QBs that throw good passes, receivers that make great catches instead of dropping routine catches. Big, punishing running backs, that break tackles and keep driving. Teams running out of the I with the QB under center. man I hate our offense.
I noticed all the RB's are big powerful guys. We need to find a big guy that's not heavily recruited and build a system around him. I hate running football but it is clear you need elite Qbs and WRs to make our system work.
Well, I see the rest of you guys are fine with what is going on with the ISU offense, so I guess we won't see any complains from you about the offensive floundering that goes on next year.
I am outraged! Utterly outraged! And if we don't get any better next season, I will go from outraged to irate! Loathsome! Furious! Incensed! GAAAAAAAAH!!1! I will post my vitriol on a message board so that others will KNOW my suffering and FEEL MY WRATH! RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE!
I am not satisfied with how our offense (or, to a lesser extent, our defense) played most of the year. But I am unable to make any difference myself. So I will continue to cheer for my team, buy the merchandise, wear the swag, give money when I can and trust in the staff to make the right decisions. What else would you have me do? Torches and pitchforks?
You can spend a lot of time and money picking out the perfect floral bouquet for your date ... but you're probably better off checking if you have bad breath and taking the porn out of the glove compartment.
The moral: you gain more by not being stupid, than you do by being smart. Smart gets neutralized by other smart people. Stupid does not.
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