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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by intrepid27, Feb 15, 2017.
Nothing gets messed up more than someone calling a role player a roll player on here
This thread title would make a cool band name.
The fans are making excuses.
Iowa was much better at the end of the season than the beginning. Spanked Nebraska 40-10 to end the season.
Cue ISU fans trashing Iowa's poor Outback Bowl appearance while ISU sat at home, yet again.
Does that make 3-9 taste better?
I heard Mary is updating her resume so when they hire the tenth coach, she is ready to hit the ground running. Kirk always needs a supply of fresh chewing gum.
$500k is not much these days for an assistant coach. Get with the times, ISU. ISU's highest paid assistant is $454K and spends less than half of Iowa on coaching - of which, Iowa is only midpack on spending.
Why do I get the feeling you're embarrassed to say what the actual amount is that he was given by daddy?
Agreed on lose/loose. Two completely different words. But how the **** can you tolerate there/they're/their or you're/your? They're all fundamental English words that should never be mistaken if you take half a second to think about what you're trying to say.
Why would I be embarrassed about what a coach for Iowa makes? Me thinks you need to learn to phrase your questions better.
or you know, Google it.