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    Edozie article

    Short one from DSM rag. If already posted, forgive me. Thank you. I wonder if he speaks like a Brit.

    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/art...the-fly?Sports



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    Re: Edozie article

    Wow, had no idea he was from across the pond. London to Compton to Texas to Iowa. That's quite the scenery change.


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    Re: Edozie article

    Project player. If he rebounds aggressively and gets a few dunks I'll be happy. With Ejim & Niang getting in foul trouble, he'll definitely get some minutes.




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    Curious question.....if anyone knows the answer. Is there one coach or grad assistant or someone assigned to specifically work with the "big" men on ISU? If so, who is it?


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    Re: Edozie article

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    Short one from DSM rag. If already posted, forgive me. Thank you. I wonder if he speaks like a Brit.

    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/art...the-fly?Sports
    If he does, coolness factor +10



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    Re: Edozie article

    Definitely a project, very raw but athletic from what I've heard. Hopefully he can just play defense and rebound for us, be a mean a-hole down low. We've lacked that the past few seasons, someone to do a lot of dirty work (Ejim obviously does dirty work but he can't be as aggressive because he has to stay out of foul trouble).



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    He seems like a guy who makes it very easy to pull for him. I like him and I have never even seen him play.



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    Re: Edozie article

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    Wow, had no idea he was from across the pond. London to Compton to Texas to Iowa. That's quite the scenery change.
    It is amazing he is where he is given his background. This was posted some time ago, but it's worth bringing up again in case anyone missed it. You have to pull for the guy after reading about Hus background.

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    Re: Edozie article

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    Short one from DSM rag. If already posted, forgive me. Thank you. I wonder if he speaks like a Brit.

    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/art...the-fly?Sports
    There's a video in that article. Doesn't have a british accent, unfortunately



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    The last piano player we had was Royce.


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    If he can rebound and play good defense he'll be an important player for us. He may be a "project" but that doesn't mean he won't be effective this year.



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    Re: Edozie article

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    Short one from DSM rag. If already posted, forgive me. Thank you. I wonder if he speaks like a Brit.

    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/art...the-fly?Sports
    It would be pretty tough to beat Damion Staple's "Jamaica, mon" accent, as cool accents go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley View Post
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    Re: Edozie article

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclones01 View Post
    There's a video in that article. Doesn't have a british accent, unfortunately
    He spent 5 years or so in Compton. It's amazing he's not speaking straight early 90s Dr Dre thug right now



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