Here are some things that I noticed at last nights game. 1.First off, I love the new uniforms! They are by far the best uni's that they have had since I have been following the team. 2. This team looks so much bigger and faster than any other cyclone team that I have watched. 3. Austin Arnaud looked poised in the pocket, threw a nice football, and went through his progressions well. 4. Anytime you can get 6 defensive turnovers you know your defense is doing something right, but I would like to see some more stops on 3rd down and get off the field a little quicker. 5. The offensive turnovers have got to get cleaned up. This team cannot afford to give the ball up like that. 6. Doesn't it feel great to actually see the cyclones destroy a team that they are supposed to? It finally felt good to sit there and enjoy a total beatdown and not have to worry about pulling it out late in the game like this team has had to do for the last decade or so. 7. What a concept-have a kicker that can actually make the kicks. Mahoney was excellent tonight, he had good leg power on kickoffs and all his field goals and extra points looked good. 8. That catch by Sedrick in the endzone was a thing of beauty. Reminded me alot of the catch made by the arkansas reciever last year and I think that won play of the year. 9. Penalties-good and bad. It was great to see the offensive line not have any false starts and only one holding call all game. They seemed to play disciplined which is great. On the other hand, the unecessary roughness penalties were stupid and need to get cleaned up. 10. Finally, I loved seeing the different looks on defense. I love seeing corner blitzes and linebackers being shot out of a cannon at the qb. It was so frustrating watching a generic defense all those years. Overall, it was a great night for the cyclone football team and its fans. the team made some big strides towards being a competitive football team week in and week out. There obviously is still work to do, but today we can all be proud to be part of the cyclones.