What I meant was the fact there is less population in western Iowa-a few hundred thousand people in 25-30 rural counties so there are less sports fans than there are in central Iowa or Omaha/CB where there is well over a million in just a few counties.
As far as the Nascar thing goes, I live in Southern Iowa and racing is super strong, the number of fans here blow Iowa and ISU fans out of the water combined. At least one of every ten farmsteads in this part of the state has a race car/demo derby vehicle of some sort and there are a s*load of Nascar fans here as there are in western or in northern Iowa. Car racing is always proportionally higher in rural areas of the US.
You don't need a reason to be a d-bag (at least I never have). I wonder why they built that race track all the way over in Newton when the NASCAR nuts are obviously all over here?
back to Sherff - anybody have an update regarding how his recruitment (by us) is going? Does he indeed have an offer from Missouri?
Scherff has offers from Iowa, ISU, Nebraska and Mizzou. His latest interview had Iowa in the lead followed by Nebraska and ISU. He was planning on coming to another Iowa junior day last weekend but went to ISU's junior day instead (bet that makes you guys happy). I haven't heard anything since his latest visit. Does Paula Clark do anything over there at Cyclone Report?
K, just read the article over at CR. No update on his leaderboard but says he would like to make the decision before his senior season. Commented on ISU's nice academic facilities and was very impressed with Nebraska's weight room. Like ISU's current coaching staff better than Chizik and co. SHOCKING!
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