I am sick of hearing all the potential weaknesses ISU could have going into UNI dome tonight. UNI did beat a decent KU team last year and Kudos to them! But that's just one tournament. Little guys have nothing to lose when they go up against the bigs like KU. But that's then and its over.
There is absolutely no way ISU will not blow past UNI tonight. This coaching staff alongwith the scout team give us every chance to BLOW past UNI than years past. The fans need to be confident and stop thinking ISU can lose tonight.
Come on Clones, show'em who the big kids are in all of Iowa. ISU basketball is back! The mayor is back! End of discussion! :)
I think we need to consider what the proper punishment is for this post above.
I think you Johnny-come-lately's are wrong. I don't think we were ever in a position to blow UNI out like the OP said, but this was a bad loss. We are better than UNI and for the second straight year, we played right into their hands and it cost us.
Instead of moving the ball using screens to create spacing and motion on offense, the other four guys stood around and watched DG dribble. I don't blame DG for half of the bad shots he took, simply because nobody else was moving without the ball.
Plain and simple, ISU is better and we should have won this game. That's that.
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