I think they try to bring freshman QBs to road games so they can experience things like airplanes, road meetings, and continental breakfasts.Has anyone on here heard anything about the staff liking Labus? I noticed he traveled and dressed for the Maryland game and that doesn’t normally seem like Iowa would bring 4qbs to a road game.
ok that makes sense then. I was under the impression they had gone back to limited travel #s so I thought it was potentially noteworthy that Iowa decided to take 4 qbs to a road game.I am pretty sure they are still under the relaxed travel rules where you can bring more players to away games.
I've noticed that as well. It's like they want to keep that advantage in their pocket until they really need it, as opposed to using it until the opposition adjusts.I put this in the NFL thread but is better here.... what I don't get about football is why the Ferentz's don't adjust or punish teams for being overly aggressive until they finally stop it. They for whatever reason only seem to be willing to run 1-2 plays each game that really punish the other team and catch them off guard. Yesterday it was the play to Rigatoni to take the lead. Penn State was slamming 9 guys into the box and/or over pursuing and FINALLY Iowa runs a misdirection play that is wide open for a TD. That is great, but why not do it over and over until they stop?
Is this just a weird football thing? I can't imagine a basketball player that could dribble strong with both hands but the defender kept overplaying the right hand leaving the lane open wouldn't just dribble left and take the layup over and over until they sent help or stopped him, and at that point he would just wait to see where the double was coming from and kick it to that side for a wide open three or layup.
Not sure why Iowa refuses to do this.
I think they think these plays are limited magic beans that you don't bring out until you are desperate because there are only so many. It has to be pure philosophy as I don't think for a second that is the case if teams are overplaying you. They essentially are giving you a truckload of magic beans and begging you to use them against them.I've noticed that as well. It's like they want to keep that advantage in their pocket until they really need it, as opposed to using it until the opposition adjusts.
Here is the thing to ask yourself..... how much are you going to save by buying them now compared to how much are you going to lose by having to sell them later.Would buying from stubhub be the best option? Also (and I hate to ask this), is it easy to re-sell tickets purchased from stubhub if things don’t work out the way we want?