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AMES — Jacob Gannon thought he was done with football. He felt the stress and pressure playing the game he loved had resulted in a panic attack and the healthy thing to do was to walk away from the team.
Gannon learned it was somethin Read More »
IOWA CITY — A look in the eyes and confidence from his coach was all DeVondrick Nealy needed.
Iowa State’s junior running back trotted into the locker room after fumbling the football on the goal line of Iowa with 1:28 left in the first half Read More »
IOWA CITY — Iowa State linebacker Jevohn Miller had a bit of a cut on his upper lip. He didn’t seem to mind. Or really even notice. Nope, not feeling any pain at all.
The senior had just caught his breath from sprinting over to the Iowa side Read More »
Iowa State is in the same territory Iowa is as far as running game goes. ISU QB Sam Richardson leads the Cyclones with 90 yards on 27 carries. Running back Aaron Wimberly isn’t far behind (23 for 75) and RB DeVondrick Nealy (12 for 44) had some mo Read More »
AMES — The loss to Kansas State wasn’t easier for Jevohn Miller to take than the season opener against North Dakota State. It did feel different, though.
“Both of them are tough losses. We gave it our all, you just fall short sometime Read More »
AMES — Players-only meetings often carry a negative undertone. For Iowa State, their new middle linebacker simply wanted to say hello.
“We had a great practice that day and I wanted to make sure everyone knew we had a great practice,” Read More »
AMES — Paul Rhoads walked into the Bergstrom Football Complex still waiting for an explanation.
With Iowa State leading 28-13 after scoring 28 unanswered points in a Big 12 football game Saturday, Kansas State called timeout with 38 s Read More »
AMES — Just two days after losing its season opener, Iowa State was dealt another blow, this time to one of its most prolific players from last season.
Junior wide receiver Quenton Bundrage tore his ACL in Saturday’s game against Nort Read More »
AMES — After suffering a second consecutive season opening home loss to an FCS program, Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads walked into his team’s locker room with a short and simple message.
This time, the Cyclones had been Read More »
AMES — Paul Rhoads wasn’t surprised Iowa State started the game fast on offense. He knew they would.
The Cyclones put up 14 points in the first 15:57 minutes of the game, but were shutout by North Dakota State for the remainder of the Read More »
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