2013 Iowa State Cyclones football team

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2013 Iowa State Cyclones football
Iowa State Cyclones logo.svg
Conference Big 12 Conference
2013 record 3–9 (2–7 Big 12)
Head coach Paul Rhoads (5th year)
Offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham (2nd year)
Offensive scheme Pistol
Defensive coordinator Wally Burnham (5th year)
Base defense 4–3
Home stadium Jack Trice Stadium
(Capacity: 56,800)
Seasons
« 2012 2014 »
2013 Big 12 football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
#13 Baylor   8 1         11 2  
#6 Oklahoma   7 2         11 2  
#17 Oklahoma State   7 2         10 3  
Texas   7 2         8 5  
Kansas State   5 4         8 5  
Texas Tech   4 5         8 5  
TCU   2 7         4 8  
West Virginia   2 7         4 8  
Iowa State   2 7         3 9  
Kansas   1 8         3 9  
† – BCS representative as conference champion
‡ – BCS at-large representative
Rankings from AP Poll

The 2013 Iowa State Cyclones football team represented Iowa State University in the 2013 NCAA Division I FBS football season. Playing as a member of the Big 12 Conference (Big 12), the team was led by head coach Paul Rhoads, in his fifth year and played its home games at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa.

The Cyclones played in record setting temperatures: the hottest Jack Trice Stadium game at 92 °F vs. Northern Iowa on August 31, 2013, and the coldest Jack Trice Stadium game at 8 °F for kickoff and 3 °F by the start of the second half vs. Kansas on November 23, 2013.[1][2]

On December 1, 2013, offensive coordinator Courtney Messingham and running backs coach Kenith Pope were fired from their positions.[3]

Personnel[edit]

Coaching staff[edit]

Name Position Seasons at
Iowa State
Alma Mater
Paul Rhoads Head Coach 5 Missouri Western (1989)
Wally Burnham Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers 5 Samford (1963)
Courtney Messingham Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks 5 Northern Iowa (1990)
Kenith Pope Running Backs 5 Oklahoma (1976)
Troy Douglas Defensive Backs 2 Appalachian State (1986)
Bill Bleil Assistant Head Coach/Tight Ends 5 Northwestern College (1981)
Todd Sturdy Wide Receivers, Passing Game Coordinator 3 St. Ambrose (1990)
Curtis Bray Defensive Line 5 Pittsburgh (1992)
Chris Klenakis Offensive Line 0 Pittsburgh (1992)
Reference:[4]

Schedule[edit]

Date Time Opponent Site TV Result Attendance
August 31 7:00 PM #17 (FCSNorthern Iowa* Jack Trice StadiumAmes, IA Cyclones.tv L 20–28   56,800[5]
September 14 5:00 PM Iowa* Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA (Battle for the Cy-Hawk Trophy) FS1 L 21–27   56,800[6]
September 26 6:30 PM at Tulsa* Chapman StadiumTulsa, OK FS1 W 38–21   20,137[7]
October 3 6:30 PM Texas Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA ESPN L 30–31   52,762[8]
October 12 11:00 AM at #21 Texas Tech Jones AT&T StadiumLubbock, TX FS1 L 35–42   57,367[9]
October 19 6:00 PM at #12 Baylor Floyd Casey StadiumWaco, TX ESPNU L 7–71   46,825[10]
October 26 11:00 AM #13 Oklahoma State Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA FSN L 27–58   56,800[11]
November 2 2:30 PM at Kansas State Bill Snyder Family Football StadiumManhattan, KS (Farmageddon) FS1 L 7–41   52,542[12]
November 9 11:00 AM TCUdagger Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA FSN L 17–21   54,922[13]
November 16 11:00 AM at #17 Oklahoma Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial StadiumNorman, OK FS1 L 10–48   84,776[14]
November 23 7:00 PM Kansas Jack Trice Stadium • Ames, IA FS1 W 34–0   54,081[15]
November 30 3:00 PM at West Virginia Mountaineer FieldMorgantown, WV FS1 W 52–44 3OT  33,735[16]
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from Coaches Poll released prior to game. All times are in Central Time.
  • Schedule source:[17]

Game summaries[edit]

Game 1: vs. Northern Iowa Panthers[edit]

