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    Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Of all the bad in this game he wasn't part of it. Showed why everyone was so high on his ability. I think three Tds ties the school single game record. (Going of memory correct me if I'm wrong). Just trying to find anything positive.


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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    As good as he was last year AND better. Unfortunately, he can't do much on screens because, well, every team knows they're coming.

    Let him go out and get open.


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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Side note - I think Bundrage is our best receiver since Blythe


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    The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it's a part of our past, Ray. It reminds of us of all that once was good and it could be again. Oh... people will come Ray. People will most definitely come.

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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    He's awesome.


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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Blythe caught 4 against A&M. Bundrage had a hell of a game. Ecby looked pretty good too. We still need to find ways to utilize our TE's more, problem is our O-Line is so terrible Brun is needed as a blocker.


    Now that MBB is back, do we still have to pretend that WBB matters?

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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    He'd probably be a lot better and consistent if we had an OC that knew what he was doing.



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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    He was great, and so was Wimberly. Gary had some nice catches as well.



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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    A couple of the screens were set up well but the throws weren't good. I hate the play but if your gonna run it you gotta execute.


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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Bundrage and Woody sounds like a good offense in my book...



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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Get him the freaking ball! I'm not buying the lack of talent BS, we do have talent and B showed that tonight. We have other's as well. We are playing scared, ***** football and that's why we are losing games.



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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Good enough for us to have a one two punch when Lazard arrives.



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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Quote Originally Posted by hoiball View Post
    Good enough for us to have a one two punch when Lazard arrives.
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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Have to do a better job of getting him the ball. Generally, have to do a better job of getting our playmakers the ball.



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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    I know it was too little too late but when we stared opening things up and taking chances down field to guys the offense looked a lot better. Lets face it we are not a good football team right now, but if your gonna take your lumps might as well go down swinging instead of this ultra conservative BS we've seen until the game is all but over.


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    Re: Lets be positive... How good is Bundrage.

    Good: Bundrage. punter. on side kick.
    Bad: Offense. Smurfs as corners. letting guys just run routes like it is nerf backyard (NO, correct that, you actually cover someone in nerf backyard) i.e. first Iowa Touchdown. That first Iowa Touchdown vid. should be replayed at every practice forever until our dbacks learn to disrupt the routes and the timing of routes. You don't have to pull their facemask, but just a little nudge or get in their way for Odin's sake.
    Ugly: Rhoads body language. Almost Walden-esque. Has he realized his window of opportunity has shut. With Pinstrip and Liberty bowl embarassments it may have.
    Sam Richardson has no joy out there. Where is the quarterback who stepped in at KU????

    I say all this, and I have NO sympathy for Cyclone football. SCREW YOU. YOu kept Messingham after the bowl disaster. It is like the more time he has to prepare for a game, the worse we are. Did you see those first two plays?!?!?!?! I a Cyclone Fan that is witholding my $$$$$ henceforth till I see some "Life" as CPR would say. This excuse of an offense is guaranteed to hurt quarterbacks with our talent at O-line and such......Sam couldn't even make it through UNI without injury. Duhhhhhhhhhhh........these coaches and they make six-figures. Can I go back and get my exercise science degree and coach?



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