What's this D-1 Scheduling thing you speak of??? EARTH TO DMR: STOP BEATING A DEAD HORSE!
Maybe tomorrow Witosky will write another Pulitzer winning article about how ISU is firing black coaches like it's going out of style only to hire exclusively white people to fill their shoes...because we all know ISU hates diversity.
If he really wanted a story why doesn't dim-wit osky actually find out what D-1 did with the money. But then he might have to actually do some work and heaven forbid that happen. Can you picture all the Hawgeye fans at the Rag just circle jerkin the day that they print this crap. Its I guess thats what we get for having half the budget, yet continue to beat them in most sports every year.
Come on fellas it's a legitimate story. I'm happy with our new coach and direction but people's redutations are at stake. i.e. WM We need to quit seeing a conspiracy every time the DMR writes a story we don't like.
Its a legitimate story...if it was in the Tennessee State Herald or whatever their local paper is.
The story is over...what was the point about bringing up the WM firing AGAIN?!?! I can't imagine someone was reading that article and said "Hey honey...did you know that Iowa State fired Wayne Morgan?".
Even though WM and Arch did nothing illegal in hiring the D-1 scheduling, IF ISU ever took another player from that JC in California, The NCAA and Witosky would immediately and rightfully question the move. By removing the coaches in question and getting rid of D-1 Jamie has removed all doubt. Something the rather dense Witosky seems having trouble understanding.
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