I clicked on that earlier but couldn't read it because I don't have a subscription to the site.
It says he's been practicing and he thinks he will playI clicked on that earlier but couldn't read it because I don't have a subscription to the site.
Patterson said he wasn't medically cleared to play last week and the timeline is unclear. I haven't seen any reports that have said he's cleared. I don't think he'll be playing.
I'm glad you love ISU but there is nothing that makes this even remotely true. 2016 - 2020 recruiting classes TCU was ranked 3rd EVERY year for the Big 12. You want to know where ISU was in that timeframe? I'll start with 2016: 8, 7, 7, 6, 6. BTW, stars matter. This has been proven over and over again. With good coaching, strength training and attention to detail can overcome some things but better talent usually wins out.Makes sense. We are the more talented team and have a game under our belt
1. I don't think all officiating crews are going to let that much contact happen on multiple plays as they did last game.The good news is we know what our weaknesses are at this point. The bad news is so does TCU.
Until we can we can make the other team pay for it, expect to see man coverage on our receivers and an extra man in the box to stop our run game.
Hopefully, we can identify TCU's weaknesses early and exploit them. I think coaching is going to be a really big factor in this game.
It's a weird season and the longer these teams go without playing a game they bigger disadvantage they have IMO. Iowa State has the opportunity to pull some levers and get things corrected where TCU hasn't had the chance to shake the rust off yet.Man, we're favored on their field after the s***show we put together? I get that TCU is untested and unknown at this point, but damn.