Iowa State’s kicking situation needs to improve if the Cyclones want to snap a Big-12 losing streak that has reached 13-games heading into this week’s visit to Baylor. With Tony Yelk injured three different kickers were used in a 19-14 loss at Colorado that featured two missed field goals of 25 and 22 yards. Another kicker, Josh Griebahn , has returned to pratcice and may see action this weekend after having surgery on his foot in July. Doctors put a pin in his foot and Iowa State coach Dan McCarney says he has worked hard to rehab. McCarney says Griebahn could see action this weekend depending on how he practices. This is also a big game for Baylor and coach Guy Morris, as he says it would give them their first conference win, which he says they “desperately” need. He says it would be extremely important to them if they could win the game. Morris is expecting to face a motivated Cyclone team. He says they probably see it as a chance to get their first conference win as well, so he says his team will have to be focused and ready to play.
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