Scout has a story that confirms Klein's commitment

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  1. caliclone

    caliclone Member

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    Sounds like a great pick up for Iowa State!!
     
  2. CrossCyed

    CrossCyed Well-Known Member

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    Pft, you should know anything on my blog is the Word. :cool:
     
  3. Wx4Cy

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    Hold up, I thought Grease was the word...

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  4. CrossCyed

    CrossCyed Well-Known Member

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    I'll admit, there's instances in my past that I'm less than proud of....
     
  5. theshadow

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    Naw man, the bird is the word.

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  6. crash_zone

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    so who is this?
     
  7. CYVADER

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    I posted a link in the other thread on him and it said he was already up to 220 lbs. So thats good news. Hope he keeps all that speed.
     
  10. Prone2Clone

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    Interesting how one site shows Wyoming, Northern Illinois, and Western Michigan in his list of schools and another shows Iowa, Mich. State, Northwestern, and Wisconsin along with Wyoming and Western Mich.
     
  11. Bader

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    The story on Scout talks again about Chizik's stance on recruits taking further visits.

    I think it's a great policy and as Chizik has stated will bring 'kids who want to be Cyclones' here to Iowa State, however I'm interested in seeing what happens when it blows up once

    http://iowastate.scout.com/2/775431.html
     
  12. BryceC

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    How close is his hometown to Ames? I hope his family can get down to games fairly easily.
     
  13. ripvdub

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    Looks like its right by Green bay And Appleton. Ive never made the drive, but by looking at the map, id guess 6 hr minimum, possibly 8 hour drive.
     
  14. MadHatt3r

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    It's approximately 6:45 from Appleton. Kimberly is roughly 15 minutes farther away on 41. It's a relatively easy drive with almost all of it divided highway and about half of that is US-20.
     
  15. scottie33

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    I believe that is correct...My father works up around there for Osh Kosh Truck Corp. and it usually takes him about 6 hours to get here on his Harley, but he usually cruises pretty good on it.
     
  16. Ace000087

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    I used to be a co-op at Mercury Marine in Fond du Lac, my during senior year at Iowa State. I was about a 5hr 45 min drive for me. If I was really in a hurry, 5hrs 30 mins. Its easy, just take 151 to Dubuque, then HWY 20 to I-35. I drove that almost every other weekend to hang out with my friends in Ames. Its not bad at all.
     

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