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    West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU


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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    another signing day steal???



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    It would be nice to get a couple to go our way from now on. I hope a bunch of talented guys follow Sed.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    He looks GREAT in his videos. Very fast. Breaks tackles. Can never have too many RB's.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    That can't be right, it must be a commit of ours that is speaking to a different school. That is how it works.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    I'd put money that he doesn't end up at WVU. That program is on a nosedive. The coach seems like such a nice guy. Does that even work?



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneryan View Post
    That can't be right, it must be a commit of ours that is speaking to a different school. That is how it works.
    At least Marquette doesn't have a football program.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    We'll lose some on signing day and we'll get some on signing day. Not a big deal. Definitely hope this kid decides on ISU.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    Quote Originally Posted by Cydkar View Post
    I'd put money that he doesn't end up at WVU. That program is on a nosedive. The coach seems like such a nice guy. Does that even work?
    I still can't believe they actually made that guy coach. It will be about another year or two and they will be getting beat down by Marshall.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    Quote Originally Posted by cloneu View Post
    I still can't believe they actually made that guy coach. It will be about another year or two and they will be getting beat down by Marshall.
    Not all of WVA probs fall on Stewart.
    Rich Rod knew the talent was going to drop big time and his stock would never ber higher than it was at the end of last year. He had to take the $ from UM, the opportunity would never be as perfect.

    This team lost 3 big pieces of its offense to the NFL in Slaton, Raynaud, and Schmitt. That cant be replaced in one year. The lack of a dominating offense has exposed the defense. Teams can run or pass against them beacause they arent down by 21 after the 1st quarter.
    Give it a couple of years and the Mich. D will drop in rankings.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    I've never seen worse play-calling and clock management than the WVU vs. CU game a couple weeks back. It was almost like WVU was doing everything possible to not win the game. That guy will last one more year.


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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    I've never seen worse play-calling and clock management than the WVU vs. CU game a couple weeks back. It was almost like WVU was doing everything possible to not win the game. That guy will last one more year.
    Absolutely. I was shaking my head watching that game. The coaching staff was completely disorganized, and clearly cost WVU a chance to win that game.

    I remember the announcers saying that Pat White, a Senior QB, should have taken control of the situation himself and called his own TimeOut at a critical point.

    Stewart was an emotional, knee-jerk hire that could set the WVU program back years.



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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    I have to brag a little bit about one of my nephews. He was a pretty good high school football player in New York and had a dream of playing in college. I think he was mildly recruited but I don't think he had any D1 offers so he went into the navy right out of high school and worked out every day in hopes of playing FB after he got out of the service. Anyway, he got out this summer and was invited to walk on to West Virginia as a defensive end. He's on the scout team this year and is not losing any eligibility. He is about 6'3" and 245 lbs and the coaches there say he can carry 275.


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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    Quote Originally Posted by ISU_Alum_2000 View Post
    Absolutely. I was shaking my head watching that game. The coaching staff was completely disorganized, and clearly cost WVU a chance to win that game.

    I remember the announcers saying that Pat White, a Senior QB, should have taken control of the situation himself and called his own TimeOut at a critical point.

    Stewart was an emotional, knee-jerk hire that could set the WVU program back years.

    Yup. I liked watching Pat White the past couple years, but barring a miracle, this program will be completely irrelevant this season. Rodriguez leaving couldn't have come at worse time for WVU, who was on the verge of a dynasty, and they aren't even the 2nd best team in what is arguably the weakest BCS conference (although lately I don't see much separation between the Big 10, Pac 10, ACC, and Big East).


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    Re: West Virginia commit taking a visit to ISU

    A 4.29 40...thats crazy fast. This would be a heck of a steal if we could pull off this recruit.



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