With Aaron Wimberly and DeVondrick Nealy gone, the Cyclones will have to start all over again in the backfield. It's an unsettling note for Iowa State, which struggled in the run game last season, but it'll open the door for talented incoming freshmen Joshua Thomas and Sheldon Croney, who will be joining the team in a couple months. "We'll be playing football with all of them in...
Iowa State running back DeVondrick Nealy saw the holes — “bubbles,” he called them — in the Texas Tech defense as the teams lined up for the Cyclones’ first play of the second half of Saturday’s 34-31 loss.
Via Ames Tribune - ISU Cyclones
November 23, 2014
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