In my duties as unofficial Roast Master for the Quadrangle of Hate, it has come to my attention that it is high time for some Iowa hate. I’d like to start out with something first. I’m sorry. Yes Iowa fans, I’m sorry. I’m sorry that your sad excuse of an athletic department (and really university as a whole) is so terrified of what happens when you lose a slightly above average football coach and slightly below average athletic director that no amount of departmental incompetence will keep them from contract extensions. I pity you because their concerns are completely justified. You should be terrified. Iowa has 3-9 written all over it. Iowa’s a smarter Iowa State and you all know it. Sure Iowa
NOVEMBER 25: A Missouri Tigers logo is seen on the locker room door at Memorial Stadium on November 25, 2016 in Columbia, Missouri. Missouri has found a novel idea to use empty space in its dorm buildings and make a little money. In the face of declining enrollment and slashed funding from the state, the school is going to rent out dorm rooms for traveling football fans in 2017.
The most famous head coach in the history of Arizona State athletics has passed. The university confirmed Thursday that the legendary Frank Kush died earlier in the day of unknown causes. He was 88 years old. After finishing his collegiate playing career at Michigan State and a stint in the Army, Kush’s first job in coaching was as the line coach for the Sun Devils in 1955. When Dan Devine left to become the head coach at Missouri in December of 1957, Kush was promoted to head coach. Kush spent the next 21½ years as the head coach at ASU, leading the Sun Devils to a 176-54-1 mark that included seven Western Athletic Conference championships. The wins are the most in the football program’s