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By Chris Williams, CycloneFanatic.com Publisher
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The Iowa State athletic department made a blockbuster announcement on Friday morning with the hiring of ABC5 Sports Director/Voice of the Cyclones John Walters as a full-time employee. Walters, a three-time Iowa “Sportscaster of the Year” winner, will head up Cyclones.tv, that will launch in August.
Shortly after the announcement was made, CycloneFanatic.com caught up with Walters to discuss the next step of his career.
CF: Congratulations on what seems like just an awesome opportunity for you. What would you say excites you the most about the next step of your career?
JW: I love being around the Iowa State coaching staffs. I’ll get to do more of that now and work more closely with all of those staffs. I can concentrate on something that I really love, which is Iowa State athletics. It’s going to be fun to really put all of my energy into that. You see mor...
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What a night. Iowa State 37, #2 Oklahoma State 31. In double overtime, nonetheless.
It was the biggest win in the history of Iowa State football so it's no surprise ISU is going to leverage the occasion heading into the 2012 season. And why wouldn't they?
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In fact, Rhoads...
By Matt Van Winkle, CycloneFanatic.com Intern
Iowa State’s annual Cyclone Gridiron Club Spring Game is only a day away.
After Thursday night’s practice, defensive coordinator Wally Burnham met with members of the local media to discuss a variety of topics.
To hear Coach Burnham’s thoughts on the defense, who’s improved the most this spring, what he hopes to see tomorrow and...
AMES — On an overcast Saturday afternoon at Jack Trice Stadium, the Cardinal defeated the Cardinal by a 13-7 final in front of an estimated 5,000 Iowa State football fans.
Click on the video above for a recap of the 2012 Iowa State Spring Game featuring CycloneFanatic.com’s publisher Chris Williams and former Cyclone quarterback Austen Arnaud.