WRECK TECH The Cyclones will break out the “beat Tech by 1000” jerseys this weekend.
STATS DON’T LIE Iowa State currently has 5 statistical leaders in the Big 12.
CROSS COUNTRY SWEEP The Whirly Bird cross country squad brings home men’s and women’s athlete of the week.
No slowing down these two.— Big 12 Conference (@Big12Conference) October 7, 2020
♂️ Wesley Kiptoo: cruised to his 2⃣nd victory of the season with an 8K time of 23:34.5 - 27 seconds clear of the field.
♀️ Cailie Logue: led the @CycloneTrackXC women to a 1⃣st place finish at the Cowboy Jamboree with her 6K time of 20:38.6. pic.twitter.com/3ljpRksTVB
IT’S BROCKTOBER BABYYYYY Here’s why Brock Purdy is this week’s offensive player to watch.
LET’S BREAK IT DOWN Check out the Wide Right Film Room to see what went well against OU.
WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM QB SHAKE-UP Dwayne Haskins did not only get benched, but was demoted to 3rd string.
ELITE Super Bowl MVP and elite quarterback Joe Flacco will start this week in place of injured Jets QB Sam Darnold.
PLAYOFF KERSHAW While still bringing home a game two victory, Clayton Kershaw tried his hardest to blow the lead by giving up back to back homers...again.
Clayton Kershaw has now allowed back-to-back home runs three times in the playoffs: Ketel Marte and Jeff Mathis (2017 NLDS), Juan Soto and Anthony Rendon (2019 NLDS), Manny Machado and Eric Hosmer (2020 NLDS).— J.P. Hoornstra (@jphoornstra) October 8, 2020
He's only allowed back-to-back home runs once in the regular season.
STANTON STAYS RED HOT Giancarlo Stanton homers once again but the Yankees fall to the Rays to find themselves down 2-1 in the series.
HATE TO SEE IT A’s win, Astros lose. Suck it.
BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS LeBron James is the latest athlete to grace the cover of the iconic cereal. Here’s why it was special.