I would say an important skill that great leaders have is knowing their own abilities. They are usually really good at one aspect but are not afraid to bring in an expert in another area. The opposite can be said for terrible leaders who tend to "know everything" and insist on having their hands on everything.
Jantz played very well. That last INT wasn't very good but we were basically in desperation mode at that point so chances had to be taken. I wish Knott woulda been out there
The receiver didn't help Jantz out on that pass. He got blown off the route. If he shows any speed and/or toughness, that could have been a TD.
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
my thoughts? oklahoma is better than iowa state at football. our offense cannot be effective against a quality defense unless we can establish the run AND pass...such as oklahoma did today. you break off good runs, moves the safeties up, beat the defense over the middle.
We got nothing for playmakers in comparison to OU. It is eye opening watching the athleticism of the two teams. You just almost never see an ISU player make an extraordinary catch, run or pass defense play. We do a good job of getting where we need to be for the most part but that is not nearly enough in this conference.
Great kick by Edwin in the first half, happy for him to make that one.
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