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The Iowa State Cyclones began playing football in 1892. Iowa State saw some of its first real success under Coach Johnny Majors who'd take the Cyclones to their first bowl game, the Sun Bowl in 1971. Earl Bruce would take the Cyclones to a Peach Bowl in 1977 and a Hall of Fame Bowl in '78. Dan McCarney would take over the coaching job in 1994, and before leaving after the 2006 season he'd lead the Cyclones to 5 bowl games. Some of the great Iowa State players and coaches over the years include Pop Warner, George Amundsen, Seneca Wallace, and Ellis Hobbs. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Iowa State Cyclones football tickets.

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2018 Iowa State Season Preview

Man, it’s been rough in Ames. Not since 2009 have the Cyclones registered a winning season. That’s honestly quite long, and they have the talent to get to .500, but the problem is the Big 12 has improved. Wins over Akron and Northern Iowa are definite musts, and Iowa State then need to scratch a couple out against the likes of Kansas and Texas Tech. The running game only averaged 4.3 yards per carry last year. Offensive tackle Jake Campos needs to take it to another level and running backs Mike Warren and David Montgomery are more than capable. Wide receiver Allen Lazard is the Cyclone’s best player by far, a NFL talent who passed on riches to take another shot at it in Ames. What he’s shooting at remains to be seen, because he’s going to need some serious help to avoid another losing campaign. Whether you are planning on cheering on Iowa State at Jack Trice Stadium or supporting the Cyclones on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all 2017 Iowa State Cyclones tickets, including home and away games.

Iowa State Cyclones Football at Jack Trice Stadium

Address: 1800 S 4th St, Ames, Iowa, 50011

The Iowa State Cyclones play their home games at Jack Trice Stadium in front of a capacity crowd of 55,000. The stadium is named for the Cyclones' first African-American athlete, and the first athlete to die during an athletic event at Iowa State. For the Big 12 school with the smallest athletic budget, a game at Jack trice Stadium lacks nothing in tradition and fan support. The Iowa State Cyclones home bench is on the Jack Trice Stadium sideline with sections 17-32. Jack Trice Stadium parking information is covered in our Cyclones event guide.

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Iowa State Cyclones Rivals

Iowa State vs. Missouri

The battle for “Telephone Trophy” is one of the oldest rivalries in the Midwest. These two teams have met over 100 times, most of which occurred while both were members of the Big 8 and later Big 12 conference. The rivalry has been put on hold with Missouri leaving for the SEC, but fans of both squads hope to see it renewed on upcoming schedules.

Iowa State vs. Iowa

This is the biggest football game in the state of Iowa and when these two teams meet a whole lot of state pride is on the line. The winner of the game takes home the “Cy-Hawk” trophy named after the mascots of both schools. The Hawkeyes dominated the early years of the rivalry, but Iowa State has seen a competitive resurgence over the last decade adding to what has already been one of the best game day environments in Iowa.

The rivalry between the Iowa State Cyclones and the Texas Longhorns is one of the newest for both teams. The schools only played one time before Texas joined the Big 12 in the 1990’s. Iowa State got its first win against the longhorns in 2010, going in to Austin and beating the defending Big 12 Champions behind a rushing stampede. Since then the games between the Cyclones and Longhorns have been incredibly close, with multiple games decided by 3 points or less. Jack Trice stadium is always a great place to watch college football, but may never be louder than when the Cyclones are battling Texas.

Iowa State Cyclones in the CFP Championship and Bowl Games

The Iowa State Cyclones have done extremely well for themselves compiling over 500 wins in their school’s history. The Cyclones are no strangers to bowl games having played in more than 10 and have even collected a couple conference titles along the way. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the CFP Championship.

Iowa State Cyclones Event Guide

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What are the student sections for a Iowa State Cyclones football game at Jack Trice Stadium?

Student seating at the Jack Trice Stadium are sections 37-41 & X-ZZ.

What are the visitor sections for a Iowa State Cyclones football game at Jack Trice Stadium?

Visitor seating at the Jack Trice Stadium are sections 15, 16, H & J.

Where can I park at Jack Trice stadium?

The G lots are located just south of the stadium and are first come first serve, they cost $15 - $25. The best lots (closest to stadium) in G2 are G3 but you will need to get their early to get a spot there. There is some very limited public parking on Beach Avenue that also runs $15 - $25 per but it’s extremely limited. National Cyclone Club parking is located north of the stadium for cars and RV’s, however there are donation requirements to purchase these season parking locations. Trolley runs from the parking lots to 8 different stops throughout the stadium complex and is a great way to get around.

What is the best place to sit for a Cyclones game?

Sections 22 through 27 are lower mid-field right behind the home team bench and offer a great view of all the action. The Jack Trice Club section offers a premium experience that includes a complimentary buffet, private bar with beer/wine available to buy, heated/cooled lounge area, reserved parking close to the stadium and TV’s above the exterior seating. One other unique option is the hillside seating general admission section which covers the four corners of the stadium and offers fans an inexpensive option to attend the game.

What is the most popular spot for tailgating before an Iowa State Cyclones Game?

The general public (Non-Cyclone Club Members) lots are opened 6 hours prior to kickoff and are available south of the stadium also at the Hilton Coliseum. RV’s, Buses and vehicles with trailers cost $40 to park. The lots are huge and most are concrete so you have plenty of room and don’t have to worry if it rains/snows. There is a family friendly area called The Cyclone Experience available before the same north of lot S8 that includes the mascot CY, spirit squad, inflatables and other attractions for the children.

What time do the gates open prior to a Cyclones home football game?

All stadium games open ninety minutes prior to the start of the game. It’s best to arrive to avoid delays and missing any of the game.

