The Iowa State Cyclones have a long history playing football that dates all the way back to 1892. Recently, under coach Matt Campbell, the Iowa State Cyclones have made strides towards joining the upper echelon of the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). StubHub is your source for football parking pass tickets when you go to see the Iowa State Cyclones play.
About Iowa State Cyclones football
The Iowa State Cyclones play in the Big 12 Conference. Although the Iowa State Cyclones do not necessarily have an undisturbed track record in the conference, they have had their moments when they have stunned the powers in the conference. Now, the Iowa State Cyclones are fast becoming a power in their own right. The Iowa State Cyclones' archrival is their neighbor, the Iowa Hawkeyes. The two schools play each other every season, with the winner getting the in-state bragging rights. The Iowa State Cyclones' biggest rival in its conference is Kansas State.
Perhaps the greatest Iowa State Cyclone ever was running back Troy Davis, who won two Heisman Trophies and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Arguably the best player in the NFL today who played at Iowa State is guard Kelechi Osemele.
Iowa State Cyclones experience
The Iowa State Cyclones play in Jack Trice Stadium. The stadium, built in 1975, pays tribute to the first African-American player in Iowa State Cyclones' history. Trice tragically passed away in 1923 from injuries sustained in a game. The stadium seats 61,500 fans after a 2015 expansion. There are quite a few game day traditions for the Iowa State Cyclones' fans. First, the stadium is conducive for tailgating, so fans like to get to the games early. Second, there is a cannon fired at various points in the game, including when the Iowa State Cyclones score a touchdown. Lastly, when the Iowa State Cyclones win a home contest, a victory bell rings. Recently, the Iowa State Cyclones started sounding a tornado siren after key plays.
History of the Iowa State Cyclones
The Iowa State Cyclones have a long football history. In the late 1890s, the legendary Pop Warner coached the team. The Iowa State Cyclones achieved their greatest success in the first decade of the 20th century. Numerous other coaching legends have guided the Iowa State Cyclones at one point in their careers, including Earle Bruce and Johnny Majors. Still, the Iowa State Cyclones have only won two conference titles in their long history and none since 1912, although, the program experienced much more success in this century. However, prior to the start of the century, the Iowa State Cyclones played in only four bowl games. Under coaches Dan McCarney and Paul Rhoads, the Iowa State Cyclones became a regular participant in postseason football.
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