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2015 Iowa State Cyclones Betting Odds

The 2015 college football season is just days away, and the Iowa State Cyclones are looking to show that last season’s 2-10 record was a one time thing and the team will be back in 2015. If you’re interested in laying some money down on the team, BetDSI has released Iowa State’s season odds. The video below previews the betting action.
Via Gamedayr
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Football: ISU must tackle new issues while preparing for UNI’s new OC, offense

Iowa State is well versed with Northern Iowa. This is the seventh football meeting in the last 12 years.
Via Ames Tribune - ISU Cyclones
5 hours ago

Rhoads, ISU readying for Northern Iowa

Iowa State is getting ready for its first game by looking backward. The Cyclones face Northern Iowa on Saturday in Ames, Iowa, but the UNI team Iowa State is getting ready to play has a different look. Joe Davis is the new offensive coordinator for the Panthers and the offense is a high-speed, up-tempo attack. "You've gotta go back and look at where (Davis) has been," said Rhoads...
Via Fox Sports
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State seeks fast start after opening day stumbles

AMES, Iowa (AP) Opening day losses have all but doomed Iowa State in each of the last two seasons. This year's schedule should give the Cyclones a chance for a better start. Iowa State opens its seventh season under coach Paul Rhoads with an immediate must-win game on Saturday against Northern Iowa. The Cyclones have dropped back-to-back home openers against FCS schools, starting...
Via AP on Fox
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Volleyball: Cyclones searching for identity

The personnel is mostly the same, and even improved, from last season for the Iowa State volleyball team. One would hope the Cyclones could do exactly what they did last year, only better.
Via Ames Tribune - ISU Cyclones
22 hours ago

Men’s Basketball: ISU releases Prohm’s contract

The buyout for new Iowa State men’s basketball coach Steve Prohm, in both the events he leaves for another job or is terminated by ISU before his deal expires, is 50 percent of what remains on the contract.

Video: Rhoads on punt returner, stadium upgrades

Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads talks about naming a starting punt returner and using the new stadium upgrades as a recruiting tool.

Football: What to take away from the Rhoads press conference

Iowa State football coach Paul Rhoads held his weekly press conference in advance of the Northern Iowa game on Monday. Here are the highlights.

Iowa State lands JUCO guard Donovan Jackson

The Iowa State Cyclones men’s basketball team has added a key player in the form of guard Donovan Jackson, formerly of Iowa Western Community College. Jackson made an announcement regarding his commitment on his personal Twitter page. I'm proud to announce that I will be attending Iowa State to play basketball! Can't wait to play in front all those fans! #cyclONEnation — Donovan...
Via Campus Sports Net
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: ISU snags JUCO standout Donovan Jackson

Donovan Jackson verbally committed to Iowa State on Sunday, he told Scout."I just think it’s the best situation for me and my family," Jackson said. "I love the coaches there. I think that situation would be a great fit for me and they have a great playing style."Jackson, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound guard out Iowa Western JC, chose Iowa State over significant interest from Illinois,...
Via Fox Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

ISU’s Monte Morris hangs with Roy Marble

Though the rivalry between the Iowa Hawkeyes and Iowa State Cyclones will always exist, this is something that both groups of fans can enjoy. Yesterday, Cyclones guard Monte Morris got to spend time with Hawkeyes all-time leading scorer Roy Marble, who is currently suffering from Stage 4 cancer. Morris posted pictures he took with Marble on his Instagram, along with some inspirational...
Via Campus Sports Net
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Photos: Iowa State’s Monte Morris Hangs Out With Cancer-Stricken Ex-Iowa Star Roy Marble

Here are some photos that Iowa and Iowa State fans can both enjoy. They feature Iowa State guard Monte Morris and former Iowa legend Roy Marble. Marble, the Hawkeyes’ all-time leading scorer, is dying of cancer. He and Morris both played for Beecher High School in Flint, Mich. and know each other. They were hanging out yesterday and Morris posted pictures, along with a touching...
Via College Spun
2 days ago  |  Discuss

ISU: Could Cyclones give fans a reason to stay rowdy?

