SEASON IN REVIEW
Iowa State University
90 2019 CAMPING WORLD BOWL
GAME 4 SEPT. 28, 2019 IOWA STATE 21, BAYLOR 23 MCLANE STADIUM
WACO, Texas – Baylor’s John Mayers connected on a 38-yard fi eld goal with 20 seconds
remaining as Baylor defeated Iowa State, 23-21, at McLane Stadium.
The Cyclones trailed 7-0 at the end of the fi rst half after a defensive battle, but the Bears
extended the lead to 20-0 with a pair of third quarter scores.
But the Iowa State o ense came to life at the end of the third quarter as Brock Purdy
connected with Sean Shaw Jr. for a 33-yard gain.
The Cyclones started the fourth quarter with a 30-yard pass to Chase Allen, which led to a
three-yard TD run from Johnnie Lang to fi nally get on the board with 14:34 remaining.
After a stop by the Iowa State defense, Purdy found Lang for a 12-yard touchdown to make
it 20-14 Baylor with 7:24 to play.
The Iowa State defense came up with another stop, giving the ball back to Purdy and
the o ense, which took advantage of the opportunity. Purdy connected on a 20-yard
touchdown pass to Charlie Kolar to give the Cyclones their fi rst lead of the game at 21-20
with 3:45 remaining.
Unfortunately for the Cyclones, Baylor was able to get into fi eld goal position and Mayers
hit his fi rst career fi eld goal to give the Bears the win.
GAME 5 OCT. 5, 2019 IOWA STATE 49, TCU 24 JACK TRICE STADIUM
AMES, Iowa – Brock Purdy amassed 359 yards of total o ense and accounted for four
touchdowns as Iowa State routed TCU, 49-24, at MidAmerican Energy Field at Jack
Purdy had a pair of rushing touchdowns and two more through the air to lead the Cyclones
to 436 yards of total o ense in the game. ISU tied the school record with six-consecutive
games with 400 yards of total o ense.
The Cyclones owned a 21-3 edge at the half behind a pair of Purdy touchdown passes to
tight ends Chase Allen and Charlie Kolar, as well as a defensive touchdown on a 1-yard
scoop and score from Eyioma Uwazurike.
On ISU’s second drive of the third quarter, Purdy scampered in from 10 yards out to put the
Cyclones up 28-3. After a TCU score, Johnnie Lang answered with a three-yard touchdown
run to again extend the Cyclone lead to more than three touchdowns.
The Horned Frogs would make things interesting with a pair of quick touchdowns, but
Purdy and Lang answered with back-to-back touchdown runs to put the game out of reach.
GAME 6 OCT. 12, 2019 IOWA STATE 38, WEST VIRGINIA 14 MILAN PUSKAR STADIUM
MORGANTOWN, W.V. – Freshman Breece Hall shouldered the Iowa State rushing attack in
a 38-14 win over West Virginia on the road. Hall rushed for 132 yards and three touchdowns,
which were both career highs for the Wichita, Kan., native.
On the other side of the ball, the Cyclone defense pitched a second-half shutout, stifl ing
the Mountaineer o ense. Iowa State held West Virginia to just 190 yards on the day and
only 41 rushing yards. The Cyclones also forced three West Virginia turnovers, two of which
occurred on the fi nal two drives of the game to ice away the victory.
ISU’s o ense found its groove in the second half behind the rushing attack of Hall. Brock
Purdy was 10-13 in the second half for 137 yards and tossed an 18-yard touchdown to Joe
Scates. It was the fi rst career touchdown for Scates, as well as his career long reception.
Purdy fi nished the game 19-30 and 229 yards through the air.
At the half, it was locked at 14-14 between the Cyclones and Mountaineers. Iowa State
scored on a pair of rushing touchdowns in the fi rst half, one from Hall and one from Purdy.
West Virginia jumped out to a 7-0 lead to begin the game on a pick-six and then closed the
fi rst half out with a 14-play, 76-yard touchdown drive to tie the game at the intermission.