Latest News Simulation: Cyclones win big over Kent St.

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By Anthony Caruso III

Editor’s Note: This is a simulation and doesn’t indicate what the final score will be when the game is played. With it being a simulation, not everyone, who played in this computerized game, may play in the actual game.

The Iowa State Cyclones defeated the Kent State Golden Flashes in our simulation. The Cyclones won this computerized game, 31-9.

The Golden Flashes had 276 total yards, while the Cyclones had 399. Iowa State also had the ball for 35 minutes and 45 seconds. Kent State had it for 24 minutes and 15 seconds.

Bret Meyer (Photo by the Iowa State Cyclones Sports Information Department)

Bret Meyer (Photo by the Iowa State Cyclones Sports Information Department)

Bret Meyer went 16-of-25 for the Cyclones for 218 yards. He also had two touchdowns and an interception.

Jason Scales had 122 yards with a touchdown. Alexander Robinson also had a touchdown and had 37-yards. Meyer had 17-yards, while Jamicah Bass had five.

R.J. Sumrall had 92 receiving yards, while Todd Blythe had 62. Robinson had 17 and an additional touchdown. Scales also had 16.

Marquis Hamilton had 13, while Milan Moses had a catch for 10-yards and a touchdown. Ben Barkema also had a catch for eight yards.

Julian Edelman, the Golden Flashes quarterback, went 11-of-25 for a 140 yards. He threw two interceptions.

Edelman had 61 yards, while Eugene Jarvis had 56. Andrew Flowers had 18 and Christen Haywood had a yard.

Shawn Bayes had 53 yards, while Aaron Robinson had 40. Jarvis and Phil Garner had 16 each. Tom Sitko had 15.

Iowa State’s Chris Singleton and James Smith had an interception each. Kent State’s Aaron Hull had a sack, while Brian Lainhart also had an interception.

Meyer threw two touchdown passes. Moses and Robinson caught a 10-yard and six-yard score each.

Robinson also had a two-yard rushing touchdown. Scales scored an eight-yard score, as well.


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