At 1-4 Iowa State is looking to turn its season around and it begins with tomorrow’s game against Toledo. Quarterback Logan Woodside has led Toledo to three straight wins after Phillip Ely was lost for the season with a knee injury. “He throws the ball with confidence, he spreads the field very well,” ISU coach Paul Rhoads says.

He says Toledo’s run game is well designed as their line pulls and moves to the second level, and that benefits the runningbacks.

Rhoads says that running game should be at full strength with the return of Kareem Hunt. “Their top runningback has been out and we certainly believe that he will be back for out game…he’s an oustanding player,” Rhoads says.

Kickoff in Ames is at 2:30 p.m.