It seems to me that Chiz leaving is turning out to be an enormous blessing. I know it's early, but he has undoubtedly rallied the players. I get the sense that they know they are talented and want a chance to prove it.
Can someone say whether Bo is on the fence? I really want to see this kid play in the coming years.
So where are the "fanatics" who said there will be transfers? I thought that was way overblown then and hopefully this article will put those concerns to rest.
Don't get too overconfident. this is three out of over 80 players. Not to mention, many are going to be on break for the next few weeks. Home with family and friends. I'll be more at ease when the 2nd semester and spring practice starts. And even moreso, when players start arriving for fall practice...
Hoping for zero turnover, but will be surprised if there isn't some.
I agree we may lose a couple, but I didn't think we should be feeding the frenzy that was going on the day Chizik left us. That's what bothered me about some of the posts on that day. I'm glad the players will get an opportunity to meet the new coach if they want to (albeit briefly) before they head home for Christmas. ISU has nowhere to go but up, and that's why I think it's exciting to bring in a new coach at this time. Thank you, Auburn!
I agree with Darks assesment of his skills, you don't?
Darks can be a career leader at Ames - he has all the tools to be a prolific receiver. Look how many he has caught already when he did not start in the beginning of the season. He could catch up to 80-100 per year in the right situation.
CFH HMagic bball season.
Let my fred's Four Horsemen ride.
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