Iowa Football Recruiting

knowlesjam

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Iowa has been offering shortly after Campbell a lot lately
Well, it certainly makes the jobs of the recruiting staff much easier. Of course, it does absolutely jack squat at establishing actual relationships with the player. Hmm, maybe that is why the hawks are striking out so much on commits...just flinging spaghetti at the wall doesn't get you many recruits.
 

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Bump the question for me, I haven’t seen it.
Here you go. You also owe me a Tyler Nickel answer in the Fran fade thread

I’m interested to hear what he said. I know Sean Welsh struggled with depression while at Iowa, but the coaches helped him out a lot. It’ll be interesting to read what Miller says.
He asked you
After zero punishment over how Jack Kallenberger was treated does it matter to Iowa?
 

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Honestly, that coach needs to be fired for what he said about Kallenburger. Usually, if you do something like that as a government employee, it's automatic termination. At iowa, it gets swept under the rug. On the other hand, the kid's brother is still on the team, so I guess it wasn't all that traumatic for the family.
 

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Honestly, that coach needs to be fired for what he said about Kallenburger. Usually, if you do something like that as a government employee, it's automatic termination. At iowa, it gets swept under the rug. On the other hand, the kid's brother is still on the team, so I guess it wasn't all that traumatic for the family.
This has been discussed, KF would have been fired along with several others for the racial issues if he worked in a school district or corporate america.
 

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This has been discussed, KF would have been fired along with several others for the racial issues if he worked in a school district or corporate america.
I honestly think he would have been fired before the racial issues. The Satterfield and Everson case could have done him in a long time ago.
 

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Honestly, that coach needs to be fired for what he said about Kallenburger. Usually, if you do something like that as a government employee, it's automatic termination. At iowa, it gets swept under the rug. On the other hand, the kid's brother is still on the team, so I guess it wasn't all that traumatic for the family.
Pretty sure the brother left the team under abnormal circumstances as well.
 

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um..... then their should be an asterisk next to the 2020 Cyclone football season and Fiesta Bowl?
Uh, we played everybody and came out on top. On the other hand the BiG changed the rules hosing one of their own members to continue slobbing Bucki's knob. Your conference is a ******* asterisk!!!
 

Nate STANley

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Wow, first power 5 to offer and now he’s gained 3 more in the last several days.
So you think as soon as Iowa State offered, the Michigan State coaches said “Oh Matt Campbell offered this kid, let’s offer him right now” the same exact day? Obviously MSU had a relationship with him and pulled the trigger the same day. I mean come on.