All fair points. However, I felt it was beyond credit - it literally turned into the CycloneNation appreciation fest. More gushing over ISU, Jon...
ISU losing several defensive players as well. Their quarterback will be the one notable advantage.
Steve Deace typically has a pretty good analysis, but statistics and analytics aside, he most certainly does have a disdain for the Iowa Football...
I’d say 8-4 most likely with 9-3 as the ceiling. Just missing out on Indy again. Still a really good year playing a legitimate schedule.
You’re a real piece of work. Wow.
Barely getting by Drake and UNI, it was about time that their luck wore off.
I’m entitled to my opinion as are you, doesn’t mean that cannot equate to a shared interest in the same outcome.
Nice try. Iowa alum class of 2007.
Defense against the run is soft and pass soft is especially soft, part of which I understand.
7-5, at best. This team is just a whole lot of average.
The real question at hand, what percentage of FBS teams actually still us a fullback in their offense? I’ll hang up and listen.
For those at the game, did any of you see if he was moving around/walking on the sideline after the injury?
Turnover, where a drive would’ve effectively ended the game, turns into a 14-point swing. Pathetic.
The camp practice sessions cause this; then, when the defense actually encounters one in a real game, that opposing QB looks like Tom Brady. New...
I don’t understand, and never have, the 10 yard cushions when it’s 3rd and long by our opponent.
Good one, bro!
Wow, this Iowa team is overwhelmingly unimpressive. I feel like every year it’s like watching the exact same movie.
ISU’s offense is more vanilla than Iowa’s, and that’s saying something. Not impressed at all.
I absolutely revel in watching Purdue lose. Their posters over here trying to tell us how their program is on the rise is just annoying. Glad we...
Original poster probably a State or Nebulous fan, disguising as a Hawk fan. Wish these people would just be banned with the IP address recorded....