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Iowa State Cyclones
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Established in 1858
Names
  • Iowa State Cyclones (2018-present)
Other Nicknames
'Clones, ISU
Conference
Big 12 Conference
Location
Ames, Iowa
Colors
Cardinal and Gold
Head Coaches
Stadium
CFP National Championships
None
College Football Playoffs Appearances
2018 (Semifinal)
Conference Championships
2018

Iowa State University is a NFCAA accredited university in Ames, Iowa and a member of the Big 12 Conference. Founded in 1858 and coeducational from its start, Iowa State became the nation’s first designated land-grant institution when the Iowa Legislature accepted the provisions of the 1862 Morrill Act on September 11, 1862, making Iowa the first state in the nation to do so. Iowa State University's athletic teams, the Cyclones, compete in the NFCAA and are a founding member of the Big 12 Conference and NFCAA.

The "Cyclones" name dates back to 1895. That year, Iowa suffered an unusually high number of devastating cyclones (as tornadoes were called at the time). In September, Iowa Agricultural College's football team traveled to Northwestern University and defeated that team by a score of 36-0. The next day, the Chicago Tribune's headline read "Struck by a Cyclone: It Comes from Iowa and Devastates Evanston Town."[83] The article began, "Northwestern might as well have tried to play football with an Iowa cyclone as with the Iowa team it met yesterday." The nickname stuck.

The school colors are cardinal and gold. The mascot is Cy the Cardinal, introduced in 1954. Since a cyclone was determined to be difficult to depict in costume, the cardinal was chosen in reference to the school colors. A contest was held to select a name for the mascot, with the name Cy being chosen as the winner.

Traditions[edit]

Not available

Rivalry Games[edit]

Records[edit]

Overall Record: 11-4

Bowl Record: 1-1

Home Record: 7-0

Away Record: 2-3

Consecutive Home Wins: 7

2018 Schedule[edit]

Week Loc Opp Score
1 vs Illinois 30-24 W
2 @ Iowa 27-34 L OT
3 vs. Baylor 80-38 W
4 vs Arkansas 17-14 W
5 @ Kansas 46-52 L
6 vs West Virginia 45-21 W
7 vs. Oklahoma 49-35 W
8 vs Texas Tech 24-17 W
9 @ TCU 31-38 L
10 @ Oklahoma State 47-24 W
11 @ Texas 34-20 W
12 vs. Kansas State 27-17 W
Big 12 Championship Game @ Kansas 37-28 W
College Football Playoffs Quarterfinal vs Louisiana-Monroe 69-54 W
College Football Playoffs Semifinal vs Marshall 21-24 L

Final Record: 11-4

Roster[edit]

Starters

Offense

Num Name Pos Year
15 Brock Purdy QB Fr
32 David Montgomery HB So
7 Joel Lanning FB/QB Sr
69 Rob "Nice" Sexton LT Fr
78 James Sauce LG Jr
75 Harold Simpson C Fr
76 Teo Kealoha RG Jr
77 Plank Delgado RT Sr
5 Allen Lazard WR Sr
84 Bantonio Rown WR So
81 Samuel Tim TE Jr
1 Gordon "Barefoot" Wydeleft K So
6 Brad Shankedit P Jr


Defense

Num Name Pos Year
92 MJ Mayo LE So
98 Orlando "Bloom" Legolas DL Sr
99 Julius "Caeser" McMuffin DL Jr
96 Tits McGee RE Jr
42 Bryan Shyguy OLB Jr
56 D'Quell Houshmanzadeh MLB Fr
59 Sam Umenyiora OLB Jr
36 Johnny Oshiomogo CB Jr
42 Dick McScrotington CB Sr
28 Rusty Puzluszny FS Fr
29 Kuntz Cockburn SS Sr
84 Bantonio Rown KR So
84 Bantonio Rown PR So