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2012 Cyclones Bright Future with Rhoadsā?? Re-signing
Coming just days after he was rumored as a candidate for the Pittsburgh Panthers’ open head coaching position, the Cyclones have re-inked Head Coach Paul Rhoads to a new 10-year contract worth a total of $20 million. Immensely respected as a motivator and a intrepid big-game coach, Rhoads has been with Iowa State for three years, amassing a 18-19 record. Only the second coach to lead the Clones to a bowl game since 1978, he’s done it twice in five years. Also, he guided them to the biggest victory in school history, having upset #2 Oklahoma State 37-31 on Nov. 18, in the program’s first ever win over a top five team.
The Cyclone's season came to a close with last year with a 6–7 overall record, 3–6 in Big 12 play, but coach Rhoads is sure to have them inspired for more outstanding victories. Iowa State will open the season Sept. 1st hosting Tulsa, and start conference play at Jack Trice Stadium vs. Texas Tech on Sept. 29th. Overall, the Cyclones’ conference schedule will have five home games and four on the road. Get your 2012 Iowa State Cyclones tickets now to see them play Big East newcomers TCU on Oct. 6th and West Virginia to close the season on November 24th, who they will play for the first time ever. Here’s a clip of the Clones’ win over OK State, which is up for an ESPY as Best Upset: