Iowa State Athletics
TALKING K-STATE. We got you covered in the preview department for tonight's game.
MONTE IS READY. Monte Morris is primed to see a much better Kansas State team tonight.
K-STATE A THREAT? Cyclone Fanatic goes in-depth on how Kansas State has become a threat in the Big 12.
PREFERRED WALK-ON. Matt Campbell secured a commitment last night from an in-state walk-on.
STAYING LOYAL. Last night, one of the Matt Campbell’s biggest recruits told other teams he was staying with Iowa State.
Just in: Cordarrius Bailey shuts recruitment down. "I told them I’m going to sign with Iowa State," he says. (VIP): https://t.co/9xvVaXWbUt pic.twitter.com/m7tkJxrzxb— Alex Halsted (@AlexHalsted) January 24, 2017
MORE RECRUITING! Iowa State landed in the top 5 for athlete Michael Onyemaobi. He will announce on National Signing Day.
Top 5 top 5 top 5 #February1st pic.twitter.com/tlxozgF1F3— Michael D. Onyemaobi (@M_Onyemaobi) January 24, 2017
Around The Country
TEXAS WINNER! Freshman Andrew Jones hit a game winner for Texas to take down Oklahoma last night.
Espectacular game-winner del freshman Andrew Jones para dar la victoria a Texas frente a Oklahoma: pic.twitter.com/2cpTm6gzPb— Esperando Marzo (@esperandomarzo) January 24, 2017
MORE GRAYSON! Grayson Allen just seems to find trouble. It’s starting to affect his game as well as Duke falls again.
Just the usual Grayson Allen stuff. pic.twitter.com/gkXMYU597C— SB Nation (@SBNation) January 24, 2017
ERIN ANDREWS CANCER DIAGNOSIS. Erin Andrews was diagnosed with cancer and never missed a game.
WWE STUFF! Brock Lesnar, Undertaker and Goldberg were all in the ring at one time last night. If you are into that sort of thing.
LEBRON MAD! Lebron is asking the Cavs to do something right now!
LIFE OF A 10-DAY. See what it is like to have a 10-day contract in the NBA.
VENTURA REMAINING CONTRACT. There is roughly 20 Million left on Yordano Ventura’s contract and it all hinges on a toxicology report.
A 94-year-old Royals fan left hospice care to visit Yordano Ventura’s memorial https://t.co/OXAbHg4Cv8 pic.twitter.com/ocvGMItLDw— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) January 24, 2017
SPORTS REPORTERS CANCELED. ESPN is cancelling the Sports Reporters after 30 years.