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Four Cyclones sign as undrafted free agents

Iowa State didn't have a players selected in the NFL draft for the second season in a row this weekend but four Cyclones have already signed deals as undrafted free agents. Former Cyclones Jamison Lalk, Quenton Bundrage, Oni Omoile and Dale Pierson have all ag...
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The Passion of Paul Rhoads (in player quotes)

 The words came haltingly. Long pauses and deep breaths interrupted almost every string of syllables Iowa State senior offensive lineman Oni Omoile threaded together Sunday to form an emotionally raw tribute to his recently-fired head coach, Paul Rhoads. “It’s obv...
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Nick Fett: Driver, mover, walk-on pile pusher

AMES — As a youngster, Nick Fett drove a golf cart into a country club sand trap.As a walk-on tackle-turned-guard, the Iowa State lineman helped push running back Mike Warren into the corridor of history as a 1,000-yard rusher. Not a bad approach shot for the fi...
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Seniors pave Warren’s path to (almost) 1,000

AMES — Mike Warren’s poised to eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark and quite appropriately it means a great deal to him. He’s a quicksilver redshirt freshman, with his whole Iowa State football life in front of him. Four of the guys who’ll help him ga...
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Good health? It’s finally here for OT Brock Dagel

 AMES — It began with a cut. A bad contusion, but one that would seemingly heal quickly, allowing ISU’s athletic 6-8 offensive tackle Brock Dagel to be back on his feet, strong and healthy, primed for a breakout 2014 season. It didn’t happen. A staph i...

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