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  • Matt Campbell and Jamie Pollard Discuss Loyalty to Cyclone Football

    AMES, Iowa – Matt Campbell remained consistent in his message, and Monday night he stood by his words agreeing to a 6-year, $22.5 million contract to remain Iowa State’s head coach. Tuesday morning, Campbell, and ISU Director of Athletics, Jamie Pollard talked about what the deal means for Iowa State football.

  • Iowa State’s Brian Peavy Arrested on Thanksgiving

    AMES, Iowa – According to the Ames Police, officers responded to a complaint at a skate park where Brian Peavy and another person were spray painting underneath a bridge. Police say, when they arrived and confronted the suspects Peavy and the other person ran. Police say, they eventually tracked down Peavy, the other suspect got away. Peavy was arrested and charged with 4th degree criminal mischief (The criminal mischief charge is based on the amount of damage which is estimated […]

  • The Fourth is Not with Pella

    CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – Cedar Rapids, Xavier completes the perfect season by ending Pella’s Dome dominance, 31-13.

  • Cyclone Insider: A Look Back at the Trip to Campbell’s Hometown

    DES MOINES, Iowa – Michael Admire spent a portion of last week in Matt Campbell’s hometown. Here’s much of a what he took away from that trip.

  • Hawkeye Insider: A look back at Iowa’s Blow Out

    IOWA CITY- Nate Stanley’s five touchdowns, and no interceptions headlined the upset, but John Sears breaks down three big plays.

  • Pella, Football Town, USA

    PELLA – The town of 10,000 is known for many things: The Tulip Festival, Dutch Letters, and more and more, Football. Pella High School is the traditional power making it to the state semifinals seven times in the past 10 years while Pella Christian is set for its first Dome trip in the programs 14 year history.

  • Hawkeye Insider: Who’s to Fault for Iowa’s Recent Struggles?

    IOWA CITY, Iowa – The 3-0 start seems so long ago, and after 1-3 stretch with that lone win being against Illinois, fans are growing restless. John Sears says the problem isn’t solely on Brian Ferentz’s shoulders.

  • Cyclone Insider: Iowa State is 3-0 Since Texas, Dilly Dilly!

    AMES, Iowa – Twenty-seven days ago Iowa State was coming off its last loss. A 17-10 loss to Texas in a game where David Montgomery touched the ball nine times. Since they’ve moved into the top 25 with a computer science major at quarterback.

  • The Reason Behind J.D. Waggoner’s Celebratory Kicks

    AMES, Iowa – J.D. Waggoner takes football very seriously. Case in point, He’s the team leader in tackles for loss which is a stat Iowa State ranks 19th nationally. But it’s how he celebrates after big plays that will help shed light on what he’s really like off the field.

  • Stumbling to Start the Second Half, Hawks Lose in OT

    EVANSTON, Illinois – Iowa’s bread-and-butter running game looked spoiled and molded Saturday afternoon at Northwestern. The Hawkeyes managed only 89 rushing yards, and 10 points in the 17-10 overtime loss. Before the game, Iowa ruled out injured Josey Jewell, but the Hawkeyes defense wasn’t the issue. The offense dominated the time of possession by marching the ball 22 yards, for nearly 10 minutes in the first two drives, but came away with zero points. The next nine possessions featured three […]

  • Cyclones Win Fifth Game in Dominating Fashion

    LUBBOCK, Texas – Kyle Kempt is now 3-0 as Iowa State’s quarterback, and that’s one of the least ridiculous stats from the Cyclones 31-13 trouncing of Texas Tech. Kempt did throw his first career interception before tossing three touchdowns, and his demeanor stayed even through it all. The Cyclones defense collected three turnovers including Marcel Spears’ exclamation point pick-six. About those stats? Iowa State is 5-2 for the first time in 15 years. They now own a three game conference […]

  • Iowan Finds Purpose in Running for Names

    AVOCA, Iowa – Some days Rik Zortman runs two miles other days it’s as many at 16. The runs are calculated right down to the turns, and angles. “Whether it’s diagonal, vertical, they all mean something to somebody,” Zortman says. The pattern eventually spells out a name. Usually, it’s the name of a child cancer victim.