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"I thought it would be possible, but I knew it would be one tough chore. I knew it would take a great commitment and great dedication by everyone. You can throw goals out there, but you can only hope some of them stick."
Winning makes for program's reversal of fortune
Des Moines Register

Danielsen shined brightest in Iowa State's biggest games. Against Iowa, he caught five passes for 131 yards as the Cyclones won, 36-31. Against No. 20 Nebraska, he hauled in nine passes for 111 yards. He also had 100-yard receiving games against Missouri and Kansas State.
Danielsen quietly has career year
Des Moines Register

Moments that defined 2002 Iowa State football
Des Moines Register

"Birds haven't died diving onto the turf."
Tall tale more fiction than fact
Des Moines Register

"Birds haven't died diving onto the turf."
Humanitarian Bowl facts and figures
Des Moines Register

"We´re going to have a lot of fun here. It´s a little warmer here than it is in Iowa."
Iowa State arrives in Boise with game faces on
Idaho Statesman

"It hurts, I know it hurts, but keep going, man."
Broncos, Cyclones face off in dining rooms first
Idaho Statesman

"It wasn't so much the number of games as the quality of the opponents. This was the toughest schedule ever played at this university."
Spotlighting sports in the state of Iowa in 2002
Waterloo Courier

Play on the other end helps Sullivan, ISU stop Drake
Cedar Rapids Gazette

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