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Discussion in 'Football' started by CnG, Oct 22, 2019.
He was enjoying it too. I remember.
Last year in Austin, was it her?
Wasn’t her. Seems like there was a number of tavern hoks that showed up at that game
Imagine associating with that Buffalo
Guys, if your wife is a Hawk fan, don't let her wear Hawk gear to an Iowa State game. Unless you can convert her you probably shouldn't have married her.
Does this apply to fans of all hawk types or just the -eye variety?
Asking for a friend.
Just Hawkeye for me.
If you are wearing hawk gear to any of your rival game that is non-Iowa, and you’re not at their home stadium (e.g. Jack Trice), I think you are purposefully trying to be a jack ass and a troll. At that point, you deserve whatever happens to you during something like that. That is such a dbag move, you must have some irredeemable character flaws.
Somebody summed up Iowa fans earlier in this post: tone deaf.
Unless it’s the Iowa/Iowa State game, this is just generally frowned upon. There is nothing wrong with your wife being a strong, independent woman.....let’s just not confuse that with ignorant and socially unaware.
I sat near a couple who were Hok fans at the KSU game last year. The hubby was decked out in his Hok gear & the wife at least tried to hide her true allegiance by wearing KC Chiefs clothing. Despite this lame attempt, I caught them multiple times cheering for the Purple Kitties. I was in a poor mood by halftime - but had the last laugh as we dominated the Vampire in the 4th quarter. As we finally took the lead, I wanted to say something to them - but the look of disappointment on their faces as the crowd went wild was pure gold.
They are obsessed with the clones but can’t admit it.
Based on back views only, that dude out kicked his coverage and probably lets her do that so she doesn’t leave him.
I went down for the game in Lubbock too. I saw one couple decked out in Iowa gear outside the stadium.
There is one in every crowd.
I am totally surprised that there are Hok trolls and jack asses...
Had one in front of us this spring at the Big12 Championships in kc... #SPS
They are like cockroaches. They just come crawling out of the woodwork.
We all saw him.
Surprised he's wearing pants.
The one that put me over the top was when I attended the 1999 Civil War game between Oregon and Oregon St. Being an ISU grad, I just wore plain clothes, no Cyclone attire. While tailgating a guy walks by fully decked out in Hok gear including the crappy gold Zubaz pants. They are like a bad rash, you just can't shake them.
Well, when I say I saw him, I mean I almost ran the guy over while I was leaving the bathroom and he was walking in. I just looked at him and said "Really". He had this big sh!tty grin on his face and said "What?". After seeing him on the jumbotron I wish I would have said a few more words to him, but that's what he wanted anyways.