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

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Active Member
Aug 13, 2019
Are you saying that Iowa would be undefeated with that schedule? Man, I don’t know how to break this to you, but you guys lost to Purdue. They are one of the big 10s worst. Oklahoma would have curb stomped you guys and Louisiana would as well.
“We” as in our Cyclones.
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Apr 12, 2006
It should. He’s been pretty bad this year. We should be undefeated vs. that schedule. Not sure if it’s Turdy or CMC though?
Dude you guys unwinned thus far this year. Fun to make a new word. Thank you.


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Sep 17, 2020
Purdy threw a couple of dimes today, that first td was a perfect ball. He's played so much looser since the 2nd half of the Baylor game.


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Jun 22, 2020
Purdy's resume through 2 1/2 years is just as good, if not better than Long's. Purdy has almost passed him in total TDs and yards as a junior. Far fewer turnovers too.
Yes, but Long played in a different era. And if you look at Longs accomplishments, he is way ahead of Purdy. Heisman finalist, Davey O’Brien award winner, consensus 1st team all American, and a conference title.
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