Twitter Reacts to Iowa State Upsetting Oklahoma

Heisman Trophy odds and National Championship aspirations can burn on a fall Saturday afternoon if you’re not careful, just ask Baker Mayfield and the Oklahoma Sooners. This is the 7th straight season Oklahoma has lost a game in which it was a double-digit favorite, and today’s upset loss to Iowa State, who had a quarterback

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Iowa State’s Monte Morris Hits Game Winner vs. Iowa (Video)

The fourth ranked Iowa State Cyclones played host to in-state rival Iowa tonight in Ames. At one point in the second half, the Cyclones trailed by as much as 20. Jameel McKay led the charge with 20 points, 12 rebounds, two dimes and two steals. However, star point guard, Monte Morris, stole the show with

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Iowa State Placeholder Austin Fischer Has Hilarious PAT Celebration (Video)

Iowa State’s Austin Fischer makes the most of his opportunities during the game. Fischer broke out an arrow gesture celebration after the ball went through the uprights. Yes! The most amped holder in the country just brought out a new celebration. Best one yet. #CampusRush pic.twitter.com/QFtjUVMyJQ — Chris Wolff (@HashtagChrisss) October 3, 2015 Another Cole

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Iowa State Hires Steve Prohm As Head Coach

Iowa State has another quality coach in the fold according to Gary Parrish, who reports that Murray State head coach Steve Prohm, has accepted the job vacated by Fred Hoiberg. Murray State’s Steve Prohm has reached an agreement to become Iowa State’s next head coach, a source told @CBSSports. Story coming. — Gary Parrish (@GaryParrishCBS)

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Report: Gregg Marshall To Interview For Iowa State Job

This is surprising, but not unheard of. According to reports, Wichita State star head coach, Gregg Marshall, will reportedly interview for the vacant Iowa State job. BREAKING: per source, Iowa State contacted Gregg Marshall and is setting up an Interview with the Wichita State coach. — Jackal Mane (@JackalMane) June 4, 2015 Per the report,

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Iowa State Coach Fred Hoiberg to Undergo 2nd Open Heart Surgery Next Week

Iowa State men’s basketball coach Fred Hoiberg will undergo another open heart surgery, this one on April 17 at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., according to a Friday news release from the athletic department. Fred Hoiberg will have open-heart surgery later this month to replace aortic valve, Iowa State announces. — Pat Forde (@YahooForde)

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UAB Upset Iowa State, 60-59 With This Game Winner (Video)

A 16 seed has never upset a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. Everything else is always up for grabs every March Madness. Iowa State found out the hard way, destroying thousands of brackets after laying a brutal egg against UAB. UAB, the 14th seed in the South, stunned 3rd seeded Iowa State, 60-59,

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ESPN’s Jay Williams Says Bulls are Interested in Fred Hoiberg As Coach

With Derrick Rose needing another knee surgery and the Bulls championship window all but closed — names are now being thrown around in discussions about the next head coach of the Chicago Bears. Iowa State’s Fred Hoiberg’s name has come up for numerous coaching and front office positions over the last few years and ESPN

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UNLV’s Leading Scorer Bryce Dejean-Jones Transferring to Iowa State

UNLV’s loss may make Iowa State the favorites in the Big 12.   Bryce Dejean-Jones has committed to transferring to Iowa State. The 6-foot-5 guard led the Runnin Rebels in scoring last season (13.6 PPG) and will be eligible immediately since he’s already graduated. “I’m in the same situation that (Kane) was,” Dejean-Jones said during

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Iowa State DL Coach Curtis Bray Has Passed Away

We have some sad news out of Ames, Iowa, this morning. according to the Cyclone Report, Iowa State defensive line coach Curtis Bray has passed away at the age of 43. Terribly sad news this morning: Iowa State football asst. coach Curtis Bray has passed away at age 43. — Paul Clark (@cyclonereport) January 15, 2014

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