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The Rob Gray

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Sep 2, 2016
Nov 27, 2020; Austin, TX, USA; Iowa State Cyclones tight end Dylan Soehner (89) pulls the ball in for the first down against Texas Longhorns defensive back Chris Adimora (1) during an NCAA college football game at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Ricardo B. Brazziell-USA TODAY NETWORK

 Dylan Soehner stands as a hulking, but chiseled pillar for Iowa State’s run game.

 Last season, the Iowa State senior tight end caught precisely one pass in each of seven different games.

 The previous season, the 6-7, 272-pound Swiss Army sledgehammer of the Cyclones’ offense caught one pass before an injury knocked him out of the lineup early.


 Soehner hauled in a career-best five catches for 69 yards while playing a critical role in No. 13 ISU’s 23-20 pulse-pounding win at Texas.

 That’s big-time production on a day that almost certainly ensured the first-place Cyclones (7-2, 7-1 Big 12) will play in the Dec. 19 league title game.

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