CN Postgame: ISU-KU Notes

Come check out notes from the Iowa State loss to Kansas on Saturday. Remember to check out Cyclone Nation for the most complete postgame coverage you can find anywhere.

  • Iowa State is now 1-7 on Saturdays (including exhibitions) this season.
  • The Cyclones have lost three straight home games for the first time since the 2001-02 season.
  • Curtis Stinson recorded four steals, moving to No.5 all-time on the ISU career steal list (181).
  • ISU recorded 13 steals, its 14th time this season with 10 or more steals.
  • Will Blalock had four steals, his fifth game this season with four or more steals.
  • Stinson scored 24 points to move past Ron Harris to No. 13 on the ISU career scoring list with 1,455 points.
  • Stinson also moves to No. 14 on the career 3-pointers made list, surpassing Jacy Holloway with 64 career 3-pointers.
  • Jiri Hubalek tallied a career-high four steals.
  • Rahshon Clark hit three treys, his seventh game this season with three or more 3-pointers – he is now tied for 18th all-time on the ISU career list with 52.
  • Stinson recorded 24 points, scoring 20 or more points for the fourth consecutive game for the first time in his career. Stinson is averaging 26.3 in the last four games.
  • ISU gave up 95 points, the most allowed this season. It is the most points allowed by a Cyclone team in Hilton Coliseum since Nov. 21, 2000 (Morningside, 97). It is the most points by a conference opponent in Hilton since Jan. 31, 1990 (#1 Missouri 95, ISU 93)

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