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    I am the football god

    If I wanted Iowa to win the national championship, I would create their schedule in a way so that their toughest games are away games, that would make their BCS ratings look good. And I would reach down and help them win a game that they should of lost (UNI)
    especially in way that would give them confidence afterwards. I would make sure that the rest of the nation would underestimate them each week so that they would strive harder to prove their doubters wrong. I would also make OSU lose a couple of times to open up the way for the Hawks. And also I would xxxxxxxxx.... sorry that hasn't happened yet, so I can't reveal yet what it is.

    HOW AM I DOING SO FAR?
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    Re: I am the football god

    After Iowa beat UNI in a miraculous fashion it did cross my mind that this team had a destiny, I feel more like that each week. I hope our feelings are correct.
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    Re: I am the football god

    Quote Originally Posted by HaydensHawk View Post
    After Iowa beat UNI in a miraculous fashion it did cross my mind that this team had a destiny, I feel more like that each week. I hope our feelings are correct.
    It took a few days, but that crossed my mind briefly. Winning a game like that can be one of those "stories" by the end of the season.

    If Iowa went undefeated, how many of these games do you think would be Big Ten's Greatest next year?
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    Re: I am the football god

    I knew when Iowa beat UNI by blocking 2 FG's, that this season would be special. I also knew that UNI was a very formidable opponent for our season opener (unlike most of the country)... I hear all the updates from my bro-in-law (friend/former teammate of UNI Coach Mark Farley).
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