Game One: Northern Iowa Panthers at Iowa State Cyclones – Game summary[18]
1 2 3 4 Total
Panthers 7 14 0 7 28
Cyclones 7 7 6 0 20

at Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA

  • Date: August 31
  • Game time: 7:05 p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 92° • Wind: S 0–5 • Weather: Clear skies
  • Game attendance: 56,800
  • Referee: Referee: Randy Christal • Umpire: Jim Adams • Linesman: George Shoup • Line judge: Kelly Deterding • Back judge: Terry Jones • Field judge: Joe Blubaugh • Side judge: Freeman Johns
Game information
First quarter
  • UNI – 06:13 David Johnson 37 yd run, Tyler Sievertson XP good (UNI 7–0)
  • ISU – 03:37 Justin Coleman 59 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Edwin Arceo XP good (Tied 7–7)
Second quarter
  • UNI – 14:55 David Johnson 9 yd pass from Sawyer Kollmorgen, Tyler Sievertson XP good (UNI 14–7)
  • UNI – 06:52 David Johnson 27 yd run, Tyler Sievertson XP good (UNI 21–7)
  • ISU – 03:45 James White 7 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Edwin Arceo XP good (UNI 21–14)
Third quarter
  • ISU – 05:50 Cole Netten 23 yd field goal good (UNI 21–17)
  • ISU – 04:19 Cole Netten 38 yd field goal good (UNI 21–20)
Fourth quarter
  • UNI – 13:00 David Johnson 29 yd pass from Sawyer Kollmorgen, Tyler Sievertson XP good (UNI 28–20)
Top passers
  • UNI – Sawyer Kollmorgen 21/28, 218 yards, 2 TD
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 22/32, 242 yards, 2 TD
Top rushers
  • UNI – David Johnson 23 attempts, 199 yards, 2 TD
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 21 attempts, 74 yards
Top receivers
  • UNI – Kevin Vereen 7 receptions, 68 yards
  • ISU – Justin Coleman 4 receptions, 103 yards, 1 TD
Top tacklers
  • UNI – Jake Farley 12 tackles
  • ISU – Sam E. Richardson 13 tackles

Game 2: vs. Iowa Hawkeyes[edit]

Game Two: Iowa Hawkeyes at Iowa State Cyclones – Game summary[19]
1 2 3 4 Total
Hawkeyes 0 13 7 7 27
Cyclones 0 0 7 14 21

at Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA

  • Date: September 14
  • Game time: 5:06 p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 75° • Wind: S 5-10 • Weather: Partly cloudy
  • Game attendance: 56,800
  • Referee: Referee: Bill LeMonnier • Umpire: Steven Woods • Linesman: Michael Dolce • Line judge: Rick Kruger • Back judge: Shawn Smith • Field judge: Joel Clay • Side judge: Scot McElwee
  • TV announcers (FS1): Justin Kutcher (Play-by-play), James Bates (Color), & Brady Poppinga (Sideline)
Game information
Second quarter
  • IOWA – 12:07 Kevonte Martin-Manley 5 yd pass from Jake Rudock, Mike Meyer XP good (IOWA 7–0)
  • IOWA – 01:43 Mike Meyer 27 yd field goal good (IOWA 10–0)
  • IOWA – 00:10 Mike Meyer 38 yd field goal good (IOWA 13–0)
Third quarter
  • ISU – 05:28 Quenton Bundrage 67 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (IOWA 13–7)
  • IOWA – 00:41 Jacob Hillyer 26 yd pass from Jake Rudock, Mike Meyer XP good (IOWA 20–7)
Fourth quarter
  • IOWA – 07:05 Jake Rudock 1 yd run, Mike Meyer XP good (IOWA 27–7)
  • ISU – 04:27 Quenton Bundrage 26 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (IOWA 27–14)
  • ISU – 02:26 Quenton Bundrage 17 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (IOWA 27–21)
Top passers
  • IOWA – Jake Rudock 14/23, 160 yards, 2 TD
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 22/39, 260 yards, 3 TD, 2 INT
Top rushers
  • IOWA – Mark Weisman 35 attempts, 145 yards
  • ISU – James White 5 attempts, 26 yards
Top receivers
  • IOWA – Kevonte Martin-Manley 7 receptions, 60 yards, 1 TD
  • ISU – Quenton Bundrage 7 receptions, 146 yards, 3 TD
Top tacklers
  • IOWA – Christian Kirksey 11 tackles
  • ISU – Jacques Washington 13 tackles

