Iowa football fans are using hilarious Cameo-weaponizing tactics to let the king of nepotism Brian Ferentz know how truly awful he is at coordinating the Hawkeyes’ offensive attack.
Brian Ferentz is coordinating the Iowa football team’s offense into the ground out of pure and undeniable nepotism at this point.
This isn’t like putting Bobby Newport in charge of the nougat division at Sweetums in Parks and Recreation. It is hard to hate Paul Rudd, because the man is so damn good looking and incredibly charming. Unfortunately, Kirk Ferentz’s son is bringing Iowa offensive football back to the stone ages. The Hawks are 1-1, scoring a combined 14 points in two games, including a loss in CyHawk.
Iowa football fans have had enough of this, so much so that they are getting notable Iowa alums and fellow coaches to do Cameos unintentionally for Brian, you know, to cheer him up a bit.
Former Hawkeyes defensive back and Oklahoma football legendary coach Bob Stoops wants Brian to know that his dad still supports him, but it might be time to get out of the family business.
Men’s basketball coach Fran McCaffery said that all of the Hawkeye family loves Brian, even if he is thinking about making a move back to New England.
Iowa has not scored more than 17 points in a game since beating Nebraska last Black Friday.
Iowa football fans use weaponized Cameos to take down OC Brian Ferentz
Given that Kirk Ferentz has been leading the Hawkeyes since 1999, making him the longest tenured head coach in the FBS, he is just going to do whatever he wants at this point. Winning 10 games every few years before getting boat raced in the Big Ten Championship game is good enough for the 67-year-old offensive line guru. Ferentz is fine, but his son is a massive problem…
Brian Ferentz may be a wonderful guy and a Hawkeye through and through. However, this is his sixth year coordinating the Iowa offense and things are getting progressively worse. In years past, they have been able to run the football. Unfortunately, the passing game has devolved into one of the worst you will ever see. Guess who is in his first season serving as their quarterbacks coach?
Ferentz has been on his father’s staff since 2012. While this isn’t unheard of, it has become painfully obvious to the entire college football world that it isn’t working out. Iowa has had two coaches since Big Ten legend Hayden Fry took over in 1979. Kirk Ferentz was a noted Fry disciple, but has been in Iowa City coaching the Hawkeyes longer than one of his famous mentors ever did.
Ultimately, all good things must come to an end. Iowa may be fortunate enough to play in the weaker of the two Big Ten divisions, but averaging seven points a game, albeit a small sample size, is a great way to not go bowling. Yes, this needs to be the Ferentzes’ last year leading the team. The Hawkeyes need a reboot. Fortunately, all the Stoops brothers played for Fry back in the day…
Although these Cameos are downright hilarious, the Iowa offense is nothing but pure sadness.