Jake Sullivan has been nearly automatic from the free throw line this season but that is not the case for many of the rest of his Iowa State teammates. Sullivan has made 48 of 51 free throws this season, good for 94-percent but as a team the Cyclones are a shade under 65-percent.Iowa State coach Wayne Morgan says there are different levels of being a shooter. He says great shooters like Sullivan are born, while others have to shoot shots every day just to get good. Morgan says the struggles of his team from the foul line are not from a lack of effort. He says they shoot free throws every day and run if they don’t hit a certain percentage, but he says there’s obviously a difference in shooting in practice and shooting free throws in a game. The Cyclones return to action Wednesday night at Kansas State.
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