The Opponent: Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions (2-7, 0-0)
Tip: Sunday, 5 p.m. CST - Hilton Coliseum - Ames, Iowa
TV/Webcast: Cyclones.TV (John Walters, PxP; Eric Heft, Color)
Radio: Cyclone Radio Network (John Walters, PxP; Eric Heft, Color)
What to Know
Recap: IOWAHAHA, Cyclones Mount Massive Comeback to Beat Hawkeyes - Iowa State is fresh off of a victory over in-state rival Iowa, which saw Monte Morris nail a floater with nine seconds left to help ISU win 83-82.
The CyHawk Postmortem - Chances are, Georges Niang should get more credit for his defensive effort against Iowa than you originally thought.
We're Talking Arkansas Pine Bluff - Simply put, the Golden Lions are one of the worst teams on Iowa State's schedule, and the Cyclones shouldn't have any problem beating them.
Ark.-Pine Bluff-Iowa St. Preview - 2nd to last in the country in scoring (53.8 PPG) and field goal percentage (35.3) isn't a recipe for offensive success for Arkansas-Pine Bluff.
There's not much analysis needed here. The Cyclones should roll in this one and head into their matchup against UNI in the Big Four Classic at 9-0.
The only thing of note to know about today's game that you might not have heard already is that Naz Mitrou-Long will sit this one out to rest his hips according to Chris Williams.
Naz Mitrou-Long will miss tonight's game vs. Arkansas PB per source. Will rest hips that have bothered him all year. Had offseason surgery.— Chris Williams (@ChrisMWilliams) December 13, 2015
Despite being down one senior leader in Mitrou-Long, ISU will likely win big.
Iowa State 90, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 50