Final: Tech takes a couple of knees after Cody Davis picks off Steele Jantz in the end zone and Tech avenges last year's embarrassing loss to Iowa State to stay undefeated at 4-0.
Fourth quarter, 2:30: Tech faces a 3rd and 5 after Iowa State uses its second time out and Kenny Williams is wide open on the right side and drops the ball ... would have easily had a first down. Ryan Bustin kicks a 39-yard field goal on the next play to give Tech a 24-13 lead, which should seal the win.
Fourth quarter, 6:30: Wow. Cyclones driving, Steele Jantz was scrambling to the right and he simply dropped the ball and Kerry Hyder recovered for Tech at Cyclone 49
Fourth quarter, 10:36: DJ Johnson clobbered a Cyclone receiver, the ball popped in the air, Douglas grabbed the ball for his second pick and returned it to the Cyclone 9. After a holding call that pushed the ball back to the 9, Doege bought some time with a fake to Stephens and hit Eric Ward for a TD. Kick good, Tech up 21-13. Lots of time.
Fourth quarter: Again Tech drove well into Cyclone territory, but the drive stalled at the Iowa State 24 and Ryan Bustin hooked a 41-yard field goal. Tech still leads, 14-13.
End of third quarter: Tech stopped Iowa State, forcing and punt and will take over on its own 25
Third quarter, 1:01: Tech drove 71 yards with the big play a tunnel screen from Doege to Javon Bell to the two ... after a loss of two, Doege hit Darrin Moore in the back of the end zone and with a successful kick, Tech takes its first lead of the game, 14-13
Third quarter, 4:26: Iowa State's offensive line opened holes for the Cyclone running game and QB Steele Jantz made some big third-down plays ending with a short touchdown pass and Iowa State leads 13-7. Right now this is a battle of offensive lines ... can Tech give Seth Doege time to throw? Will Iowa State's line roll over Tech's D?
Third quarter: Tech's drive stalls near midfield and downs punt inside Cyclone 5, but Bradley Marquez bumps punt receiver and a couple of players later, Iowa State was nearing midfield ... then Kerry Hyder sacked Jantz ... but a third-down scramble by Jantz gets ball to Tech's 43
Halftime: Tech and Iowa State are tied 7-7 ... but the Red Raiders have outgained the Cyclones 177 yards to 63 ... two interceptions killed Tech scoring chances. What adjustments will we see in the second half?
Second quarter, 1:32: Tech got the ball down to the Cyclone 3 on a play originally called a touchdown on a pass to Jace Amaro ... then the Cyclones sacked Doege on the next play ... it's second and goal from the 12 ... Doege got clobbered on a play where he caught a pass on the next play ... but he found Jakeem Grant open over the middle and he outraced the D to the end zone and the game is tied ...
Second quarter, 5:11: Tech gave up five yards on an offsides penalty and still stopped the Cyclones and Coronado grad Austin Zouzalik returned the punt just past the 50. A tunnel screen and a run moved the ball to the Cyclone 28 ...
Second quarter: Cyclone QB Steele Jantz threw an interception to Cornelius Douglas with no Iowa State receiver in the area. Kenny Williams then broke a long run, but Tech's drive stalled just inside Cyclone territory and will punt from the Iowa State 48 ... punt bounces into end zone
Second quarter, 9:30: Tech forces another punt and takes over on its own 18, but can't get a first down, is forced to punt and the Cyclones return the ball to the 50 and a Tech penalty tacks on five more yards ...
Second quarter, 12:35: Tech again was driving into Cyclone territory, and for the second time tonight, a scrambling Doege threw across his body and was picked off and Iowa State took over at its 28
First quarter, 1:42: Tech drives inside Iowa State's 20, but facing a third-and-long, Doege, again scrambling, is picked off by AJ Klein who goes 87 yards for the touchdown.
First quarter: After giving up three plays for 52 yards, Tech's D not only stopped the Cyclones, but pushed them back a few yards and forced a 49-yard field goal try that was pushed way right. Tech took over at its own 31
First quarter: Tech drove into Iowa State territory but had to punt after Iowa State has been harassing Tech QB Seth Doege. Tech punted into the end zone and on the Cyclones ran for 36 yards on the first play, and, two plays later, had a first down at Tech's 28
First quarter: Iowa State forces a fumble, knocking the ball out of Seth Doege's hands and forcing a third and l-o-n-g ... Tech punted. But again, Tech's defense forced the Cyclones to a three-and-out and Tech will take over on its 35 after the punt.
First quarter: Iowa State takes opening kickoffand starts inside its own 15 and punts after Tech stops a run, shuts down a short pass and gets a "cover sack" ... Tech will take over at its own 37