Category Archives: Sports
Western Illinois’ website has some problems, to say the least, with its schedule formatting. In the 2012 football schedule: Indianapolis has the Indiana logo. Both South Dakota and South Dakota State have the USD logo. Missouri State (formerly Southwest Missouri … Continue reading
Due to a cascade of inexplicable subroutine malfunctions, the Matrix will be shut down for diagnostics and given a hard reset. The management apologizes for the inconvenience.
This weekend, for only the second time in the Big 12 era, Iowa State is in a position it used to be in quite often — the warmup act for the Oklahoma Sooners the weekend before their game against Texas. … Continue reading
Weeknight college football games, in a word, suck. Tonight against Texas is one of them. But without them, Iowa State would be even worse off for exposure. It has been years since an Iowa State football game was not available … Continue reading
The Big Ten released its 2020 and 2021 conference football schedules last week, and a significant pattern emerged that takes the edge off for Iowa. A quick check of Iowa’s opponents reveals that the 2019-20-21 crossovers are the exact home/away … Continue reading
The eighth-ranked North Tama volleyball team goes to Baxter tomorrow night for the first meetup of the Redhawks and the Bolts. This, of course, is because Baxter broke off its athletics relationship with Collins-Maxwell. Both schools then joined the Iowa … Continue reading
Sept. 30, 2013: InfoCision Stadium in Akron, Ohio. Iowa State football’s occasional tour of the Mid-American Conference (NOT as an audition for membership, God willing) adds a never-before-visited location: Akron, Ohio. This is the tenth current MAC school ISU will … Continue reading
North Tama senior Cory Kennedy did basic training at Fort Sill in the summer to become a member of the National Guard. The Des Moines Register has a profile on him. North Tama plays at Hudson tonight, the back end of … Continue reading
Kirk Ferentz, who became the longest consecutively tenured head coach in college football this season, has yet to have a winning record against what is now the fourth-worst power-conference team in history.
In back-to-back games eight months apart, Iowa State went toe-to-toe with college football royalty and blinked. Or, alternatively, the college football gods noticed what was going on and engineered a snap recalibration. December 27, 2001, Purgatory Shreveport LA The year … Continue reading