of Western Illinois? Iowa State is a better school than most people give it credit for. Just because some tards out east ranks a "sh!tty" ag school poorly makes it completely true. Because you know all farmers are stupid for feeding the world. I wish every one had the stunning realization that getting sh!tfaced at brothers and dropping out after blowing $14,000 on student loads. Totally worth it. How about journalism! Because no one knows any language!!! Imagine what the DSM Register would do with all that shredded paper! I got it. The U of I art majors could erect a paper mache sculpture of Hayden Fry on campus every year!! Man.. If only there was a school in the midwest that specializes in engineering and science or developed the worlds first computer or ended world war 2? We could only be so fortunate. Oh.. This is a sports forum. Did I mention your current coach has a losing record vs Iowa State? U of I football program is the biggest facade, and thier fanbase is still living in the 1980s. Its over.
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