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    What does it take to get your number retired?

    What does it take to get you your number and name hung in Hilton? What players from the past deserves it? Does years played, stats and titles play a factor?

    I think Fizer and DW deserve their numbers retired in Hilton.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    I think you have to graduate, and be an awesome player.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    Quote Originally Posted by BloodyBuddy View Post
    I think you have to graduate, and be an awesome player.
    Bingo. Being a solid student-athlete. I don't believe there are clear rules as to what a player must do or not do to have their jersey retired, but generally graduating and kicking butt. I think Scottie would be bound to have his jersey retired if he didn't start at Marquette.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    You have to graduate.


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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    have to graduate. Did Tinsley not graduate? I would think that if he did he would have got his number retired.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCubswin View Post
    Bingo. Being a solid student-athlete. I don't believe there are clear rules as to what a player must do or not do to have their jersey retired, but generally graduating and kicking butt. I think Scottie would be bound to have his jersey retired if he didn't start at Marquette.
    Are the jerseys in the rafters actually retired numbers? Or just a jersey in the rafters?



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCubswin View Post
    Bingo. Being a solid student-athlete. I don't believe there are clear rules as to what a player must do or not do to have their jersey retired, but generally graduating and kicking butt. I think Scottie would be bound to have his jersey retired if he didn't start at Marquette.
    Even then, SC only had two years playing big time minutes. Look at what Hoiberg had to do to get his retired.

    ------------------MIN FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG TPG BPG SPG PPG
    91-92 Iowa St 30.5 57.3 26.0 80.6 5.3 2.5 1.7 0.2 1.9 12.1
    92-93 Iowa St 32.8 55.0 36.7 81.6 6.3 3.0 1.7 0.0 1.8 11.6
    93-94 Iowa St 36.0 53.5 45.0 86.4 6.7 3.6 2.1 0.1 1.7 20.2
    94-95 Iowa St 36.8 43.8 41.2 86.1 5.6 2.2 1.9 0.1 1.1 19.9
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------
    TOTALS 34.0 51.1 40.0 84.4 5.9 2.8 1.8 0.1 1.6 15.8

    http://www.basketballreference.com/p...lkid=HOIBEFR01


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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    There was a conversation on this a while back:

    http://www.cyclonefanatic.com/forum/...s-numbers.html



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    FH was the hometown boy but was not the best guard in ISU history.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    More than one year of basketball



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2forISU View Post
    FH was the hometown boy but was not the best guard in ISU history.
    Thats debatable, but yes being the home town kid certainly made it a lock for him. And well deserved.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    People forget, Scotty played a year with mono. Where have you ever heard of anyone doing that? Tough kid, great Cyclone.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    I loved the team this year but none of them merit number retirement. Their runs here were too short. Plus, I think life after college out to play a role as well. That's why Tinsley will never qualify.



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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    Quote Originally Posted by BloodyBuddy View Post
    Are the jerseys in the rafters actually retired numbers? Or just a jersey in the rafters?
    Jersey in the rafters. We use the numbers again.


    Since we are an elite team now, let's go get that One Cyclone Moment.
    Make this one for the ages!




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    Re: What does it take to get your number retired?

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    Jersey in the rafters. We use the numbers again.
    They are retired.

    Page 49: http://www.cyclones.com//pdf8/784709.pdf



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