Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Jantz

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  1. cydline2cydline

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    So we've seen two sides of Steele Jantz and I am trying to figure out which one is the real Steel Jantz? I feel like Steele is a very rythmic passer because once he gets going he is prettty unstoppable. Although, when he tries to do too much he ens up 0/4 with 3 picks. Shouldn't we be trying to get him in a rythm earlier so that we can see more of the 4th quarter Jantz as opposed to the first quarter Jantz. Am I missing something?
     
  2. isulive2train

    isulive2train Well-Known Member

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    Yep. There is already a thread in the Football Forum named, "Steele Jantz is..." Ask the question there, good day!
     
  3. isuno1fan

    isuno1fan Well-Known Member

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    He's going to be erratic all year IMO. Gotta take the bad with the good.
     
  4. michaelrr1

    michaelrr1 Well-Known Member

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    I would go with Clark Kent and the Man of Steele.
     
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  5. atlantacyclone

    atlantacyclone Well-Known Member

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    Well, two of his interceptions have bounced off the hands of Cyclones... U-Con had a great D that wouldn't let him slip through any cracks. Unfortunately, ISU doesn't play in the Big 10 so it will be a very tough season. I think that Jantz is a winner and he will play to the level of his competition.
     
  6. Cyclonepride

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    Kid has the confidence to think that he can pull anything off. Most of the time he is right. He will learn to have discretion, and then he could be great.
     
  7. ManBearClone

    ManBearClone Well-Known Member

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    Maybe it's a night game/ cold weather thing. Both UNI and UCONN he took a while to warm up. He is from the West coast after all.
     
  8. besserheimerphat

    besserheimerphat Well-Known Member

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    Early on against UCONN I think he just tried pushing things downfield too hard. There were guys open from 5 - 10 yards, but he was looking 12+ yards downfield exclusively. He seemed to do a better job of getting on the short routes later. It also hurt that we couldn't get a consistent running game.

    He played JUCO at San Francisco. It gets cold and rainy there too. Not 0F cold, but certainly 40F. The weather so far shouldn't be a factor for him. There might be more concern around and after Thanksgiving, but even then it's not usually too bad in Iowa.
     

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