Allen Lazard doesn’t look like your average freshman. At 6’5″, 221 lbs. Lazard is a physical specimen. Most freshman need time to bulk up and become division 1 football ready. Lazard has no need to worry about that. His body is already NFL ready.
Lazard was the biggest recruit in the state of Iowa. The Urbandale, IA native was a four star recruit who picked the Cyclones over...
AMES, Iowa (AP) Those who think new offensive coordinator Mark Mangino can fix Iowa State's offense point to the depth at wide receiver as a major reason for their optimism.
The Cyclones look as though they have a lot of potential targets in the passing game this season.
Iowa State's receiving corps could be as deep as it's been in years - and the presence of tight end...
Via AP on Fox
August 08, 2014
Wherever Quenton Bundrage is, the Cyclones are probably throwing his way
If there were any questions about Iowa State’s game plan against Oklahoma State on Saturday, they were answered on the first play from scrimmage. Cylcones’ quarterback Jared Barnett hit wide receiver Quenton Bundrage for a 35-yard gain past the Cowboys’ secondary.
There’s an old joke that involves a fan and relieving yourself, and while Iowa State’s Quenton Bundrage wasn’t imitating Nate Kaeding on the sideline, he did have a problem with a fan and a water bottle and the results are pretty hilarious.
We’re assuming that the next time Bundrage needs water, he’ll find a spot a little further away from the fan.
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By Chris Williams, CycloneFanatic.com Publisher
What’s been the most underperforming position group at Iowa State during the first three years of the Paul Rhoads era?
The answer to that is debatable, but some might suggest it’s been the play of the wide receivers. Iowa State’s wide outs look different in 2012 when compared to year’s past. It’s a younger group. With that...