And isn't Mandel in love with one of Iowa State's cheerleaders? I seemed to have read that in one of his columns during the basketball season....
It wasn't Mandel as I recall but Luke Winn. Luke also covers college sports for SI and did post a pic of a former ISU cheerleader as her being the most spectacular looking female he has ever seen once in Hilton. I'm lazy and didn't look for the article, but he wasn't far off.
Iowa State became the Cyclones after they leveled Northwestern in 1895. As the Chicago Tribune (9/29/1895) noted:
'Struck by a Cyclone
It Comes from Iowa and Devastates Evanston Town'
Yep. If they committed to a $60 million stadium renovation while having $35.64 in their checking account like we're doing, they'd get in the news too.
Really? So what date does construction begin, and when is it scheduled to end? Since you know that we're committed to this project, you should have the answers to these questions.
A lot of people would assume that we undertook the current Phase I w/o having much in the bank, but if they had read the proposal, they would know that the debt will be financed with increased revenue from premium seating, increased enrollment in the NCC, and increased donation levels. Don't you think that Phase II will be similarly funded? Especially since all signs point to a single large donation to kick-start the process.
Why is it so hard for some people to admit that Pollard just might know what he's doing? Are you still ticked off about the season ticket counter?
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