Cyclones Beat Kansas Jayhawks in Major Upset

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KANSAS  --  Saturday's game is already being called one of the biggest wins in Iowa State University basketball history.

The Cyclones beat the #3 ranked Kansas Jayhawks on Sunday in a 92-89 victory.

Senior Monte Morris made two clutch free throws with only eight seconds left in the game.

The NCAA says it has been 1,126 days since Kansas lost a game at home.

ISU Head Coach Steve Prohm tried to hold back tears while answering questions after the game.

"God is good, man, this is a special win, special day for these guys. I'm just happy for these guys," he said.

As an added bonus, pizza lovers won 50% off a large pizza at Papa John's on Sunday! Use the online code IASTATE50 for the discount.

Tune in to Saturday night's sportscast to hear more about the game.

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