IOWA STATE RUMORS & GOSSIP
It wasn't long after Jacob Gannon walked away from the Iowa State football team that Cyclones coach Paul Rhoads realized something wasn't right.
Rhoads, who had already reached out to Gannon's father before, did so again to see what was going on.
Turns out the Cyclones' starting right offensive tackle was suffering from an anxiety disorder and needed help.
Iowa State's thin receiving corps suffered a blow Monday morning with coach Paul Rhoads saying in a conference call that sophomore P.J. Harris is likely out for the season.
Rhoads said Harris suffered a "fractured leg," confirmed by ESPN's Brandon Chatmon.
The coach said the same about offensive lineman Jacob Dunning, who suffered an apparent Achilles injury.
Iowa State scores a touchdown with this sweet jump pass against Iowa.
Knock knock… who is there? Owen… 0-2….
That was the joke that the Iowa campus police sent to their counterparts at Iowa State. It was clever, to the point and highlights the only reason we are talking about this game.
Iowa (2-0) will try to change that joke to 0-3 with a win over Iowa State (0-2) in this one.
Coverage of the game between Iowa and Iowa State will air on ESPN...
The Iowa/Iowa State rivalry has covered 61 games since the first in 1894. Iowa is in control of the rivalry leading 40-21, largely due to the strength of a 15 game win streak from 1983 to 1997. On Saturday the two teams will play at Kinnick Stadium in a game that is being overlooked by many due to Iowa State’s 0-2 start.
Even if this game is not at the top of the marquee Nationally...
The state of Iowa will have a big rivalry game this Saturday when University of Iowa and Iowa State University play each other. Iowa is out to a 2-0 start while Iowa State is struggling at 0-2. The University of Iowa police department took to Twitter to express their feelings for Saturdays game.
Hey @ISUPD …. Knock, knock
— U of Iowa Police (@UIowa_Police) September 9, 2014...
The University of Iowa police used the Iowa State police to take a hilarious shot at the Iowa State football team. Nothing wrong with a good old fashioned joke during rivalry week.
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2013 Iowa-Iowa State game. Photo via Clone Chronicles. Iowa and Iowa State are preparing to the two school's annual battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy this coming Saturday. It would appear the person running University of Iowa campus police department's Twitter account is getting ready as well. The following tweet was sent out by @UIowa_Police to the @ISUPD.Hey @ISUPD .... Knock...
University of Iowa police lay a monster troll on Iowa State cops via Twitter.
You know you’re having a rough season when a Big Ten team can poke a little fun at you. Iowa’s campus police trolled Iowa State’s campus police by getting the latter’s Twitter account to play along with a knock-knock joke. The results were exactly what you would expect when one rival interacts with another. We’ll [&hellip
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Some folkks don't care for gimmickk plays. They think they take away from the game or something. Me?I don't see how. In fact, I'd say they are much, much harder to run than the average play because if they don't go off without a hitch they tend to blow up in your face.That was certainly not the case for Iowa State when they ran a double reverse wide receiver pass...
Many counted the Iowa State Cyclones out after their loss to FCS power North Dakota State last week, but Paul Rhoads’ club is making a statement at home against Kansas State this afternoon. The Cyclones have a 28-19 lead late in the second quarter, and Mark Mangino’s offense has been cruising. The highlight of the game, and maybe the day in college football so far is this 29...
AMES, Iowa -- Iowa State says right tackle Jacob Gannon has left the team just two days before it hosts No. 20 Kansas State.
Cyclones spokesman Mike Green tells The Associated Press on Thursday that Gannon quit for "personal reasons."
Gannon, a three-time academic All-Big 12 selection, started eight games last season and was in the lineup for last week's 34-14 season...
As if losing at home to North Dakota State was not enough of a rough way to start the 2014 season for Iowa state, Iowa State was dealt a bad hand again today.
Head coach Paul Rhoades announced wide receiver Quenton Bundrage is out for the rest of the season due to a knee injury.
Bundrage went down with an injury on just the fourth play of the game on Saturday.
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