Baylor game is a long ways away and we shouldn't in no way be chalking this up to a victory. It does appear to give us a better chance at winning but we still have a long ways to go ourselves. Our next game against K-state will gives us more information on where we are.
Baylor's next game is against Kent State so we can also see how they do against a familiar foe we had a good win against.
too bad for griffin.hope he heals quickly so we can see him in the spring track season. no doubt that he will be back next fall for the football season.briles is a very formidable recruiter and has strengened the baylor team on the offensive and defensive lines.his job of of recruiting is easier because he only has to travel in an 80 miles radius to find decent recruits.cpr has to travel tp texas,florida and california to find good recruits.i doubt if briles spends half the money that rhoads has to spend for recruiting.
I am stunned that he had the knee wrapped and went back into the game.
Wow, he was misdiagnosed and then he played. I can only assume he will wait until the end of the school year, go back home, and then have his brother call the head coach and tell him he is transferring to some school out East.
This probably gives ISU a better shot against Baylor. As I have said several times before, Baylor is a lot better, but they are still Baylor, and this was a game that I thought ISU had a decent shot to win even with Griffiin.
I wish people would stop saying things like this. Everytime you do I become more and more convinced that something terrible is going to happen to our team. I see reasons for optimism about the rest of the season, but there's a reason "luck" and "ISU" don't belong in the same sentence.
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