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Louisiana vs Iowa State Live: The Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns and the Iowa State Cyclones will face off at noon ET Sept. 12 at Jack Trice Stadium to kick off their 2020 seasons. Louisiana ended up 11-3 last year and capped things off with a win over the Miami (OH) RedHawks in the LendingTree Bowl, so they are on the hunt for another strong season. While Iowa State was not exactly top dog last season, they did wrap up the year with a winning record of 7-6 WATCH NCAA FOOTBALL LIVE HERE

Date: Saturday, September 12, 2020

Time: 11:00 A.M. CST

Location: Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA

Capacity: 61,500, but only family and the Band will attend

Line: ISU -11.5

Television: ESPN

Radio: Cyclone Radio Network

Game Notes/Release

Louisiana Game Notes

SB Nation Website –The Ragin’ Cajuns don’t have one…

After an offseason of politician blow-ups, university presidents and chancellors fighting like third-graders on a playground, and people who think they are right and you’re wrong – ladies and gentleman, we finally have COLLEGE FOOTBALL!

To be frank (and you’ll notice I don’t hold back my opinion), I’m just glad we are having a semblance of a season. Sure it sucks with no fans, no Cy-Hawk game and worse yet – no tailgating, but look at it this way – at least we’re NOT in the Big TEN!

Maybe we all forgot – but there is something special right in front of our nose – the 2020 Iowa State Football Team. And a Damn Good one at that. The Cyclones bring back multiple starters, FOURTEEN different players with All-Big 12 conference honors, and a quarterback who will vie for the Heisman.

There I said it.

Brock Purdy can amend the Troy Davis Massacre that was the 1996 Heisman race, and break one of the longest and most embarrassing streaks in all of College Football – by becoming a 1st Round NFL draft pick (the first at ISU in FORTY-SEVEN FREAKIN YEARS!)
When we last left off….

The Cyclones come off a disappointing 7-6 record from a season ago. One in which they competed in nearly every game, and if it wasn’t for late-minute mistakes, should have had 9+ victories.

That 2019 team was young. They were not battle tested. But they held their own against some of the best this Conference has to offer. Those scars from last year will create a new thirst of blood from this program, as they have the horses in the stable to make an epic run.

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