Mods please place in Football forumn... I saw 2009 Tribute, and thought it was for Basketball and about the only good thing that came out of it was McDermott going to Creighton. Which that video never gets old either.
I'd never seen that before...I may or may not have teared up during that video.
Green hills for thy throne, and for crown a golden melody/Ringing in the hearts of all who bring thee love and loyalty/Dear Alma Mater, make our spirits great True and valiant like the bells of I-O-WA STATE!
Watched this before the Tech game and really got me fired up. It was very well put together. Sorry if this link has already been posted.
Let's pack the Jack Saturday night!
A few things that stick out to me every time I see that video
CPR is special. I shed a tear every single time that guy talks in that video. He believes in what he says and above all he "does things the right way." The speech in the end is one of the best speeches I have ever heard and to me is more impressive than the "I am so proud" moment.
Jesse Smith was an animal- Said this the first time I saw the video and will say it again. Walk on to all conference. too slow, too short, blah, blah, blah. What a great Cyclone.
What we do on special teams is amazing. Our staff does a lot of work finding other teams tendencies and takes advantage.
I can't believe people think AA can't throw the deep ball worth a damn after they watch that. He makes some great throws. Also can't believe idiots bring up the KU game as an example of him not haveing touch. Four guys in his face, falling away when he makes that throw
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