Iowa State Cyclones Media Day

Today  the Iowa State Cyclones had their football media day.

The Cyclones went 8-5 last season.

The team is returning only one offensive Lineman for the new year.

Head Coach Matt Campbell expresses his excitement about the upcoming season. 

"I was really excited for the challenge of this team, you know, I think you’ve heard me say this a number of times, the number one challenge was squashing any ego to think that we did something or we accomplished something. There was still a lot left on the table and there’s a lof of areas that needed to get fixed and needed to grow," says,  Head Coach, Matt Campbell.

"I think we took it and ran with it ya know, we just got right back to work we have a week off after that and got back into winter workouts and we’re ready to grind,"  says, Julian Good-Jones, Offensive Lineman. 

The Cyclones season opener will be on their home field  against South Dakota State University. 

Kick off will be Saturday, September first at Seven O’clock.



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