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    Great Interview on Front Page of GoCyclones.com

    Grant Mahoney interviews Zach Guyer....I had a good chuckle

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    Re: Great Interview on Front Page of GoCyclones.com

    That was pretty cool.

    But I must be getting old. Was that a 16 year old kid interviewing a 12 year old kid about his dream of kicking for the Cyclones?

    And -- Get in the damn weight room boys!!



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    Re: Great Interview on Front Page of GoCyclones.com

    2 kickers, a deep snapper, and a D lineman living together... which one of these doesnt belong?


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    Re: Great Interview on Front Page of GoCyclones.com

    Which 2 you mean?


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    Re: Great Interview on Front Page of GoCyclones.com

    You know they've done a lot of great work on gocyclones.com. I might have to seriously start considering getting the trib delivered.



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    Re: Great Interview on Front Page of GoCyclones.com

    Over the weekend I talked to a guy who was a friend of Grant Mahoney's Dad. He said he's an awesome kid with alots of skills. The down side is he tends to take "field goal misses" to heart and it gets into his head. Let's hope he works on his mental game as well as his technique. So far he's been awesome.



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    Re: Great Interview on Front Page of GoCyclones.com

    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd88 View Post
    Over the weekend I talked to a guy who was a friend of Grant Mahoney's Dad. He said he's an awesome kid with alots of skills. The down side is he tends to take "field goal misses" to heart and it gets into his head. Let's hope he works on his mental game as well as his technique. So far he's been awesome.
    He hasn't missed yet has he? Even if he has missed in practices...what does it matter? He's performed great so far. This is college, a fresh start for both kickers and its a whole new ball game.



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