No INT's by Arnaud or Tiller
Multiple passing TD's
100+ Yards by Robinson
5/5 PAT by Mahoney
100% FG by Mahoney
2+ touchbacks by Mahoney
2+ Turnovers created by the defense
An awesome intro video with a great song for once.
-Score more than 30 points
-Get pressure on the NIU QB
-AA limits turnovers
-A lot of rushes and rushing yards
I would settle for just that. Everything else is just gravy. I don't care if they look that great in week 1. Better that ISU squeaks one out so that Herky is going into next week confident of a easy win.
"There are five real good recruits in the state. We got three of them. One couldn’t get into school, and the other went to (the University of) Iowa...which is about the same thing." - Coach Johnny Orr
Eva Mendez laying naked in my bed when I get home from the game!
Oh you're talking about the game... I want to see AA make better decisions, ARob have a big enough game that we get to see what some of the young guys have to offer, and would like to see our DL & LB surprise everyone w/how well they play
Touchdowns. Not having to settle for a long field goal attempt. Keep the ball moving forward.
AA managing the game and making good decisions with the football.
A-Rob busting at least 1 30-yard run.
Solid defense and the ability to stop the run before they reach the safeties.
I know it's a lot to ask, but I'm really hoping the boys look better than they did last year. SO excited for football season.
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