Ok, so maybe the world doesn't need him - but the Cyclones sure do! After a disappointing start, #1 could easily spark the Cyclone offense and get this team on track. Last year, through 7 games Blythe's stats were 26 receptions for 428 yards and one touchdown reception. Yes, I said one. Fans were wondering, where or where has our Blythe gone? So far this year (6 games) Todd has pulled in 25 balls for 353 yards and 6 TD's. So production is up, but not my much. Again, fans are wondering if #1 has been forgotten about. Stepping back to last year again, anyone recall what happened when ISU went on the road to face a Big 12 South team that no one gave the Cyclones a shot of playing with? Meyer connected with Blythe 8 times for 214 yards and a ridiculous 4 TD's. That following an 1-3 start in the Big 12, a 3 game losing streak being snapped by a win over a bad OSU team. So, returning to the road vs. a South foe and yet again facing a oh-fer start in the Big 12 - what are the Cyclones to do? Get the ball in the hands of the 6' 5", 210 pound game-changing receiver. Todd Blythe. Fact that may interest some of you... In Blythe’s 2.5 year career, the Cyclones are 4-2 when Todd reaches the 100 yard receiving mark. If he gets over 150? 2-0. Blythe’s 100 yard receiving games this year? 0. Hmmmmmmmmm.