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    Time To Focus, Cyclones Head to Lubbock

    AMES, IA – Stuck between a win against Kansas State and Big Monday against Texas is Texas Tech. The first place Cyclones say that ‘focus’ is the key against the last place Red Raiders.

  • Wild Shot! Danny Syvret Attempts Trick Shot from Upper Deck

    DES MOINES, IA – Danny Syvret’s teammates respect him as an AHL veteran, and heckle him about his pregame music playlist. One thing they don’t doubt: His Skillz. “He makes it look easy,” said Wild forward Zack Mitchell, “making a puck look like it’s glued to his stick. It’s fun to watch.” Michael Admire has Syvret’s story.

  • Cyclones Prove Worthy of GameDay, Beat Kansas 86-81

    AMES, IA – It has been the talk all week. National exposure, a top-15 matchup, and a high profile opponent. Iowa State and Kansas lived up to the billing. The atmosphere was at an all-time high and the Cyclones repaid the fans with an 86-81 win. Both teams took their time getting into a rhythm, but a struggling Georges Niang got the shots falling with his 3-pointer to put ISU up 18-17. Naz Long led the Cyclones with 20 point. […]

  • THE Aaron White Helps Hawks Sweep Ohio State

    IOWA CITY, IA – The Hawkeyes might have this ‘second half thing’ figured out. Iowa scored first and never lost the lead. Aaron White scored 22 points in a 76-67 win completing the season sweep of Ohio State. The Hawkeyes move to 4-1 in conference play which keeps them tied for first place in the loss column.

  • Drake Breaks Through

    DES MOINES, IA – Drake knew it would have to go through the growing pains. The Bulldogs start two freshman and a sophomore, but against Indiana State three seniors took control in the 84-78 win. Gary Ricks Jr. led the Bulldogs with 23 points. Ricks Jr. missed all of last year with a broke foot and got a medical red-shirt that allowed him to return for a 5th year. The basket was wide open for the Dogs. Seniors, Jordan Daniels […]

  • ESPN Broadcasters Give Hilton, Hoiberg Props

    AMES, IA – The bus is in town. The set is, well, set. And the students long wait in line is almost done. There’s been more hype surrounding this game than any in Fred Hoiberg’s time, or really in anyone’s time at Iowa State. Kansas is the only team to win at Hilton in the last two years, and they’ve done it twice. Not to mention the big streak. Ten straight conference titles. Well, Naz Long doesn’t mind, “Bill Self […]

  • Ricks Passing Down Words of Wisdom to Young Bulldogs

    DES MOINES, IA – A unique broken bone taught Gary Ricks Jr. an important lesson. A lesson he is passing on to his young teammates. “You never realize how hard it is to get to where you were until you don’t have it anymore.” Ricks Jr. and the Bulldogs were clicking, and just won the Fresno State Classic when he felt something wrong in his foot. “It wasn’t your normal break. Couldn’t do surgery, surgery was career ending,” said Drake’s […]

  • Never Too Early! Students Camping for ESPN’s ‘GameDay’

    AMES, IA – Here’s proof that fans can’t get enough of Cyclones basketball. Iowa State students are already lining up for Saturday’s ESPN broadcast of College Gameday. Fans camping for tickets is nothing new, but this is a first. A group of 10 ISU students set up tents Thursday at noon so they would be first in line for the Saturday morning broadcast. Freshman, Justin Whitehouse is one of the students braving the Iowa winter, “You gotta get good seat, […]

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    C.J. Beathard Listed as Number One QB

    IOWA CITY, IA – Kirk Ferentz releases his first 2015 depth chart, and C.J. Beathard is listed as the number one quarterback. Neither quarterback shined in the Tax Slayer Bowl, but Beathard showed enough to get his first real shot at the starting position. Jake Rudock is listed as the No. 2 QB. Rudock has 34 touchdown passes in 25 career starts. “After spending several days as a staff evaluating our 2014 season and our returning roster, we have established […]

  • Spartans Second Half Shooting Breaks Hawkeyes

    IOWA CITY, IA – Michigan State’s hot second half shooting evaporates Iowa’s 11-point halftime lead. Spartans beat the Hawkeyes 75-61, and outscore them 47-22 in the second half. It’s Michigan State’s 9th straight win against Iowa. Travis Trice led the Spartans three point attack. He hit seven of his eight three point attempts. As a team, MSU shot 70.6% from 3-point range. “This is a good team. I didn’t even know what to say to Franny (Fran McCaffery) cause I […]

  • Podolak and Admire Talk Taxslayer Bowl at Hawkeye Huddle

    JACKSONVILLE, Fl – Just hours away now from the Taxslayer Bowl, and Hawkeye fans in Jacksonville are geared up for the game. Iowa fans gathered in a crowded hotel ballroom for the Hawkeye Huddle Friday morning.  It was one last chance for the black and gold to congregate before today’s matchup versus Tennessee at Everbank Field in Jacksonville. Dolph and Eddie warm up the crowd at the Hawkeye Huddle. pic.twitter.com/tvjepwzjYD — SoundOFF (@SoundOFF13) January 2, 2015 Channel 13’s Michael Admire […]

  • Johnston’s Ibisevic Accepts US Youth Olympic Invite

    JOHNSTON, Iowa – Johnston soccer stud, Elvir Ibisevic got an early Christmas present this week accepting an invitation into the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program. Ibisevic will represent Region II in Bradenton, Florida starting January 4th. It’s a big honor, but also a big loss for the Johnston soccer program. As a sophomore, Ibisevic scored 20 goals for the 2014 State Runners-up. He’s following in his cousin, Vedad’s footsteps. Vedad played for the Bosnian World Cup team this past […]

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