Tuba, Blythe and Ace will be playing in the East-West Shrine Bowl.
Former head coach Dan McCarney is interviewing for the South Alabama job. I think that'd be a really good fit. He's got the drive to build a program like that.
A great column from the Des Moines Register on senior Rahshon Clark. He could've left, but he didn't.
Clark stayed after eight teammates left.
"He told me, 'Mom, everyone is leaving,' " Josephine said. "I said, 'Shon, this has to be your decision, not mine.' He said, 'You know what? I'm going to stay.' And I said to him, 'Good choice. You've planted a seed there. You have no reason to leave, despite what everybody thinks and says.' "
I wish we could've done more for Rahshon during his four years, cause he's busted his ass for the program.
One of the various TSN blogs sees ISU as a middle of the pack team this year. Wow, pretty optimistic.
Former ISU D-Coordinator John Skldany to Houston.
An inside look from the Ames Tribune on walkon and new Hilton hero Cameron Lee.