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    Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog


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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    CPR is getting ISU way more pub than I expected. I knew he would be a good fit but he is exceeding my expectations his first 2 years. But these are his expectations.



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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    Very nice and very little haha.



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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    Quote Originally Posted by ItsCYence View Post
    CPR is getting ISU way more pub than I expected. I knew he would be a good fit but he is exceeding my expectations his first 2 years. But these are his expectations.
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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    Its great to get some play .. that has positive spin ,rather than negative!



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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    Why does he say Nebraska is in control of their own destiny when ISU has the same control if they win out, I think we would win the north at 6-2. I sure wish we had played better in Kansas City!!



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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    Quote Originally Posted by JRE1975 View Post
    Why does he say Nebraska is in control of their own destiny when ISU has the same control if they win out, I think we would win the north at 6-2. I sure wish we had played better in Kansas City!!
    I think techically Neb, ISU, Baylor, OU, OSU and A&M all control thier own destiny.
    Neb and OU will probably be favored in their remaining games.



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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    Quote Originally Posted by JRE1975 View Post
    Why does he say Nebraska is in control of their own destiny when ISU has the same control if they win out, I think we would win the north at 6-2. I sure wish we had played better in Kansas City!!
    Nebraska would have to lose in a game they are favored in, whereas ISU will have to beat two opponents as underdogs. We're not the story until we beat Nebby next week. Then you'll see some talk.


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    Re: Rhoads tidbit in ESPN blog

    CPR has not won 3 games in a row yet. In fact, his W/L is incredibly "trendy"

    2009
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    2010
    W
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    ? (W)
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    If such trends continue. Hmm



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