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Chiefs active Commings from IR, waive McDougald


November 5th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs have activated rookie defensive back Sanders Commings from injured reserve and waived defensive back Bradley McDougald to clear space on their roster. The moves came Tuesday during the Chiefs’ bye week. After impressing the Chiefs during the offseason, Commings broke his collar bone on the first full day of workouts in training camp. He was placed on the temporary IR and the Chiefs had until this week to active him.

Commings was picked in the fifth round of April’s draft out of Georgia. Many scouts believed he had the ability to go much earlier in the draft, but some legal issues during his time with the Bulldogs caused his stock to slide. McDougald, an undrafted free agent out of Kansas, played in one game this season.

Iowa’s offense takes step backward


November 5th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — With less than a month left in the 2013 regular season, Iowa’s offense is starting to look more and more like the 2012 version. That’s not a good thing for the Hawkeyes.

Iowa (5-4, 2-3 Big Ten) has taken a big step backward the past two weeks. The Hawkeyes have scored just 19 points in regulation and are now tied for 11th in the Big Ten at 25.3 points per game heading into Saturday’s game at Purdue.

The rushing game, once among the nation’s best, is now averaging a pedestrian 4.3 yards per carry. The passing game isn’t much better, with just 205 yards per game and 12 TDs against 10 interceptions.

Iowa State Releases 2014 Football Schedule


November 5th, 2013 by Jim Field

AMES, Iowa – The Big 12 Conference announced its 2014 league football schedule Tuesday.

The conference shared that several conference games could still have date changes pending network television decisions. One potential conference date changes already identified involve the Cyclones.

Iowa State will play host to Oklahoma on either Thursday, Oct. 30 or Saturday, Nov. 1.

The Cyclones will have seven home games, including five conference games in Jack Trice Stadium.

Homecoming will be against Kansas State on Oct. 11 and Family Weekend is set for the Toledo game on Sept. 20.

Iowa State’s “off” weeks are Sept. 6, Oct. 25 and Nov. 15.


  • Sept. 13 at Iowa
  • Sept. 20 TOLEDO (FW)
  • Sept. 27 BAYLOR
  • Oct. 4 at Oklahoma State
  • Oct. 11 KANSAS STATE (H)
  • Oct. 18 at Texas
  • Oct. 30 or Nov. 1 OKLAHOMA
  • Nov. 8 at Kansas
  • Nov. 22 TEXAS TECH
  • Dec. 6 at TCU

HSFB: Coon Rapids-Bayard at Exira-EHK 11-04-2013

Podcasts, Sports

November 5th, 2013 by Chris Parks

Jim Field and Chris Parks have the call of the second round playoff game played in Exira.


8AM Sportscast 11-05-2013

Podcasts, Sports

November 5th, 2013 by Chris Parks

w/ Jim Field


Friday HS Football Playoff Quarter-Final Match-ups


November 5th, 2013 by Jim Field


  • Bettendorf @ Pleasant Valley
  • Cedar Rapids Kennedy @ Cedar Rapids Xavier
  • Dowling Catholic vs Waukee at Williams Stadium
  • West Des Moines Valley @ Ames


  • Bishop Heelan Catholic vs Harlan at Memorial Stadium
  • Grinnell @ Clear Lake
  • Solon @ Decorah
  • Washington @ Pella


  • Gilbert @ Kuemper Catholic
  • Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley @ Sioux Center
  • Mediapolis @ Albia
  • Waukon @ New Hampton


  • Ogden @ Van Meter
  • Iowa CityRegina  @ Maquoketa Valley
  • South O’Brien @ St. Edmond
  • South Winneshiek @ North Fayette Valley


  • Audubon @ A-H-S-T
  • Bishop Garrigan @ West Lyon
  • Pekin @ B-G-M
  • Wapsie Valley @ Gladbrook-Reinbeck


  • Glidden-Ralston @ Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton
  • Wayne @ Adair-Casey
  • Newell-Fonda @ Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn
  • Springville @ Don Bosco

Imperfect Chiefs carry perfect record into bye


November 5th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs are an imperfect team with a perfect record. Their offense has been sluggish at best, sloppy at worst. Their defense has given up big plays. Their special teams have made a few mistakes that could have proven costly. Still, Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith points out that even if everything went perfectly, the Chiefs wouldn’t have any better record than the 9-0 mark they carry into their week off.

The Chiefs met to review video of Sunday’s 23-13 win over Buffalo on Monday before scattering for their bye. While players are enjoying some time off, the coaches plan to begin preparation for a high-profile showdown with AFC West rival Denver the following week.

