I think we should support all Cyclone sites. The more there are out there, the more people talk and learn about ISU. Kudos to Greg Olson! Wasn't there a closer for the Orioles a while back named Greg Olson? Maybe it's the same guy.
I know the search for a new operator was a long one - There were many of us that turned down numerous offers to take that place over. I don't know who the new guy is but hopefully he can at the very least keep the site from being an embarassment towards ISU like the previous owners made it.
A program isn't built on one player and it doesn't succeed because of one player, thus a program won't fail if it doesn't get that one player.
Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of who do the things that no one can imagine.
Iowastate.scout.com is up and running, by Greg olson, whoever that is. It is now called cyclonesportsreport.
Ohlson, and I think he used to write for the Daily and maybe the Tribune. Hopefully it does well, because it was really a good read before ******** took it over and forgot about it. Like the other poster said, the more sites the better. I subscribe to CR.com and had friends that were CN.com subscribers and I have been a CF.com subscriber for a long time as well. I like to use all three to get the most info because people do tend to stick with one site when they get accustomed to it and may not travel to the other sites leaving the info at the first for a long time.
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