god, i hope not
If having a man-crush on Rahshon is wrong, then I don't wanna be right.
After the game he played today, you should have a man crush on him. jk.
Here's a thought. We're seeing legacy layers like Austen Arnaud in football, and (hopefully) Ronnie Harris' son (Harrison Barnes) and Barry Stevens' son. Can we start dreaming of Rahshon's son, circa 2030? :biggrin:
For that matter, Kelvin Cato has a son out there who's mom is an alum.
I am going to miss him. Hope he has enjoyed his time here because he will never be forgotten for not only the things he's accomplished, but for the man he has become.
I do not know a better all around person than Rahshon Clark. If you know him personally you know he is a man of integrity, 100% to his word. He makes time for anyone and everything and always has a smile on his face. He stuck it out here and really is helping with the "transition" of a new coach. He has told me that this system isnt as good of a fit for him, and so on. But he is very unselfish and it will be hard to let a player like him go. Rahshon will make a good living regardless of what he does and as always, i wish the best for him. On the other hand Wesley Johnson is a similar person and is going to be monumental as well.
When a guy makes plays like this:
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyNONxI9tQg]YouTube - Rahshon Clark Dunk vs. Texas[/ame]
These things can happen.
I've always thought Rahshon was a good player, but what he did today I'll never forget. That first 10 minutes of the 2nd half Rahshon literally put the team on his shoulders and carried them through, I think Haluska and Petey took notice. Pretty heroic in my eyes!!
Rahshon was awesome again today. Great leadership out of a senior!
Hopefully he's still kickin' it for the Bicentennial Cyclone Basketball Celebration. The 7 of us still alive in 2108 will truly appreciate him. :)
He was out rebounding both teams, by himself. He would come out of nowhere and get a rebound. Awesome performance. If those huskers wouldn't have gotten in the way he would have a couple of great dunks also.
Rahshon is a manchild going after rebounds. He single alone carries us on the boards.
Isn't the avatar enough? (:wideeyed:) He is ISU basketball right now -- and a model for what every future player coming through this program should aspire to become.