The Chiefs visit the 7-1 Broncos on Nov. 17.

Cardinals will make qualifying offer for Beltran


November 5th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

ST. LOUIS (AP) — The St. Louis Cardinals have made a one-year, $14.1 million qualifying offer to free agent Carlos Beltran, though they aren’t expecting him back next year. General manager John Mozeliak and manager Mike Matheny met with reporters Monday for the first time since losing a six-game World Series to the Red Sox last week. Mozeliak says he expects the 36-year-old Beltran to seek a multiyear extension elsewhere.

Mozeliak said it would be difficult to guarantee regular playing time to Beltran, who had 15 RBIs in the postseason. Matt Adams is expected to be the everyday first baseman, cleanup man Allen Craig moves to right field and top prospect Oscar Taveras figures to be in the mix.

Rookie Trevor Rosenthal opens spring training as the closer.

Iowa St coach uncertain on starting QB


November 5th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

AMES, Iowa (AP) — Grant Rohach might be getting his chance to try to reverse Iowa State’s free fall through the Big 12 Conference. rohach, a redshirt freshman, is listed as the No. 1 quarterback on the Cyclones’ depth chart for Saturday’s home game against TCU, ahead of season-long starter Sam Richardson. Coach Paul Rhoads says that doesn’t necessarily mean Rohach will take the team’s first snap. Rhoads says it all depends on how the quarterbacks practice this week and Richardson very well could end up starting.

Whatever Rhoads decides, the Cyclones (1-7, 0-5 Big 12) need a big lift at the position. They’ve been outscored 170-41 in the last three games and the offense is struggling just to make a first down.

IA High School Football 2nd Round Playoff Scores


November 5th, 2013 by Ric Hanson

Class 4-A

  • Ames 72, Urbandale 37
  • Bettendorf 27, Iowa City West 24 (OT)
  • Cedar Rapids Xavier 34, Iowa City High 0
  • Cedar Rapids Kennedy 35, Davenport Assumption 12
  • Dowling Catholic 38, Southeast Polk 14
  • Pleasant Valley 26, Cedar Falls 7
  • West Des Moines Valley 49, Sioux City East 0
  • Waukee 44, Ankeny Centennial 7

Class 3-A

  • Harlan 21, Carroll 18
  • Bishop Heelan Catholic 28, Spencer 10
  • Clear Lake 35, Waverly-Shell Rock 17
  • Decorah 40, Maquoketa 24
  • Grinnell 28, Dallas Center-Grimes 21
  • Pella 14, Williamsburg 0
  • Solon 49, West Delaware 20
  • Washington 42, Oskaloosa 7

Class 2-A

  • Kuemper Catholic 38, West Marshall 14
  • Abia 26, Mid-Prairie 16
  • Boyden-Hull-RV 34, Spirit Lake 28
  • Gilbert 36, North Polk 6
  • Mediapolis 27, Bondurant-Farrar 22
  • New Hampton 19, Western Dubuque 7
  • Sioux Center 27, Central Lyon 13
  • Waukon 48, Beckman Catholic 14

Class 1-A

  • Ogden 12, St. Albert 10
  • Van Meter 34, Mount Ayr 14
  • Maquoketa Valley 35, Wilton 27
  • North Fayette Valley 28, Nashua-Plainfield 0
  • Iowa City Regina 35, Clayton Ridge 3
  • South O’Brien 27, Ridge View 14
  • South Winneshiek 36, Dike-New Hartford 17
  • Fort Dodge St. Edmond 14, Northwest Webster 6

Class A

  • A-H-S-T 24, Madrid 16
  • Audubon 24, East Mills 0
  • B-G-M 35, Lynnville-Sully 7
  • Bishop Garrigan 54, Hinton 20
  • Gladbrook-Reinbeck 34, Turkey Valley 22
  • Pekin 27, Lisbon 6
  • Wapsie Valley 35, Grundy Center 0
  • West Lyon 50, Lawton-Bronson 7

Eight Player

  • Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton 44, Coon Rapids-Bayard 20
  • Adair-Casey 73, Twin Cedars 38
  • Glidden-Ralston 38, Boyer Valley 14
  • Don Bosco 48, Northwood-Kensett 20
  • Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn 28, West Bend-Mallard 18
  • Newell-Fonda 52, Ruthven-Ayrshire 26
  • Springville 68, Easton Valley 36
  • Wayne 52, H-L-V 40