Cedar Rapids native O'Rien Vance fighting for starting spot at Iowa State

Cedar Rapids native O’Rien Vance is already battling for a starting spot. Here’s how he did it.

      

 

 

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Piper Mauck works toward breakout second season

Although Piper Mauck played sparingly in her freshman season, the team sees her as one of the biggest keys to a successful season next fall.

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Peterson: From Little Cyclone to Big Cyclone — the Colin Newell story

Freshman Colin Newell has played so well, that he’s enabled ISU’s starting center to switch positions.

      

 

 

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End of Spring Notebook: Colin Newell is living the dream

Colin Newell is living his dream as a member of the Cyclones, unknowns at safety, and the quarterbacks ending spring on a high note. Notes from the end of Iowa State’s spring practices.

Source: Iowa State Daily

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Former Iowa State football standouts view changes in the program

Former Cyclones Ellis Hobbs, Ahtyba Rubin and Chris Washington shared their thoughts on the current state of Iowa State’s football program.

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Former Iowa State star and NFL veteran believes Matt Campbell has the capability to coach in NFL

Ellis Hobbs sees a lot of the traits in Matt Campbell he saw in his former NFL coaches

      

 

 

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Cyclones women’s soccer team ends injury-plagued spring season

The Cyclones’ women’s soccer team ended a spring season marred by injuries with a 3-1 loss to Drake on Friday night.

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Cyclone volleyball defeats Iowa 3-1 in spring exhibition

Iowa State volleyball picked up its second win of the spring with a 3-1 against the rival Iowa Hawkeyes.

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How old should kids be before they play tackle football? This Iowa legend says 14.

The former Hawkeye joins some of the biggest names in professional football who think tackling can wait until boys are more developed.

      

 

 

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