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Iowa State’s best receiver is done for the year

Quenton Bundrage, Cassius Sendish

As if losing at home to North Dakota State was not enough of a rough way to start the 2014 season for Iowa state, Iowa State was dealt a bad hand again today. Head coach Paul Rhoades announced wide receiver Quenton Bundrage is out for the rest of the season due to a knee injury.

Bundrage went down with an injury on just the fourth play of the game on Saturday. An MRI revealed a tear in his ACL. For many players the rehab work is not completed until a year later, although sometimes players come back earlier. Whatever the case, this is a big loss for Iowa State. Rhodes said freshman Allen Lazard and D’Vario Montgomery will likely see more playing time in the offense in Bundrage’s absence.

Bundrage led the Cyclones in receiving in 2013 with 676 yards and nine touchdowns.

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2 Responses to “Iowa State’s best receiver is done for the year”
  1. patriots2120 says: Sep 1, 2014 6:25 PM

    This team sucks! Bundrage was one if the very few good players they actually have with Wimberly and Bibbs, but can’t find a good QB to get them the ball. Rhoads has never recruited well at QB and that will be the rope that hangs him. I’m a ISU alumnus and I think year six is off to a bad start and a 1-2 win season should be enough to fire Rhoads. I realize he’s a local god being from Ankeny, but his first season was his best record and it’s gotten worse after five full seasons. Can’t expect to put money into the program and the stadium renovations just to produce a couple wins for the loyal 50K that come out each Saturday. A good coach can be brought here for north of 2 million a season, because they are already paying Rhoads 1.6.

    Fire Rhoads!!

  2. bostonfrogs says: Sep 1, 2014 6:36 PM

    Well, there goes the playoffs. But at least they still gets to play their super cool tornado siren, though–that should be more than enough to satisfy most Iowa State fans expectations of a great season.

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