Why would it? One bad game doesn't change a thing. Iowa will still be a darkhorse B1G championship contender, and Iowa State will be lucky to make the NIT.
If you ask the basketball analysts outside the state of Iowa I think you would be surprised to hear their responses. Iowa was pegged as a preseason top 5 team by one ESPN analyst and is ranked in the vast, vast majority of preseason top 25 polls
I've had that exact encounter at least twice in person. And I see the same (Kansas) feelings on social media, internet and article comments.
I guess they don't understand a blown call with 4.9 secs left if a bit harder to overcome than a blown call in the first half.
Oh, and about four bad calls in the last 2:00...
We should be very careful to avoid making fun of the real victims here.
It's difficult to deal with your 'natural' advantages in conference play being highlighted for the whole world to see. There is a real sense of loss that goes with that.
Once I was attending an ISU basketball game, and we were staying at a hotel, apparently Paul Shirley's family from Kansas was all visiting, attending the game and we ran into them and Paul there at the lobby. We didn't bother them, but you could tell where Paul got his tall genes.
"Cómo te va", dijo el murguista a la muchacha. Que lo cortó con su mirada indiferente
Le dijo "Bien" y lo dejó como si nada
Nuevamente... La princesa... Se perdía entre la gente (Jaime Roos)
It's funny to see the hatred switch from K-State fans to Kansas fans. People need to realize that Goemaw doesn't represent K-State fans. Visit their scout site sometime; as long as you're not a total doosher, they're pretty reasonable
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