Are you guys serious??? Like really? I mean, our team played a horrible game yesterday. There was a lot going on. I think it's fair to say that the players and coaching staff were not prepared for the game. It is kind of hard when a key guy leaves the team just 2 days before a game. I am honestly ashamed of so many of you that are just giving up on the team and saying this season is over, pointless and all of that. I don't see what's wrong with cheering the guys on. If you want the program to be good, you have to support the team. If you don't, then it will never happen. If you're seriously considering not going to games for this season, or are ready to check out, then I'm sorry but turn in your Cyclone-fan card. I have a feeling a lot of you guys never competed in sports. I didn't at the NCAA level, but with guys at this age, you need to support the team. There is so much more to the game thans wins and losses. Yes as fans we all like wins and hate losses, but I think most of you have NO IDEA what it means to compete and do so at a high level. When a program is in turmoil, we gotta cheer hard! I go through this with so many about the bball team as well. There is improvement; you have to actually watch the games not read the box scores. We had a setback, and it was dissapointing, but it's time to move on. If we can play close to Kansas, I don't see why we couldn't play close to Nebraska, A&M, K-State, and Colorado and perhaps win some of these games. I'm just real dissapointed with a lot of these "fans". Giving up on the teams during rough times doesn't make you a fan. It makes you a loser. Remember, recruits are visiting campus and all of that. If you REALLY want the program to improve, cheer on the team, root hard, perhaps we'll win some unexpected games. Let's show our team, along with visiting teams, visiting fans, and recruits what Cyclone Country is all about. If ISU is going to be successful, it's going to start with the fans!