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KF up to #4
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I think that is fair. Since the Drew Tate miracle on New Years Day, he has an exactly .500 record with a 9-4 and 11-2 sandwiched in the middle. I know others disagree but for me that deserves a hot seat.
2005 - 7-6
2006 - 6-7
2007 - 6-6
2008 - 9-4
2009 - 11-2
2010 - 8-5
2011 - 7-6
2012 - 4-8
This post was edited by Denverhawk 16 months ago
Not sticking up for KF but if you skew stats then your argument isn't that strong. Looking at the whole from the years you listed then I believe that is still 58-44, so nothing to write home about, but you can't say this is his record, and these two years don't count.
He could be #1 and it won't make a lick of difference. Unless some one steps up with some serious dough or they fire Barta. But for what it is worth, he should be in the hot seat
Gold medals aren't really made of gold. They're made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.
2011: Iowa #19 with $50.5 in football revenue for a profit of $28.9 million
Iowa was 6th in Athletic Profit, behind only Texas, Michigan, Alabama, Ohio St, & Notre Dame. Tied with LSU.
Data from the U.S. Department of Education reveals the University of Texas earned unprecedented profits from its football program while other schools, such as TCU, try to keep up.
You said "lick" -- any pun intended!
The most sickening thing about that article, the amount of money the school makes and the little amount we spend for recruiting. Whatever Tennessee is spending on recruiting we need to be spending triple.
How many of those wins are against cupcake teams?
Depends your consideration of cupcake teams
Here you go
How many were against ranked teams or bowl eligible teams?
I also have to agree with Buck Russell, you can't skew the numbers by throwing two years out where we were 20-6 and say we were .500% over the last 8 years.
Over a three year span we were 28-11 with 2010 being the year Clayborne and the D gang left us all down. We had alot of 3 point or less games in that span. In 2010 that was the 3rd year in a row that my wife and I went to every game over the duration and after 2010 we felt drained. So close but Iowa ran out of gas time after time. It was disheartening, but we'll be back next year at it again!
This post was edited by ihawks76 16 months ago
Without looking closely, I see 2 Rosebowl Teams in their
Yep and a BCS team this year, one last year, obviously one in 2009, then quite a few ten win teams I believe
also, how many of those losses were to cupcake teams? (and at home?)
Updated with other team results
Ball State (4-7)
UNI (11-4 #2 in FCS lost in championship game)
Wisconsin (10-3 #15 finish, 24-10 win in Cap One Bowl)
Minnesota (7-5, 34-31 loss in Music Bowl)
Montana (12-2, Loss 19-17 in FCS semi-final)
Iowa State (4-8)
Purdue (8-6, 24-7 loss in Citrus Bowl)
N Illinois (7-6, 37-7 loss in Poinsettia Bowl)
N Illinois (2-10)
Illinois (9-4 #18 finish, loss in Rose Bowl 49-17)
MSU (7-6, loss in Citrus Bowl 24-21)
Maine (8-5, first round playoff loss to UNI)
Wisconsin (7-6, loss in Citrus Bowl 42-13)
Penn St (11-2 # 8 finish, loss in Rose Bowl 38-24)
Minnesota (7-6, loss in Insight Bowl 42-21)
South Carolina (7-6, Bowl Game, Iowa only team from Big Ten to win bowl game)
UNI (7-4 #18 FCS)
ISU (7-6,Insight Bowl win 14-13)
Arizona (8-5 #23 finish, loss in Holiday Bowl 33-0)
Penn St 11-2 #8 finish, Cap One Bowl win 19-17)
Arkansas St (4-8)
Wisconsin (10-3 #16 finish, Champ Sports Bowl win 20-14)
MSU (6-7, Alamo Bowl loss 41-31)
Minnesota (6-7, Insight Bowl loss 14-13)
GT (11-3 #13 Finish)
E Illinois (2-10 ?)
Ball State (4-8)
Penn St (7-6, loss in Outback Bowl 37-24)
Michigan (7-6, loss in Gator Bowl 52-14)
Michigan St (11-2 #14 finish, loss in Cap One Bowl 49-7)
Mizzou (10-3 #18 finish)
Tenn Tech (7-4 #20 finish in FCS, first round playoff loss 34-14)
Pitt (6-7 Compass Bowl loss 28-6)
Louisiana Monroe (4-8)
NW (6-7, Car Care Bowl loss 33-22)
Michigan (11-2 #9 finish, Sugar Bowl win 23-20)
Purdue (8-5, Pizza Bowl win 37-32)
NIU (12-1 #15, Orange Bowl bound)
Minnesota (6-6, Car Care Bowl bound)
MSU (6-6 BWW Bowl Bound)
PS those last two teams (Purdue in 2011 and MSU this year) trying to see who could get to the tastiest bowl game ever
This post was edited by Buck Russell 16 months ago
I dont feel i skewed numbers. I looked at the overall record as well. I kept it out because I feel that those two years were exceptions, and during an 8 year span its been very average and mediocre. I also wanted to exclude " woulda shoulda coulda" arguments based upon close games, bad bounces or breaks, good bounces, etc. I think those two seasons spin more sunshine on it than quite frankly I feel the record deserves. I don't expect 11 wins a season, I do expect 8-9 wins a season.
All games in that time, wins and losses, home and away and opponent Sagarin rating. This way you can judge for yourself what you consider cupcakes and whatever else in that time. Last stats that I am adding to this thread
Ball State (Home win vs. 104)
ISU (Away loss vs 30)
UNI (Home win vs 87)
Ohio State (Away loss vs 3)
Illinois (Home win vs 96)
Purdue (Away win vs 37)
Indiana (Home win vs 74)
Michigan ( Home loss vs 16)
Northwestern ( Away loss vs 34)
Wisconsin ( Away win vs 14)
Minnesota ( Home win vs 27)
Florida (Neutral loss vs 19)
Montana (Home win vs 70)
Syracuse (Away win 66)
ISU (Home win 90)
Illinois (Away win vs 108)
Ohio State (Home loss vs 4)
Purdue (Home win vs 62)
Indiana (Away loss vs 84)
Michigan (Away loss vs 7)
NIU (Home win vs 85)
Northwest (Home loss vs 93)
Wisconsin (Home loss vs 9)
Minnesota (Away loss vs 48)
Texas (Neutral loss vs 19)
NIU (Neutral win vs 150)
Syracuse (Home win vs 113)
ISU (Away loss vs 92)
Wisconsin (Away loss vs 36)
Indiana (Home loss vs 72)
Penn St (Away loss vs 26)
Illinois (Home win vs 30)
Purdue (Away loss vs 57)
MSU (Home win vs 47)
Northwestern (Away win vs 86)
Minnesota (Home win vs 123)
Western Michigna (Home loss vs 106)
Maine (Home win vs 109)
FIU (Home win vs 113)
ISU (Home win vs 114)
Pitt (Away loss vs 27)
NW (Home loss 44)
MSU (Away loss vs 33)
Indiana (Away win vs 125)
Wisconsin (Home win vs 61)
Illinois (Away loss vs 68)
Penn St (Home win vs 8)
Purdue (Home win vs 78)
Minnesota (Away win 75)
South Carolina (Neutral win vs 38)
UNI (Home win vs 102)
Iowa State (Away win vs 66)
Arizona (Home win vs 37)
Penn St (Away winvs 10)
Arkansas St (Home win vs 129)
Michigan (Home win vs 81)
Wisconsin (Away win vs 23)
Michigan St (Away win vs 55)
Indiana (Home win vs 98)
NW (Home loss vs 61)
Ohio State (Away loss vs 6)
Minnesota (Home win vs 64)
GT (Neutral win vs 12)
Eastern Illinois (Home win vs 213)
ISU (Home win vs 65)
Arizona (Away loss vs 30)
Ball St (Home win vs 160)
Penn St (Home win vs 50)
Michigan (Away win vs 60)
Wisconsin (Home loss vs 12)
Michigan State (Home win vs 31)
Indiana (Away win vs 98)
NW (Away loss vs 71)
Ohio State (Home loss vs 7)
Minnesota (Away loss vs 93)
Mizzou (Neutral win vs 17)
Tenn Tech (Home win vs 161)
ISU (Away loss vs 43)
Pitt (Home win vs 69)
Louisiana Monroe (Home win vs 124)
Penn State (Away loss vs 28)
NW (Home win vs 58)
Indiana (Home win vs 139)
Minnesota (Away loss vs 88)
Michigan (Home win vs 11)
Michigan State (Home loss vs 18)
Purdue (Away win vs 65)
Nebraska (Away loss vs 25)
Oklahoma (Neutral loss vs 4)
NIU (Neutral win vs 34)
ISU (Home loss vs 38)
UNI (Home win vs 90)
Central Michigan (Home loss vs 120)
Minnesota (Home win vs 72)
Michigan State (Away win vs 41)
Penn St (Home loss vs 35)
NW (Away loss vs 32)
Indiana (Away loss vs 73)
Purdue (Home loss vs 61)
Michigan (Away loss vs 19)
Nebraska (Home loss vs 22)
You are a true STAT MAN! I am impressed with your retrieval of details. Always good to have the facts, no matter what side of the discussion you sit on.
I feel people on both sides of the argument are entitled to their opinion, just like them to have facts to back that up. I will say I like KF, but after this season , am getting tired of things. I will probably never be one to say let's fire him because I think of the b-ball team and Davis, Besides I think the team has been on a down slide and will rebound like they have before (2008-2010)
I could not agree more with you on this part! Wow, stats! Buck, i hope you were a math major!
History, always had to research
Thanks uncle Buck. I enjoyed reading the numbers.
I hope to that Iowa will be on the up swing in the next 3 years.
I was a history major as well. Now I sell lumber.
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