Iowa State Football
RED ZONE BLUES. Sam Richardson knows ISU must get better in the red zone, according to Rob Gray.
HE'S BAAAAACK. Junior offensive lineman Jacob Dunning will make his return to the field on Saturday against Kansas.
ATTACK THE DAY. That's what cornerback Brian Peavy tells himself, and it's helped him become a breakout player so far this season.
BEEFCAKES. Bobby La Gesse examines what ISU's offensive line has to do to improve their pass protection.
QUESTIONABLE. Levi Peters is dealing with a rib injury and isn't guaranteed to play against Kansas.
Iowa State Basketball
THE FIZER REVIVAL. Mike Green conducted a fantastic in-depth interview with former Cyclone big man Marcus Fizer ahead of his induction to the ISU Athletics Hall of Fame.
RECRUITING VISITS. High school prospects Zach Norvell and Jakolby Long are visiting Iowa State this weekend.
IT HAPPENED AGAIN. Derrick Rose got injured at the first day of Chicago Bulls practice. In other news: water is wet, the sky is blue and grass is green.
DREAMY SCOUTING REPORT. The Mayor runs through his thoughts on the Bulls' personnel for the upcoming year (D-Rose comments made BEFORE the above injury).
Around The Country
PREMATURE DECLARATION. The Los Angeles Dodgers were mistakenly named National League champions when they clinched their division last night.
VEGETABLE SNIPER. The only thing Nik Stauskas can't make a 3-pointer with? Cauliflower.
HERD BURNED. Utah Jazz guard Gordon Hayward had a sick burn for Colin Cowherd.
AMES/ISU NEEDS THIS. One bar in Orlando is giving away free beer during every UCF game until they win. WHY CAN'T YOU DO THE SAME THING, AMES BARS?
FREE ADVERTISING. Aaron Rodgers commented on Jamaal Charles using the "discount double check" motion.
Aaron Rodgers on Jamaal Charles doing the belt: "State Farm appreciates it" https://t.co/pEnZVd7jpe— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) September 29, 2015
IT'S JUST A GAME. A Brazilian soccer referee pulled a gun out on players during a red card dispute.
HONESTLY, AVENGERS. Marvel's money maker gets the honest treatment.