Cyclone Fans Brave Sub-Zero Temperatures, Line Up for Oklahoma Game

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AMES, Iowa -- Iowa State students are braving below zero weather to get in line for Monday's game against the Oklahoma Sooners.

William Rockman of Spirit Lake borrowed his parents ice fishing house. William and Tess Bergman of Eagan, Minnesota, were camping inside the heated ice house Sunday afternoon.

The house has propane heat, electricity, and spotty internet service. They passed the time by playing cards.

The house was set up on Saturday and some students slept inside with the mercury nearing  minus 10 degrees. It's becoming a tradition to camp out for the Iowa game, as well as the Kansas game. With Oklahoma being one of the top teams in the country, a line is beginning to form for Monday's game too.

The students both seemed optimistic for a Cyclone win Monday.

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