Iowa State Gets Revenge, Cyclones Drill Texas Tech

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AMES - The Cyclones wanted revenge against Texas Tech and they got it on Saturday, in a big way.

11th ranked Iowa State pounded the Red Raiders 75-38 at Hilton Coliseum.

Jameel McKay made his first start for the Cyclones scoring 17 points, and grabbing 8 rebounds.  McKay started in place of Bryce Dejean-Jones who was late to the arena this morning.  Abdel Nader was also late arriving to Hilton.

Naz Long had 15 while Nader added 9 off the bench.

The Red Raiders were abysmal, shooting just 31% and making zero free throws, 0/7.

Iowa State improves to 17-5 overall, 7-3 in the Big 12.  Cyclones hit the road Monday to take on #21 Oklahoma.

 

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