This is obvious, but we should continue to applaud Rahshon...and then some. We're all caught up in wins and losses and love him...but i thought a lot today about how impressive it is that he: stayed after the WM firing when so many of his friends left and continues to show class on the court. He could've taken the easy road out and we wouldn't have had any hard feelings. Instead, he stayed and has been all class in the face of a couple of rebuilding years....his last 2 years. I realized how much i appreciate and admire the kid today. Like Grayer, Fred, Julo, Fizer and Jake - he will always be one of my favorite Cyclones...but in a different way. Good on you, Rahshon.