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As a 6-foot-9 prep player in California, Darien Williams was stuck in the post. In his year at Iowa Western, the Tustin, Calif., product showed the ability to do much more.
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Quarterback Grant Rohach leads 3 scoring drives, but Rhoads isn’t counting Richardson out.
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DeAndre Daniels' UConn teammates were going to keep passing him the ball until he cooled off. By the time that happened, it was too late for Iowa...
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White: For Kane, challenge was too much to pass up
When the excitement meter finally dipped to a more reasonable level, DeAndre Kane plopped into a chair in the locker room, munched on a piece of pizza and made one thing clear. “I was definitely not passing,” he said with a devilish smile.
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Notes: Junior Edozie does his best to fill injured Niang’s shoes
Daniel Edozie’s reaction to finding out he was starting in place of the injured Georges Niang? “He got a bloody nose right away,” Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg said.
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Iowa State looking to replace injured star
Iowa State has seen all this before and it never seems to end well for the Cyclones. Forward Georges Niang, Iowa State’s hottest hand, broke his right foot in Friday night’s 93-75 win over North Carolina Central. They play for a shot at the Sweet 16 without him.
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Hoiberg a favorite of Tar Heels coach
You could assemble an All-America team with the players Roy Williams has poached from Iowa. What gives? One Iowan Williams didn’t grab was Ames High’s Fred Hoiberg, whom he’ll face Sunday afternoon.
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Cyclones can't overcome poor shooting against Seminoles
Iowa State's lasting image of this year's NCAA tournament will be of balls spinning out of the basket or bouncing harmlessly off the rim.
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White: Niang injury puts damper on Iowa State victory
Life is fleeting, and if you ever doubted that, Fred Hoiberg will correct you. One minute, the Iowa State coach was flying high after his Cyclones unleashed a 48-point second half on North Carolina Central for a 93-75 second-round NCAA tournament win before 11,690 at the AT&T Center. The next, he was contemplating life without his All-Big 12...
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Iowa State holds off North Carolina Central
Iowa State did what it needed to stave off a potential upset bid and move on in the NCAA tournament. But the Cyclones still took a major hit anyway, as Georges Niang suffered a season-ending broken foot late in the second half of a 93-75 victory Friday night over North Carolina Central.
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Unexpected trip allows Greenfield to come home
Taylor Greenfield might be the only Stanford player happy about traveling 1,800 miles to the middle of Iowa to open the NCAA women's basketball tournament.
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Handling moment vital for Eagles against Iowa State
Cyclones not looking past opponent which will be making its NCAA tourney debut.
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Hawkeye women earn No. 6 seed; Cyclones a No. 7
The Iowa women’s basketball team earned a No. 6 seed for the NCAA tournament and will play 11th-seeded Marist in the first round at 7 p.m. Sunday at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.
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Cyclones earn third seed, will play N.C. Central
Iowa State (26-7) will open NCAA tournament play against North Carolina Central (28-5) on Friday in San Antonio.
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Kane, Niang help ISU net Big 12 tourney title
Iowa State rallies from a 10-point deficit to claim the championship.
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Niang, Cyclones knock out KU at Big 12 tournament
Georges Niang walked off the floor in the closing minutes with a bloody towel pressed tightly to his forehead, pumping his fist and riling up the Iowa State fans in the Sprint Center.
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No. 16 Iowa State beats K-State in Big 12 tourney
Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg wanted to see an up-and-down game against plodding Kansas State, one where the scoreboard would spin like a slot machine as points piled up.
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Cyclones rebuilding after 3-9 season
Coach Paul Rhoads opens spring ball with quarterback questions and a revamped staff.
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Cyclones rally for win, thanks to Long's 3
The sight of Naz Long with the ball in his hands and the game on the line might haunt Oklahoma State for years to come.
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Bears top Cyclones to boost NCAA hopes
Brady Heslip's final regular-season game at the Ferrell Center may just be the victory that helps get Baylor back into the NCAA tournament.
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Wildcats use balance to bounce Cyclones
Melvin Ejim and DeAndre Kane did all they could for No. 15 Iowa State on Saturday night. Outside of that dynamic scoring duo, though, hardly anyone else came through.
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Ejim’s foul troubles don’t cost Cyclones
Iowa State played nearly the entire second half without the Big 12’s leading scorer and still rolled past a team that blew it out two weeks ago.
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Cyclones pull away after a slow start
DeAndre Kane and Georges Niang had the answers for Iowa State after Melvin Ejim’s chance for another record game against TCU disappeared early.
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