Aaron Wimberly

Iowa St. Cyclones #2 - Running Back

  • Height: 5-9
  • Weight: 177
  • Seasons: SR

100 Things Cyclone Fans Should Forget Before They Die: Losing to North Dakota State by 20


Which is worse, the bubble screen or the matte helmet?

2015 Opponent Snap Shot | Iowa State Cyclones


Passing Yards Per Game Rushing Yards Per Game Scoring Offense Scoring Defense 248.4 | 50th Nationally 124.1 | 105th Nationally 23.2 | 96th Nationally 38.8 | 115th Nationally ...

2015 Kansas State Early Opponent Preview: Iowa State

What do you get when you combine a weak offense with a less-than-stellar defense and a tough schedule? You get Iowa State.

Previewing the 2015 Running Backs


Once a deep group of players the running back position now gives way to relative newcomers. Can they help the Cyclone offense get over the hump and in to December?

Five Key Storylines for Spring Football


With a number of new faces in Ames, what are some of the storylines heading in to spring practice?

Ecby and Nealy Leave Iowa State


Losing depth is one thing, but losing starters is another. The tire fire craves fuel and the departures of RB DeVondrick Nealy and WR Tad Ecby will certainly add it.

Fantasy Football: Baylor Edition

Not that anybody actually plays college fantasy football but let's have some fun with numbers!

Cyclones Fall to West Virginia


In case you weren't aware (and judging by the attendance, you more than likely were not), a football game took place in Jack Trice Stadium on Saturday, as Iowa State dropped their final home...

Riot Bowl III Preview


Riot Bowl III commences in Ames this weekend, but it's going to be a riot in name only.

Cyclones Falter Late


Iowa State's home struggles continue, dropping another frustrating heartbreaker in Jack Trice Stadium as Texas Tech prevails, 34-31

2014 Game X: Iowa State vs Taco Tech Preview


The battle for some of the tacos happens in Ames this weekend.

KU leads Wire-to-Wire, Demolishes Iowa State 34-14


Jumping out to an early lead, KU lets Iowa State back into the game briefly before big plays by the D puts the Cyclones away.