Have faith. We have nothing to lose and everything to play for. Our football program is in good hands and we have a coach who actually knows the job he is getting paid for. Missouri is not the best team in big 12 north, Nebraska is and we beat them.
I think this is just what we needed prior to breaking to await our bowl game. A stout run defense and questionable passing defense. I think our OL will protect our qb and AA will finally show us the goods we began to see developing versus Kansas. Arob is 100% and he will get plenty of carries against a very good front but will play a bigger role in the passing game exploiting those deep drops the lb will try and get to help with their suspect secondary thus allowing for Arob to get the ball in space and have some nice gainers.
Defensively - i hope we put LJ on Alexander and let sims and co take care of the rest. Missouri has not shown the ability to run the ball effectively but the offense has been blistering the last three weeks averaging over 30 points.
Players of the game:
Offensive: Arnaud - 26-38-312 yds 3 tds
Defensive: LJ - shuts down Alexander who only catches 4 passes for 57 yards and 0 tds.
Special Teams: Mahoney - 2-3 fg 3-3 pat
27-24 ISU wins their 7th and we partyin in the streets!!!!
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The same guy that throws out a crappy Superbad quote. Not understanding the greatness of the original quote.
They always have to feel superior when they tell us that it was Japan. They actually make themselves look stupid.
Nobody but HB knows for sure. You pretty much know nothing....like Knownothing would like to say.
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