Is Brock Purdy the most clutch player in the state of Iowa's history?

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Well-Known Member
Oct 18, 2009
Cedar Rapids, IA
Doesn't that come with a * if you have the most attempts under pressure because your o-line stinks?
Why do Hawk fans always have to chime in on every single post or tweet that has any praise for ISU or an ISU athlete? Seriously, every time there is an ESPN tweet saying anything positive for ISU, a hawk fan always has to post. Here's one I noticed from today as a well.


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Apr 11, 2006
Des Moines, IA
I could go with Purdy. I would say someone that you could always depend on getting you 1-2 yards for the first down, but over the years you could probably count 2 or 3 people from each team.

edit: can any stat nerds come up with a completion percentage list for forth and short over the past 20 years.