Cyclones Focus On Improvement

Ames, Iowa — Slow starts are nothing new and Iowa State will try to battle back from another as the Cyclones get ready to open the Big-12 race.

Two years ago they rebounded from a 1-3 start and opened 2-2 last year. The Cyclones are off this week after a 31-14 loss to Louisiana.

That’s ISU quarterback Brock Purdy who says the focus is on improvement.

Tight end Chase Allen is confident the Cyclones will bounce back.

Allen says the Cyclones need to focus on TCU.

Safety Greg Eisworth says it is up to each player to raise their level of play.

Eisworth says the game against Louisiana is something they can learn from.

The Cyclones visit TCU on September 26.

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