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    Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?


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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Time for Paul to pick up the phone and give Seneca a whistle, and bring him back to Ames in the coaching ranks!



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Figured it was coming soon. He had a great run. Will miss watching him play.



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Probably makes sense. I'm sure he'll be happy to finally live somewhere for more than a year (at the most)



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Not sure I get why more teams aren't interested. I'd love to see him in Minnesota.

    Anyways, he needs to get involved with the program. Get that man in the Coaching ranks!



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    He was one of the contributing factors in a young me converting from hawkeye to becoming a lifetime Cyclone fan.

    It was a great run and career Seneca! Was a privilege watching you play the game we all love. Come back to Ames!



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneTJS View Post
    Time for Paul to pick up the phone and give Seneca a whistle, and bring him back to Ames in the coaching ranks!
    Sage before Seneca for me.



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by megamanxzero35 View Post
    Sage before Seneca for me.
    Because?



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Wallace is arguably the best player in ISU history. I think he deserves to have more of a role here.



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by RedlineSi View Post
    Wallace is arguably the best player in ISU history.
    Keith Simms actually had a playing role in the NFL and selected to the Pro Bowl 3 times. That's an easy (recent) player that would be arguably better than Wallace.





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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by RedlineSi View Post
    Because?
    Sage, just from the little bits I've read, seems like he'd be better coach material. Seneca has never struck me as a guy that could help a younger player get better. And he somewhat proved as much on the Browns when he refused to help mentor McCoy.



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUAgronomist View Post
    Keith Simms actually had a playing role in the NFL and selected to the Pro Bowl 3 times. That's an easy (recent) player that would be arguably better than Wallace.
    Matt Blair is probably the most succsessful ISU player in regards to NFL career. But really during his college days, it was hard to find a player more popular than Wallace.



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by megamanxzero35 View Post
    Sage, just from the little bits I've read, seems like he'd be better coach material. Seneca has never struck me as a guy that could help a younger player get better. And he somewhat proved as much on the Browns when he refused to help mentor McCoy.
    Are you serious? He was fighting for that job.



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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by RedlineSi View Post
    Matt Blair is probably the most succsessful ISU player in regards to NFL career. But really during his college days, it was hard to find a player more popular than Wallace.
    Popular Best





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    re: Seneca Hanging Up the Cleats?

    Quote Originally Posted by RedlineSi View Post
    Are you serious? He was fighting for that job.
    This. Maybe Seneca would be a good coach, maybe not. But electing not to mentor McCoy isn't indicative of either choice.


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