This has really gotten a bit too personal for you, hasn't it? It sounds like you have some other issues going on besides this. Just remember one thing, one day we will all be judged, and everything happens for a reason. I truly believe that, and feel that both parties in this will be better for it in the long run. As for your personal attack on Mckenna's character, I think it's a bit presumptive of any of us to do that when none of us have all the facts. The only way anyone is successful is with a strong community of people behind them. This goes for ISU as well. That's just my opinion, which is what all of this talk is anyways.Think again dumb arse. With the complete departure of Phizer and big incomes leaving the area every single penny will be missed. I have sat in the stands and cheered my heart out for these kids over the years but I do not intend to support anyone who then wants to throw these same kids out with the trash. And then think you are going to justify it by saying this is how college sports works. It is a game not life and death. Respect and pride. Morals and values. We as a society are losing these things daily and we justify it by saying "all for the greater good." What really should be said is "doesn't matter who I screwed today because I'll be better for it tomorrow." "ME, ME, ME"
I'll be sure to post again in Jan when we can't sell the empty seats!
Try and tell a coach it's a game! No...in fact, it is his job. I don't know if you realize it, but coaching is how he pays the bills. Having players that are good for his program and winning games is how he continues to pay the bills at his household. I really don't think it is a game to him.It is a game not life and death.