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  1. Re: Mitchell Meyers gives thanks while facing cancer

    Thanks for the article. His courage and determination are a great example for players and fans alike. It will be a great day at the Jack when Mitch runs back on the field
  2. Thread: CPR red hot?

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    Re: CPR red hot?

    Then maybe Briles should get some credit for getting RG3 to come to lowly Baylor and start the ball rolling.
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    Re: CPR red hot?

    K-State's not in Texas. Maybe I'm more optimistic than some but I believe with the right guy ISU can have a winning football program too. Earl did.
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    Seneca has always been very complimentary about anything pertaining to Iowa State and why wouldn't he be? He may even be interested in working at ISU in some capacity someday so I wouldn't read too...
  5. Thread: David Johnson

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    Re: David Johnson

    I was a little off, he had 200 rushing yards, 40 receiving yards, and 4 td's.
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    Re: David Johnson

    We didn't handle him too well his junior year either when he put up something like 270 total yards against us in maybe the most dominating performance against us by a running back since Barry...
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    Earl also ran a decent amount of option with Wayne Stanley and Buddy Hardeman. I think he may have run a split twin back set with Mike Williams and Jim Wingender. Point being, a good coach will...
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    Wow, I don't think most fans and recruits are going to consider a 3-9 or 4-8 year a "good" season, no matter how bad we've been the last couple, and it would very likely lead to an attendance drop...
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    Re: Athletic Facilities Master Plan

    It's nice to think about a bigger pressbox, more suites, etc, but I have to think the primary concern right now is seeing how the coaching situation plays out. If CPR has to go it will take big...
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    I'm all for any formation that will get us back there, but Oklahoma had the wishbone perfected during that era. Seems like Earl ran mostly out of the I featuring great backs like Mike Strachan and...
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    I had the time to look it up and Terry Rubley took over after Stanley graduated and led the Clones to 8-4 in 77. He must have got hurt shortly after the Nebraska game in 78 and Walter Grant took...
  12. Thread: David Johnson

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    Re: David Johnson

    I've heard him interviewed and he sounds smart and well spoken. The article said Iowa invited him to greyshirt, if that means anything. Obviously he handled his academics well at UNI. His great...
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    I graduated in 72 but saw most of Earl's games at home and on the road, and I agree there were a lot of fans impatient with Earl, I think also partly because Majors was so loved and Earl was a...
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    One thing that works in the 70's or any other decade is ISU going 8-3, 8-4, and 8-4 in football, and especially during an era when the Big 8 was THE undisputed power conference in the country.
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    Ever hear of Earl Bruce? He did it and it can be done again. The right guy may have to have a great football mind and be flying under the radar, but it's up to JP to get somebody with a good...
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    Re: Reasons to be Optimistic

    The optimism in me believes that if CPR can't get it turned around there is somebody like an Earl Bruce or Bill Snyder out there that can.
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    Re: Reasons to be Optimistic

    I think 5 wins and CPR may keep his job (unless he loses the last 7). But 5 wins also keeps him on the hotseat going into the following year, which may not be enough to keep attendance from taking a...
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    Re: Season ticket renewal numbers

    I think what he's saying is that the SEZ gives us some badly needed hype, incentive, or whatever you want to call it to get fans into the stadium to experience the new look, which will be a huge...
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    Re: Reasons to be Optimistic

    You're right in that Rennie gave us fits but Johnson did score two td's, the one that torched us being the wheel route. I'd have to see it again but I recall him putting a move on a linebacker then...
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    He's pretty good, I agree, but its' rare Farley gets an NFL caliber back dropped in his lap. Johnson torched us as a freshman, and destroyed us as a junior. Fortunately we only had to face him...
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