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    Question Cyclones in the NFL

    Can someone please remind me of the third former Cyclone that scored t.d.(s) the same week that Sage and Seneca had multiple t.d.'s? Was it Ellis Hobbs? What week and what season was it? If you can enlighten me with Sage and Seneca's stats / game outcome, that would be great too! Or please direct me to where I can find the info.
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    Re: Cyclones in the NFL

    Ellis Hobbs and it was kick returns and interceptions for touchdowns.


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    Re: Cyclones in the NFL

    Just go to espn and type in their name and after that its just the click of a few buttons!


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    Re: Cyclones in the NFL

    NFL.com profiles, which include game-by-game and career stats...

    Ellis Hobbs

    Sage Rosenfels

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    Re: Cyclones in the NFL

    Thanks for the info. I did search by their names to piece it together and determine the exact week... I'm sorta impatient so I gave up. Still... anyone know the season and week? My teenager gave me a number to text the question but thought I'd be able to get the LD from trusted Cyclone fans... figured it would be on the tip of your tongue! :)



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    Re: Cyclones in the NFL

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneGal View Post
    I'm sorta impatient so I gave up. Still... anyone know the season and week? ... but thought I'd be able to get the LD from trusted Cyclone fans... :)
    It's good to see some things never change. I remember ISU engineering classes where a girl would have a computer problem and guys would push each other out of the way in a stampede to help her.


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