CEDAR RAPIDS - This time, there was no need for a comeback. Rather, the Cedar Rapids Rampage were forced to quell a late surge.
Seven different players scored goals as Cedar Rapids led by as many as five goals on two occasions, then staved ... »
AMES — Iowa Stateáscored a Big Monday win over a top-three team for the second time in as many weeks when it defeatedáKansas 85-72.
Andáthe postgame locker room hysteriaáwasn't limited to the team.
After scoring 19 points to go along with six rebounds and three assists, ISU's Georges Niang celebrated with the governor -- by teaching him the dab.
Yes, even Gov. Terry Branstad is doing the dance that's taken over the sports world the last few months.
Not too fluid, but hey, he gets an A for effort.