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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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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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‘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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Lazard just another freshman

AMES — Before he even donned an Iowa State jersey, much was said and written about the expectations placed on freshman Allen Lazard.

The wide receiver from Urbandale — a four-star recruit by rivals.com — entered f [...]

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Rhoads feeling good about Devron Moore’s return

NEWTON — Welcome back, Devron Moore.

Eventually.

That’s the word from Iowa State football Coach Paul Rhoads, who zoomed into Iowa Speedway Wednesday for a stop on the athletics department’s annual and increa [...]

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Oregon State transfer Cooke chooses Iowa State

Former Oregon State guard Hallice Cooke — the just-announced, latest transfer to join Fred Hoiberg’s Iowa State Cyclones — could always fill it up from long range.

So much so that as a senior at New Jersey’ [...]

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ISU announces signing of 7-foot-1 recruit

AMES — It’s official — and it’s a Greek to the Iowa State men’s basketball team.

Cyclones Coach Fred Hoiberg announced Monday 7-foot-1 Veroia, Greece, native Georgios Tsalmpouris signed his national letter [...]

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Defenders get pressure on ISU QBs

 

AMES — Iowa State defensive end Mitchell Meyers has been working on his speed this spring.

So far, so fast.

The 6-4, 242-pound sophomore swept inside and outside for three “touch sacks” in the first quar [...]

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No more visits

AMES — So much for that impending Arizona State visit.

Former UNLV guard Bryce Dejean-Jones — who planned a trip to Tempe after visiting Iowa State’s campus this weekend — announced on Twitter Sunday he pla [...]

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No worries at Iowa State

 

AMES — Iowa State's top playmaking wide receiver, Quenton Bundrage, failed to record a catch in Saturday's spring game.

Cause for concern? Probably not.

Bundrage, who tied a single-season school record with nine tou [...]

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