Iowa State Cyclones Preview History

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2015 Iowa State Football Preview

After years of progress, the Iowa State Cyclones took a step backward last season, losing their final 6 games, including two heart breaking 3 point losses to Texas, and Texas Tech. The Cyclones will look to rebound in 2015 and will have the talent to make Ames forget about last year. Quarterback Sam Richardson will return for his senior year, and will have 3 years of Cyclones quarterback experience to help him lead Iowa State. Richardson will play behind an experienced offensive line, which will have to give him time to orchestrate Paul Rhode’s offense. Iowa State will be tested early against instate rivals Northern Iowa and Iowa. Top games on the 2015 Iowa State Cyclones schedule includes TCU, Texas, and Oklahoma State.

2014 Iowa State Football Preview

Paul Rhodes 5th season at the helm of Iowa State’s football team was one of near misses. The Cyclones lost 5 games by 8 points or less and missed a bowl game for the first time in since 2010. ISU looks to build off the experience of 2013 and turn those near misses into wins. Returning is quarterback Sam Richardson and the offense will lean heavily on him and senior running back Aaron Wimberly. Iowa State must hit the ground running in 2014 season opens with FCS powerhouse North Dakota State coming to Jack Trice Stadium in week 1, and Kansas State coming to Ames a week later. Key games for Iowa State’s bowl chances will be September 13th at Iowa, October 11th against Toledo, and November 22nd against Texas Tech.

2013 Iowa State Football Preview

Entering his 5th season as the head coach of Iowa State, Paul Rhoads has led the Cyclones to a bowl game three times during his tenure at a program that won 8 games in the previous three years before his arrival. Rhoads will need to replace his top three receiving targets from 2012, but the return of senior tight end Ernst Brun will help in that area. Sophomore quarterback Sam Richardson returns after taking over the role late in the season. Richardson emerged as a dual-threat quarterback and should continue to improve during his second season. With Richardson, the Cyclones will have their top three rushers from 2012 returning. State rival Iowa and conference opponents Texas, Oklahoma State, and TCU travel to Ames and Jack Trice Stadium this upcoming season.

2011 Iowa State Football Preview

When Paul Rhoads came to Ames, he caused a whirlwind of interest in the Cyclones when he led the team to a winning record and bowl berth after a 2-10 season. However, in 2010 things didn’t go as well the second time around as ISU ended with a 5-7 record. In 2011, they’re looking to right the ship with a revamped offense and defense.

Offensively, the Cyclones are at a loss with last year’s passer Austen Arnaud out of the game thanks to a knee injury he suffered last season. That leaves the team having to choose between juniors Jerome Tiller and Steele Jantz, who enter the pre-season ready to overtake the other on the depth chart. Behind them, sophomores Shontrelle Johnson and Jeff Woody will share carries, while the wide-outs feature seniors Darius Reynolds and Darius Darks looking to finish their careers in Ames with a bang.

Defensively, the strength of the Cyclones rides with their secondary. Seniors Ter'Ran Benton and Leonard Johnson are shut-down corners who are biding their time before hitting the Sunday stage. However, their showcase for ISU is a bit of a catch-22, since it has to do with a lack of pass-rush up front. Last season, the Cyclones only mustered 11 sacks from their defensive line. This year, the unit is looking to senior end Jacob Lattimer and nose tackle Stephen Ruempolhamer for leadership that will help take the Cyclones to the next level in the Big 12.

2010 Iowa State Football Preview

Iowa State had a relatively successful season under first-year coach Paul Rhoads in 2009. The cyclones finished 7-6 with a win over Minnesota in the Insight Bowl. Thanks to a schedule that gives them tough games against Oklahoma and Texas on the road, it may be difficult to improve on that mark.

Quarterback Austen Arnaud returns for his senior season and will have to cut down on interceptions to bring this offense to the next level. Arnaud tossed 13 inteceptions in 2009, only one less than his 14 touchdowns. Senior Alexander Robinson joins Arnaud in the backfield and is coming off an especially productive year as a junior. Robinson accumulated 1,456 yards from scrimmage and nine touchdowns. Junior Darius Darks anchors a solid receiving corps.

Defense was a big problem for the Cyclones last season, as they finished second-to-last in the conference in allowing 415.9 yards per game. Defensive coordinator Tom Herman welcomes in three new starters at linebacker, so how the front seven performs remains to be seen.

Another bowl appearance can happen depending on whether or not Arnaud progresses as a passer, as he has a wealth of talent around him. However, it would be very surprising if this team can do better than another record around .500.

2009 Iowa State Football Preview

2009 will be a rebuilding year for the Iowa State Cyclones. Gone is former Head Coach Gene Chizik, who took the top job at Auburn. In his place is new ISU Head Coach Paul Rhoads. Rhoads comes to the Cyclones from Auburn, where he was the defensive coordinator for a few seasons. That experience on defense will be key to the Cyclones success, because the Big 12 Conference fields some of the top offensive teams in college football.

2008 Iowa State Football Preview

The Iowa State Cyclones are coming off a tough season in the Big 12 in 2007, but with head coach Gene Chizik only in his first year, the Cyclones appear to have a bright future under his leadership. The Cyclones play football in one of the toughest divisions in one of the toughest conferences in the country, the Big 12. Iowa State has to compete with perennial titans like Nebraska and Kansas State as well as upstart teams like Missouri and Kansas. And let’s not forget Texas and Oklahoma in the South Division. Jack Trice Stadium will be flooded with Cyclones fans excited to see what’s next in the Chizik era, and rooting for the home team to climb in the conference ranks and play for a Big 12 Championship and a bowl game in 2008.

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