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Discussion in 'Mens Basketball' started by Gunnerclone, Oct 25, 2019.
My sources are saying I should have one more whiskey cause tomorrow is gonna be rough regardless.
Can’t wait to go back and quote a bunch of messages guaranteeing him being a cyclone tomorrow at work. You people are clowns. He’s was going to be a hawk from the beginning.
Only reason we had any hope was because of you idiots. Nice work losers
What phones were you working?
Where’s the ‘insecure’ emoji? Do I have to pay extra?
No offense but I’ll believe that when I see it. They are going to need somebody to play next year in the post and Prohm’s big man recruiting, especially in the transfer market is spotty at best.
Dude seems mad.
I would like to think as ISU fans we are big enough to not get super defensive when the Iowa fans come here to pound their chest tomorrow. I know it might seem petty, but they haven’t landed a recruit with another Power 5 offer since early August of 2017 so let them have their day.
Since tomorrow is Veterans Day I will be looking for an old WWII picture of my dad I haven't scanned yet to post to friends and family. Will be a better use of my time than listening to some kids presser or reading the bleatings of tavern hawks from Iowa.
Iowa fans will be happy about this for a day or maybe even until the Gophers walk off with the pig Saturday.
Then, we can go back to normal.
Xavier should have fun playing in Hilton two years. I’m sure he’s going to get nice receptions
They already have Young, Conditt, Griffin and Blackwell. Ideally they'll get some type of transfer, but they don't need someone to come in and play right away next year.
You forgot Johnson
People were wrong on the internet. Good thing you’re here to set them straight.
I was told that he was not going to the Iowa game on Friday, so either Xavier and his father misled Iowa State, or something changed and he decided to go. Although I was confident he’d be a Cyclone, and we’ll see what happens, I did state many times that you never know with a young kid. I hope he chooses Iowa State, but if he doesn’t, good luck to him
Just my opinion, but I'm guessing the father was super involved from the beginning, which he should be, but it's obvious that Foster's recruitment didn't blow up like everyone, including the family, thought it might a couple years ago.
His sophomore year he was a 5 star and top 25 in the nation, and appeared to have one n done potential. KU offered, Duke and UNC had contacted him. I think his father took control of the situation, and rightfully so, because that's some pretty heady stuff for a sophomore.
However, his recruitment dwindled, and it came down to schools in a small state, between two staffs that are very clean in terms of recruiting. Had it always been Iowa and Iowa St, I'm not sure the father would have needed to oversee it as much.