Former Cyclone Running Back Found Dead

Stevie Hicks, who was a key part of the Iowa State football program from 2002 to 2006, died today after being found lying on Interstate 480 near downtown Omaha, Nebraska.
November 28, 2008

Iowa Post Game: Stevie Hicks

On Saturday, Iowa State new that running the football would be a key to victory over the stingy Iowa defense. The Cyclones rushed for an impressive 179 yards, but it wasn't enough as the Clones suffered a 27-17 loss to the Hawkeyes. Stevie Hicks ran for 75 of those yards and CN caught up with Hicks after the game. Here's what he had to say in this CN Q&A.
September 17, 2006

Stevie Hicks Earns Honor

Stevie Hicks Is Big 12 Offensive Player Of The Week
November 7, 2005

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!

Laying the foundation for 2005 became one of the themes of Iowa State's preparation for the 2004 Independence Bowl. And while the Cyclones now won't play another game for roughly eight months, they may have done just that with a dominating rushing attack Tuesday night. ISU used the ground game to pull out a 17-13 win over Miami of Ohio, the second bowl victory in school history.
December 28, 2004

Horse Trailer of the Week

Cyclone fans, here's your chance to vote for Iowa State's MVP for the Colorado game.
October 20, 2004

CN Spring Cleaning: Running Backs

The second in a series of football position progress reports on CycloneNation.com features the running backs, where Stevie Hicks, Jason Scales and Brian Thompson will try to hold off a fall onslaught of freshmen tailbacks.
May 4, 2004