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    Ferentz Article from ESPN

    Sorry if this has been posted, but an interesting read from ESPN. From the sounds of Angerer's quote, it doesn't sound like Ferentz has lost his team. Ferentz doesn't sound overly concerned either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cytheguy View Post
    From the sounds of Angerer's quote, it doesn't sound like Ferentz has lost his team. Ferentz doesn't sound overly concerned either.
    I doubt he has lost the team. They did have a good year last year after all that went on.

    He is like the parent of the biggest drinker in HS, who doesnt think their kid drinks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcy View Post
    I doubt he has lost the team. They did have a good year last year after all that went on.

    He is the parent of the biggest drinker in college, who doesnt think their kid drinks.
    Fixed it for you.


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    It happens everywhere. Every college football team has problems like this. I, too, am not overly concern.

    But what's going on at Iowa State right now is a different matter. A back-up tightend picked up for drinking? Shameful.



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