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    2009 Football Commercial

    2009 Football Commercial: CYCLONE NATION - Iowa State University Athletics Official Web Site - www.CYCLONES.com - The home of Iowa State Cyclone Sports

    Pretty simple, but I LOVE the fact that it's Coach Rhodes' introduction playing in the background.



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    I've still got some eligibility left, when are walkon tryouts? GO STATE


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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    I like the commercial.


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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    I like it... a lot. Simple yet gets the message across that there is a new sheriff in town.

    Does anyone remember the commerical from the McCarney era where he is in a locker room giving a motivational pump up to what you thought were players, then it turns out it was just Cy and he gets up and runs into a locker or pole? Although it was funny, in retrospect it seemed to be a harbinger of things to come with DMac's teams


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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    I like it. It's interesting that they just went with Paul and not even some of the most memorable parts of his speech.

    Either way, it gave me goose bumps.

    On a side note, I work with a guy who played for Walden and Mac, and his senior year he was in the secondary, so CPR was his position coach. He had a lot of interesting things to say about both Walden and Mac. But, the one thing he said about CPR was if he still had eligibility he would suit up right now.



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    I don't know what to think of the commercial. I kinda like it but kinda don't. Mixed feelings



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    like.


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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    Our commercials' production value has gotten far more professional over the last 10 years or so. I imagine these are no longer produced "in house"? Anyone know?



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    Quote Originally Posted by dunar View Post
    Our commercials' production value has gotten far more professional over the last 10 years or so. I imagine these are no longer produced "in house"? Anyone know?
    Special thanks to Applied Art & Technology of Des Moines, producers of this year's commercial. The Iowa State football team kicks off the 2009 campaign on Thursday, Sept. 3 vs. North Dakota State inside Jack Trice Stadium.



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    I liked it a lot! It was simple but got your blood flowing. I can't wait for Sep 3.



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    Not bad, not great.



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    As a commercial it does not do a lot for me. Then again, last years commercial got me bouncing off the walls excited. So much for advertising...



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    Whenever I hear that speech, it makes me proud to be a Cyclone!!



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    Why only in Central Iowa???????????????
    You don't really need to
    promote there.



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    Re: 2009 Football Commercial

    Quote Originally Posted by AustinCyclone View Post
    As a commercial it does not do a lot for me. Then again, last years commercial got me bouncing off the walls excited. So much for advertising...
    This. Last years was so great that just playing snippets from a press conference doesn't really do it for me. Don't get me wrong cause I loved the press conference and I don't really mind the commericial but it seems like.."whats the easiest thing we could do" for this commericial?



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