BASKETBALL IS BACK IN IOWA. Iowa State and Iowa both finish in the top 25 for national attendance.
PRACTICE 10 AND 11. Video is up on Cyclones.com.
EXPANSION? Jamie Pollard talks about what rising ticket sales mean for stadium expansion.
BETTER THAN BEFORE? Kirby Van Der Kamp is striving to be even better than he was in his first three years on campus.
O'BANNON CASE NO GOOD FOR IOWA STATE. ISU is mentioned as a school that would be negatively affected if Ed O'Bannon wins his lawsuit against the NCAA.
TEAM DIETITIAN. Cory Morrissey is not only turning heads on the field, he's the team's informal dietitian.
DE REPORT. After David Irving was moved to DT, here's how the rest of the DE's stack up.
RIVALS BECOME FRIENDS. Joel Lanning and Chanse Creekmur were rivals in high school, but are now friendly teammates.
ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. A look at the numbers (44.8% of drives ended in a punt. 44.8!) reveal Iowa State's offense has pretty much no place to go but up this year.
ATHLETIC TRAINING PROPS. Iowa State's Mark Coberly won a distinguished athletic training award.
NOT ALL ABOUT OFFENSE. The Big 12 is often maligned for being all offense, but that's not completely true, says Cowboys Ride For Free.
HELLO, MR. ROGERS. Charlie Rogers is ESPN's pick to go from unknown to game changer this season for the Cyclones.
LET'S HOPE UBBEN DOESN'T SEE THIS. The Onion with a not completely unbelievable article on deep-frying a virgin at the Iowa State Fair.
HARDY CHARACTER WITH A SAWED OFF SHOTGUN. You know, I like this description of Iowa State in a world without college football video games.
USA! USA! USA! After going down 2-0 in the first half, the US Men's National Team came roaring back to beat Bosnia, fueled by Jozy Altidore's hat trick.