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Discussion in 'Football' started by Clonefan32, Aug 26, 2019.
Not gonna lie, I got a little choked up when they said it was for us.
My desk is currently levitating....
Seriously though if this isn't a middle finger to the national media I don't know what is.
The football department has an amazing social media team.
I feel like it works either way! lol
Iowa State Athletics continues to have the best marketing and video production in the state by miles.
yummy, never done coke but would probably try that. Grape, orange, or cherry?
That is freaking awesome
I’ve never even spoken to CMC but I would run through a damn brick wall for that man
We really need to talk to @ChrisMWilliams about getting the eggplant emoji on here after watching this.
It. Is. AWESOME!!!
Won't be useful for all of us...but I understand the sentiment.
Maybe I’ve been away from ISU for too long, but that video just doesn’t do it for me.
Part of it is the voice; part of it is that I’m tired of hearing about how others think (negatively) of ISU. It’s simply not important to me. I’m tired of hearing thoughts that make ISU out as the perennial underdog or that it’s us against the world. I’m given the impression that neither our players or coaches think that way.
What we believe we are is more inspiring to me than what we believe we aren’t, especially in comparison to what some general “they” say. I am given the impression that our coaches and players believe they have been winning in the dark all offseason and it’s time for them to prove their own beliefs/work on the field under the lights. That’s what I am excited to see and it is in no way altered by what some random media personality thinks about the team.
I think it's time to play the games if we are arguing over what "Prove It" means and to whom we need to "Prove It" to.
Not trying to argue with anyone, just stating a belief. That said I completely agree that it’s about damn time for the season to start.
The second half of the video was nice, just wish it wasn’t couched as some response to what “they” say. I think if you cut out all the stuff about what other people say, the video is only improved.