Hawkeyes and Cyclones renew rivalry

Collegiate Football on the Field with room for copy

Ames, Iowa – Iowa and Iowa State collide for the 65th time in Jack Trice Stadium. Both teams are 1-0 and the Cyclones fell like they have made progress under second year coach Matt Campbell.

Campbell says the Cyclone defense will need to tackle well to slow down the Iowa run game.

Campbell says the keys to the game are the same as any other.

Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz says a concern is Iowa’s young corners against an ISU receiving corps that includes 6-6 Hakeem Butler and 6-5 Allen Lazard.

Ferentz says Iowa State running back David Montgomery is another concern.

Ferentz says the game is big for the in-state players.

Our radio stations will cover both teams on Saturday. For the Iowa Hawkeyes play-by-play, tune to 95.1 The Bull and for the Iowa State Cyclones, tune to 95.9 KCHA.

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