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Discussion in 'In-State Rivals' started by CyTwins, Oct 10, 2019.
He was great today. Awful the first half of the year though
What a season for AJ
9 sacks - more than any ISU player
3 forced fumbles - more than any ISU player
Another easy 1st round NFL pick for Iowa.
Pretty good for an irrelevant player who got a lot worse in his time at Iowa, eh Twinsicle?
HOF level thread, please don't ever delete.
Considering the offenses he faces those numbers are pretty poor
Wait Stanley threw for under 100 yards vs Nebraska?!? How is that even possible?
What were his stats last year?
Congrats, you beat this year’s Fake ID of college football.
Chase Young? At a glance... (going into today)
16.5 Sacks - More than any Iowa player
7 forced fumbles - more than any Iowa player
Contender for the #1 pick.
Considering the two were on par when the season started, that's the standard that you should be going by.
HOF (Hawks Only Fail) level stupidity. Please don't delete!
Swweeeet! Some Iowa fan was clever enough to "disagree" that Young is having a much better season than Epenesa! Woo hoo!
Er, come to think of it, perhaps they were disagreeing with the "please don't delete".
You’re really stupid.
Because they only compare themselves to Iowa State.
They won the one game they all care about in September.
Yet they ignore how poorly AJ played against Iowa State
Good luck with that next season.
Though they might have a chance with Stanley gone.
Have you seen their schedule? Stanley isn't anything to write home about.....but he was a veteran. And that is one thing they may need next year.
He did a good job getting owned so badly by JGJ that the refs assumed it was a hold?
What does their schedule have to do with anything? We were talking about how the only game they carer about is against us--and I don't think they'll have much chance next year, with everything we have coming back. Even in Kinnick.
With Stanley gone, they might actually manage to come up with a quarterback who actually has a knack for, y'know, playing quarterback. The way that Purdy clearly does.
And as Brock showed last year, that knack trumps "veteran"--at least, veteran sans knack--every day. See Justin Fields.
You know what they say about assuming.
His play this year has dropped him. I don't see a top 10 pick at all. As poor as he has played, he's lucky to still be a first rounder. But his attributes alone will keep him in the first round
What's the over/under on how many beers he had before posting this crap last night?
So let me get this straight, your "easy 1st rounder" has 1 more FF and 2.5 more sacks than players on ISU all with a full extra game at the time of this posting? Wow that's sad. Let alone I bet you don't want to look at his stats PRIOR to playing crappy ol Nebraska where he racked up a ton huh?