Iowa State needs more offense than they have gotten during a four-game losing skid. In those games the Cyclones have not scored more than 65 points and that includes a 62-50 loss at Oklahoma State on Saturday.
Junior forward Rashon Clark says on thing that will help is to get better shots. Clark says they do take some bad shots that drops down their percentage. He says if they take more good shots, their percentage will go up.
Despite their recent struggles Clark says the Cyclones remain confident. He says they still believe they’re a good team. Clark says they still believe they’re a good team, they just make a lot of mental mistakes that they need to cut down.
Clark says the problems can no longer be blamed on youth. He says that would be an excuse, because they have played a lot of games and those are mistakes that shouldn’t be made. ISU returns to action Wednesday night with a visit to sixth ranked Texas A@M.