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CF’s 2010s All-Decade Football Team

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 As A.J. Klein scanned the locker room and prepared to speak, a word entered his mind: “Awesome.” Iowa State’s former all-Big 12 linebacker and current Carolina Panther relished the platform to share his simple, yet demanding credo with the 2016 Cyclones. “At...
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  AMES — The phone buzzed. Paul Rhoads recognized the number. “Hi, coach,” said the voice on the other end that fateful October, 2012 day.   It was supposed to be a farewell call — a too-soon parting message from a formerly unwanted athlete who became Rh...

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