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Coe to induct 4 into athletics hall of fame

CEDAR RAPIDS — Coe College announced Friday it will induct four people into its athletics hall of fame during homecoming weekend Sept. 18-21.

The 2014 HOF class is Lorri Eberhard Zeller, Brent Thurness and Marika Pewe. Zeller (class o [...]

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Philadelphia Eagles cut linebacker Jake Knott

Former ISU linebacker Jake Knott was one of 14 players released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.

Knott spent his rookie season last year with the Eagles after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent following the 2013 [...]

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West straight to the point in leadership approach

Editor’s note: Last in a series breaking down the ISU football team position by position.

By Dylan Montz, correspondent

AMES — When Jarvis West speaks, people take notice. The quiet fifth-year senior doesn’t [...]

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Philadelphia Eagles cut linebacker Jake Knott

Former ISU linebacker Jake Knott was one of 14 players released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.

Knott spent his rookie season last year with the Eagles after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent following the 2013 [...]

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Philadelphia Eagles cut linebacker Jake Knott

Former ISU linebacker Jake Knott was one of 14 players released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.

Knott spent his rookie season last year with the Eagles after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent following the 2013 [...]

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Philadelphia Eagles cut linebacker Jake Knott

Former ISU linebacker Jake Knott was one of 14 players released by the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.

Knott spent his rookie season last year with the Eagles after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent following the 2013 [...]

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Shymansky has ‘lofty, but reasonable’ goals

IOWA CITY — Sometime Wednesday, players and coaches will meet goals for the University of Iowa volleyball team.

Bond Shymansky already has some in mind.

“I have some lofty goals, but they’re realistic goals, [...]

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Coe hopes to reload, not rebuild

CEDAR RAPIDS – You’ve got left tackle Lathan Bass, wide receivers Nick Lenstra and Elijah Phillips, quarterback Josh Rekers and linebacker Gaetano Tarantino. That’s it.

You want to know Coe College’s returning foo [...]

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Fennelly living the dream at Iowa State

Editor’s note: Bill Fennelly is about to enter his 20th season as women’s basketball coach at Iowa State. Nicole Greiner of the Iowa State Athletics Communications staff decided to take a look at his impact on the program. Hereȁ [...]

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B1G additions lead to richer Iowa coffers

IOWA CITY — The Big Ten’s addition of two new members is good financial news for the league’s athletics departments.

Iowa forecasts a boost of nearly $4.44 million in conference revenue to more than $30.7 million for fis [...]

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‘No separation’ between ISU quarterbacks for starting spot

AMES — In deciding who Iowa State’s starting quarterback will be this fall, offensive coordinator Mark Mangino needs one thing: his trained set of eyes.

Mangino, along with the approval of Coach Paul Rhoads, decided they [...]

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ISU secondary shows ‘flashes’ in first week of fall camp

AMES — Players in the ISU secondary have heard time and again about how young they are and their level of inexperience.

And while those things may be true, the guys that fill the Cyclones’ depth chart in the secondary, a [...]

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Panthers find depth more than just numbers

CEDAR FALLS — It’s often looked over, or forgotten, in football that depth is more than just having a lot of players at any given position.

Sure, it’s great to have six wide receivers, for instance. But can the si [...]

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Competition driving UNI quarterbacks

CEDAR FALLS — Any time a football team has more than one capable quarterback, the term “quarterback competition” is going to get thrown around.

It’s the nature of the beast, and something to which Northern [...]

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COMMUNITY: Summer basketball back in C.R.

CEDAR RAPIDS — Gyms will not fall silent in Cedar Rapids this summer thanks to the Cedar Rapids College Summer League.

The brainchild of Jason Pershing, the league is entering its third year. Teams are made of primarily local c [...]

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