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Fall camp is in full swing with the start of the college football season three weekends away. The Cyclones had their first full week of fall c…
Iowa State football has—on paper—one of the best defenses in the Big 12 lined up for the 2019 season. Eight of last year’s 11 regular starters are returning, with the defensive line of JaQuan Bailey, Jamahl Johnson, Enyi Uwazurike and Ray Lima intact.
For the first time since 2014, Iowa State had players taken in the NFL draft, but the success of wide receiver Hakeem Butler and running back David Montgomery also comes with a cost.
Aside from kick returns, Iowa State’s special teams ranked in the bottom half of the Big 12 and the team will need bigger contributions from the players in the third facet of the game.
As sophomore Brock Purdy returns to lead the offense for the Cyclones in his second season at quarterback, there are many who are expecting the offensive side of the ball to take a step back.
Iowa State football coach Matt Campbell and his team lacked production at the tight end position in the 2017 season. But after a strong 2018 campaign, the Cyclone tight ends are now met with some expectations before the 2019 season.
Once Matt Campbell took his position in front of the microphone in the Bergstrom conference room Thursday morning with a white polo, a new haircut and a boatload of expectations on his team’s shoulders, football season in Ames, Iowa was fully underway.
As media day for the 2019 Iowa State football season came to a close on Thursday, one thing was clear when it came to the offense for this upcoming season: there are uncertainties at almost every position.
After attending the Alamo Bowl last season, Iowa State returns coach Matt Campbell and several players, many of whom have been named to award watchlists.
Georges Niang, Iowa State alumnus and current member of the Utah Jazz, will be attending multiple events in Ames this weekend including the 3rd Annual Georges Niang Golf Tournament.
With players graduating or entering the NBA draft after last season, Iowa State will have several players who can fill into empty spots in the starting lineup.
Without Hakeem Butler and Matthew Eaton, the Iowa State receiving corp will feature several players are inexperienced or are in new roles.
Iowa State will face off against Northern Iowa, Iowa, Louisiana-Monroe and finally Big 12-opponent Baylor in the first four games of the 2019 season.
After finishing in fifth place out of six teams in the regular season 2019 YMCA Capital City League regular season, the MRG International team defeated the three-seeded Waukee-Clive Vet Clinic 115-109.
After the departure of David Montgomery to the NFL Draft, Iowa State finds itself with five running backs vying for the starting position.
Big 12 officials, coaches and players gathered at the Dallas Cowboys’ stadium in Texas for the Big 12 Media Days.
Coming into the 2019 NBA Las Vegas Summer League, Iowa State had eight former players on rosters. However, only six of them played in the 2019 NBA Las Vegas Summer League.
Tre Jackson dominated the stat sheet on Thursday at the YMCA Cap City League when he notched a triple-double, while Rasir Bolton scored the most of any Iowa State player during the night, with 51 points.
They may not produce eye-popping statistics or jaw-dropping sacks on game day, but the work Iowa State’s interior defensive linemen do allows other players to make plays and the defense to smother opponents trying to run the ball.
Four Iowa State defensive players were a part of the Preseason All-Big 12 team, which was announced Tuesday.
The fourth week of the 2019 YMCA Capital City League featured games where many players shined, including some Iowa State players.
Tyrese Haliburton captured the gold medal for the United States after defeating Mali in the championship game of the U19 FIBA World Cup.
Eight former Iowa State basketball players have earned roster spots on an NBA Summer League team roster and will begin play in the 2019 NBA Las Vegas Summer League Friday through at least July 11 in Las Vegas, Nev.
The United States thrashed Latvia 116-66 in both teams' first game of tournament play in the U19 FIBA World Cup.
The United States finished the group stage of the U19 FIBA World Cup unscathed after beating Senegal in their last group game 87-58.
Former Iowa State guard Matt Thomas will be playing in the NBA next season, but he won’t be returning stateside after signing a deal with the Toronto Raptors, as first reported by Eurohoops’ Varlos Nikos.
Through the first several games of group play at the U19 FIBA World Cup, several teams have established themselves as competitive teams that could vie for the tournament’s top spots.
Playing on a team with several five-star recruits and collegiate players, Iowa State’s Tyrese Haliburton has made an early impact for the U.S. team at the U19 FIBA World Cup.
To kick off the 2019 U19 FIBA World Cup, the United States will take on New Zealand in its first game Saturday and then face Lithuania Sunday.
At defensive end, Iowa State will be returning every starter who was a part of the stingiest defense in the Big 12 against the run, and second-best defense in the Big 12 against the pass.
For his work in community service and his display of good character, former Iowa State running back David Montgomery was named the 2019 Big 12 Male Sportsperson of the Year on Tuesday.
After winning Group F handily, the U.S. team was able to escape an early exit from the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup with two penalty kicks to advance past Spain 2-1 in the round of 16 on Monday.
Two former Iowa State basketball players have agreed to suit up for NBA Summer League teams after not hearing their names called in the 2019 NBA Draft.
Out of the 45 total players who played in three games of the second weekend of the 2019 YMCA Capital City League, four players shined brighter than the rest.
Packing his bags for Greece will be Iowa State's Tyrese Haliburton, who was named to the U.S. U19 FIBA World Cup team.
As one of five college players named as a finalist, Haliburton will be competing with an array of highly touted high school players.
At the Final X series, Kevin Gadson and Thomas Gilman both lost and failed to earn the top spot at their respective weights to represent the U.S. at the 2019 World Championships.
After losing in Final X 2018, former Iowa State wrestler Kyven Gadson will face Olympic gold medalist Kyle Snyder for a spot on the 2019 US World Team.