He looks like the ******* incredible hulk minus the green skin of course.
Yes he does. We were on the same flight to Orlando with him 7/23. He is cut and has put on some good weight.
Heard the interview with him today. Very impressive young man. It's awesome that he's a Cyclone.
I caught part of the CPR interview, it was awesome to hear him constantly mention they are here to win the Big XII, his players are excited to compete with the toughest schedule in college football. If they weren't they recruited the wrong guys.
after catching the post here....i elected to make an effort to turn kxno to hear "i'm 33" bag on the staff. i must admit the interviews were fairly even keeled, and not too smarmy. this is reasonable from the few interviews(Tom & Wally) i heard.
to be clear-for the parts i listened to no wacking by "i'm 33"
Good Job on the ISU Media Day coverage Matt and Miller. I was switching over to the other guys off and on and guess what they were talking about? That's right, Iowa from the Big 10 media day.
Really, replaying audio from the Big 10 Media Day instead of getting audio from ISU's media day? They talked to Bobby La Gesse from the Ames Tribune and that's all I heard.
God Tirrell's show is just in the back pocket of Iowa or something. It gets disgusting and the coverage on his show is about 80% Iowa and 15% ISU with 5% divided between Drake, UNI and High School sports.
Matt and Miller all the way, never thought I would say that, but it's better than the alternative.
Last edited by MisterTwister; 08-05-2010 at 02:24 PM.
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