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The Mid-Morning Dump - 9/11/13

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VAUGHN CHANCES INCREASING. Rashad Vaughn is coming to Iowa State for an official visit on November 17th for the Michigan game. 24/7's recent Crystal Ball projections all have him signing with Team Dreamy.

POST PRACTICE INTERVIEWS. Paul Rhoads and Courtney Messingham chat with Cyclones.TV after yesterday's practice.

REDEMPTION. After an embarrassing performance against UNI, Jeremiah George and the rest of the defense are out for redemption against the Hawkeyes.

SOMETHING'S UP WITH ERNST. The big TE has been sidelined with a strange illness... so I'm going with the theory that UNI poisoned him.

MORE KNOTT MEMORIES. Jake Knott had a huge Cy-Hawk moment last year that made Ed Podolak premature all over the place, so younger brother Luke wants to follow in his footsteps.

REBOUND TIME. Brandon Chatmon writes about Iowa State's big rebound opportunity this weekend.

RHOADS LIKED THE BYE. Coach Rhoads was a fan of the bye week because the team lost.

OKLAHOMA STATE PART 2. My God, academics weren't a top priority for football players? NO WAY. Meanwhile, Jason Whitlock absolutely goes to town on Thayer Evans, one of the writers of the series. Also, T. Boone Pickens made a statement, though it's mostly about how fabulously rich he is.

THE FALL OF MACK. Comparing the tenure of Mack Brown to the fall of Rome.

THIS WEEK IN SCHADENFREUDE. This week's edition is pretty Texas-centric, just like the Big 12.

SOLVING JOHNNY FOOTBALL. A very detailed look at how Alabama can solve their Johnny Manziel problem.

THE NUMERICAL. Bill Connelly checks out the numbers, and Baylor has broken football.

GOTTLIEB ON MANZIEL. A pretty good analysis of Johnny Manziel by a guy who claims that was basically him 20 years ago.

BOOBS FOR PIZZA. I wonder how well this promotion would have gone over at Jeff's Pizza?

CHIP WANTS HYPERSPEED. Chip Kelly was somehow unhappy with the already voluminous number of plays the Eagles ran on Monday.