Wimberly juices ISU running game
AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State’s running back-by-committee experiment looks to be over.
The Cyclones have found their man.
Junior Aaron Wimberly established himself as the go-to back with a breakout performance in Iowa State’s 38-21 victory at Tulsa last week. Carrying 19 times for 137 yards — an impressive 7.2-yard average — the transfer from Iowa Western Community College gave the running game some much-needed juice as the Cyclones (1-2) prepare for Thursday night’s visit from Texas (2-2).
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