Iowa, Ricky Stanzi, And The Speech That Healed America

Chris Myers, just four years removed from pre-empting Ian Johnson’s marriage proposal in the Fiesta Bowl, tops himself by asking Iowa QB Ricky Stanzi if he represents an entire way of life itself. Fortunately, future Iowa Governor Stanzi rises to the occasion and delivers the speech that ended the recession, brought peace to Afghanistan, and did what all that Enzyte hasn’t done yet.

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The look back to his teammates is the best, where he all but admits he just pulled a Black Sheep in response to the dumbest question ever asked of a player on live TV. Sometimes, you have to feel like you’re representing not just a team, but an entire species, right? Do you have words for the aliens watching, Ricky? “They better watch out, Chris. Earth rules!”

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