Okay what's the point? This thread was made so we could come here and talk about how much of an arrogant person he was at ISU, and how he acted the same way at ISU. It's why this guy posted it. We all know that. If any of us think otherwise then we have problems.
Every message board needs a moral arbiter. Let him feel special
Also, I don't understand how Colvin was considered a 4 star talent. I saw absolutely nothing on the court that would portend a high major billing. I think we were duped more by the scouting services than CC himself.
Oh come on Agronomist. I thought You'd have my back on this one. You really don't think he was an arrogant player and person on the court? He put himself before ISU and everyone on the team. If that's not arrogant I don't know what is.
I don't think you know what "irony" means.
Originally Posted by ChrisMWilliams
I agree. We didn't choose Iowa State because it is easy. We chose Iowa State because it is awesome.
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So frickin jealous of what they have in Ames. It's truly amazing what Fred has done coming in with 0 coaching experience.
It's not a matter of who knows what when they post, it's a matter of who doesn't know anything yet still posts.
I know what I'm talking about. Are my posts and opinions self centered? Sometimes, but everyones posts are like that. They are opinions. It's what makes us who we are and what we believe. I do alot of research and watch 99.7% of Iowa State basketball and football games yearly. So don't come in here and tell me I'm wrong on something just because you don't agree with me.
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