And they look much better than they did last year. That doesn't mean the changes at ISU will result in improvement, but it doesn't mean they will get worse either. After making CU's terrible offense look suddenly great, how can things look much worse.
Doesn't it upset you that ISU had a chance to win the Big 12 North twice and choked both times... Then you see K-State upset Texas...Time for a change...Tim Brewster, I hope you da man...also saw where your son QB Mullen over Jack Elway and Cherry Creek and Mullen is 11-0...HITMAN
Last edited by HITMAN; 11-12-2006 at 12:00 AM.
Reason: not done
In the morning paper it said that ISU is going to finish last in the conference for the 6th time in mac's 12 years. That says a lot.
I thought that the program was on solid footing, that is all I have heard the past week.
In all seriousness, I think that the improvements to the program are that the facilities are improved, and that there is an administration in place that has a commitment, i.e. money, to the athletic programs (football especially).
The performance on the field, in spite of attempts at revisionist history that we have read so much about the last week, has been completely inadequate. In 1/2 of the seasons that Dan has been the coach we have finished last in the conference. Even allowing for the rebuilding process that took place the first 5 years, where we finished last in 4 of them, we have two last place finishes this decade.
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