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    Re: Ubben - What we learned in week 1

    " Steele Jantz produced some fireworks, completing 32 of 45 attempts for with 281 yards. That included a gorgeous 43-yard rainbow to Josh Lenz,"

    maybe it was the camera angle and that i couldn't see that lenz was manned up, but when jantz let go of that ball running into his own OL and throwing off of his front foot i said "OOOOH FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU@%..........YEEEEEES!

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    Re: Ubben - What we learned in week 1

    Shontrelle also picked up a helmet sticker from Ubben.Big 12 helmet stickers: Week 1 - Big 12 Blog - ESPN



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    Re: Ubben - What we learned in week 1

    Ubben says that "Jantz's only interception of the day was off a tipped ball." That's true, but Steele shouldn't bee off the hook for that throw. It was a pretty easy toss to a wide open reciever and he threw it too high, so that the receiver had to jump for it and therefore tipped it up. I recall a similar to pass to White later in the game. Kudos to Steele...he did look much better yesterday, but there is still plenty to learn from that performance.



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    We really did dominate in the second and third quarters and during that time the defense and running game were the most impressive to me. Steele certainly deserves some credit for the running game dominance, because he loosened up the defense by opening it up successfully early on.

    "Iowa State must be taken seriously. Tulsa's a good team that will contend for the C-USA title. Iowa State struggled early on but completely dominated the second and third quarters to muscle up the Golden Hurricane on offense and lock down on defense. After two late first-quarter TDs, the Cyclones shut out a good Tulsa offense for the game's next 33 minutes. That led to a 31-16 lead and a big win. I do think the Big 12's depth will eventually swallow up the Cyclones and leave them a sub-.500 team, but they're not going to be an easy out. Play well, or they'll beat you. The way Oklahoma played on Saturday, Iowa State might have beat the Sooners on a neutral field by double digits."



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    Re: Ubben - What we learned in week 1

    Quote Originally Posted by MIClone View Post
    "Iowa State must be taken seriously. Tulsa's a good team that will contend for the C-USA title. Iowa State struggled early on but completely dominated the second and third quarters to muscle up the Golden Hurricane on offense and lock down on defense. After two late first-quarter TDs, the Cyclones shut out a good Tulsa offense for the game's next 33 minutes. That led to a 31-16 lead and a big win. I do think the Big 12's depth will eventually swallow up the Cyclones and leave them a sub-.500 team, but they're not going to be an easy out. Play well, or they'll beat you. The way Oklahoma played on Saturday, Iowa State might have beat the Sooners on a neutral field by double digits."



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