Cyclones host TCU on Senior Day on KWPC 860 AM & 95.1 FM

Iowa State senior All-American tight end Charlie Kolar is one of the three finalists for the John Mackey Award for the second consecutive season. []

Iowa State (6-5, 4-4 Big 12) plays host to TCU (5-6, 3-5 Big 12) in the final home game for 23 seniors on Saturday.

Coverage begins at 1:30 p.m. on KWPC 860 AM & 95.1 FM, The Voice of Muscatine, with John Walters, Eric Heft and Ryan Harklau on the call. Kick-off at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames is at 3:30 p.m. on FS1.

ISU is aiming for a perfect home record vs. Big 12 teams for the second-straight season. ISU owns a 10-game home winning streak vs. league teams, the Big 12’s best active streak. ISU’s last home loss to a Big 12 school was on Oct. 26, 2019 (OSU). A win gives ISU an above-.500 record in league play for the fifth-straight season and just the sixth time in Big 12 history.

Key Storylines
Iowa State lost at Oklahoma (28-21) in its sixth-straight one-score defeat vs. a Big 12 team. Since 2017, ISU has played 30 one-score games, going 14-16.
-All-America RB Breece Hall has scored a rushing TD in 23-straight games, tying an NCAA FBS record with Arkansas’ Bill Burnett (23, 1968-70).
-Hall, who is ISU’s career scoring leader (312) and touchdown leader (52), ranks 8th nationally in rushing yards per game (111.8) and second nationally in touchdowns (19).
-QB Brock Purdy will play in his final home game owning/sharing 31 school records. Purdy ranks fourth nationally in completion pct. (73.4) and is 15-1 as a starter vs. Big 12 teams in Jack Trice Stadium.
-All-America TE Charlie Kolar set school single-game marks in receptions (12) and receiving yards (152) for a TE at Oklahoma. Kolar has 53 catches and is two receptions shy of the single-season ISU TE record.
-WR Xavier Hutchinson is the Big 12 leader in receptions (75), six catches behind ISU’s record-holder (81-Tracy Henderson, 1983).