Iowa State football gained another name on Friday as it hired Dave Andrews from the University of Pittsburgh as its Director of Football Stren…
Iowa State took a hit to its coaching staff on Thursday.
Iowa State’s season ended on Saturday on a sour note. The Cyclones lost 33-9 to the Notre Dame Irish.
It was all Irish on Saturday in the 2019 Camping World Bowl.
Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell said in the lead-up to Saturday's Camping World Bowl that he had yet to see the Cyclones play a complete g…
The hope of three eight win seasons in a row were destroyed on Saturday for Iowa State with a 33-9 loss to Notre Dame in the Camping World Bowl.
The Camping World Bowl is fast approaching as the game between Iowa State and No. 14 Notre Dame will take place on Saturday.
High praise came Iowa State's way early and often from Notre Dame's Head Coach Brian Kelly ahead of Saturday's Camping World Bowl.
We just got to Orlando, Florida, and let me tell you, the drive was as long as advertised. Exhausted but ready to go — the life of a college journalist.
Coming into the 2019 season, Iowa State had some lofty expectations after two straight winning seasons. The defense wasn't losing much, the offense was led by one of the better players in program history in only his sophomore year and at the helm was a coach who had completely upended the program into a Big 12 contender.
As 2020 draws near, it means another decade has come to a close—a decade that brought great success to Iowa State football in more ways than one.
Iowa State had a calm Wednesday as the Early Signing Period got underway. The Cyclones were quiet, as 20 players from the 2020 class sent in their Letters of Intent (LOI) and two recruits who grey-shirted were added to the scholarship count.
Before Iowa State travels down to Orlando on Dec. 28 to battle No. 14 Notre Dame in the Camping World Bowl, Matt Campbell and the rest of Iowa State football officially welcomed its 2020 recruiting class Wednesday afternoon.
It’s safe to say Iowa State isn’t the most well-decorated team in the history of bowl games. The Cyclones haven’t appeared in a bowl game three years in a row since the early 2000s — but when Iowa State takes the field against the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Dec. 28, it’ll be the team’s third-straight bowl game in just four years under head coach Matt Campbell.
Notre Dame has been a part of some insane rivalries over the years, but the Fighting Irish have never faced Iowa State — which isn't all that surprising, given Iowa State's relative place in the history of college football. But now, the Cyclones have their chance in the sun against one of the sport's elite programs.
On Sunday afternoon, Iowa State was picked to play No. 14 Notre Dame in the 2019 Camping World Bowl. This marks the third straight bowl game for the Cyclones and the first appearance for Iowa State in the Camping World.
I'll be honest — there's not a ton of "look on the bright side" moments for Iowa State from the Saturday night debacle in Manhattan, Kansas.
Closing out its regular season with a 27-17 loss to Kansas State, the Cyclones had plenty of reasons for why they will finish the regular season 7-5.
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Iowa State got off to as bad a start as one could possibly imagine Saturday night in the Northeast Kansas winds of Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Bill Snyder is gone and the Cyclones are on a one game win streak against the Kansas State Wildcats. This is Iowa State's chance to rewrite the script of this rivalry.
It's been a house of horrors for Iowa State for the best part of a decade.
In what many expected to be a relatively easy win over Kansas in its 2019 home finale, Iowa State struggled to contain a low-ranking Jayhawks offense and saw plenty mistakes of its own.
No. 22 Iowa State came into its Senior Day matchup against Kansas as 24.5 point favorites—with the Jayhawks having one win in conference play and sitting dead-last in the standings.
The Cyclones gave the seniors a parting gift on Saturday, as they defeated Kansas 41-31 and moved to 7-4 on the season.
Iowa State football grabbed an important commitment at a position of need Tuesday morning, with the commitment of 2020 junior college defensive tackle Latrell Bankston.
After toppling No. 22 Texas last weekend in Jack Trice Stadium and becoming bowl eligible for a third straight season, another milestone remains for the Cyclones.
Iowa State wasn't in the AP or coaches' top-25 poll this week, but the Cyclones now find themselves in the College Football Playoff top-25 for the first time all season.
Senior Week is here for the Cyclones.
A fractured hip for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa ended his season and left questions about his future on Saturday. Alabama was left with no experienced quarterback on its roster to fill the void.
Iowa State can't help but play every big game down to the wire. It seems like it's in the Cyclones' DNA to make things as tight as possible.
The Cyclones clinched bowl eligibility with its sixth win of the season on Saturday. Texas staged a late comeback but Iowa State won on a game winning field goal by Connor Assalley 23-21.
What ended up being a walk-off field goal nearly ended in defeat for the Cyclones on Saturday night after an uncharacteristic fourth quarter on defense.
Connor Assalley lined up a 36-yard field goal with four seconds on the clock. Thirty-six yards separated Iowa State from what would have been a fourth loss by two points or less and a walk-off win over the No. 22 Texas Longhorns.
Though its Big 12 title hopes are over, Iowa State still has something to play for.
Iowa State's starting left tackle has been nearly everywhere since his time with the Cyclones began in 2015 — and that's just on the field.
Compared to the play the Cyclones have given on the field, Iowa State's 2019 record doesn't add up.
A week removed from losing to the Oklahoma Sooners 42-41, Iowa State now must prepare to face another top-level Big 12 opponent in the Texas Longhorns.
One hell of a football game took place Saturday night at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
With great position and three pressured throws, Iowa State looked to be in position for some impact turnovers. Instead, disaster struck early on.