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    History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    OK, in the spirit of the history of ISU missed kick threads I start this thread only half serious but someone else HAS to have noticed that abnormal amount of defensive backs falling over on other teams big plays over the years.


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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    How about a History of ISU QB's who can't hit the broad side of a barn.

    I love AA, but he needs to step it up the rest of the way.


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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    Quote Originally Posted by psycln11 View Post
    How about a History of ISU QB's who can't hit the broad side of a barn.

    I love AA, but he needs to step it up the rest of the way.
    Fail. This thread is about memories of ISU defensive backs slipping


    While on live TV, Ford used a vulgar term to describe a private part of the female anatomy, adding that he was “happily married” and “got more than enough to eat at home.”

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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    I was not impressed with the grass at KC, even the KSU banks fell trying to make a quick cut.


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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    One of my favorites was Anthony Forrest whiffing trying to kick a ball out of the endzone for a safety during the infamous OU game. That was awesome.



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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    We don't have much of a history there.

    Usually teams just keep it on the ground and shred our DL and LB's.


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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    Quote Originally Posted by tim_redd View Post
    One of my favorites was Anthony Forrest whiffing trying to kick a ball out of the endzone for a safety during the infamous OU game. That was awesome.
    YES!!! This is what I'm talking about.

    After more thought I could say that some of the "slips" I remember could be do to our traditionally under sized defensive backfield.


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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    Quote Originally Posted by CycoCyclone View Post
    I was not impressed with the grass at KC, even the KSU banks fell trying to make a quick cut.
    Whitver mentioned this on the post game show. He was on the field at the beginning of the game as said that for a NFL stadium, he was completely unimpressed. Said it didn't even compare with the turf at JTS.



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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    I do recall our entire defense forgetting how to tackle in the 4th quarter at KU 2005 as the awesome Brian Luke led the Jayhawks downfield for the tying score.



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    Re: History of ISU d-backs who slip on TD plays

    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyMac View Post
    Whitver mentioned this on the post game show. He was on the field at the beginning of the game as said that for a NFL stadium, he was completely unimpressed. Said it didn't even compare with the turf at JTS.
    It was REALLY beat up during the Chiefs game.


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