Jameel McKay Apologizes, Steve Prohm Addresses Suspension

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STILLWATER, Oklahoma -- The Cyclones bounced back with a win over Oklahoma State on the road on Saturday afternoon to end their brief two-game losing streak.

Prior to the win, Iowa State center Jameel McKay was suspended indefinitely due to a violation of team rules, according to the school.

Iowa State head coach Steve Prohm addressed the suspension at length after his team's 64-59 win over the Cowboys.

"Right now, (McKay) is suspended indefinitely," Prohm said. "I didn't come here just to coach this team this year. I came here to run a program. I came here to continue to build on what’s been done over the last four or five years. There are things I want done. I want things done the right way, from an everyday deal.

“Jameel and I will communicate on Monday and then we’ll revisit the situation.”

On Sunday afternoon, Mckay also addressed the suspension by posting on his Instagram account.