Jamie Pollard has to be loving every second of this.
So am I. I have a smile on my face and I am excited. For me, regardless of who they hire it won't change the university on my diploma and it won't change my passion and loyalty to my alma mater. Pollard has my full support and I am happy he has kept this process close to the chest. He gets good money to make these decisions. The last thing I want is him reading opinions in a second rate newspaper or gawd forbid reading any of my posts.
And the mystery canidate is revealed.... drumroll please...... in a shocking turn of events its JAMIE POLLARD himself... fake reporter quesetions Pollard: coach arent you afraid as a new coach other teams will be able to diagnose and disect your gameplans fairly easily? Fake Pollard answer: Hell at this time I dont think the other team will be able to even realize who they are playing, or that they are even playing for that matter, I am the master of deception.
I love the suspense!! It has my juices running and look at all the up roar and interest in ISU football. JP knows what he is doing to get Cyclone Fans excited. I will be happy with Kelly or who ever it is as I have all the faith in JP doing what is right for ISU.
I officially have an excuse to be absolutely worthless at work today. I will have to map out my day so that I am never outside a wireless connection. Maybe if I drive 120 miles an hour, I can get from Indianola to Des Moines without losing connection?
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