How raucous are Iowa State football fans? Well, they’ll apparently bring the noise even when it’s forbidden.

Iowa State stadium expansion was 25 years in the making

Ten years ago, Ben Bunge drew up plans to enclose the south endzone at Iowa State's Jack Trice Stadium. At that time, Bunge was a student, a senior, in the school's engineering department and he came up with the plan as part of a project. Now 32 years old, Bunge was pretty happy when he saw the finished project of a $50 million expansion that took more than 13 months to finish. ...
Via Fox Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Steve Prohm, Monte Morris comment on player’s odd tweets

Last week, Iowa State center Jameel McKay and the Cyclones finished their trip to Spain 2-1. The team lost one close game to the Venezuelan National Team, 82-77, and McKay sent out some pretty interesting tweets following the loss that had the entire Cyclone fan base worried about his future in Ames. I'm ready to go home — ShowTime ✨ (@ShowTime_McKay) August 13, 2015 My momma...
Via Campus Sports Net
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Nick Noskowiak not returning to Iowa State

Iowa State Cyclones freshman guard Nick Noskowiak will not return to the program after head coach Steve Prohm announced that both parties had “agreed to mutually part ways.” Cyclones.com reported the announcement, and Prohm offered a brief statement. “Nick informed us Friday night of his decision to step away from basketball and we agree that it is in his best interest and...
Via Campus Sports Net
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State suspends freshman guard Nick Noskowiak indefinitely

Iowa State men’s basketball post-Fred Hoiberg era is off to a shaky start. Incoming freshman Nick Noskowiak—one of four Hoiberg recruits in the class of 2015—has been suspended indefinitely on Thursday, the team announced. The 19-year-old from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, was charged with operating while intoxicated, first offense, and unsafe lane deviation on May 20. Those charges...
Via Campus Sports Net
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Strong safety Cotton suffers concussion

Iowa State senior strong safety Darian Cotton suffered a concussion and was unable to participate in the team's first scrimmage over the weekend, according to Iowastatedaily.com. “We though he was close [to returning] and started some symptoms yesterday with physical activity sort of prolonged his returned,” Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads said to The Daily. Cotton is second on...
Via Fox Sports
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Photos: Iowa State Basketball Receives Big 12 Championship Rings

This past March, for the second year in a row, Iowa State’s men’s basketball team took home the Big 12 Tournament championship.  The Cyclones received their Big 12 title rings today.  They’re quite nice.  The team just got their rings from last year’s @Big12Conference tournament title. pic.twitter.com/Hw6GyHSPkO — Cyclone Basketball (@CycloneMBB) August 6, 2015 Here...
Via College Spun
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Oklahoma, Nebraska, Texas A&M, Kansas, Iowa State Looked To Join Big Ten In 2010

Flickr/ OkayCityNate Oklahoma and Texas A&M in the Big Ten? Apparently it was closer to happening than you might think. According to Lee Barfknecht of the Omaha World-Herald, back in 2010, five Big 12 schools explored the possibility of leaving the league together for the Big Ten. That would have put the B1G, which had 11 members at the time, up to 16 schools with two eight...
Via College Spun
July 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Teammates Surprise Iowa State’s Mitchell Meyers After Final Chemo Treatment

Iowa State defensive lineman Mitchell Meyers has finished his final of seven rounds of chemotherapy after being diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma earlier this year. It can’t be an easy process to go through something like that, but it must feel good to find out you have such a big support system. And as Meyers completed his final session, his teammates decided to surprise him...
Via College Spun
July 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Prohm Date: Iowa State’s Hire is as Good as it Could Have Been

It feels like only yesterday since Iowa State had its basketball program turned upside down by the departure of Fred Hoiberg. After all, Hoiberg wasn’t the Mayor of Ames for no reason. Really, honestly, what Hoiberg did for the university was incredible. Between helping to put it on the map of being a national contender on a yearly basis, to changing the expectations we have...
Via The Student Section
June 08, 2015  |  Discuss
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