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Post by Sue Kels » Sun, 11 Sep 2005 08:20:40


The first cookout is tonight....tomorrow we leave at 9:30 for Ames.  Got 2
tailgate parties to attend.....then my Iowa Hawkeye husband got 4th row
tickets for his Iowa State Fan wife.

If only it wasn't going to be 92 degrees, it would be a perfect day.  After
the Clones win of course.

sue k

--
      "He who sees the calamity of other people finds his own calamity
light"
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Post by btpage0.. » Sun, 11 Sep 2005 08:55:26

Sue surprised me with the following:

Quote:
>If only it wasn't going to be 92 degrees, it would be a perfect day.  After
>the Clones win of course.

Was that really a weaux from an Iowa St fan?

woah.

Brent

 
 
 

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Post by Jim Brow » Sun, 11 Sep 2005 11:39:52


Quote:
> The first cookout is tonight....tomorrow we leave at 9:30 for Ames.  Got 2
> tailgate parties to attend.....then my Iowa Hawkeye husband got 4th row
> tickets for his Iowa State Fan wife.

> If only it wasn't going to be 92 degrees, it would be a perfect day.
After
> the Clones win of course.

You and I see this as more likely than the rest of the nation does.  ISU
treats this game as bigger than their bowl as far as seasons go.  They will
be up for this.  The wind is supposed to be blowin tommorrow, if its very
gusty, Iowa may have to depend on its unproven ground game.  Is Yelk kicking
for ISU tomorrow?   If not, they seem to have noone else.

If Tate is hitting at all, I dont look for this to be real close.  If ISU
can stop the passing game, they will have a real shot.  The crowd may come
into it late, but lots of Hawks seem to get tickets for this one.

This is Iowas only real game before B10.  It would be nice to come out of it
with some semblence of a running game.

Quote:

> sue k

> --
>       "He who sees the calamity of other people finds his own calamity
> light"
>  Arabian Proverb quotes


 
 
 

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Post by Sue Kels » Sun, 11 Sep 2005 12:05:58


Quote:



>> The first cookout is tonight....tomorrow we leave at 9:30 for Ames.  Got
>> 2
>> tailgate parties to attend.....then my Iowa Hawkeye husband got 4th row
>> tickets for his Iowa State Fan wife.

>> If only it wasn't going to be 92 degrees, it would be a perfect day.
> After
>> the Clones win of course.

> You and I see this as more likely than the rest of the nation does.  ISU
> treats this game as bigger than their bowl as far as seasons go.  They
> will
> be up for this.  The wind is supposed to be blowin tommorrow, if its very
> gusty, Iowa may have to depend on its unproven ground game.  Is Yelk
> kicking
> for ISU tomorrow?   If not, they seem to have noone else.

> If Tate is hitting at all, I dont look for this to be real close.  If ISU
> can stop the passing game, they will have a real shot.

isn't that why they put Berryman back on scholarship?

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>> sue k

>> --
>>       "He who sees the calamity of other people finds his own calamity
>> light"
>>  Arabian Proverb quotes

 
 
 

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Post by Cornhuskeres » Mon, 12 Sep 2005 05:13:58

Quote:

> Sue surprised me with the following:
>> If only it wasn't going to be 92 degrees, it would be a perfect day.
>> After the Clones win of course.

> Was that really a weaux from an Iowa St fan?

> woah.

> Brent

Scary stuff.

~~Geri~~
(Sanctimonious Cornhusker Homerkook)

"We all have times when we must choose between the grasshopper and the
scorpion."

 
 
 

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Post by Sue Kels » Tue, 13 Sep 2005 00:07:29


Quote:

>> Sue surprised me with the following:
>>> If only it wasn't going to be 92 degrees, it would be a perfect day.
>>> After the Clones win of course.

>> Was that really a weaux from an Iowa St fan?

>> woah.

>> Brent

> Scary stuff.

> ~~Geri~~
> (Sanctimonious Cornhusker Homerkook)

weaux gods be damned....

Iowa looked like crap.  The offense was completely out of sync from their
first possession.  I wonder if only letting them play less than 1 half last
week in the scrimmage against Ball State hurt them more than helped them.

Iowa States kicking game still sucks...Yelk misses a field goal with the
wind at his back, makes one into the wind?  we won't even talk about that
missed PAT.

The wind was a definite factor.  During the first quarter, ISU had the wind
at their back and that was when Meyer kept overthrowing his receivers.  I
wonder if it was a factor on Ferentz (kirks son) hiking the ball over Tates
head.

We arrived in Ames at 10:01 and it was hopping.  Took us longer to get off
Highway 30 into a parking spot then it did to drive from Des Moines.  It was
crazy, it was nuts, it was very fun.  Drank 1 bottle of water for every 2
beers.  The sun was relentless, glad there was a wind.  Must have been at
least 10,000 people who didn't even go into the game, just there to party.

Had fun waving at the Hawkeye buses as they drove out of town.  I'm sure it
was a long ride home.

sue k

 
 
 

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Post by Sue Kels » Tue, 13 Sep 2005 00:29:08

oh, and what else was cool was saying hi to Curtis Stimson and Will
Blaylock.  They were with 2 other tall guys but I don't know who they were.

Also saw Julias Michalik (no idea how to spell that).  He played back in the
Hoiberg/Loren Meyer era.  He stopped by our bus for a refreshing beverage
after the game.  Still tall, less hair.

sue k

 
 
 

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Post by Cornhuskeres » Tue, 13 Sep 2005 00:31:30

Quote:

> oh, and what else was cool was saying hi to Curtis Stimson and Will
> Blaylock.  They were with 2 other tall guys but I don't know who they
> were.
> Also saw Julias Michalik (no idea how to spell that).  He played back
> in the Hoiberg/Loren Meyer era.  He stopped by our bus for a
> refreshing beverage after the game.  Still tall, less hair.

> sue k

DYGA?

~~Geri~~
(Sanctimonious Cornhusker Homerkook)

"We all have times when we must choose between the grasshopper and the
scorpion."

 
 
 

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Post by Sue Kels » Tue, 13 Sep 2005 00:45:51


Quote:

>> oh, and what else was cool was saying hi to Curtis Stimson and Will
>> Blaylock.  They were with 2 other tall guys but I don't know who they
>> were.
>> Also saw Julias Michalik (no idea how to spell that).  He played back
>> in the Hoiberg/Loren Meyer era.  He stopped by our bus for a
>> refreshing beverage after the game.  Still tall, less hair.

>> sue k

> DYGA?

> ~~Geri~~
> (Sanctimonious Cornhusker Homerkook)

>I would have only wanted any if it had been Elmer Robinson.  The best body
>to ever wear a cyclone uniform.

sue k

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