Game 3: at Tulsa Golden Hurricane[edit]

Game Three: Iowa State Cyclones at Tulsa Golden Hurricane – Game summary[20]
1 2 3 4 Total
Cyclones 7 7 14 10 38
Golden Hurricane 0 14 0 7 21

at Chapman Stadium, Tulsa, OK

  • Date: September 26
  • Game time: 6:35 p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 90° • Wind: SE 12 • Weather: Clear skies
  • Game attendance: 20,137
  • Referee: Referee: Brad Rogers • Umpire: Dongray Johnson • Linesman: Maia Chaka • Line judge: Adam Savoie • Back judge: Tom Fimmen • Field judge: Eric Steen • Side judge: Chris Bynum
  • TV announcers (FS1): Justin Kutcher (Play-by-play), Joel Klatt (Color), Petros Papadakis (Color) & Kristina Pink (Sideline)
Game information
First quarter
  • ISU – 06:31 Jeff Woody 1 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 7–0)
Second quarter
  • TUL – 04:58 Trey Watts 1 yd run, Carl Salazar XP good (Tied 7–7)
  • TUL – 01:33 Thomas Roberson 9 yd pass from Cody Green, Carl Salazar XP good (TUL 14–7)
  • ISU – 00:15 Jarvis West 10 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 14–14)
Third quarter
  • ISU – 12:36 E. J. Bibbs 16 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 21–14)
  • ISU – 03:16 Jeff Woody 1 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 28–14)
Fourth quarter
  • ISU – 10:53 Cole Netten 40 yd field goal good (ISU 31–14)
  • TUL – 08:16 Thomas Roberson 21 yd pass from Cody Green, Carl Salazar XP good (ISU 31–21)
  • ISU – 01:48 Jeff Woody 1 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 38–21)
Top passers
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 26/41, 255 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
  • TUL – Cody Green 18/31, 237 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
Top rushers
  • ISU – Aaron Wimberly 19 attempts, 137 yards
  • TUL – Trey Watts 14 attempts, 38 yards, 1 TD
Top receivers
  • ISU – Tad Ecby 6 receptions, 59 yards
  • TUL – Jordan James 8 receptions, 86 yards
Top tacklers
  • ISU – Jeremiah George 12 tackles
  • TUL – Shawn Jackson 14 tackles

Game 4: vs. Texas Longhorns[edit]

Game Four: Texas Longhorns at Iowa State Cyclones – Game summary[21]
1 2 3 4 Total
Longhorns 10 7 7 7 31
Cyclones 0 13 7 10 30

at Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA

  • Date: October 3
  • Game time: 6:31 p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 79° • Wind: SSW 0–5 • Weather: Mostly cloudy
  • Game attendance: 52,762
  • Referee: Referee: Mike Defee • Umpire: Robert Richeson • Linesman: Al Green • Line judge: Walt Coleman IV • Back judge: Terry White • Field judge: Mike Cuttone • Side judge: Tim Murray
  • TV announcers (ESPN): Rece Davis (Play-by-play), Jesse Palmer (Color), David Pollack (Color) & Samantha Ponder (Sideline)
Game information
First quarter
  • TEX – 12:06 Johnathan Gray 45 yd run, Anthony Fera XP good (TEX 7–0)
  • TEX – 02:27 Anthony Fera 29 yd field goal good (TEX 10–0)
Second quarter
  • ISU – 14:21 Cole Netten 37 yd field goal good (TEX 10–3)
  • ISU – 04:34 Aaron Wimberly 11 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 10–10)
  • ISU – 00:33 Cole Netten 41 yd field goal good (ISU 13–10)
  • TEX – 00:00 John Harris 44 yd pass from Case McCoy, Anthony Fera XP good (TEX 17–13)
Third quarter
  • ISU – 06:34 Quenton Bundrage 97 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 20–17)
  • TEX – 04:30 Joe Bergeron 6 yd run, Anthony Fera XP good (TEX 24–20)
Fourth quarter
  • ISU – 11:37 Aaron Wimberly 20 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 27–24)
  • ISU – 03:40 Cole Netten 29 yd field goal good (ISU 30–24)
  • TEX – 00:51 Casy McCoy 1 yd run, Anthony Fera XP good (TEX 31–30)
Top passers
  • TEX – Case McCoy 26/45, 244 yards, 1 TD
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 16/26, 262 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
Top rushers
  • TEX – Johnathan Gray 16 attempts, 89 yards, 1 TD
  • ISU – Aaron Wimberly 29 attempts, 117 yards, 1 TD
Top receivers
  • TEX – Mike Davis 6 receptions, 64 yards
  • ISU – Quenton Bundrage 5 receptions, 137 yards, 1 TD
Top tacklers
  • TEX – Dalton Santos 12 tackles
  • ISU – Jeremiah George 13 tackles

