All Iowa Football Team---Post Bowl Edition

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Final edition:

QB- Purdy
RB- Hall
RB- Goodson
WR- Hutchinson
WR- ISM
TE- Kolar
OL- Jackson
OL- Newell
OL- Linderbaum
OL- Ince
OL- Banwart

DL- Bailey
DL- Golston
DL- Nixon
DL- McDonald
LB- Rose
LB- Campbell
LB- Hummel
CB- Hankins
CB- Johnson
S- Koerner
S- Eisworth

K- Duncan
P- Taylor
KR- Kene
PR- Jones

OPOTY- Hall
DPOTY- Nixon
Took forever to find the first post for this year's "team" but this is pretty spot on. Iowa has/had a better offensive line, better interior d-line, and special teams outside of Nene. We (in genera) had better periphery players (QB, RB, DE, back 7) and your list confirms that. You could make arguments on maybe 3 spots, going either way, but 90% of these team was cemented. If a Hawk or Clone fan made several arguments about theses selections going either way they were likely homers.
 
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exactly. The big NFL money can wait. Those guys don't want to leave without knowing what it feels like to beat the Hawks. Campbell included.
Trust me, none of them are giving up money just to **** on Iowa, they have way bigger aspirations. With that being said, they will definitely look forward to curb stomping them at Jack Trice.
 
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Cycl0nepower

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Bigger than the Fiesta bowl? Unlikely
Isu has improved every year and will take massive leaps next year. Next season they will have everyone back and expect the guys to develop a lot. We try to get better every year. Our goal is to win the big 12 title game this coming season.
 
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Isu has improved every year and will take massive leaps next year. Next season they will have everyone back and expect the guys to develop a lot. We try to get better every year. Our goal is to win the big 12 title game this coming season.
massive leap? ok. Then a massive drop off the next season? or do you just reload now?
 

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LOL, this is crazy dumb. The Big10 wouldn't even let OSU schedule something last minute with a playoff spot on the line, but yeah Iowa was gonna replace Michigan with Georgia.
All tOSU would have to do is ask and the Big 10 would change the rule
 

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I think we'll be Regular Season and Postseason Conference championship contenders as long as Campbell is here
Well next year yeah we will be one of the most talented teams in the country but I don't think it's going to drop off after that
I know this winning thing is new for ISU, but if you think 9-3 seasons and CCG appearances is going to become the norm you are in for a rude awakening. Like Iowa and all of college football, if you don't get good QB play your chances of winning the conference are slim to none. And the reality is that you have no idea how your QB play is going to be after Purdy leaves. Even Purdy, the best QB in your programs history, has had bad games. Enjoy this run while you can.