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Cyclones Opening Game on FCS Central

College football will beginning this week for most schools.  So, when I read at cyclones.com that Fox College Sports (FCS) Central, a digit cable college sports channel, would be broadcasting their opening game, I was excited. 🙂

Their opening game is against South Dakota State, a new Division I-AA school, on August 28th at 8 PM ET (7 PM CT).  See this announcement at cyclones.com.

So, Iowa State Cyclones football may not be on the top of everyone’s list this upcoming Thursday.  So, you ask, what is the big deal?  Well, it is an opportunity to see the Cyclones return back to their original Cardinal and Gold uniforms. [see announcement here] If you watch the game, the Cyclones will be wearing their school colors that are only similar to one other major university, USC.

But, if you cannot see it in your area, cyclones.com will be able to live web cast it at their website with the help of FCS Central.   It is unclear to me, but according to the article, one may have to purchase the Clone Zone membership to view.

I have always thought that live web casts are free, but I guess this is just another exception.  So, I hope you will enjoy the game on Thursday on FCS Central.

GO CLONES!

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  1. 30 August 2008 at 10:59

    Well, the Cyclones won the game 44-17.

    Since it was the first game of the season, there some things to correct for the next game.

    One big item would be eliminate turnovers. The score could have been different if SDSU converted points off ISU turnovers.

    Although there were lot of great hits by ISU defenese in the game, there were instances where tackling does need to improve. Especially, for the upcoming game against Iowa.

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