Game 5: at Texas Tech Red Raiders[edit]

Game Five: Iowa State Cyclones at Texas Tech Red Raiders – Game summary[22]
1 2 3 4 Total
Cyclones 7 14 0 14 35
Red Raiders 14 7 7 14 42

at Jones AT&T Stadium, Lubbock, TX

  • Date: October 12
  • Game time: 11:05 a.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 60° • Wind: NNE 10 • Weather: Clear
  • Game attendance: 57,367
  • Referee: Referee: Rick Lourniet • Umpire: Jim Adams • Linesman: Bill Scott • Line judge: Keith Garmond • Back judge: Donnie Aultman • Field judge: Jason Ledet • Side judge: Mike Contreraz
  • TV announcers (FS1): Eric Collins (Play-by-play), James Bates (Color), & Brady Poppinga (Sideline)
Game information
First quarter
  • TTU – 06:31 Jakeem Grant 33 yd pass from Davis Webb, Ryan Bustin XP good (TTU 7–0)
  • ISU – 06:17 Jarvis West 95 kickoff return, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 7–7)
  • TTU – 01:25 Eric Ward 4 yd pass from Davis Webb, Ryan Bustin XP good (TTU 14–7)
Second quarter
  • ISU – 09:10 Aaron Wimberly 4 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 14–14)
  • TTU – 06:26 Kenny Williams 1 yd run, Ryan Bustin XP good (TTU 21–14)
  • ISU – 02:57 Jeff Woody 3 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 21–21)
Third quarter
  • TTU – 07:01 Brad Marquez 12 yd pass from Davis Webb, Ryan Bustin XP good (TTU 28–21)
Fourth quarter
  • TTU – 12:06 DeAndre Washington 12 yd run, Ryan Bustin XP good (TTU 35–21)
  • ISU – 10:40 Shontrelle Johnson 3 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (TTU 35–28)
  • TTU – 05:30 SaDale Foster 38 yd run, Ryan Bustin XP good (TTU 42–28)
  • ISU – 01:54 E. J. Bibbs 16 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (TTU 42–35)
Top passers
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 15/38, 168 yards, 1 TD
  • TTU – Davis Webb 35/56, 415 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT
Top rushers
  • ISU – Aaron Wimberly 19 attempts, 65 yards, 1 TD
  • TTU – DeAndre Washington 13 attempts, 88 yards, 1 TD
Top receivers
  • ISU – Quenton Bundrage 5 receptions, 52 yards
  • TTU – Jace Amaro 9 receptions, 143 yards
Top tacklers
  • ISU – Jacques Washington 12 tackles
  • TTU – Kerry Hyder 9 tackles

Game 6: at Baylor Bears[edit]

Game Six: Iowa State Cyclones at Baylor Bears – Game summary[23]
1 2 3 4 Total
Cyclones 0 0 0 7 7
Bears 17 20 14 20 71

at Floyd Casey Stadium, Waco, TX

  • Date: October 19
  • Game time: 6:02 p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 64° • Wind: NE 10 • Weather: Clear skies
  • Game attendance: 46,825
  • Referee: Referee: Dan Romeo • Umpire: Scott Teifer • Linesman: Rick Smith • Line judge: Marc Bovos • Back judge: Chris Alston • Field judge: Bobby Bernard • Side judge: Craig Faulkner
  • TV announcers (ESPNU): Clay Matvick (Play-by-play), Matt Stinchcomb (Color), & Dawn Davenport (Sideline)
Game information
First quarter
  • BAY – 09:28 Antwan Goodley 4 yd pass from Bryce Petty, Aaron Jones XP good (BAY 7–0)
  • BAY – 08:28 Lache Seastrunk 3 yd run, Aaron Jones XP good (BAY 14–0)
  • BAY – 02:54 Aaron Jones 22 yd field goal good (BAY 17–0)
Second quarter
  • BAY – 08:59 Aaron Jones 21 yd field goal good (BAY 20–0)
  • BAY – 04:54 Lache Seastrunk 2 yd run, Aaron Jones XP good (BAY 27–0)
  • BAY – 01:37 Antwan Goodley 36 yd pass from Bryce Petty, Aaron Jones XP good (BAY 34–0)
  • BAY – 00:00 Aaron Jones 51 yd field goal good (BAY 37–0)
Third quarter
  • BAY – 09:16 Bryce Petty 6 yd run, Aaron Jones XP good (BAY 44–0)
  • BAY – 01:08 Levi Norwood 52 punt return, Aaron Jones XP good (BAY 51–0)
Fourth quarter
  • BAY – 12:50 Seth Russel 40 yd run, Kyle Peterson XP good (BAY 58–0)
  • BAY – 03:48 Devin Chafin 21 yd run, Kyle Peterson XP blocked (BAY 64–0)
  • ISU – 00:47 DeVondrick Nealy 27 yd pass from Grant Rohach, Cole Netten XP good (BAY 64–7)
  • BAY – 00:34 Corey Coleman 97 kickoff return, Kyle Peterson XP good (BAY 71–7)
Top passers
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 7/14, 68 yards, 1 INT
  • BAY – Bryce Petty 23/31, 343 yards, 2 TD
Top rushers
  • ISU – Aaron Wimberly 5 attempts, 21 yards
  • BAY – Lache Seastrunk 18 attempts, 112 yards, 2 TD
Top receivers
  • ISU – DeVondrick Nealy 2 receptions, 32 yards, 1 TD
  • BAY – Antwan Goodley 11 receptions, 182 yards, 2 TD
Top tacklers
  • ISU – Jeremiah George 18 tackles
  • BAY – Eddie Lackey 8 tackles

Game 7: vs. Oklahoma State Cowboys[edit]

Game Seven: Oklahoma State Cowboys at Iowa State Cyclones – Game summary[24]
1 2 3 4 Total
Cowboys 21 7 17 13 58
Cyclones 7 13 0 7 27

at Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA

  • Date: October 26
  • Game time: 11:06 a.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 42° • Wind: NNW 10–20 • Weather: Partly sunny
  • Game attendance: 56,800
  • Referee: Referee: Alan Eck • Umpire: Jim Adams • Linesman: Brad Edwards • Line judge: David Oliver • Back judge: Brad Van Vark • Field judge: Scott Gaines • Side judge: Anthony Flemming
  • TV announcers (FSN): Mark Followill (Play-by-play), Brian Baldinger (Color), & J. C. Pearson (Sideline)
Game information
First quarter
  • OSU – 11:02 Desmond Roland 2 yd run, Ben Grogan XP good (OSU 7–0)
  • OSU – 10:20 Justin Gilbert 31 yd interception return, Ben Grogan XP good (OSU 14–0)
  • OSU – 05:45 Charlie Moore 8 yd pass from Clint Chelf, Ben Grogan XP good (OSU 21–0)
  • ISU – 02:58 Quenton Bundrage 22 yd pass from Sam B. Richardson, Cole Netten XP good (OSU 21–7)
Second quarter
  • OSU – 14:57 Desmond Roland 6 yd run, Ben Grogan XP good (OSU 28–7)
  • ISU – 12:23 DeVondrick Nealy 11 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (OSU 28–14)
  • ISU – 02:59 Quenton Bundrage 20 yd pass from Grant Rohach, Cole Netten XP blocked (OSU 28–20)
Third quarter
  • OSU – 08:32 Ben Grogan 22 yd field goal good (OSU 31–20)
  • OSU – 06:38 Desmond Roland 58 yd run, Ben Grogan XP good (OSU 38–20)
  • OSU – 04:17 Tyler Johnson 54 fumble recovery, Ben Grogan XP good (OSU 45–20)
Fourth quarter
  • OSU – 10:28 Desmond Roland 3 yd run, Ben Grogan XP good (OSU 52–20)
  • ISU – 07:10 Jeff Woody 1 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (OSU 52–27)
  • OSU – 04:59 Jeremy Smith 1 yd run, Ben Grogan XP blocked (OSU 58–27)
Top passers
  • OSU – Clint Chelf 10/26, 78 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT
  • ISU – Grant Rolach 12/23, 97 yards, 1 TD
Top rushers
  • OSU – Desmond Roland 26 attempts, 219 yards, 4 TD
  • ISU – Sam B. Richardson 11 attempts, 64 yards
Top receivers
  • OSU – Tracy Moore 3 receptions, 37 yards
  • ISU – E. J. Bibbs 3 receptions, 53 yards
Top tacklers
  • OSU – Ryan Simmons 11 tackles
  • ISU – Jeremiah George 12 tackles

Game 8: at Kansas State Wildcats[edit]

Game Eight: Iowa State Cyclones at Kansas State Wildcats – Game summary[25]
1 2 3 4 Total
Cyclones 0 0 0 7 7
Wildcats 10 7 3 21 41

at Bill Snyder Family Football Stadium, Manhattan, KS

  • Date: November 2
  • Game time: 2:35 p.m. CDT
  • Game weather: Temperature: 55° • Wind: NNW 5 • Weather: Sunny
  • Game attendance: 52,542
  • Referee: Referee: Greg Burks • Umpire: Scott Campbell • Linesman: Tim Crowley • Line judge: Matt Stellges • Back judge: Brian Ernest • Field judge: Randy Smith • Side judge: Gene Semko
  • TV announcers (FS1): Justin Kutcher (Play-by-play), James Bates (Color), & Brady Poppinga (Sideline)
Game information
First quarter
  • KSU – 08:40 John Hubert 9 yd run, Jack Cantele XP good (KSU 7–0)
  • KSU – 04:41 Jack Cantele 44 yd field goal good (KSU 10–0)
Second quarter
  • KSU – 00:41 Daniel Sams 1 yd run, Jack Cantele XP good (KSU 17–0)
Third quarter
  • KSU – 10:14 Jack Cantele 42 yd field goal good (KSU 20–0)
Fourth quarter
  • KSU – 10:57 John Hubert 3 yd run, Jack Cantele XP good (KSU 27–0)
  • KSU – 07:06 Tramaine Thompson 28 yd pass from Daniel Sams, Jack Cantele XP good (KSU 34–0)
  • KSU – 05:16 Robert Rose 9 yd run, Jack Cantele XP good (KSU 41–0)
  • ISU – 03:24 DeVondrick Nealy 10 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (KSU 41–7)
Top passers
  • ISU – Grant Rolach 11/24, 88 yards, 2 INT
  • KSU – Jake Waters 9/15, 157 yards
Top rushers
  • ISU – DeVondrick Nealy 12 attempts, 53 yards, 1 TD
  • KSU – John Hubert 15 attempts, 105 yards, 2 TD
Top receivers
  • ISU – Dondre Daley 4 receptions, 26 yards
  • KSU – Tyler Lockett 5 receptions, 72 yards
Top tacklers
  • ISU – Jeremiah George 12 tackles
  • KSU – Blake Slaughter 7 tackles

Game 9: vs. TCU Horned Frogs[edit]

Game Nine: TCU Horned Frogs at Iowa State Cyclones – Game summary[26]
1 2 3 4 Total
Horned Frogs 7 7 0 7 21
Cyclones 0 7 10 0 17

at Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA

  • Date: November 9
  • Game time: 11:05 a.m. CST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 50° • Wind: NW 10–15 • Weather: Clear skies
  • Game attendance: 54,922
  • Referee: Referee: Randy Christal • Umpire: Jim Adams • Linesman: Cal McNeill • Line judge: Kelly Deterding • Back judge: Terry Jones • Field judge: Joe Blubaugh • Side judge: Freeman Johns
  • TV announcers (FSN): Mike Morgan (Play-by-play), Brian Baldinger (Color), & J. C. Pearson (Sideline)
Game information
First quarter
  • TCU – 05:09 Trevone Boykin 18 yd run, Jaden Oberkrom XP good (TCU 7–0)
Second quarter
  • ISU – 12:44 Sam B. Richardson 15 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 7–7)
  • TCU – 09:51 Trevone Boykin 3 yd run, Jaden Oberkrom XP good (TCU 14–7)
Third quarter
  • ISU – 14:46 DeVondrick Nealy 98 kickoff return, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 14–14)
  • ISU – 01:33 Cole Netten 35 yd field goal good (ISU 17–14)
Fourth quarter
  • TCU – 00:38 Trevone Boykin 1 yd run, Jaden Oberkrom XP good (TCU 21–17)
Top passers
  • TCU – Casey Pachall 20/36, 245 yards, 2 INT
  • ISU – Grant Rolach 18/38, 148 yards
Top rushers
  • TCU – Aaron Green 19 attempts, 72 yards
  • ISU – Shontrelle Johnson 11 attempts, 39 yards
Top receivers
  • TCU – Brandon Carter 6 receptions, 93 yards
  • ISU – E. J. Bibbs 7 receptions, 63 yards
Top tacklers
  • TCU – Paul Dawson 14 tackles
  • ISU – Jeremiah George 9 tackles

