AMES — Just a couple days after taking the Cy-Hawk trophy home to Ames for its win against Iowa, Iowa State nearly swept the individual Big 12 weekly awards.
Sophomore kicker Cole Netten was named the Big 12 Special Teams Playe [...]continue »
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 s [...]continue »
AMES — It may be a week filled with fans of Iowa and Iowa State engaging nonstop in Cy-Hawk rivalry debates and conversations, but Paul Rhoads isn’t paying attention to the outside noise.
All he knows is what is going on [...]continue »
1. Establish consistency in the running game. Iowa State will have to find a way to run the football to succeed on offense. The Cyclones haven’t produced big numbers running the ball and backs Aaron Wimberly and DeVondrick Nealy, as well as [...]continue »
AMES — After each game, Iowa State football coaches put together performance-grading sheets determining how well each member of the team played.
In Jevohn Miller’s case, he was feeling pretty good after looking at his sheet, co [...]continue »
AMES — It was the play call Jarvis West had been waiting for all day.
Already having a productive day with a 17-yard touchdown reception and an 82-yard punt return for a touchdown, West’s number was called again. This time, tho [...]continue »
AMES — Jevohn Miller knows what he has to do, but he feels comfortable with where he’s at.
The senior linebacker, who was tabbed as the starting weak side linebacker, slid into the starting middle linebacker spot against Kansas [...]continue »
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 wi [...]continue »
By Dylan Montz, correspondent
AMES — Coming off a junior college national championship at Iowa Western in 2012, Aaron Wimberly and Jake Waters were as close as brothers.
Wimberly, a running back from Snellville, Ga., and [...]continue »