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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

    Brad Banks



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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.


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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.


    Carrying the banner for ISU.


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    Kirk Hinrich and it's not close. I hated that D-bag, probably more than is healthy.



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