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The Mid-Morning Dump: Iowa State Football Media Day is Here

The festivities begin at 10 a.m.!

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Iowa State Football

MEDIA DAY! Today is Iowa State football media day, and you can check out live coverage on Cyclones.TV when the festitivites start at 10 a.m.

MEDIA DAY QUESTIONS. Uncle Randy takes a look at questions that should be addressed during media day.

FEWER POUNDS, MORE SUCCESS. When D-line coach Eli Rasheed came to town, he urged current Cyclones to slim down. Now, he’s hoping quicker, faster linemen will make waves in the Big 12.

MAXIMUM POWER. After missing the start of fall camp, Demond Tucker is back to full strength.

5 THINGS. Dylan Montz comes up with five things to watch for this fall.

Iowa State Basketball

COMMODORE SHOWDOWN. The Cyclones will officially take on Vanderbilt at 3 p.m. on ESPN2 in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. The entire tournament will take place on January 28, 2017.

YUUUUUGE COMMITMENT? 4-star wing player Terrence Lewis is announcing his college choice today at 5 p.m. Stay tuned... It’s looking good for Iowa State.

Around The Country

WORDS FULFILLED. After calling out her Russian rival for doping, American Lilly King backed up her trash talk by beating the Russian in the 100-meter breaststroke final.

MEME’D! Michael Phelps’ death stare turned into a meme last night. Naturally, we got in on the craze.

HOUSTON = BAD? One former Houston coach, now at K-State, thinks Houston would be a bad fit for the Big 12.

HOUSTON = GOOD? On the other hand, resident FanPoster NotDanGable did an expansion article on Houston and thinks the Cougars are a pretty good option.

NEVER DISCONNECTED. During Olympic competition, a French fencer’s phone fell out of his pocket.

JOHNNY WEIR OLYMPIC OUTFIT TRACKER. Because you obviously need to pay attention.

MCGREGOR V WWE. Easily one of the best beefs in the world of sports right now.

JOURNALISM. John Oliver addresses a suffering industry.