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    Monte Magic! Morris’ Clutch Shot Completes Comeback

    AMES, Iowa – Nine seconds. That’s all the time the Cyclones needed remaining on the clock. Monte Morris floated a game winner, not his first, to finish the 20-point comeback. Steve Prohm had a problem that seemed unsolvable for the first 18 minutes. Iowa’s Jarrod Uthoff already surpassed his career high of 27 on his way to 30 first half points. Prohm moved Matt Thomas into Uthoff’s face. It worked. Uthoff had two points in the final 20 minutes. For […]

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    Valley’s Raridon Named to U.S. Army All-American Bowl

    WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – John Raridon will play in the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, TX. The future Husker is the 3rd offensive lineman from Valley to play in the game. Only 90 of the top high school football players were selected for the game. It will air January 9th, 2016 at noon on Channel 13. NFL Players Andrew Luck, Odell Beckham Jr., and Jamaal Charles also played in this game.

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    Cyclone Insider: Rhoads is Coaching for his Job

    AMES, Iowa – Cyclone Insider, John Sears recaps an unexpected week and says Paul Rhoads is coaching for his job.

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    Hawkeyes Win Early Exhibition Game

    IOWA CITY, Iowa – All 14 Hawkeyes checked into their 99-73 exhibition win against Sioux Falls. Mike Gesell paced Iowa with 24 points and Peter Jok hit four 3-pointers Thursday night at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Iowa has one more exhibition game November 6th against Augustana. Full transcript from Fran McCaffery’s post game press conference: Fran McCaffery Q. Overall what are your thoughts? You played 14 guys, got a lot of rotations. FRAN McCAFFERY: You know, it’s an interesting situation because it’s […]

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    Pick the Winning Teams on Halloween

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    Hawkeyes Can’t Hide from Top Ten Ranking

    IOWA CITY, Iowa — A perfect start has Iowa ranked No. 10 in the AP Poll for the first time since 2010. During the bye week, it was hard to hide from the new narrative surrounding the Hawkeyes. “I know we’re ranked, right now,” Kirk Ferentz said during his weekly press conference.  “I drive the car and have the radio on.” The off week allowed the Hawkeyes to “dream big” and rest. Injuries have forced offensive lineman to play out […]

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    Cyclones Find Bright Spot With Joel Lanning in Loss

    WACO, Texas – Iowa State went into Waco undermanned and Baylor played like Baylor. The number one offense in the country started the game with 35 straight points. A fake punt was the main source of offense for Iowa State until Paul Rhoads handed the team over to sophomore quarterback, Joel Lanning. Sam Richardson completed three passes to Cyclones and two passes to the Bears defense before Lanning entered the game. Lanning threw three touchdowns in the 45-27 loss.

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    Hoover Clinches Playoff Berth

    SIOUX CITY, Iowa – Hoover’s highlight reel night puts them back in the playoffs. Huskies (6-3) beat Sioux City West 34-14 to clinch 3rd place in their district. Iowa high school football playoffs start next Wednesday.

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    Cyclone Insider: Baylor Hasn’t Been Tested

    DES MOINES, Iowa – An upset isn’t likely. Iowa State has never beaten a top 5 team on the road, but Baylor’s schedule hasn’t tested them. Can the Cyclones play the role of Rocky?

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    Nate Yoho’s Winding Road Leads him Back to Baseball

    DES MOINES, Iowa – Like a lot of athletes, Nate Yoho doesn’t do anything halfway. He’s a self-proclaimed ‘purpose driven person,’ which he proved by opening Merle Hay CrossFit last spring. But the winding path that got him there started on a diamond in Arizona. “At the time we were all just kids,” said Nate reflecting on his days in the Milwaukee Brewers rookie summer league. The minor leagues are far from the bright lights of a big league ballpark. […]

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    Hawkeye Insider: Iowa’s Keys to Victory

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    Cubs Celebrate NLDS Clincher from Clubhouse to Wrigleyville

    CHICAGO, Illinois – The Chicago Cubs are the first team in the 2015 playoffs to advance to the Championship Series. Three home runs sent the Cubs pass the St. Louis Cardinals in a 6-4 win in front of a wild Wrigley crowd. It’s the first time in the organization’s long history that the Cubs clinch a series win at home. The Cubs will play the game five winner of the other NLDS between the Mets and Dodgers.


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