Posted October 25, 2013 on
The Cyclones would like to get what they can out of Aaron Wimberly but it's been hard with an offensive line that can't pull its own weight
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The Cyclones have been blessed with standout 'backers the last couple years and George has helped make the transition from the Jake Knott/A.J. Klein era less rocky
After going up 21-0 against Iowa State, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy was caught by the cameras with a few comments about the Cyclones’ pass...
As the final score of 58-21 suggests, visions of an upset were merely a mirage
Keishawn Richardson was feeling it. Paul Rhoads told him his vision for Iowa State, and the Northeastern Oklahoma cornerback could see it. Now the Cyclones could be in position to land a pair of standouts from the Norsemen secondary. Go Inside as Richardson talks Iowa State…
The No. 19 Oklahoma State Cowboys will hit the road to play against the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday in a match-up of two Big 12 schools.
Entering Sunday’s game Oklahoma State is 5-1 but they know that their opponent will be no push over. Iowa State (1-5) had given two Big 12 schools in Texas and Texas Tech scares before they were dominated last week by Baylor...
Oklahoma State made the big plays when they were needed Saturday as the 19th-ranked Cowboys defeated Iowa State 58-27 at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa.
It is another elimination game for Oklahoma State as the Cowboys look to stay in the chase for the Big 12 championship. While for the second week in a row, the Cowboys opponent is out of the race. Iowa State has had a signature win every season under current head coach Paul Rhoads. The Cowboys played that role two years ago losing in double overtime while ranked as the No. 2 team in the nation.
Against teams not named UTSA or Lamar — Mississippi State, West Virginia, Kansas State and TCU — the Pokes scored an average of 24.75 points.
Why a slight position change could benefit Iowa State and Sam Richardson