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Iowa State Basketball: Georges Niang Sheds Weight in Offseason (PHOTO)

Iowa State forward Georges Niang’s sophomore season came to an unfortunate end last year after he broke his foot in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. But the Cyclones star did more this...Story
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Photo: Iowa State Forward Georges Niang Looks Completely Different After Losing Weight

Last season, Iowa State forward Georges Niang was listed at 240 pounds. While he wasn’t a huge guy by any stretch of the imagination, he has said that one of his goals was to get in better shape before the start of the season. Well, Niang took that to heart, and the third-team All-Big 12 selection last year posted a picture to his Instagram today that shows how much weight he has...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State’s Georges Niang Lost A Lot Of Weight

Iowa States’ Georges Niang could be in store for another huge year for the Cyclones. The senior, who averaged nearly 17 ppg last season, reportedly lost almost 25 pounds this offseason and now weighs around 230. The post Iowa State’s Georges Niang Lost A Lot Of Weight appeared first on Diehardsport.
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

NCAA denies Jameel McKay's waiver; redshirt junior stays ineligible until Dec. 20

ISU basketball player Jameel McKay's waiver request for immediate eligibility has been denied by the NCAA, an ISU athletic department spokesperson confirmed. McKay, a two-time NJCAA Division I All-American while at Indian Hills Community College, transferred to Iowa State from Marquette before the 2013-14 season began.
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa St.'s Hoiberg has pacemaker replaced

Iowa State men's basketball coach Fred Hoiberg had surgery Tuesday to replace his pacemaker, he said in a statement Tuesday. "The surgery performed this morning at the Mayo Clinic to replace my pacemaker was successful," Hoiberg said. "The plan is for me to be discharged and allowed to return to Ames this afternoon. I want to thank my doctors and nurses at the...
Via Pro Sports Daily
12 days ago  |  Discuss

2014 Iowa State football preview

BlueGold is pleased to present our own “one-page preview” of each Big 12 football team and WVU’s non-conference opponents in 2014.  Beginning with Baylor University then proceeding alphabetically for each Big 12 team, followed by non-conference opponents, this unique format packs more information about each team onto one single page than many of the more nationally...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Iowa State Unveils New Matte Helmets For 2014 Season

We’ve got another college football program altering its look just a bit ahead of the 2014 season. This time, it’s the Iowa State Cyclones who will be wearing new matte helmets for “select” games during the 2014 campaign. The school made the announcement Tuesday morning, electing to ditch the traditional glossy look for at least a game or two this fall. Here’s a shot of...
Via College Spun
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Iowa State basketball gets “Big 12 Champions” rings

The 2013-14 Iowa State men’s basketball team received their “Big 12 Championship” rings on Sunday, according to their Twitter account. While one of their tweets calls the rings “Big 12 Championship” rings, the other calls it a Big 12 Tournament Championship rings: The @Big12Conference Tournament championship ring. — Cyclone Basketball (@CycloneMBB...
Via Rock Chalk Blog
June 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Iowa State guard Matt Thomas arrested for OWI, suspended indefinitely

A second Iowa State men's basketball player has been suspended indefinitely after being arrested for driving while intoxicated. Matt Thomas, 19, was charged with first offense OWI Saturday morning, according to a report filed by Ames police. An athletic department spokesperson said that coach Fred Hoiberg "is aware of the situation." There was no additional comment.
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Iowa State adds in-state defensive end prospect Anthony Nelson to its 2015 recruiting class.

Anthony Nelson. Via The Des Moines Register.Iowa State has added the third member of its 2015 recruiting class. Waukee, Ia. high school rising senior defensive lineman Anthony Nelson committed to the Cyclones on Tuesday.Nelson announced his decision on Twitter.So proud to announce that I have committed to play football for Iowa State University!!!— Anthony...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Iowa State’s Fred Hoiberg Pitches ‘Hoiburger’ In New Applebee’s Commercial

We REALLY, want to make fun of the whole “Hoiburger” thing, but for every Hoiburger sold this summer, Applebee’s will donate $1 to United Way of Story County. Also, if you want chicken, they can make a Chicken Hoiburger…which totally destroys the pun. Now that we think about it, this commercial is still a bajillion [&hellip (Visited 2 times, 3 visits today) The post Iowa...
Via No Coast Bias
June 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Iowa State Makes A Regrettable Cameo In This Hilarious ‘Hooray For Ames’ Video

YouTube Sure, we could jump all over this promotional video for the city of Ames, Iowa, because it’s clearly one of the most ridiculous videos that we’re going to see all year. But maybe there’s a little more to it than meets the eye. Perhaps the people who made this video knew what they were doing when they decided to combine the off-tune singing with cheesy lyrics and corny...
Via With Leather
May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Iowa State Holds Movie Night At Jack Trice Stadium, Packed House Watches “Frozen”

Iowa State won one game on its home field last season. The Cyclones went 3-9 in 2013, but were able to defeat Kansas in their final contest of the year at Jack Trice Stadium, 34-0.  Those close to the Iowa State football program hope for better things to happen in the future in that stadium. It’s the offseason right now, though, so the 55,000 seat stadium is being used for other...
Via College Spun
May 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Iowa State Football Releases Rendering Of Stadium Upgrade, Will Increase Capacity

Iowa State’s Jack Trice Stadium is set to undergo an upgrade. The Cyclones’ football stadium will be renovated, with the south end zone being enclosed with a permanent lower-and-upper seating bowl.  Today, Iowa State released a rendering of what the stadium will look like once the building is complete:  It’s on!!! Our brand new stadium expansion to be completed before 2015...
Via College Spun
May 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Iowa State Basketball Has Landed Talented 7-Foot-1 Center Giorgos Tsalmpouris From Greece

Fred Hoiberg has done an excellent job building Iowa State into a consistent contender in the Big 12, and it sounds like he’s secured another big piece for the Cyclones in Greece native Giorgos Tsalmpouris. Iowa State landed a commitment from 7-foot-1 Greece native Giorgos Tsalmpouris, a source confirms to @CBSSports. Will come over this summer. — Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello...
Via College Spun
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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