Cyclone Tailgate Tour - Mason City stop

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  1. zumbro clones

    zumbro clones Well-Known Member

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  3. brother bob

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    That is somewhat of a shock because the only reason I stopped watching KIMT and reading the Globe was because they are so 'all about the hoks'...Quite interesting when I read the paper at the local store this a.m.

    Thanks for posting the KIMT bit!
     
  4. zumbro clones

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    Did anyone attend this? If so, report in!
     
  5. cyrocksmypants

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    I don't know why you'd say that. Other than the fact that when ISU hired Coach PR, the Globe ran a three sentence tidbit about it, but also ran something along the lines of an 8 page spread layout about Shonn Greene and the trials and tribulations of his life.

    Kirk Hardcastle is the most pitiful attempt at a journalist in the last 30 years.
     
  6. hurdleisu24

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    I would have to disagree with you there. He has covered my career for the last 8 years and he has only written very good articles. He is a solid journalist and knows how to write articles in a respectful and articulate manner.

    But this is just my biased opinion.
     
  7. cycloneML

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    Mason City was a hotbed for tightends back in the mid 80s. They had a guy that played for ISU from 86 - 90 that could run and catch like nobody's business. His yard after catch ratio was high for a tight end. Does anyone recall his name?
     

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