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Discussion in 'Football' started by tyler24, Jun 23, 2019.
Was Purdue recruiting him as a QB? If so, that says a lot about him.
The staff has lots of access to his parents. I'm sure they know exactly what Chubba is thinking.
I really didn’t think obvious sarcasm was a hard thing to pick up on. Really explains a lot about people.
I'd agree with that plus after he left here he coached Tony Dorsett, Reggie White and Willie Gault. I think White and Gault played against ISU at Tennessee in 1982 or 1983.
Poor takes by posters that were being 100% serious has ruined it for us sarcastic posters.
Imo ISU has seen an uptick in good 'football' names the least 3 years. No baring on the success but there's been an uptick in players that are just dudes too.
He said it in an interview after his commitment. He said Brock wanted him at Iowa state and he wanted do his own thing. It might have affected Campbell’s decision to not offer.
Because, y’know, offering would be such a horrible thing.
You do realize it you Make far more sense to offer simply out of respect for the family, right? Even if you knew he wasn’t interested?
You make zero sense. You asked for evidence that chubba wasn’t interested. I told you he SAID HE WASN’T.
None of us have any idea what conversations he had with Iowa state.
Seems like a guy who might not redshirt, just because you have to get him on the field somewhere.
Was everyone else recruiting him as a QB as well?
I think it's painfully obvious that the sarcasm pirate needs to come out of retirement...at least for those that are sarcastically challenged.
We are only 1 for 2 on purdys. Not good.
6'2 225...what's he like for speed? Possible tight end? Somewhere on the line?
Yeah not enough QBs too.
He's got the jaw line of a Norse God.
A pissed off Iowa kid that has a grudge against TOE. I'll take them all.
Is this one of those sarcastic posts that some people can't tell if its real or not?
No aclone gon aclone