3SUS AND HIS ROLE. Other than being the savior we all hoped for, Naz Long discusses how working on his shot allowed him to serve as a possible replacement for Tyrus McGee.
SOLVING BYU. BYU's blistering pace and playing at altitude are two things the Cyclones must figure out if they are to win in Provo tonight.
BYU PREVIEW. Chris Williams previews tonight's match up with the Cougars.
SHON JOHN REFLECTS. Shontrelle Johnson reflects on his career in Ames and what could have been had he remained healthy. As an unabashed Shontrelle fan I wish we had seen him reach his true potential, but glad for the memories he did create, like this:
SENIOR DAY MOMENTUM. Lost in all the grousing about the weather and the poor team is the fact Saturday night is the last game in Jack Trice Stadium for a whole bunch of seniors looking for a win.
PLAYERS TALK KANSAS. Those same seniors talk about this weekend's match up with the Jayhawks and there's a preview by John Walters.
SPIN DOCTOR WINS AGAIN. A good write up from Steve Malchow about how six of Iowa State's ten sports are ranked nationally. A healthy athletic department is never a bad thing.
NO EASY POINTS. You may think 100 point outbursts are easy, but it's not as easy for Jack Taylor to score the way he does.
THE NUMERICAL. This week's edition leads off with everyone's suddenly most feared opponent: Kansas.
SMART DOING SMART THINGS. Marcus Smart exploded last night against Memphis.
RHOADS WOULD BE SO PROUD. Kent State executes a fake punt that even Paul Rhoads would be proud of: