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Some notes on how Monday's loss to Kansas might affect Iowa State's NCAA Tournament hopes.
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We told you about the violent, racist Iowa State a-holes yesterday, but it looks like there was more to the story. The angry fans had more tweets (two of them above) that we didn’t notice until today.
What do we see? More racism and more threats of violence including a threat to “slam dunk a 9mm bullet” into Elijah Johnson’s brain.
KCCI-8 Iowa picked up on our story and did...
There seems to be a disturbing trend among sports fans these days. It doesn't matter what sport or even what level. The same concept applies to some folks at pee wee games, junior high and high school ones, and especially college and professional.
Sportsmanship is almost a thing of the past.
I get it. Your team lost. The other team played dirty or the referees blew the...
The Big 12 has officially announced that refereeing mistakes were made in Monday's Iowa State-Kansas basketball game.
Big 12 coordinator of officials, Curtis Shaw, has confirmed that he and his staff will be reviewing the final few moments of the Kansas-Iowa State basketball game.
And here comes Kansas. 10 days ago the Jayhawks were buried by a three-game losing streak. National title hopes were fading. A #1 seed was gone. Even a meaningless Big 12 championship was slipping away.
Now the Jayhawks have won five in a row, have two of their last three at home and are #5 in the RPI (full standings).
Don’t say we didn’t warn you when Kansas is in the Final...
Fred Hoiberg gives his take on the difference between last year's team and this year's.
No. 23 Cyclones dominate last 10 minutes in win
Chelsea Poppens had 22 points and 11 rebounds, Nikki Moody added 12 points and 10 assists, and No. 23 Iowa State rolled to an 83-68 victory over Kansas on Wednesday night.
Hallie Christofferson scored 20 points and Anna Prins had 19 for the Cyclones (20-6, 11-5 Big 12), who used a 13-0 second-half run to break open a close game. Iowa State outrebounded Kansas 43-29.