View Poll Results: Who takes over at ISU

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  • Chris Bono

    15 23.81%
  • Joe Heskett

    11 17.46%
  • Cody Sanderson

    2 3.17%
  • Kevin Jackson

    7 11.11%
  • Other Top Head coach

    13 20.63%
  • Other Top Assistant From another program

    15 23.81%
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Thread: Who takes over at Iowa State?

  1. #28

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    I would love to see Heskett in that job.

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    Default Re: Who takes over at Iowa State?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wiltz View Post
    You would think tOSU athletic department would have a far bigger budget than ISU.
    tOSU has the largest athletic budget in the nation, but they also have 39 sports between the men and women.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrawlik View Post
    tOSU has the largest athletic budget in the nation, but they also have 39 sports between the men and women.
    Who wins generally, the men or the women?

  4. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestater View Post
    I would love to see Heskett in that job.
    As would I. Pipeline to Ohio as well, would be a good move for the Cyclones.

  5. #32

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    Bring back Bobby Douglas and the fanny pack!!



  6. #33

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    I like the Heskett choice - class young man and success as an athlete at ISU. I suspect that, however, until Pollard is gone as AD no incoming wrestling coach will have much chance at success.

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    Koll won't come.
    Brands probably won't be offered because he's a Hawkeye. And if he was offered, he might not take it, for the same reason. Then, again ...
    Ryan's having too much success at tOSU, isn't he?
    Manning is a Nebraska homer, (the state, not the university), and he's doing well there.
    Borelli would be awesome, but he's a legend at CMU, and doing well there.
    How is Heskett's health? Is he up to this?
    Bono!
    Maybe a year of Bobby Douglas back at the helm, then take another look around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gg121and2 View Post
    I like the Heskett choice - class young man and success as an athlete at ISU. I suspect that, however, until Pollard is gone as AD no incoming wrestling coach will have much chance at success.
    Yep

  9. #36

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    Quote Originally Posted by grapplefan View Post
    Koll won't come.
    Brands probably won't be offered because he's a Hawkeye. And if he was offered, he might not take it, for the same reason. Then, again ...
    Ryan's having too much success at tOSU, isn't he?
    Manning is a Nebraska homer, (the state, not the university), and he's doing well there.
    Borelli would be awesome, but he's a legend at CMU, and doing well there.
    How is Heskett's health? Is he up to this?
    Bono!
    Maybe a year of Bobby Douglas back at the helm, then take another look around?
    That would be my concern - if the stress of being a head coach at such a prominent D1 program would be bad for his health.
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