and the job he's doing at this point? I ask because I'm not a deeply knowledgeable basketball guy and would like to know what those who live-and-die mbb have to say. My question came along after reading this from Brent Blum: "Iowa State has won road games at Oklahoma State, at Oklahoma, at Kansas, and at Kansas State in the same season for the first time ever. . . . "Iowa State has won more than four Big 12 road games in a single season just one time: the mythical Fizer/Tinsley led team in 2000. That squad won six Big 12 road games. "Fred Hoiberg’s squads won four conference road games in 2012 and 2015. "Tim Floyd developed a reputation for winning tough road games with his rag-tag group of Cyclones. He won four Big 12 road games respectively in 1996 and 1997, but never won at the Phog or at Oklahoma State. "The iconic Johnny Orr never won more than two Big Eight road games. " . . . despite playing in the nation’s toughest league where every squad is ranked in the top 80 of Ken Pomeroy’s power index, Iowa State has found a way to win four games away from Hilton." Have we got our man, or is the jury still out?