Coach Broken Foot

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  1. tay2015

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    #1 tay2015, Jun 10, 2018
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    Saw on Monte’s Snapchat that it looked like Steve broke his foot. Just wondering if anything came out on how he did it.

    Also saw Someone post on Snapchat on the Ames story showing a video of Monte and Niang working out in the practice facility with the caption “it’s no wonder we only won 4 conference games this year, Saturday morning and only former players working out.” Thought that was interesting.
     
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    Bone spur
     
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  3. tay2015

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    Ouch is right
     
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    Are the players even in Ames? I was thinking they didn’t need to be back until tomorrow.
     
  6. tay2015

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    Very well could of been the case. Just thought it was kind of weird. A non-story, however I do love the fact that our old players come back and hangout/workout in Ames.
     
  7. ChrisMWilliams

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    Coach had surgery on his ankle to remove bone spurs a couple Fridays ago.
     
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    A non story, that you’re trying to make into a story?
     
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    Depending on the time of morning weren't there camps and things at Lied I'm sure the players in town were probably helping out at?
     
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    I think he still allows us to use his name, injury and all.
     
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    June 11: time to start questioning the teams “heart” and “effort”. Looks like “interesting” is the new “concerned”.
     
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    I heard he did it during the camp dunking contest. Over rotated on his 360 between the legs dunk.
     
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    Saw pictures of him getting around on a knee cart. Those things are way better than crutches if you have ankle/foot injury. Had a cart for a few months.
     
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    I like the idea that former players are holding current players accountable for the program they helped build.
     
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    Yep, a little shot across the bow by their former peers is all in good fun.

    Those guys brought it. Hopefully the next generation will too.
     
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    You are right. Please address all “get well” cards to Jeff.
     
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    I thought we had a new coach with heritage of Native American.
     
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    Max and Georges are in town because they are holding camps, one of my sons is going to them this week and next so I definitely know that.

    It’s a weekend, these are college kids, I hope they aren’t living there every waking moment. Spend plenty of time working out, but also enjoy yourself a little.
     
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    Damn autocorrect anyway (I'm guessing that meant Naz).
     
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