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UpdatedJanuary 1, 1970
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Do you love Iowa State Football? The Iowa State Football Rush is now available to you for FREE but for a *Limited Time*! Now you can catch the Iowa State Football game!
Features of this app include:
* Iowa State Football News
* Iowa State Football Videos
* ISU Football Photos
* Fan Wall
* TEAM Shop
* Talk Smack Against Other Teams
* Connect Easily With Mobile Rush
* NCAA Scores
* NCAA Standings
* ISU Football Schedule
* Iowa State Cyclones Roster
* and MORE!
DISCLAIMER: Mobile Rush is not affiliated with Iowa State Football. But a 3rd party company that's dedicated to connecting Iowa State Football fans with their team as best as possible. With wallpaper, live wallpapers, background and theme. 66666
The history of ISU Cyclones from Wikipedia.
The Iowa State Cyclones football is the football team at the Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. The team is currently coached by Paul Rhoads.
The Cyclones compete in the Big 12 Conference, and are currently a Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) member of the NCAA. The Cyclones play their home games at Jack Trice Stadium, with a capacity of 55,000.
Football first made its way onto the Iowa State campus in 1878 as a recreational sport, but it wasn't until 1892 that an organized group of athletes first represented Iowa State in football. In 1894, college president William M. Beardshear spearheaded the foundation of an athletic association to officially sanction Iowa State football teams. The 1894 team finished with a 6–1 mark, including a 16–8 victory over what is now the University of Iowa.
Iowa State finished the season 8–4. The 1971 teams was picked to finish last in the Big Eight, but overcame odds to get a Sun Bowl bid to give the Cyclones their first bowl bid ever in Majors' fourth season at Iowa State. The team was led by George Amundson, who Majors called “the finest athlete I have coached in any job I have had.” Iowa State had one all-conference pick, LB Keith Schroeder. Offensively they were led by Amundson who rushed for 1,260 yards as a running back, including a school record of 15 touchdowns. End Keith Krepfle had 40 receptions for 570 yards and 12 touchdowns. Quarterback Dean Carlson threw for a school record of 1,867 yards.
Iowa State's defense played well, but was unable to control QB Bert Jones who was 12–18–227 with three touchdowns. Iowa State got to within four points in the fourth quarter, but Bert Jones drove LSU down the field for yet another score.

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