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  • Texas’ Tom Herman Throws Shade at Iowa State’s Recruiting Tactics

    AUSTIN, Texas — Tom Herman spent a portion of his signing day press conference criticizing Iowa State for giving out too many offers saying, “we are not in the business of offering to ‘get in it.'” Matt Campbell responded to that by saying, “…at the end of it I think we do things the right way. No matter how we go about that we really have honest conversations, and we do it the right way.”

  • Brent Curvey Cooking up his Next ‘Big Play’

    CLIVE — ‘Big Play’ Brent Curvey earned his nickname by scoring three touchdowns, as a defensive lineman. The nickname, the plays have stuck with Cyclone fans, and that’s part of the reason Curvey has set-up shop in Central Iowa. Curvey has always felt the tug of Houston urging him to return to his hometown, but instead of moving back he decided to share a taste of Texas with his new home.

  • Oskaloosa is Number One; Three Times Over

    OSKALOOSA, Iowa — Sophomore sensation, Xavier Foster is the number one recruit in Iowa for the Class of 2020, and the top rankings don’t stop there.

  • A Youth Wrestling Match Turns into a Heartfelt Moment of Sportsmanship

    PLEASANT HILL, Iowa — Youth sports are increasingly about results, and not the lessons. Five-year old Lilly Genzen’s love of wrestling will make you think differently. Lilly is usually pinned in a matter of seconds, because at five-years old, she usually has to wrestle older boys. Then one night it December something happened. She faced-off with Anthony Knott.

  • Chris Street’s Living Legacy, 25-Years Later

    HUMESTON, Iowa — Chris Street has now been gone longer than he was here. Twenty-five years after his untimely death it still doesn’t take much to bring raw emotions back to the surface. “Something will strike them, their memory of Chris, and it’ll hit them,” said Rick Brown, Author of Emotion in Motion the Life and Legacy of Chris Street.

  • Wigginton Rains in 30 to end Cyclones Drought

    AMES, Iowa — Lindell Wigginton scored a career-high 30 points to pace Iowa State (10-6 overall, 1-4 Big 12) to a 75-65 win over Baylor (11-6 overall, 1-4 Big 12) Saturday afternoon in Hilton Coliseum.

  • #6 Lynnville-Sully Thunderstruck by #2 Grand View Christian

    SULLY, IA — Tied at halftime, Grand View Christian pulls away to keep perfect season intact in a 75-62 win.

  • The Top 5 Storylines of Iowa’s Season

    Iowa City — The Hawkeyes were one of the most talked about 7-5 programs in the nation, because fans gave a new meaning to “doing the wave.” That, and four other storylines made Iowa’s wild roller coaster season one to remember.

  • The Top 5 Storylines Of Iowa State’s Season

    AMES — Iowa State is back to bowling, and it was a wild ride getting there. We look back at the storylines that made this season so unpredictable.

  • Inspired Ames Swim Team Believes This is the Year

    AMES, Iowa — Ames girl’s swimming is a dynasty. They’ve won seven championships in the past eight years. This year the boys think it’s their turn loaded with seniors, and stories.

  • Peter Jok Makes his Return from Injury a Homecoming

    DES MOINES — Peter Jok’s return from injury was perfectly timed. Jok has spent most of his first year as a professional sidelined with a groin injury, but Friday night he was back at Wells Fargo Arena with the Northern Arizona Suns. Jok scored 3-points in 11-minutes.

  • Ultra Competitive Tyreke Locure is Just Getting Started

    DES MOINES — Tyreke Locure surpassed 1,000 career points earlier this year, and he’s just getting started. At 16 years old Locure is the center of attention on a North basketball team that lives in the spotlight. Locure’s goal is to guide North to its first state championship, then fulfill the dream of playing D1.