The Iowa State Cyclones return to action tomorrow with a visit to Ohio. The Cyclones, like every team in the country, were idle last weekend and coach Dan McCarney says how teams respond will be a factor in every ballgame.McCarney says the key will be slowing down Ohio’s option attack led by quarterback Dontrell Jackson. He says preparing for the option is difficult and it shows in games.McCarney says Jackson is a better passer this season.Northern Iowa will visit Ball State out of the Mid-American conference marking the first time the Panthers have played two one-A opponents in a season since 1990. Ball State is 0-2 but U-N-I coach Mark Farley says that record is deceiving. He says their loses came to Auburn and Kentucky.Farley says Ball State is an experienced team.Farley says this is a chance to play a quality opponent and have a chance to win.
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