ISU was blessed to have DMac and we should be thankful he still supports ISU. ISU is also very blessed to have Rhoads and Rhoads is now our coach. Lets be respectful of DMac, but lets also be respectful of Rhoads because he is the coach and to try to give the credit to anyone else is disrespectful.
Oh don't get me wrong, this is on CPR, the coaches, and our players. I just hope DMac gets a little smile out of this win too.
Not trying to open a can of worms. I hope CPR is our coach for a long, long time!
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I loved it and the coach but am I the only one who thought that it was maybe a little too much in someone elses house? At least for a moment that thought crossed my mind. Then I did remember WE WON FOR THE FIRST TIME THERE IN 32 YEARS! ;)
I was moved by the fact that he had to take a knee when he was going out to midfield to regain his composure, and give thanks. It may have been one of the best moments I've seen as a Cyclone fan.
I was moved as well...great moment. It was just one of those little glimpses into the CPR perspective. He even had to look up at the police officer with him while he was kneeling to tell him he was okay - the police officer was probably just making sure PR didn't have a heart attack after that win.
MAN, TODAY IS AWESOME!!! ONLY 2 MINUTEST LEFT OF THE DAY WE BEAT NEBRASKA IN LINCOLN (10/24/2009).
- “I’m not a spin my wheels type of guy." - Coach Paul Rhoads
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