Iowa Cuts Price Of Men's Basketball Season Tickets: Mostly because no one likes Iowa basketball and Steve Alford should be fired.

Heck, it would probably be a better use of trees to litter the Pentacrest with "Vote for Fallon" fliers, instead of printing tickets.

I believe this is a fitting time to recognize the oustanding accomplishments of Tom Niblock. After all, he is the courageous young College of Business senator who, only days after a devastating electoral defeat in Spring 2005, stood up to the special interests and publicly called for a decrease in men's basketball ticket prices. On this occasion, we should honor his visionary leadership and foresight.
What an anonymous patriot. I say, throw the bum out of office. Again.
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