AMES — Through five weeks and four games, Iowa State continues to search for answers in its rushing attack.
The Cyclones rushed for 127 yards as a team in a 49-28 loss to No. 7 Baylor on Saturday at Jack Trice Stadium. But take away [...]continue »
ISU RUSH OFFENSE VS. BAYLOR RUSH DEFENSE
Iowa State has yet to find an identity in the running game, ranking last in the Big 12 in rushing yards per game (96.3). Baylor has been very effective at stopping the run, allowing just 64.3 yards pe [...]continue »
AMES — When Paul Rhoads looks at what Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty does on the football field, one word jumps to him before all others: accuracy.
As the starting quarterback for the Bears (3-0) last season, Petty threw for 4, [...]continue »
AMES — Mitchell Meyers was caught off guard when he got the news.
The sophomore walked into the Bergstrom Football Complex on Sunday before the Cyclones’ game against Iowa ready to begin another week of practice as a def [...]continue »
AMES — With offensive-juggernaut Baylor on the horizon, Paul Rhoads walked into his news conference Monday well aware of the challenges his team faces Saturday.
When he was asked how many points his team most likely would have [...]continue »
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 »