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    Re: Arnaud's five keys to victory vs. Iowa

    Sounds about right. Controlling the Tempo is gonna be crucial. Really you do that by stopping the run and establishing ours.



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    Re: Arnaud's five keys to victory vs. Iowa

    I agree, if we do all those things I don't see ISU losing the game. The same could be said about almost every other game the Clones play as well.



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    Re: Arnaud's five keys to victory vs. Iowa

    I want to see ISU run the ball effectively, like 250+ yds combined. If we can do this then Steele wont be required to make the spectacular plays, he will be able to do what AA says and dink and dunk this Iowa Defense to death.

    I hope we dont need the 3rd and 4th down heroics that Steele HAD to have last year.


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