Brownings comments make me wonder how much cleaning house on the defensive coaching staff was also damage control for kids hitting the transfer portal. Retaining anybody other than Larry May have cost us some real talent and 2018 wouldn’t have been the only disappointing year on defense.
They aren’t in a conference, you have no point. Like asking if we should have played penn state and Michigan state.
I know, just terrible the level of effort in these free articles.......
My dad’s advice, expect more of yourself and show it, then expect more from your kids. Set the example that you can always find fault in youself and can always Improve or be a better man than you were yesterday.
Or committing PI........
Puts me in the mind of if Jea’Sean Tate played football, this what he would look like.
Wonder if Jim ran the same system at Stanford, might be a little gap in the general aptitude of a Stanford lineman vs a Ann Arbor community college lineman.
Didn't he coach o line at ND before OSU, funny you don't see any players named from other places he coached. Maybe the program also has something to do with it?
Well put. We also only have 3 million people to keep happy. Interesting that our infrastructure is #1. My accountant and I were having this discussion the other day over how high our state and corporate tax rates are in Iowa versus some of our neighbors excluding Illinois. We were trying to figure out where the money is spent since they keep cutting the state universities budgets.
Pretty sure he just hit apex of his eleven Warriors career with this one.
If you would have told me we would only have one conference loss at this point in the season I wouldn’t have believed you! My apologies to the basketbucks for the lack of respect early on, they have well earned it.
I’d put Snyder on the d line, his knowledge and skill at getting leverage, have a feeling he would make any lineman look foolish on his way into the backfield.
Just my opinion, Wody would probably prefer you take the money for a statue and pay it forward. Not sure what, but a scholarship endowment, something with a children’s hospital, quite frankly anything that helps people. Statue is kind of neat, but at the same time, 50 years from now, most folks will have no personal connection to Woody.
So true on the sales side, Fred Hoiberg’s house was for sale for at least a year after he left in Ames. Matt Campbell bought a nice house but bought one in one of the nice developments in Ames rather than a very private and exclusive home.
Also, I think the list puts Iowa as the 9th cheapest state, not the 2nd.
TRue, no matter how blatant, no flag, doesn’t matter
I was hoping I was the only one who felt this way. Not even planning on watching the game Saturday, going to turn on the radio and work on home projects which means I'll be less irritated if we have a hangover from Iowa.
Completely agree, think he will wait for the right opportunity and right fit. Cyclone fans are funny because they are like "you just have to make us respectable and bowl eligible and we'll let you stay forever and pay you and not run you out of town when we have a couple bad seasons." Probably won't pay him like Ferentz but will make it a respectable job. The Iowa fans all claim they pay Ferentz so much so the NFL won't steal him.......
As weird as it sounds I don't think Campbell leaves Iowa State this year. I think he is personally committed to 3 years based on comments he has made and think he gets a raise this year for sure. Their fans absolutely detest even talking about him leaving and were all mad about Herbstreets comments last week about him.
You sure the "T" doesn't stand for Touchdowns?
We were there and the fans were hilarious when they got a first down. Guy in our section after Nebraska scored started yelling "only five more times." It turned into 6 more times after we scored again.
I'd have to agree with that. State institutions are required to be a pretty open book to the public, this however is a stretch. They could just make up a roster/ depth chart and list everyone as starters to appease the request.
The robot is definitely interesting. The problem still is what do you do with all the data and how do you make a actionable decision with it that either improves yields or reduces input costs. Farming still comes down to making a profit and if the technology doesn't improve the bottom line, then it will little to no adoption. May have use in test plots and plant breeding for improved analysis and you have very accurate yield measurements of the plants. Also, leave up to Illinois to focus on a biomass sorghum that is not grown by a single farmer in the Midwest.
Iowa is going to get dumped by Iowa State this year. This is a big rivalry in the state and the Cyclones new coach got things going late in the last season. Ferentz also isn't due for a good season for another two years since he is on the 4 year plan, 3 years of below expectations followed by a year of exceeding expectations (shoe him in for the 2019 BIG COY) to get his contract extended.
Radius is small on a football reducing the influence that a little weight to one side would have if not perfectly balanced. Not sure what the average and peak rotational speeds are on a good spiral though. If it were me throwing it would be pretty low, but curious what someone like Cardale would produce.
Navy, completely agree that it's not worth the cost, was just making the pint it is possible. Friend and I had a discussion this morning on how the ball is placed between downs where on official just eyeballs it from the marker after an incomplete pass, we are splitting hairs when trying to get more than probably +/- a foot unless you have someone dive directly to the ground with the ball in direct line of sight for a referee.
Cameras in the chains was a point of discussion in the office this morning would be good but still relies on line of sight like the line judge not ataning in front of it as he try's to call and determine the spot himself.