Staiger really kicked some (gr)*** tonight and i was really impressed by his shooting but his defense was good and not great because there were times he got blown by and sometimes he looked like our best defensive player
For the whole team i like the way we rebounded (offensively and defensively)and we actually had second chance points for a change
Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.
He could become a great one for us. When he is doing more than just waiting for his 3 shot to come around (driving & pulling up) and hustlin' on D (active hands D and rebounding) good things come so much faster for him. With a lot of attention needing to go to DG and CB (and rightfully so) things are really gonna be open for him to take advantage of all big 12 season. He is probably my favorite Cyclone player now since Rashon Clark. Long Live the Staiger bomb!
Agree, the way he's going soon in Ames all Jager-bombs will be called from here on forward Staiger-bombs. If I owned a bar in Ames that would be what they're called now and for ever.
You should just speak with him somehow someway and see what the Germany's equivalent is to a jager-bomb and then call it the staiger-bomb! You know some bar would do it I'm sure...have like a staiger-bomb special on ISU days where they are like half price during game time for away games and like a quarter off for each three he makes that night if its a home game!
If I were in Ames, I'd start it myself. Time for a student to get in the bars are get it started. Next time I'm back in town I want to be able to walk in to bar and order a Staiger-bomb and have the bartender know what I want.
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'Struck by a Cyclone
It Comes from Iowa and Devastates Evanston Town'
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