Found September 27, 2013 on
Considering Iowa State entered Thursday night's game with Tulsa with an 0-2 record and games with Texas, Texas Tech, Baylor and Oklahoma State coming over the next month, beating the Golden Hurricanes was rather important. And not because of bowl possibilities which still seem to be a long shot after losses to Northern Iowa and Iowa, but simply to get a mark in the win column. Iowa State figures to be an underdog in every game until November 23rd when they host Kansas. Can you imagine an 0-10 start for the Cyclones? Me neither. Even after a beating Tulsa 38-21,…

Cyclones Top Tulsa for First Win

No more questions about Sam Richardson's status as the starter for Iowa State, no more questions about Courtney Manningham's job security, no more speculation that the Cyclones might not win a game until November

At the Half: Cyclones and Tulsa Tied Up

The Cyclones lost their momentum from the second series of the game to their last of the half after Cole Netten missed field goals of 47 and 43 yards. A Richardson pass was picked off by Tulsa linebacker Shawn Jackson off a deflection
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