TCU moves the ball ok, but they struggle to put up points. Their D is not bad. I think they completely shut down our offense, and finally put some points up. ISU's special teams will make some plays, but TCU wins 38-10
Our offense has no semblance of what it takes to score since that has been so rare.
Throw deep? What is that?
Yards after contact? Hmmm. Maybe?
Red zone? Huskermainia?
Tackling? For Dummies.
CFH HMagic bball season.
Let my fred's Four Horsemen ride.
TCU only beat Kansas by 10 at home. God help us if the Cyclones can't get this win.
With this offense, we will struggle against Kansas and be lucky to win. KSU was not a good team and it looked like we were playing the '85 bears defense out there on Saturday. We've struggled to move the ball against everyone we've played. I don't see TCU or Kansas changing that. We may move it better than normal, but I still say we are lucky to score 21 points in either of those games.
Surprised the line has only moved 1/2 point in two days. (TCU now a 7.5 favorite)
I feel like Clones really do have a chance in this one. Since TCU's offense is nearly as inept as ours, it will only take 1-2 lucky breaks in this game (turnovers, big special teams plays, etc.) to win, whereas the last few games it would have taken something like the 9 turnover Nebraska game.
It was just announced that TCU's starting running back Waymon James has been suspended. That and their top returning wide receiver probably won't be available. This can't really hurt Iowa State's chances.
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