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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Sounds like the Offense was really pounding the rock today, and successfully at that.

    Lots of Bass, yet, no mention of A-Rob. Here's hoping it's not injury-related.



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Looks like Bates was hot.


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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    I stand by my words. Bass is our best back. Arob isnt far off and has different positives.. but its good to have JJ



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUclones33 View Post
    I stand by my words. Bass is our best back. Arob isnt far off and has different positives.. but its good to have JJ
    I also believe that as well. JJ Bass was a stud last year when healthy. All he needed to do better was make people miss, but trust me, Bass would have been well over 1000 yds last year if he was healthy all year.

    One other question I have.... didn't Michael Tate get a RS last year? Everyone has him listed as a senior, but I thought he got a RS last year? I hope he's only a junior.



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUclones33 View Post
    I stand by my words. Bass is our best back. Arob isnt far off and has different positives.. but its good to have JJ
    While you're offering your insider's perspective, where do you see the QB race right now? For some reason, my gut's telling me Bates might just pull it off...



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Sounds like Sed was tearin it up!!

    I also spoke with a friend on the inside, and he said the team is MILES ahead of where they were last year!!! He also said he would be absolutely shocked if we dont see alot of Phil this year. So take it FWIW



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Quote Originally Posted by clonerules View Post
    Sounds like Sed was tearin it up!!

    I also spoke with a friend on the inside, and he said the team is MILES ahead of where they were last year!!! He also said he would be absolutely shocked if we dont see alot of Phil this year. So take it FWIW
    just so whoever wins doesn't hear chants from our fans of the second string QB's name EVERY time he makes an error, like Iowa.



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Quote Originally Posted by everyyard View Post
    just so whoever wins doesn't hear chants from our fans of the second string QB's name EVERY time he makes an error, like Iowa.

    I dont think we will have to worry about that. I get the feel that we could very easily see both guys play and excel



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Sounds like Schwartz had a great scrimmage too. Perhaps A-Rob is nursing an injury.



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    This is what I like to see...

    Zach Guyer went 3 for 3 on field goals


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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Quote Originally Posted by everyyard View Post
    just so whoever wins doesn't hear chants from our fans of the second string QB's name EVERY time he makes an error, like Iowa.
    Early in 04 when Meyer was struggling, there were plenty of people screaming for Mac to put in Flynn. And last year, there were lots of people screaming for Arnaud. I know we all like to rag on Iowa, but we are not so gracious ourselves.



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Sed seems to be making plays which is great to see. Roosevelt Maggitt is still making plays. Schwartz seems to be avoiding a redshirt. Darks name keeps popping up. Lots of youth making plays. Can't wait for the 28th!!!!!!!!


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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    2008 Iowa State Football Training Camp Central

    Series 2:
    - QB Phillip Bates also had a hot hand early, completing all four of his passes for 55 yards. Bates' favorite target was newcomer Sedrick Johnson, as he caught two balls for 17 yards, the last a 28-yard fade for a touchdown where he out-jumped the defender in one-on-one coverage.

    Umm...so the other catch was for minus eleven???



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    Re: Thursday, Aug. 14, 3rd scrimmage

    Quote Originally Posted by Aclone View Post
    2008 Iowa State Football Training Camp Central

    Series 2:
    - QB Phillip Bates also had a hot hand early, completing all four of his passes for 55 yards. Bates' favorite target was newcomer Sedrick Johnson, as he caught two balls for 17 yards, the last a 28-yard fade for a touchdown where he out-jumped the defender in one-on-one coverage.

    Umm...so the other catch was for minus eleven???

    No, it was just bad writing. They are saying that Sed caught 2 passes. one for 17 yards and one for 28 yards.



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