Wednesday's Iowa State sports links

"Two-out- of-five is not what we're looking for in the first two games of the year. Place-kicking can be a part in helping us win some big games - or lose some games if we don't get more consistency."
Team sets out to solve field-goal kicking woes
Des Moines Register

"They'll be a real challenge. Not for one second will we take one thing for granted. We've got to make a lot of improvements this week."
ISU focused on Tennessee Tech, not Iowa
Waterloo Courier

Iowa State's Lindsey Wilson will go back home for a basketball game this season. The Cyclones will play the University of Washington in Seattle on Dec. 22. Wilson, Iowa State's starting point guard, played at Roosevelt High School in Seattle and her father, Bruce, played football at Washington.
ISU WBB schedule released
Omaha World Herald

No looking past this I-AA foe, says McCarney
Cedar Rapids Gazette

"We'll get a good crowd, and I don't think there's any doubt about it and our kids are excited about it. I think we're 9-4 in the last 13 night games and hopefully we can have some success."
Jack Trice lights turned on for first time Saturday
Iowa State Daily

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