Junior College transfer Waye Terry could get playing time at quarterback for Iowa State this weekend when the Cyclones host Kansas State. Austin Flynn is listed as the starter but coach Dan McCarney says Terry has made a lot of strides in recent weeks. Terry was expected to battle for the starting job before getting injured during spring drills. McCarney says Terry has been very patient and stayed on top of things despite falling down the depth chart.Breakdowns in the kicking game hurt the Cyclones in the loss at Nebraska but McCarney says the defense played well despite the 28 points Nebraska scored.A victory over K-State would be a major accomplishment. The Wildcats have won the last nine games in the series and most of them have not been close. The start to this game is important. In recent years, K-State has pounced on the Cyclones early enroute to lopsided wins. McCarney says his team needs to get off to a better start to have a chance in this game.
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