It isn't Iowa State Head Coach Matt Campbell's style to hang his head after a loss, so after the 24-21 defeat to the hands of No. 6 Oklahoma S…
The final score (24-21) might not show it, but Iowa State was the far inferior team on the field Saturday between No. 17 Iowa State and No. 6 …
In a battle between two of the Big 12's undefeated teams, No. 17 Iowa State travelled to Stillwater, Oklahoma, to face the No. 6 Oklahoma Stat…
With the Big 12 wide open, one matchup will shift the weight of Big 12 football in the 2020 season Saturday.
When No. 17 Iowa State and No. 6 Oklahoma State kickoff in the potential de-facto Big 12 regular season title game Saturday afternoon, all eyes will be on the backfield.
A lot can change in a year or two.
After having a week off from Big 12 competition in the form of a bye week following its three game win streak, Iowa State football is back and is preparing for one of its biggest games of the season.
Let me be one of the first to admit: I think I’m wrong.
Another win for Iowa State in Big 12 conference play allowed itself to move into the top-20 in the AP-top 25 poll on Sunday.
As chaos defined the Cotton Bowl and the Big 12 was turned upside down once again Saturday, the Cyclones and Red Raiders faced off in Ames in a relatively uneventful matchup.
If there was one glaring area where Iowa State would struggle in the 2020 college football season, a lot of fingers were pointed at the trenches.
A common expression in the game of football is, “defense wins championships.” On Saturday, Iowa State’s defense showed why the Cyclones hold a legitimate shot at the Big 12 Championship.