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    If ISU found its offensive rhythm indeed...

    it will be pretty fun to watch them from here on out. I can't remember the last time Iowa State played a complete (on offense, on defense and on special teams) game in a fashion where the team is high on team spirit and they have clearly found what it takes. I know that many reporters or bloggers out there have considered last Saturday to be a surprise victory but what if this is trully what Iowa State is supposed to be like from here on out. Our team is not designed with veterans entirely. We definitely have lots of growing up to do, but what we showed last saturday may not be a fluke. And what if its not a fluke...

    The other thing about this team that gets me so pumped is that we have a new playmaker each week making big plays who becomes the highlight of the week. I absolutely love and can't wait for Saturday to get here and continue on with the momentum of last Saturday.


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    Re: If ISU found its offensive rhythm indeed...

    don't get your hopes up to high, it was a awesome win, but we have alot of work to do..Texas Tech has a pretty bad defense also



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    Re: If ISU found its offensive rhythm indeed...

    Actually, that's what I expected from this team coming into the year...high scoring offense that can run and pass and a D that will give up some yards and points, but will make some big plays along the way. The way the offense played the first four games was more of a surprise to me than the way they played vs TT. Hopefully it just took the OL awhile to gel without Haughton rather than a fluke against a bad D.



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    Re: If ISU found its offensive rhythm indeed...

    Quote Originally Posted by clonomaniac View Post
    it will be pretty fun to watch them from here on out. I can't remember the last time Iowa State played a complete (on offense, on defense and on special teams) game in a fashion where the team is high on team spirit and they have clearly found what it takes. I know that many reporters or bloggers out there have considered last Saturday to be a surprise victory but what if this is trully what Iowa State is supposed to be like from here on out. Our team is not designed with veterans entirely. We definitely have lots of growing up to do, but what we showed last saturday may not be a fluke. And what if its not a fluke...

    The other thing about this team that gets me so pumped is that we have a new playmaker each week making big plays who becomes the highlight of the week. I absolutely love and can't wait for Saturday to get here and continue on with the momentum of last Saturday.


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    Re: If ISU found its offensive rhythm indeed...

    I'm drinking it too



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    Re: If ISU found its offensive rhythm indeed...

    Not sure I'd call it "complete" Giving up 38 isn't going to result in many wins in the Big 12.

    Guess the enthusiasm is good though..



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    Re: If ISU found its offensive rhythm indeed...

    Quote Originally Posted by azn4cy View Post
    Not sure I'd call it "complete" Giving up 38 isn't going to result in many wins in the Big 12.

    Guess the enthusiasm is good though..

    Hey, it's ok to give up 38 if the offense can put up 52 each week. I see your point though.



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