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    Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Interesting article where Tuberville takes a shot at Chizik and pledges his support for Rhoads.

    Iowa State football: A quick turnaround | desmoinesregister.com | The Des Moines Register



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Cool read. Let's put Tommy on the staff...director of recruiting or something!



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Alot of nice comments by quite a few successful coaches in that article (Tuberville, Majors, Wannstedt)



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by mizouse87 View Post
    Interesting article where Tuberville takes a shot at Chizik and pledges his support for Rhoads.

    Iowa State football: A quick turnaround | desmoinesregister.com | The Des Moines Register
    I really think GC left the program in better shape than when he arrived --- look at all his recruits that are major contributors on the field. Never-the-less I'm still glad he's gone and that CPR is here. I do love how "the good 'ol boys" still take every shot they can at him........they don't like people who leave on their own to go to a "name" program.



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    We have a winner, just think if the two Kansas games would have rolled our way...


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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by rebecacy View Post
    I really think GC left the program in better shape than when he arrived --- look at all his recruits that are major contributors on the field. Never-the-less I'm still glad he's gone and that CPR is here. I do love how "the good 'ol boys" still take every shot they can at him........they don't like people who leave on their own to go to a "name" program.
    Uhhh--all of these guys leave on their own to go to a "name" program. It's how the game has been played for a long time.


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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by sclotz View Post
    We have a winner, just think if the two Kansas games would have rolled our way...
    We could be 8-3, have the North wrapped up, and playing for higher bowl position. Think Cotton, Holiday, Alamo...

    Ah, next year then.



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by rebecacy View Post
    I really think GC left the program in better shape than when he arrived --- look at all his recruits that are major contributors on the field. Never-the-less I'm still glad he's gone and that CPR is here. I do love how "the good 'ol boys" still take every shot they can at him........they don't like people who leave on their own to go to a "name" program.
    Your obsession with Chizik continues!

    Name the recruits that are major contributors:

    Leonard
    Banks
    Lyle
    KO
    Haughton
    Darks
    Benton

    Look at the others
    Arnaud
    ARob
    Catlett
    Hamilton
    Lamaak
    Stephens
    Frere
    Neal
    Parker
    Smith
    Smith
    Sims
    Raven
    Garrin

    He did a good job recruiting but it doesn't appear to be great yet



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by rebecacy View Post
    I really think GC left the program in better shape than when he arrived --- look at all his recruits that are major contributors on the field. Never-the-less I'm still glad he's gone and that CPR is here.
    Dont forget about 2/3 of the starters are Dan McCarneys guys. The cupboard was bare when he left, but he did some nice "do not open until 2009" presents.


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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by rebecacy View Post
    I really think GC left the program in better shape than when he arrived --- look at all his recruits that are major contributors on the field. Never-the-less I'm still glad he's gone and that CPR is here. I do love how "the good 'ol boys" still take every shot they can at him........they don't like people who leave on their own to go to a "name" program.

    Tends to happen when you say you're "firmly entrenched" in Ames and then are moving to Alabama a few short weeks later.



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by rebecacy View Post
    I really think GC left the program in better shape than when he arrived --- look at all his recruits that are major contributors on the field. Never-the-less I'm still glad he's gone and that CPR is here. I do love how "the good 'ol boys" still take every shot they can at him........they don't like people who leave on their own to go to a "name" program.
    The group of players as a whole got better under GC. But the coaching improvement we have seen with CPR has been very large. There is no doubt in my mind that if CPR was hired back in 07 instead of GC he would of achieved better records in those seasons.



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    Quote Originally Posted by rebecacy View Post
    I really think GC left the program in better shape than when he arrived --- look at all his recruits that are major contributors on the field. Never-the-less I'm still glad he's gone and that CPR is here. I do love how "the good 'ol boys" still take every shot they can at him........they don't like people who leave on their own to go to a "name" program.
    Don't be an idiot......we don't hate Chizik b/c he went to an 'name' program. We dislike him because he drove this program into the dirt for 2 years. I really thought I saw progress in Year 1 under the the Cheese. Last year was a COMPLETE AND TOTAL DISASTER. We played with the discipline of 1st graders. We didn't manage the games well at all. We looked completely and totally inept.

    I don't hate Chizik as much as a lot of people do. But we are playing with probably an equal number of McCarney guys as Chizik guys.

    Also, as time goes by I get more and more angry that Chizik decided to treat the Iowa State job as a reason to bring back the gang from college as his staff. There is no excuse to hire a bunch of unqualified friends as assistants when you are a Big 12 coach. The contrast in that simple thing between years is crazy.



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    One thing that does get lost is that I believe Robinson left the program under McCarney and came back under Chizik.



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    I am sure that Tuberville is genuine when saying that he is rooting for Coach Rhoads to be successful...I am also sure that Tuberville is aware of who it is he is speaking with. Tuberville is a 1st class guy and would not say anything negative to a reporter about another coach (meaning pumping up CPR over GC).

    That said...his comments ring true! He has done his homework...



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    Re: Tuberville sides with Rhoads over Chizik

    That's one of the best Rag articles I've ever seen. Not just because its complimentary to ISU, but they really did their homework. Talking to or digging up quotes from Wannstedt, Tuberville, and Majors. Wow.



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