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Discussion in 'Football' started by JStanz51, Dec 10, 2019.
We need to do one of these for ISU gifs.
Just think what seasons ISU could have put together if they had an O-line of Osemele, Campos, Farniok, Good-Jones and Knipfel for 4 years. Put those in front of any combination of offensive skill players we have had and they could be successful.
Steele Jantz for honorable mention QB please.
For not being able to recruit D-lineman to Iowa State, that list is pretty awesome!
No Jarvis West?
Holy cow those grey face masks were AWFUL. Helmet looks like something you'd get with one of those football halloween costumes.
Sidenote: I've missed KVDK since his last game
That lady's dance moves are incredibly white
Gotta say, since A-Rob’s senior season is all that counts for the ‘10’s, I think I might have taken Breece over him.
More great content from CF. Thanks for putting this list together. It's quite the challenge to give everyone their due over a 10 year period. Some thoughts:
I have enjoyed watching Kene, but Jarvis West had some pretty good punt and kickoff returns. He swung momentum at a critical time in the big OSU upset game. Close call, but I would put him above Kene. An electric player who also had a monster game against Baylor in 2012.
While Lanning only played linebacker for one year, he did make at least one first Team All America list if I remember correctly. Jeremiah George was a great Cyclone who didn't have a lot of help around him. No argument with Knott and Klein. They were fun to watch.
ISU had some good run blocking lines early in the decade. Chizik brought some pretty good linemen here.
Can't argue with many of the other categories.
I totally agree with this. I voted for Jarvis. If Kene is so good, then why did it talk 3/4 of the year for the coaches to let him do his job!!! Somewhat kidding, but yeah, I thought Jarvis got screwed here.
Kene is hurt by rule changes that have made returning kicks disadvantageous in most situations. He has the school record for average kick return and it is only one yard better than what you get from a touchback. It is an unfortunate byproduct of making the game safer.
Hayworth Hicks could have been even more dominant if he didn't hold every other play
I, too, voted for my man Jarvis West. That guy could change directions in the blink of an eye.
People forget... such a shame...
What a ride this list was. Some positions it was obvious(no clue who be QB if it wasn't Purdy) and some there's 1-2 good players and then a very obvious drop off in talent
Interview with Kene mid season, he spends the whole interview rubbing his shoulder. How did all of those sharp-eyed reporters miss that? Guys that aren’t hurt don’t do that.
Kind of depressing to start. Thinking we've been on a good run for awhile and thinking about some of the great players we've had recently, just to see that we are still 20+ games below .500 for the decade...
I demand an edited article with the insertion of Jarvis West over Nwangu. Talk about a travesty