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    Today my co-worker and I were (for some reason) talking about the years when Kansas had Todd Reesing and how glad we were when he graduated...so I was just curious over the years in any sport who were you guys happiest to see go pro or graduate?



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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Reesing
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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Jason Sutherland, white dude who played at Mizzou in the early/mid 90's. Not because he was a great player or an ISU killer but because the guy was a ***** and for whatever reason my hatred for Mizzou bball at that time rivaled how I feel about Husker football.



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    I'll give you a current one...RGIII


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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Speaking of Kansas....Jacques Vaughn would be #1 on my list. Seemed like that guy played 10 years for Kansas. Overrated and overhyped in my opinion.



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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Basketball:
    Brian Grawer (sp?) from Mizzou---IIRC, he chose Missouri over ISU and always had a career day against us

    Tim Heskett---Oklahoma...Crew Cut and a broke jump shot

    Eduardo Najera---How he made it to the NBA and still plays boggles my mind

    Any Iowan who played for Kansas


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    Chase Daniel---Missouri...Built like a 50 year old bartender but can sling it

    Any Iowa running back---They all are talented but they can't keep them there

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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Quote Originally Posted by ShankinPATs View Post
    so I was just curious over the years in any sport who were you guys happiest to see go pro or graduate?

    Jamaul Montgomery.

    Oh, you meant from other schools. Never mind.


    Last edited by Senolcyc; 01-13-2012 at 10:22 AM.

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    Richard Roby - seemed like he played for 8 years



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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Quote Originally Posted by EddieISU View Post
    Speaking of Kansas....Jacques Vaughn would be #1 on my list. Seemed like that guy played 10 years for Kansas. Overrated and overhyped in my opinion.
    Hey, not so fast, there. He had a great NBA career for a player selected with the #27 pick. Courtesy of Wikipedia:

    "Over his career, he averaged 4.5 points per game and 2.5 assists per game. He also set an NBA record for consecutive missed field goal attempts to open a season, missing his first 22 to start the 2001 season with the Atlanta Hawks."


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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone1985 View Post
    Richard Roby - seemed like he played for 8 years
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    Bryant Reeves has to be on this list.



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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Quote Originally Posted by JP4CY View Post
    Bryant Reeves has to be on this list.
    This and a host of other OSU guys starting with Sean Sutton then Byron Houston




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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

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    Richard Roby, played basketball at Colorado.

    Why would ISU fans hate on Reggie Roby? I don't think Iowa ever had to punt against ISU back when he was playing.



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    Re: Athlete You Enjoyed Watching Leave

    Quote Originally Posted by arganbright2 View Post
    Basketball:
    Brian Grawer (sp?) from Mizzou---IIRC, he chose Missouri over ISU and always had a career day against us

    Tim Heskett---Oklahoma...Crew Cut and a broke jump shot

    Eduardo Najera---How he made it to the NBA and still plays boggles my mind

    Any Iowan who played for Kansas


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    Chase Daniel---Missouri...Built like a 50 year old bartender but can sling it

    Any Iowa running back---They all are talented but they can't keep them there

    Brad Banks


    ...and he eats his boogers.


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