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    Re: Williams: Missouri report card

    I guess I'm not the only one still thinking about it.



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    Re: Williams: Missouri report card

    There is no doubt the ISU staff does more with less talent than any other team in the conference. The big question is how to get more talent? Would an increase in the football budget help? The recruiting level has to get out of the basement. Does new facilities help that much? How about a Cyclone Club recruiting panel?



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