Iowa State Cyclones

Daley rises up receiver depth chart for Cyclones

AMES — It wasn’t during a face-to-face meeting with his coaches or talk among his teammates.

Dondre Daley learned he would be starting at wide receiver Saturday through a medium that initially surprised him.

“Twitt [...]

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NDSU presents strong test for Cyclones

AMES — It’s no secret in the halls of the Iowa State football offices what the challenges of playing North Dakota State will be.

The Bison are coming off their third-straight FCS national championship and own a 24-game winning [...]

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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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Elusive Wimberly ready for next step with Cyclones

Editor’ note: Seventh in a series breaking down the ISU football team position by position. Sunday: Wide receivers

By Dylan Montz, correspondent

AMES — Lou Ayeni was amazed by what he saw when fall camp began.

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Cyclones close to naming starters on defense

AMES — As fall camp draws to a close, Coach Paul Rhoads said his team is heading into the week of its first game fresh and, most importantly, healthy. There are also some competitions for starting jobs that are going to be decided so [...]

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Cyclone kicker Netten taking second look at mechanics

Editor’s note: Sixth in a series breaking down the ISU football team, position by position. Saturday: Running backs

By Dylan Montz, correspondent

AMES — Strapped to the front of Cole Netten’s helmet just above the [...]

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Luke Knott battles back from hip injury

AMES — When adversity hit Luke Knott last season, he could have let it lead him on two different paths. Upon suffering a season-ending hip injury half way through last year, he could have let that define him as a player or he could fight hi [...]

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Richardson had to work to earn second chance at QB

AMES — Paul Rhoads could see it from the first day of fall camp. Sam Richardson’s progress couldn’t be ignored.

From spring practices through fall camp, the steps the junior quarterback had taken to improve physically, u [...]

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Farniok leads Cyclone line

AMES — Tom Farniok has been showcasing his intensity his whole life.

Having always been in leadership roles on the football field, the senior center has tried to lead by example to begin his final season and make that intensity and co [...]

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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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Stronger, healthier Richardson ready to win QB job

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

By Dylan Montz, correspondent

AMES — After a season that produced a 3-9 overall record, a nagging ankle injury and much frustratio [...]

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