Iowa State vs. Iowa 2010

Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by DrClone, Apr 6, 2010.

  1. DrClone

    DrClone Member

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    Caught part of the 2 guys named Jim show on WHO Sunday night. Van Coleman is counting the ISU/Iowa game as an automatic win next year at Carver. I know we are losing an important part of our team but the way Iowa was this year don't think they have an automatic win on their schedule. :no:
     
  2. Clones85'

    Clones85' Just Win Baby

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    Van Coleman is an idiot.
     
  3. Clonehomer

    Clonehomer Well-Known Member

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    Van Coleman is apparently good friends with McCafferey. I think that it will depend on what happens next week with who we end up signing. If we don't get some recruits to fill in some holes in the interior then we're going ot struggle to have an automatic win ourselves.
     
  4. DrClone

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    Agree. But not knowing what we are going to have and knowing what Iowa had this year at this point there's no way it's an automatic win for the Hawks.
     
  5. LoyalSon

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    Automatic win? absolutely not. A slight advantage given it's at Carver and the state of disarray both programs are in right now? perhaps.

    I have to say, when I originally came to this thread, I was hoping and excited to maybe see comments regarding the game being played on Sept. 11th, and not the one in December. Guess it's still basketball season for some people :smile:
     
  6. DJK15

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    If everyone stays (Fuller), Iowa should win this game.
     
  7. Rural

    Rural Well-Known Member

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    Van Morrison knows more about basketball than Van Coleman.

    The nation will breathlessly await next December's game.
    Iowa, coming off over-achiving to be 10-22 and ISU under-achiving to be 15-17.
    Should be a barnburner.
     
  8. SPOONER

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    Iowa was brutal last year but they were competitive against some pretty good teams at times during the middle of the season. They packed it in down the stretch and I think a lot of that had to do with turmoil within the program. They were very young and should have everyone coming back, though I understand Aaron Fuller's return is up in the air. Fuller is a pretty good young player.

    On our side, the guts of our team have been ripped out and I think there are more defections to come. There is very little to be impressed about in our recruiting to think we are going to fill the gaping holes left in our roster.

    I have to agree with whomever this Coleman guy is--they are going to beat us rather handily and I fear that's going to be true for several years.
     
  9. Rural

    Rural Well-Known Member

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    10-22 would be the football equivilant 1-11 or 0-12.
    Iowa basically has no players, ISU has players to be named later.
     
  10. SPOONER

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    They have two sophs who averaged double figures this year. That's a start.

    As for us, our PTBNL are unlikely to be "players" and thus putting us in worse shape than Iowa. And it's not like Iowa has a crappy recruting class coming in and they aren't done recruiting yet either. The South Dakota kid is going to be a monster for them.
     
  11. DJK15

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  12. DodgerHawki

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    Iowa was bad...

    but they did win 31% of their games, which would equate to 3 or 4 wins in football.
     
  13. Cybyassociation

    Cybyassociation Well-Known Member

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    Well...there goes the whole Cody Larson thing:

    Hawkeye basketball: Recruit Cody Larson is granted release | desmoinesregister.com | The Des Moines Register

    Wouldnt completely shock me if he just wanted to be freed up to look at his options and ended up coming back.
     
  14. DJK15

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  15. Frak

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    If he wasn't then, he is now. Van's best friend in the business is usually whoever is coaching at iowa.
     
  16. SPOONER

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    Yeah pretty much scrap everything I posted in this thread. LMAO
     
  17. mikeiastat

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    Re: Iowa was bad...


    Doesn't really translate that way as about 8 of those wins were just glorified scrimmages, against teams that would be .500 in a leage at the Y.
     
  18. DJK15

    DJK15 Well-Known Member

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    What would the line-ups be for this game? I'm guessing this would be Iowa...

    Matt Gatens
    Eric May
    Jarryd Cole
    Cully Payne
    Brommer/Cougill/Archie

    Of course, this assuming there are no more transfers. (I actually think Payne, Brommer and Archie will all transfer)
     

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