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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by YeahBuddy, Jan 2, 2018.
Iowa State's not leaving the Big 12.
Purdy or Stanley @Lemmiwinks ?
Have you checked out NW?
Their QBs account for 6 passing TDs, 15 INTs for the entire year.
That's terrible lol. I guess Rutgers are a little better: 3 QB's accounting for 7 TD's and 15 INTs. Lol
Nebby's final 10 years prior to joining B1G:
2001: 11-2 1st T (Big 12 North)
2002: 7-7 4th
2003: 10-3 2nd
2004: 5-6 3rd
2005: 8-4 2nd T
2006: 9-5 1st
2007: 5-7 5th T
2008: 9-4 1st T
2009: 10-4 1st T
2010: 10-4 1st T
If anything they were trending up.
Nobody can or will defend Rutgers terribleness. Maybe they can get back on track with Schiano. I thought at the time it was a mistake to bring them into the conference and I still do. They alone drag down everybody who plays them SOS.
I wouldn't call myself an expert on the subject of the transitive property (not sure how one would get that status to be honest) but I understand how it is applied. I even gave two examples of how its commonly used. Me saying Iowa would not lose to UNI this year is my informed opinion, not because I'm deducing the outcome from the ISU/Iowa game. That is a really bad take, even for the ISR forum.
It's not all about winning either.. it's about making a team competitive and Rutgers just isn't competitive.. at all.
Is he the starter next year? Not gonna lie I'm worried Iowa might get a good QB soon
Remember, 4 noncons in those days though and getting to skip half of OU/Okie St/UT/aTm every year.
Not sure. I just hope we can hold on to him until signing day. Shunning Georgia, Baylor, OSU, and ISU is one thing, but if some other big programs come calling it might get interesting.
Try having to sweat out a battle with Bama for a QB recruit. That was insane
I would safely assume that Baylor will be getting negatively recruited against a lot. Rhule is not a long term guy there.
True, but with the mess Texas is in, where Tech is currently, and TCU being meh or worse the meh for 3 of the last 4 seasons, I still think they're an attractive option for Texas kids.
I don't think Texas, Baylor, and possibly TCU/Tech (who knows) will have the same head coaches 4 years from now.
The whole State is kind of a football mess right now. If Riley didn't appear to be the next Cowboys HC he could totally clean house recruiting down there.
Will be interesting to see what happens at Texas. There are only so many assistant coaches on the market. Herman might be pulling double, or triple duty in the next few years.
I'm worried that the Cyclones might take the CyHawk game seriously again at some point and actually think that it's important to win.