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Cyclones Don't Play With Their Food

Cyclones Don't Play With Their Food

Fred Hoiberg was naturally worried going into Monday's game his team would come out flat — a Thanksgiving crowd, the thrill of winning two tough games the previous week, everybody patting the Cyclones on their backs — but it's a sign of a strong, focused team to do what it's supposed to against inferior squads

A few thoughts after No. 17 Iowa State (5-0) ripped UMKC, 110-51, Monday night at Hilton Coliseum. 1. Iowa State was supposed to destroy UMKC, and that's what happened. Fred Hoiberg was naturally worried going into Monday's game his team would come out flat — a Thanksgiving crowd, the thrill of winning two tough games the previous week, everybody patting the Cyclones on their backs — but it's a...

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