Iowa State coach Dan McCarney says history will play no part in the outcome of the Cyclones game at Kansas State. That’s just as well since the Wildcats have won the last ten games in the series and many in lopsided fashion. McCarney says the current players are not responsible for the streak. He says they know it’s an outstanding program that has a Hall of Fame coach, but he says the struggles of the past don’t have anything to do with Saturday’s game.Turnovers have been a big part of Iowa State’s recent winning streak and they have played a big part in the losing streak to K-State. He says they’ve had 13 takeaways and only four giveaways in the last three wins, and he says that’s why they’ve won. He says the past games with Kansas State they’ve given the ball away too much. McCarney says a big part of ISU’s improvement has been due to the play of quarterback Bret Meyer who gains confidence each week. He says Meyer showed him something in the game at Iowa, and McCarney says the work continues.
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