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The Mid-Morning Dump - 4/22/13

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A STABLE OF RUNNING BACKS. Iowa State looks loaded in the backfield this year, with last year's third stringer DeVondrick Nealy piling up 173 yards at the spring game.

NEALY AND BUNDRAGE ON SPRING. CFTV caught up with both Devondrick Nealy and Quenton Bundrage about how spring football went.

SHONTRELLE'S VOW. The Cyclones' regular #1 RB promises he will be back from offseason ACL surgery.

CAN RUN, NEED MORE PASSES. The passing game looked inconsistent at best on Saturday.

KICKERS KICKERS KICKERS. Iowa State's placekicking job is still up for grabs after the coaches allowed both players to try every field goal, to varying results.

DEFENSE SHOWS PROMISE. Willie Scott's .1 grams of weed must have fueled him, because he was pretty good on Saturday.

SPRING SEASON WRAPS UP. ISU closed the volleyball spring season with a 3-3-2 record.

SPRING GAME ATTENDANCES. A list of all the announced (and probably incredibly inaccurate) attendances this year.

FAT GUY QB DRAW. Notre Dame provided a "Chocolate Thunder" touchdown.

LES MILES WILL ANSWER YOUR PHONE. If you're a reporter and let it ring during his press conference.

SUAREZ GOES WALKING DEAD. Liverpool man Luis Suarez decided to try to eat a Chelsea player on Sunday.

AJ'S TERRIBLE, AWFUL, NO GOOD DAY. A.J. Clemente's first day as a Bismarck news anchor couldn't have gone much worse.

TRULY FASCINATING. The Washington Post has all the details on the Boston bombing investigation.

AL MICHAELS GETS A DUI. I'd like to see him narrate his own arrest.