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Andrew Logue's ridiculous 'column' in the Ragister makes me really wonder if
Kiah should put on her NCAA championship ring, this week and tell Gino to put it where the
sun don't shine.
Andrew Logue's headline about Kiah making the championship game made me laugh mao.
Her brother, Darius, gets more PT at Iowa than Kiah does at UConn.
And she has the Breanna Stewart freak Women's all American in front of her?
Kiah has watched more UConn basketball than any other living human being, other than Gino.
Is there a major in some university programs called 'riding the pine'?
Does somebody have Lisa Bluder's cell phone number?
'Texan by birth, Hawkeye by the Grace of God'
Some people are happy to just be along for the ride. Others want to drive the bus. To each their own.
What exactly makes the article ridiculous?
I don't understand the angst.
The article would lead you to believe that she's contributing in a significant way, when that's flat-out a
lie. Any competitive athlete wants to play, not watch. Apparently Logue is part of the 'going to UConn is better than playing for
Iowa' crowd, even though she DOESN'T play for UConn.
Even the article suggests she may be thinking about transferring.
And why wouldn't she?
I'm simply pointing out the obvious, it would seem.
Instead of glossing over the fact that it is very unlikely she is happy 'riding the pine' for Gino.
It would be the perfect time for her to Bolt. She now has a ring to show off.
And she would play 100% of the minutes in the BigTen, for Iowa.
Just letting Kiah know that she's welcome, by this Hawkeye fan.
This post was edited by Skyhawk52 12 months ago
The article in question DOES NOTHING to lead anyone to your conclusions. It flat out states that she is averaging just 10.9 minutes a game. She had a nice stat line against Idaho in the first round of the tournament...a 105-37 win, which they fail to acknowledge. So in reality they went out of their way to show us that she's NOT contributing in a significant way.
The article brings up "internet chatter" of her transferring...a far cry from suggesting that "she may be thinking about transferring".
The fact is, according to the article "the playing time is there, if she put in the effort in practice". If shes not going to put in the effort for Geno Auriemma, what the hell makes you thing she is going to for Lisa Bludder?
I wouldn't welcome her, Markisha Wright or Taylor Greenfield with a 10' pole...they had their chance to go to Iowa, they chose elsewhere, and if they're whining about PT now, that's their problem.
touched a nerve, here or ...........
Not touching a nerve...just pointing out where you're not quite right.
Where I cannot fault you, is in the fact that real athletes and competitors don't join teams just to win titles while riding the pine. The three I mentioned did just that. All three reached the final four last year, and I was thrilled that they all lost out. 4 top 100 ball players in the state of Iowa and its a shame that they couldn't all come together and build something special here. You're right, they could've all been playing twice as much at Iowa from the word go, but to me that ship has sailed.
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