I know you're reading this. Please take note:
Rutgers is ok.
FIU is ok.
Michigan State....well don't get Cyclones started on them.
Iowa State is far better than ok. The fans are the best. The facilities are great. The academics are top notch. You say Coach Rhoads is funny....well did Dutch talk to you about his passion for the game? Did he tell you about his love for his players? Did Dutch mention that Coach Rhoads will be "so proud to be your coach!" And as for your aunt loving Ames....she got the correct vibe. The city is impossible not to love. You will be a great member of the cardinal and gold. We looks forward to your signature in 7 days.
The weather is actually really nice from the end of February until December. Don't be mislead by the two and a half months here while it is cold! You can stay in your nice warm room during the winter, when the team is not traveling to Arizona to pound some Big 10 team.
Best of luck on your decision. Go Cyclones!
"Success isn't owned. It's leased, and rent is due everyday" -J.J. Watt
Kirksey, I liked what you said about education being important to you as it should. Iowa State is a great school to get a degree from. The facilities are nice and are only going to get better, the indoor practice facility WOW glad to have that here since sometimes we get bad weather; but on a sunny beautiful day here there is nothing better. The fans are great here and with this coaching staff it makes it even better!! In my opinion Coach Rhoads is the man and a great man!! Looking forward to seeing you in a Cyclone uniform this fall and kickin some Big Twelve tail!!!
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