Name your next O-Coordinator for Iowa State!!

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  1. cyclonefan1983

    cyclonefan1983 Active Member

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    We should ask Mike Bellotti who stated the Oregon Dynasty, right?
     
  2. MarkCorrigan

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    I think we would fare better without an offensive coordinator at this point. Just wing it out there and we will probably score more than we do now.
     
  3. ISUagger

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  4. andybernard

    andybernard Well-Known Member

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    I'm pretty good at NCAA14...I think I deserve a shot.
     
  5. awd4cy

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    Anyone else. The o coordinator at Norwalk High School would be an improvement.
     
  6. aauummm

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  7. rhillary

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    Ok. I'll do it.
     
  8. CyCloned

    CyCloned Well-Known Member

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    hire someone from the MAC, clean house on the offensive side.
     
  9. ISUAlum2002

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    I'd be fine with the fat man, Mark Mangino, being here.
     
  10. MarkCorrigan

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    I think Messingham would get better results if he just switched from throwing a dart at the playbook to drawing plays out of a hat. That would fix everything.
     
  11. bos

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    Messingham will be back. Be prepared.
     
  12. IowaClone

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    steve loney, at least our O line could open holes for our running game.
     
  13. ISUAgronomist

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  14. Cpech56

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    I've seen more mobility from Turkey in a Hot Pocket.
     
  15. LindenCy

    LindenCy Keep and Pride - It works
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    The Walden offenses were better.
     
  16. hoiball

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  17. MarkCorrigan

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    The only explanation for Messingham's continued employment is that he has photographic evidence of Coach Rhoads and Jamie Pollard in compromising sexual positions. Seriously, how can anyone look at his body of work and think he deserves to be retained, if not fired on the spot?
     
  18. Clonefan94

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    There has to be a monkey in a zoo somewhere looking for a new gig. I remember when Mess started thinking, "Can't get any worse." Way to prove me wrong Mess, way to prove me wrong.
     
  19. twojman

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    I'm in the Mangino camp. I think Holgerson could be available at the end of the year. I'd be alright with either of them.
     
  20. RunDMCyclone

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