No more HB threads, the poor kid has been stalked enough by Cyclone fans. He wants to play for a winner and with other players that belong in a power conference. This will not happen in Ames. He will be at Duke more than likely.
Someone please close this thread and merge it with one of the countless others we have about Barnes.
This has been discussed ad nauseam.
Cyclonesyayaya - here's a quick run down of what everyone thinks, just to save you some time.
Opinions can be put into 3 groups:
1.) People that say no
2.) People that say yes
3.) People that say (*shocker!*) that they don't know
Reactions to those opinions:
1.) People from group #1 are attacked by people from group #2 because people from group #2 can't understand that going to ISU might not be in everyone's best interest. They will label them as pessimists and traitors. They will often encourage them to visit rival's fan board instead or change loyalties all together.
2.) People from group #2 are attacked by people from group #1 because people from group #1 don't understand that some people's loyalty and love for ISU causes them to make over-zealous statements. They will label them as homers and unrealistic people in general. Often times they will suggest taking off the "red and gold" glasses.
3.) People from group #3 are typically ignored because they can't be argued with and...well, because that's what these boards are all about.
If you must, go back and read the other ten thousand posts on this topic. It's an all-you-can-read buffett of wild speculation and unconfirmed nonsense.
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