And on what planet must you live on to say with a straight face that Iowa State has had more on the field success than Iowa??? Regardless of who you choose to cheer for, Iowa has had far more success on the football field than ISU and it is not even close.
I don’t disagree. I the think majority of ISU fans would agree with your statement. I do think ISU is moving in the right direction but still has a ways to go. On the hand, Iowa seems to be struggling and not sure what direction they are going in. The last 3-years Iowa has struggled to develop players and it shows on the field. Lack of production at d-line, lbs, rb, wrs and qb have hurt the program.
Are you talking about Northrup? We have very different definitions of "stud". I guess compared to me, they're all studs but if we're comparing him to his peers, a 3 star recruit with his only BCS offers from UNC, Rutgers, and ISU isn't a stud. Lazard is a stud
Simple fact is more 'studs' come out of Florida than Iowa. The Halks no longer recruit Florida - AT ALL. With a team desperately in need of speed, Kurt makes the decision to ignore one of the top 2 States having players with speed. To me, that is unusual reasoning, but so be it.
Therefore, the Halks need to focus on where they do/will recruit. By this reasoning alone, Iowa will need to secure more recruits in-State.
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