One last thing: it is an honor and a privilege to be a Cyclone. It isn't easy and it isn't for everybody, but for we few, we fortunate few, it is a distinction we hold as high as any other. I would not trade my college experience and friends for anything. I will never forget the bowl game in Arizona and the celebrating, and I will never forget beating Oklahoma for the Big12 Championship in KC and the following run through the NCAAs. I would much rather savor success and the effort than take it for granted like fans of other programs.
I never thought I would see the Red Sox win the whole thing. They were always Charlie Brown to Lucy and the Yankees. But one day everything changed. All it took was one stolen base and a group of people who believed in each other. ISU can turn the tide just as well. Look at our VB program. Just gotta believe people.
I remember Tim Russert being asked how he felt about Buffalo losing 4 SuperBowls in a row. As many know he was a huge Bills fan. His reply? Blessed. Not many teams ever even make it to the game, let alone four of them.
"Dog Eat Dog"
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Cyclone fans and Cubs fans have one major thing in common. They will both need liver transplants before their 45 years old, due to the liquor it takes to numb the pain of lossing.
Maybe Phillip Fulmer is looking for a challange?
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