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Cyclone Insider: ISU’s street to the Massive 12 title recreation
Rodney White, rodwhite@dmreg.com

AMES, Ia. — Iowa State made some historical past Saturday on a cold and eventful afternoon at Jack Trice Stadium.

With a 28-14 win over Baylor, the Cyclones now have their first single-season five-recreation Massive 12 Conference profitable streak in program history. 

This was a wire-to-wire win, though Iowa State did not look 14 factors better than the Bears, who have been capable of carve up the Cyclones’ protection like few others this season.

This is what we discovered from a win that was nearer than it appeared:

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Throwing punches results in straightforward ejections. Each time: David Montgomery received ejected in the third quarter because of a scuffle that drew safety onto the sector and stopped the sport for about five minutes.

Baylor’s Greg Roberts, who was additionally ejected, threw a punch at Montgomery in front of a referee. In response, Montgomery lunged and appeared to jab right again.

Despite the fact that Roberts was the obvious instigator, this was a simple ejection for both players. Throw a punch, you get tossed.