With the exception of those who are good enough to play for teams like North Carolina... does ISU stand to win most future recruiting battles for in state talent?
The lack of fan support at Eastern IA has to be killing their future recruiting. Have you read the basketball posts on HawkeyeNation? All but 2 or 3 fans have totally abandoned basketball. I'm surprised they're even getting 2,500 at games at CHA. The new coach they get after they have to fire Lick is going to have a huge up hill battle. It may be hard to find a good coach willing to take a school on with such fair-weather fans. I feel bad for Lick... no support. That said.. hope we pound the snot out of them tonight!
Iowa's class has twice as many members right now...it better be higher ranked. Both of ISU's recruits are more athletic (not necessarily better players) than any of the 4 Hawk recruits. I like iowa's class though.
Honestly, for instate recruits, I think they grow up knowing if they want to play for ISU or Iowa. We just have to hope that the better players grow up cheering for the Cardinal and Gold.
You can spend a lot of time and money picking out the perfect floral bouquet for your date ... but you're probably better off checking if you have bad breath and taking the porn out of the glove compartment.
The moral: you gain more by not being stupid, than you do by being smart. Smart gets neutralized by other smart people. Stupid does not.
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