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    Spring Football Preview: Top defensive storylines

    Here's a look at my top defensive storylines heading into spring football.

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    Re: Spring Football Preview: Top defensive storylines

    So...if Lattimer is suspended from the team, was he able to attend the banquet to accept his award?




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    Re: Spring Football Preview: Top defensive storylines

    I think Jeremy Reeves is my favorite Cyclone now that Arob is not playing for ISU.

    The guy just flat out makes plays, and despite his size can leap and defend much taller receivers.

    He ran back an onside kick, ran back an INT, and had the onside vs Texas kicked to him. If I remember right, he was the guy who was supposed to be the target for the fake punt against Mizzou, but was injured a few plays earlier and wasn't on the field.

    Those last 2 examples tells me the staff really likes this guys ability to make plays. Hell, I'd like to see him get few snaps lined up in the slot every game, and see if he can do some damage with his legs after a short pass. Seems like hes lightning quick.


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