Tag Archives: Fred Hoiberg

Positionless

No, I’m not talking about your local politicians. Believe it or not, this column idea has been on my “to do” list for a few years now, I’ve just never gotten around to dedicating 1,500 words to the topic, though … Continue reading

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2013-14 News & Notes

Over the next couple of weeks I plan to do some player profiles for all of the returning players for Iowa State assessing their accomplishments thus far by the numbers but also evaluating their games and projecting their futures. That … Continue reading

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The Gift

I really never thought it would come to an end. That is the mindset we get into with great seasons when we are so swept up by the emotion of every single game. Ironically that only seems to heighten and … Continue reading

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Basketball Blabberings 3/25/2014

DeAndre Kane was the star of Iowa State’s win over North Carolina to get to the Sweet Sixteen on Sunday, and in a lot of ways he had to be with no Georges Niang by his side. He did a … Continue reading

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Basketball Blabberings 2/23/2014

It is getting down to the nitty gritty in the Big 12 race for second place. Iowa State isn’t in too bad of position, either. The remaining games are all fairly tough with two road dates with Kansas State and … Continue reading

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The Humble Mayor

It started like most Friday evenings in the winter in small town Iowa. Outside it was cold and windy as central Iowans continued to stave off the relentless winter. Inside high school gyms everywhere though, it was warm and raucous … Continue reading

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Shooting and Spacing

Note: This article has been in the works for a little over a week and a half. It started as a look at Iowa State’s reliance on the three pointer and how it is the same and different from last … Continue reading

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Ejim’s Evolution

It wasn’t all that long ago when I would look down and shake my head; two years ago and before, to be exact. Iowa State would seemingly be in the middle of a great offensive possession. They’d be moving the … Continue reading

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Chicks Dig the Long Ball

It has been a large part of the Cyclone basketball identity since Fred Hoiberg returned to Ames and took over the program as the head coach. The long ball. As TJ Otzelberger would point out last year; three is more … Continue reading

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Heartbreak Over Indifference

As the moments, minutes, and hours have gone by my immediate frustration and displeasure with the controversial charge called on Will Clyburn has begun to subside, at least on a micro level. The story of the game was the same … Continue reading

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