J. Hayden Fry.What sick ridiculous puppets we are and what gross little stage we dance on
What fun we have dancing and fucking. Not a care in the world.
Not knowing that we are nothing. We are not what was intended.
Innocent? Is that supposed to be funny? An obese man... a disgusting man who could barely stand up;
a man who if you saw him on the street, you'd point him out to your friends so that they could join you in mocking him;
a man, who if you saw him while you were eating, you wouldn't be able to finish your meal.
After him, I picked the lawyer and I know you both must have been secretly thanking me for that one.
Will Iowa beat Nebrantska? Hayden Fry did once and he is 84 years old this year.
Miss Lippy drives a blue car
This is a man who dedicated his life to making money by lying with every breath that he could muster to keeping murderers and rapists on the streets!
LOLIn Iowa City, Tommy Armstrong took care of business over Iowa. He is 1-1-1 in three years at Nebrantska head to head against Iowa. the tie (he didn't play in the one game). Teams often trump one players. Armstrong has a victory over Iowa already, so when I look at 1981 being the last time Iowa beat Nebrantska in Iowa City (I am not taking anything lightly).
There shall be no beer in the Statuium
Nebrantska, Indiana and Michigan allow no beer nor booze.
All others have some beer, with Minnesota, Maryland and now, Ohio State having it stadium wide in 2016.
By the way, Scott Dochterman has a Commentary on "Imagine an SEC-Big Ten Football challange"
BTW, is it an or a or am I off on my English here?
Iowa at Ole Miss ... tailgate heaven!
Some of the match ups appear real forced, like South Carolina at Maryland. Or, do I miss something there?
Illinois vs. Missouri is a natural match up.
I would suggest Northwestern vs. Vanderbilt is more natural. Purdue and Georgia are state universities.
I don't see a 14 vs. 14 match up any time soon, but a couple games each year make sense.
A couple should be annual, like Missouri/Illinois ...
Indiana at Kentucky seems to be a no brainer.
Minnesota lost $15,000 after selling beer in year one?
Texas generated $1.8 million, with a $813,000 profit per Austin paper.
How 'bout those Gophers @seam ... not expecting a 1967 type season for them.
Your formatting issues ruin the fun.So, Baylor granted 5 recruits releases, transfer talk
NewBaylor releases five 2016 signees from national letters of intent
Story from ESPN
Indiana loses two reserves (second string RG and FS)
Nebrantska #22 by Phil Steele.
Clearly Iowa was fortunate in outings at Wisconsin and Nebrantska last year. Ultimately, both opponents, slowed the Iowa offense. Turnovers turned out to favor Iowa greatly in both wins.
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TE - George Kittle has never played 12 games.
holeee fuckPK - Nate Kaeding was the best performer ever at this position. However, 2008 Penn State and 2015 Pittsburgh were won by Iowa and a FG won the game. Iowa's offense is best served by 6 and not 3 points. We need points in 2016 and hopefully an XP will be what our PKs specialize in during 2016.
This line cracks me up everytime I read it.Wisconsin was +3 last year, after -9 in 2014. Who is QB in 2016?
We only have so many CID posts to work with. They are little nuggets of gold to be properly shared. Yet you continue to fuck them up with basic errors like failing to include thread titles (which can add A TON), formatting fuck ups, etc.
NewI am happy the Kirk Ferentz and the Iowa staff has moved Ryan Boyle to WR/STs.
In 2003, Drew Stanton played on special teams where he made several impressive open field tackles. However, Stanton injured his knee in the Alamo Bowlagainst the University of Nebrantska while covering a punt and had to undergo reconstructive surgery. After becoming the starter in 2004 at QB for MSU.
It is amazing how snake bit Iowa is for QBs for the NFL and how MSU has seen many stick, including Stanton last year at Arizona.
The key to division play is to win your division. Otherwise, there is zero opportunity for a Big Ten title. Talking about the CFP or Rose Bowl is stupid, since there are no guarantees in College Football.
A popular choice seems to be 10-2 or 9-3 for 2016. One sole, maybe it has risen, picked Iowa at 6-6. Frankly, depth and new parts make this season a hard one to project in the I am a giant douche West.
In 1984, Iowa was destroyed by injuries, but they beat Michigan 26-0, Bo's first blanking, if I recall right.