Game 10: at Oklahoma Sooners[edit]

Game Ten: Iowa State Cyclones at Oklahoma Sooners – Game summary[27]
1 2 3 4 Total
Cyclones 0 10 0 0 10
Sooners 0 10 17 21 48

at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Norman, OK

  • Date: November 16
  • Game time: 11:00 a.m. CST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 64° • Wind: S 25 • Weather: Partly Cloudy
  • Game attendance: 84,776
  • Referee: Referee: Dan Romeo • Umpire: Jim Adams • Linesman: Rick Smith • Line judge: Marc Bovos • Back judge: Chris Alston • Field judge: Bobby Bernard • Side judge: Craig Faulkner
  • TV announcers (FS1): Adam Alexander (Play-by-play) & Chris Simms (Color)
Game information
Second Quarter
  • ISU – 14:18 Sam B. Richardson 4 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 7–0)
  • OU – 07:32 Michael Hunnicutt 22 yd field goal (ISU 7–3)
  • ISU – 05:52 Cole Netten 29 yd field goal (ISU 10–3)
  • OU – 01:09 Jalen Saunders 91 yd punt return, Michael Hunnicutt XP good (Tied 10–10)
Third Quarter
  • OU – 14:17 Damien Williams 69 yd run, Michael Hunnicutt XP good (OU 17–10)
  • OU – 07:50 Michael Hunnicutt 32 yd field goal (OU 20–10)
  • OU – 03:59 Brennan Clay 63 yd run, Michael Hunnicutt XP good (OU 27–10)
Fourth Quarter
  • OU – 14:49 Trevor Knight 56 yd run, Michael Hunnicutt XP good (OU 34–10)
  • OU – 09:32 Damien Williams 19 yd run, Michael Hunnicutt XP good (OU 41–10)
  • OU – 03:56 Aaron Ripkowski 3 yd pass from Kendal Thompson, Michael Hunnicutt XP good (OU 48–10)
Top Passers
  • ISU – Grant Rohach 21/34, 179 yards, 2 INT
  • OU – Trevor Knight 8/14, 61 yards
Top Rushers
  • ISU – Aaron Wimberly 13 attempts, 50 yards
  • OU – Damien Williams 10 attempts, 128 yards, 2 TD
Top Receiving
  • ISU – Quenton Bundrage 6 Receptions, 66 yards
  • OU – LaColtan Bester 4 Receptions, 75 yards
Top Tackler
  • ISU – Jacques Washington 13 tackles
  • OU – Dominique Alexander 11 tackles

Game 11: vs. Kansas Jayhawks[edit]

Game Eleven: Kansas Jayhawks at Iowa State Cyclones – Game summary[28]
1 2 3 4 Total
Jayhawks 0 0 0 0 0
Cyclones 7 3 17 7 34

at Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA

  • Date: November 23
  • Game time: 7:05 p.m. CST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 8° • Wind: Calm • Weather: Clear Skies
  • Game attendance: 54,081
  • Referee: Referee: Scott Novak • Umpire: Tab Slaughter • Linesman: Doug Moore • Line judge: Kevin Vicknair • Back judge: Lyndon Nixon • Field judge: Nick Lave • Side judge: Eugene Hall
  • TV announcers (FS1): Adam Alexander (Play-by-play) & Chris Simms (Color)
Game information
First Quarter
  • ISU – 06:43 Aaron Wimberly 58 yd pass from Grant Rohach, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 7–0)
Second Quarter
  • ISU – 13:06 Cole Netten 22 yd field goal (ISU 10–0)
Third Quarter
  • ISU – 09:56 Cole Netten 21 yd field goal (ISU 13–0)
  • ISU – 06:00 Quenton Bundrage 15 yd pass from Grant Rohach, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 20–0)
  • ISU – 01:09 James White 5 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 27–0)
Fourth Quarter
  • ISU – 10:50 Shontrelle Johnson 23 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (ISU 34–0)
Top Passers
  • KU – Jake Heaps 7/19, 72 yards
  • ISU – Grant Rohach 15/20, 300 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT
Top Rushers
  • KU – James Sims 21 attempts, 114 yards
  • ISU – Shontrelle Johnson 13 attempts, 84 yards, 1 TD
Top Receiving
  • KU – Connor Embree 2 Receptions, 22 yards
  • ISU – Justin Coleman 8 Receptions, 78 yards
Top Tackler
  • KU – Jake Love 13 tackles
  • ISU – Jeremiah George 14 tackles

