Ok Guys seriously>......
Are we the only team not on TV this week in the Big12? I am starting to get ****** at all of this. Did anyone notice that on Fox Sports MIDWEST that they should Colorado - Colorado State and that there was a commercial that went like this:
(Fox Sports Big12 football presents Kansas, Kansas State, Mizzouri, and Nebraska all year long) They showed tiny clips of each team.
This needs to be fixed
Last edited by HandSanitizer; 09-01-2007 at 09:04 PM.
You are just getting ******? ISU does not matter in the context of the big12 and it is just getting old. But until we are more than the bottom feeder of the conference, we are not going to get the exposure we need. The rich get richer.
They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. - Benjamin Franklin 1775
Even if we were an awesome team, Kent State, UNI and Toldedo still wouldn't be televised. And if we were 6-0, but Texas was playing Oklahoma and Nebraska was playing Texas AM we would get screwed out of TV. I am just saying I am tired of having to be 6-0 to have a shot to be on TV thats all. Recruting takes a big hit when nobody sees you.
Many here have in right, want more TV coverage: WIN...don't lose to Kent State and then maybe you'll get better coverage. I have a feeling ISU will be seen on TV a lot more in the near future ('08 and '09) when Chizik turns us back into a contender of 2 years ago.
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