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Ed White High (Fl.) Javarius Davis holds several scholarship offers at this early stage. Iowa State is one of those schools and Davis wants to hear more.
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Iowa State unveiled a new-look locker room for the football program earlier this offseason. Now, the team is getting new Nike jerseys too — at least for the Iowa game.
This morning, Iowa State released photos of throwback uniforms from the Jack Trice Era — Trice was the first African-American player ever for the Cyclones. The jerseys below will be worn on September 14:
The Iowa State Cyclones may be one of the forgotten teams of the Big 12 year in an year out, but head coach Paul Rhodes may do more with less than just about any other coach in the Big 12 minus maybe Kansas State’s Bill Snyder.
Rhodes got to Ames, Iowa in 2009 and has taken the Cyclones to three bowl games in four years. There has been progress within the Cyclones football...
Will the Cyclones make Paul Rhoads so damn proud in 2013? (Photo courtesy: KRUI)
Paul Rhoads and his Cyclones have upset four ranked teams in the past three years, but he may need a real miracle to pull one off this year. The Cyclones are picked to finish ninth in the media’s preseason poll, above the Kansas Jayhawks.
KU goes to Ames on November 23, which should be for...
Nebraska-Omaha cut football, forcing Justin Coleman to walk-on at Iowa State. The clip of him earning a Cyclones scholarship is fantastic.
The Iowa State Cyclones are set to wear throwback, Jack Trice-inspired 1920s era football uniforms when they host the rival Iowa Hawkeyes on Sept. 15.