Game 12: at West Virginia Mountaineers[edit]

Game Twelve: Iowa State Cyclones at West Virginia Mountaineers – Game summary[29]
1 2 3 4 OT 2OT 3OT Total
Cyclones 7 7 0 24 3 3 8 52
Mountaineers 17 14 0 7 3 3 0 44

at Mountaineer Field, Morgantown, WV

  • Date: November 30
  • Game time: 3:05 p.m. CST
  • Game weather: Temperature: 45° • Wind: S 5 • Weather: Mostly Sunny
  • Game attendance: 33,735
  • Referee: Referee: Reggie Smith • Umpire: Michael Cooper • Linesman: Mike Moeller • Line judge: Frank LeBlanc • Back judge: Terry Jones • Field judge: Jack G. Taylor III • Side judge: Tim Murray
  • TV announcers (FS1): Adam Alexander (Play-by-play) & Chris Simms (Color)
Game information
First quarter
  • WVU – 11:36 Josh Lambert 49 yd field goal (WVU 3–0)
  • WVU – 04:16 Charles Sims 7 yd run, Josh Lambert XP good (WVU 10–0)
  • WVU – 03:57 Karl Joseph 38 yd fumble recovery, Josh Lambert XP good (WVU 17–0)
  • ISU – 01:19 Grant Rohach 54 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (WVU 17–7)
Second quarter
  • WVU – 14:55 Kevin White 17 yd pass from Clint Trickett, Josh Lambert XP good (WVU 24–7)
  • WVU – 09:05 Charles Sims 76 yd run, Josh Lambert XP good (WVU 31–7)
  • ISU – 07:23 Quenton Bundrage 10 yd pass from Grant Rohach, Cole Netten XP good (WVU 31–14)
Third quarter
Fourth quarter
  • ISU – 14:00 Shontrelle Johnson 3 yd run, Cole Netten XP good (WVU 31–21)
  • WVU – 13:42 Mario Alford 76 yd pass from Clint Trickett, Josh Lambert XP good (WVU 38–21)
  • ISU – 09:38 Quenton Bundrage 62 yd pass from Grant Rohach, Cole Netten XP good (WVU 38–28)
  • ISU – 04:21 Cole Netten 31 yd field goal (WVU 38–31)
  • ISU – 01:00 Justin Coleman 19 yd pass from Grant Rohach, Cole Netten XP good (Tied 38–38)
First overtime
  • ISU – 15:00 Cole Netten 40 yd field goal (ISU 41–38)
  • WVU – 15:00 Josh Lambert 41 yd field goal (Tied 41–41)
Second overtime
  • WVU – 15:00 Josh Lambert 26 yd field goal (WVU 44–41)
  • ISU – 15:00 Cole Netten 26 yd field goal (Tied 44–44)
Third overtime
  • ISU – 15:00 Justin Coleman 25 yd pass from Grant Rohach, E. J. Bibbs pass from Grant Rohach (ISU 52–44)
Top passers
  • ISU – Grant Rohach 25/39, 331 yards, 4 TD, 1 INT
  • WVU – Clint Trickett 21/37, 356 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT
Top rushers
  • ISU – Shontrelle Johnson 18 attempts, 72 yards, 1 TD
  • WVU – Charles Sims 24 attempts, 149 yards, 2 TD
Top receivers
  • ISU – Quenton Bundrage 7 receptions, 93 yards, 2 TD
  • WVU – Mario Alford 8 receptions, 215 yards, 1 TD
Top tacklers
  • ISU – Jacques Washington 8 tackles
  • WVU – Nick Kwiatkoski 14 tackles

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