Iowa State coach Dan McCarney will continue using two quarterbacks when the Cyclones open the Big-12 race at Oklahoma State. In the first three games Bret Meyer has started and Austin Flynn has also played and McCarney says both deserve to play. He says it epitomizes what the team is all about, “Who cares, don’t give a dam about credit, let’s find a way to win, lets move the ball, let’s score points.” He says they want to be one of the most improved teams in the country by the end of the season, and he says the two quarterbacks are leading the charge. The Cyclones are 2-1 and a year ago finished winless in conference play. McCarney says he has a gut feeling about the team as he says they come to practice every day wanting to do some things that last year’s team couldn’t do. Oklahoma State is 3-0 and McCarney says the Cowboys deserve their number 24 ranking. He says they’re a fast, physical football team that has dominated all three opponents thus far.
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