True, but he was the new piece in the offense that took them from 8-5 to 13-0...
...yeah, I had to get them all in there for the full effect.
Is the moral of the story, when you realize you are in over your head, you quit in the middle of the so called rebuilding to take another job.
CyBookie. One chapter for ISU, 20 pages.
All In, All Man: How to go from Dumpsville to Disneyland. The story of a humble hard working student of football. Coming from a family of lowly means, he learned to cross the tracks to be the best. A dynamic and inspirational episode in one of the greatest coaches in Auburn storied history. Truly, a book to be read and copied.
'putting my hands over my eyadojfen oops...can't do that...fingers in my ears' and saying: LA LA LA LA - can't hear you - LA LA LA LA - can't hear you!
one word really jumped out at me on these last two pages...'faith' not sure that ol boy knows what that is...surely didn't have faith in Iowa State University now did he?
Chizik probably takes credit in the book for not retaining Paul Rhoads when he got to Auburn. Therefore, he probably writes that we should give Chizik 100% credit for Iowa State's wins over Nebraska, Texas, and a bowl win over the last 2 years.
If he wants his players to read it, it better be a pop-up.